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Dialogo interculturale e diritti umani: Città inclusive in una Europa inclusiva

Università di Padova, 24 e 25 marzo 2006

The Conference is organised in the framework of the Transnational Research Project on “The role of intercultural dialogue for the development of a new (plural, democratic) citizenship”, promoted by a network of Jean Monnet Chairs, National ECSA Associations and Jean Monnet Centres of Excellence.
The Project is co-financed by the European Commission, the DG Education and Culture, Unit A2: Higher Education: Socrates-Erasmus, Jean Monnet Action, and by the Region of Veneto.

Friday 24 March
Archivio Antico, Palazzo del Bo

W.A. Mozart 250th anniversary of the birth
JUVARRA QUARTET

Welcome addresses
Luigi Filippo Donà Dalle Rose
, Rector Delegate for European Union Programmes
Paolo Padoin
, Prefect of Padua
Youri Devuys
, European Commission, Brussels

Introduction
Antonio Papisca
, Project Coordinator

Keynote speech
Klaus Starl
, University of Graz, Executive Director of the European
Training and Research Centre for Human Rights and Democracy

Panels presentation
European Institut in Łodz and University of Łodz Research Team

“Intercultural Dialogue and Democracy”

Coordinator:
Maria Karasinska-fendler,

University of Malta Research Team
“Intercultural Dialogue and EU-Med Partnership”

Coordinator:
Peter G. Xuereb

Debate
Saturday 25 March
Faculty of Political Science

Panels presentation
ECSA Greece - Panteion University, Athens Research Team

“Governing a Multicultural Europe: A New Republican Approach”

Coordinator:
Constantine Stephanou

University of Padua Research Team
“Intercultural Dialogue and human rights, civil society and world order issues”

Coordinator:
Marco Mascia

Debate

Conclusions

Research Teams
University of Padua

“Intercultural Dialogue and human rights, civil society and world order issues”

Antonio Papisca
(University of Padua), Marco Mascia (University of Padua), Peter Balazs (University of Budapest), Paola Degani (University of Padua), Giampiero Griffo (Disabled Peoples’ International), Kumiko Haba (Hosei University, Tokyo, ECSA-Japan), Renata Lupone (University of Florence), Bruno Paccagnella (University of Padua), Stelios Perrakis (Panteion University, Athens), Rosa Maria Pinon (University of Mexico, ECSA-Mexico), Enzo Pace (University of Padua), Alessandro Preti (Director, NGO “Un Ponte per”, Italy), Gianfranco Tusset (University of Padua), Stefano Valenti (Council of Europe).

European Institut in Łodz and University of Łodz
“Intercultural Dialogue and Democracy”

Maria Karasinska-Fendler
(European Institute in Łodz, University of Łodz), Enrique Banus (University of Navarra), Leonce Bekemans (Poland University in Czestochowa), Anna Jedrzejewska (European Institute in Łodz), Stanislas Konopacki (University of Łodz), Kazimerz Sobotka (European Institute in Łodz, University of Łodz), Johannes Thomas (University of Paderborn).

ECSA Greece - Panteion University, Athens
“Governing a Multicultural Europe: A New Republican Approach”

Constantine Stephanou
(Panteion University, Athens, ECSA-Greece), Dario Castiglione (University of Exeter), Dimitris Chryssochoou (University of Exeter), Francesca Longo (University of Catania), Krassimir Nikolov (Bulgarian European Community Studies Association), Iro Stephanou (Panteion University, Athens), Michael Tzinissizelis.

University of Malta
“Intercultural Dialogue and EU-Med Partnership”

Peter G. Xuereb
(University of Malta), Neila Akrimi (Université de Tunis), Imed Frikha (University of Sfax), Deniz Ilgaz (Bogazici University), Erwan Lannon (University of Ghent), Fatiha Sahli (University of Cady Ayyad, Morocco).