JOINT COURSES AIMED AT STUDENTS, AND ALSO OPEN TO ITALIAN CIVIL SOCIETY
Mobility, Religions and Inclusion (TURIN – University of Turin, PriMED-OCI University)
The course, which will see alternating professors from different disciplines and universities, together with stakeholders, aims to provide the theoretical and analytical tools to understand processes, dynamics and issues related to international mobility, or migration (structural and emergency).
Specifically, the course aims to promote the learning of knowledge and interpretative skills related to migration dynamics and in particular to the consolidation of Muslim communities. Students/participants will become familiar with some key issues related to mobility processes affecting the Euro-Mediterranean scenario.
These issues will be considered both from an empirical point of view, with reference to researches and case studies, and from a normative point of view, with reference to the debate on the policies of inclusion and cohesion and management of cultural pluralism.
Religious diversity and the city: movements and paths of citizenship (ROME, Roma Tre University & Link Campus University – PriMED-OCI University)
The objective is the analysis of new ways of interaction and meeting of religions in urban spaces, models of participation, social inclusion and access to services.
The results are related to the acquisition of useful tools for theoretical and practical skills related to the knowledge of new paths of citizenship. Courses & Materials
UN Agenda 2030: the Mediterranean religious traditions facing the challenge of sustainability (Como – University of Insubria – PriMED-OCI University)
The course, which will see alternating professors from different disciplines and universities, together with stakeholders, aims to provide the theoretical and analytical tools to understand processes, dynamics and issues related to the implementation of the UN Agenda 2030 in the context of Mediterranean cooperation and the comparison between the Muslim and Christian traditions of the two shores of the Mediterranean.
The course will have as its objective the analysis of the conditions for the construction of differentiated, sustainable and inclusive societies through the examination of three particular perspectives: the legal, the economic and the role of religious traditions. The course will therefore assess, for each of these three main themes, the possible intersections (with their difficulties and their potential) between secular and religious approaches. Courses & Materials
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Intercultural and Religious Mediation and Radicalization Prevention (BARI – University of Bari “Aldo Moro” & LUM Jean Monnet University – PriMED-OCI University)
The objective is to promote intercultural and interreligious integration, also open to leaders of religious communities, while promoting knowledge of tools and measures to prevent and combat radicalization and recruitment by terrorist organizations.
A particular focus will be on deradicalisation programs adopted also in the courts and with the involvement of experts and social partners. Courses & Materials
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