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The Human Rights Centre and the Regional Archive Peace Human Rights at the "Terra Futura 2012" Exhibition

The Human Rights Centre of the University of Padova and the Regional Archive Peace Human Rights have taken part in the ninth edition of Terra Futura, an exhibition/conference on sustainability good practices, which took place from 25th-27th May 2012 in Florence.

In the framework of the cultural programme of the exhibition two seminars were proposed: the first was dedicated to the presentation of the Italian Yearbook of Human Rights; the second to the programme "Citizenship and Constitution: Learning the EU at School". During the three days, an information point was held on the research, training, information and online documentation activities developed by the Regional Archive and the Human rights Centre.

Programme of the seminars:

Presentation of the Italian Yearbook of Human Rights

Saturday 26 May 2012, 10.30-12.15 - Room no. 26 Palazzina Lorenese

Speakers:

Antonio Papisca, Director of the Italian Yearbook of Human Rights, University of Padova

Paolo De Stefani, Professor of International Protection of Human Rights, University of Padova

Coordinator: Marco Mascia, Director of the Human Rights Centre of the University of Padova

 

Citizenship and Constitution: Learning the EU at School

Saturday 26 May 2012, 13-13.45. - Room Cavaniglia

Speakers:

Antonio Papisca, Director of the Italian Yearbook of Human Rights, University of Padova

Paolo De Stefani, Professor of International Protection of Human Rights, University of Padova

Coordinator: Marco Mascia, Director of the Human Rights Centre of the University of Padova

Terra Futura is an annual exhibition/conference thatgathers the best proposals coming from civil society, institutions and businesses which are committed to the construction of a more equal and sustainable future for all.

The central theme of the 2012 edition was "Labour", since it is one of the context in which the current crisis has produces the most devastating consequences, coming to fully devalue it. On the contrary, it is necessary to give dignity and sense back to labour and rebuilding this way the meaning of "producing": the social and ecological conversion-reconversion of economy.

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