(In English)

A Euro-Med Vision for Youth, Culture, and Employability: Scaena Mediterranea, an Inter-Institutional Seminar on Nov.12, 2020 (13:00-15:00 GMT +1).

Streamed on Mediterranean Perspectives Facebook Page on November 12, 2020 (13:00 - 15:00, GMT +1) is planned an Inter-Institutional Seminar held at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MAECI).

Mediterranean Perspectives (Prospettive Mediterranee) has planned for November 12, 2020, at the Ministry of the Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MAECI) an inter-institutional seminar “A Euro-Med Vision for Youth, Culture, and Employability – Scaena Mediterranea”, under the patronage of the Italian Network for the Euro-Mediterranean Dialogue RIDE-APS (Anna Lindh Foundation’s Head of Network in Italy) in cooperation with Università della Svizzera Italiana and The Vittorio Dan Segre Foundation, with the generous support of The United Nations’ Alliance of Civilizations (UNAoC).

The planned seminar follows a number of previous meetings, including the event held on August 1, 2020, at the Volterra Theatre titled “Scaena Mediterranea - Ancient Theaters for our Mediterranean future”, to enhance the Greek-Roman historical and archaeological heritage, a crucial resource for Euro-Mediterranean dialogue. In light of the consequences of the pandemic on employability at all ages, but especially on the younger generation, “Scaena Mediterranea” supports the development of cultural enterprises with stable employment results in the various territories concerned, based on knowledge of the archaeological sites of theaters and Greek or Roman amphitheaters, as well as on the awareness by local communities of the material and immaterial value they represent for their territory, and on the entrepreneurial capacity of the local communities.

Seminar Agenda

Seminar Concept Note

Mediterranean Perspectives Facebook page

Link to the Event Page on Facebook

Institutional Greetings

Miguel Angel Moratinos, High Representative, UNAoC (video-message)

Nabil Al-Sharif, Executive Director, ALF (video-message)

Giuseppe Giliberti, President, RIDE-APS (online)

Round Table: Euro-Med Culture, Education and Employability

Saverio Mecca, Head, Architecture Department, Firenze University (online)

Giuseppe Provenzano, Advisor for Research and Innovation, UfM (online)

Cristiana Gaita, Deputy Director, ALF (in person)

Antonio Parenti, Head of Representation, European Commission in Italy (video-message)

Paola Sarcina, Artistic Director, Cerealia Festival (in person)

Special Panel: D.V.Segre, Mediterranean Cooperation and Collective Identities

Colette Avital, Former Knesset Member, Jerusalem (online)

Federica Frediani, Educational Programme Manager, MEM, Freethinking Platform, USI (online)

Gabriele Segre, Director, Segre Foundation (online)

Enrico Granara, Euro-Med Coordinator, MAECI (in person)

Panel: Q&A

The Seminar’s chairman will be collecting questions for the speakers from the Facebook streaming’s comment section. The link to the Facebook page is the following: https://www.facebook.com/prospettive.mediterranee

Conclusions

Stefania Giannini, Assistant Director General, UNESCO (online)

Chairman

Enrico Molinaro, President, Mediterranean Perspectives, Secretary General, RIDE-APS (in person)