Ireland

Acting Up!

National Network
Ireland
Address

42 Halldene Drive Bishopstown Cork
Cork
Ireland

Telephone
0020101226554
E-Mail
cliodhnanoonan@gmail.com
Mobile Phone
0020101226554
Organisation Type
Private Company
Year of Establishment
2008
Fields of Activity
  1. Arts
General Information
Since approaching the Arts Council in September 2008 with the Rainbow’s Gold project, Acting Up! has been actively fostering a network of organisations that can be relied upon to develop a tentative but informed and supportive role in sustaining a long-term plan for early years arts development in Ireland. Acting Up's Director has recently established a similar network of partner organisations in Cairo, Egypt.
Mission and Objectives

Acting Up! is an early years arts consultancy which was set up in 2008 by Cliodhna Noonan. The main objective of the company at present is to liaise with partners within the professional arts and the childcare sectors with a view to establishing a recognised strategy for performing arts for very young children, (0-3) and (3-6) years.

Main Projects / Activities

Rainbow's Gold performance event and documentation 2008/ From Babble to Speech Performance Event and Documentation 2009/ Looking At The Sky performance and training event 2009/ Story About The Cloud Performance and training event 2010 / Silver Tree performance and crafts event 2010.

Contact (1) Full Name
Cliodhna Noonan
Head of the organisation
Cliodhna Noonan, Director

All Togerher Multicultural centre CLG

National Network
Ireland
Address

Unit8,60 Applewood Main
Swords
Co. Dublin K67P7N1
Ireland

Telephone
+353879792770
E-Mail
alltogether.center@gmail.com
E-Mail (2)
info@alltogether.ie
Organisation Type
Non-Governmental Organization
Year of Establishment
2017
Fields of Activity
  1. Others
General Information

ALL TOGETHER MULTICULTURAL CENTRE has been functioning as a private school for 5 years and in 2017 was transformed into a non-profit organization. This organization was founded at the initiative of a group of migrants to enhance their integration into Irish society.
Currently our center comprises 127 students aged 2-17 years, youth and young adults as well. The Programs have been developed to preserve the participants’ language and culture. This allows our students to more easily adapt to the immigration circumstances and better assimilate into the society.

Mission and Objectives

Our goal is to bring innovations to the development of multilingualism and intercultural dialogue in the multinational European society. We ultimate goal of make activity for/ with people through a support learning different languages to bring innovation, to enhancing multilingualism and intercultural dialogue for/as example.

Main Projects / Activities

Erasmus+ Youth in Action YE Draw to change reality
2018-1-IE01-KA105-038714
Erasmus+ Youth in Action TC Weed Out Hate
2018-3-IE01-KA105-051206
Erasmus+ Youth in Action Dance all Together
2019-1-IE01-KA 105-51333
Erasmus+ Youth in Action The “Rural” Skys The Limit for Youth Work
2019-1-IE01-KA105-051374

How can you contribute to the Network in your country?

We as organization would like to support social dialogue in Ireland as well as in EU and Mediterranean area.

Why do you want to join the ALF Network?

To develop opportunities with new partners

Contact (1) Full Name
Olga Bogdanovica
Job Title
Chairman
Head of the organisation
Olga Bogdanovica
Education
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Ann Luttrell

Responsible for education and outreach events at Triskel Arts Centre, Cork, Ireland, and programmer for the Cork World Book Festival held in April each year since 2005. Ann Luttrell's prior experience includes working in the nonprofit sector in the US...

Arabic Culture Events

National Network
Ireland
Address

43 Gledswood Park
Clonskeagh
Dublin 14

Dublin
Ireland

Telephone
01 2157884
E-Mail
rafikarajab@gmail.com
E-Mail (2)
rafika@arabesqueevents.com
Mobile Phone
087 9030816
Organisation Type
Individual Person
Year of Establishment
2012
Fields of Activity
  1. Arts
General Information
I'm the organiser of the Arabic Culture Meetup in Dublin and have one assistant. In the past I had been involved in many charities in Yemen and intercultural events for example: "Home Away From Home", an informative organisation for foreign women/men married to Yemenis and living in Yemen through social activities. In Ireland I volunteered in several festivals and fundraising my own projects and also got donations, the rest is my own funds and efforts. Two recent projects are "Art from the Land of Queen Sheba" for which I set up a group called "The Yemen Connection", friends of my parents who worked for Concern in Yemen. Another event was "Arabesque Night", Presenting 2 Arabic bands, belly dancers and world music DJ. Both were a great success last September 2012 at the Ranelagh Arts Festival.
Mission and Objectives

A self sustaining organisation for Arab, non-Arab, Irish and international people of all ages to promote Arabic culture and diversity in Irish society.
My objective is to create a hub that offers a place for intercultural exchange between the Irish, Arab and the international community as a whole.

Main Projects / Activities

Main activities are in the arts and culture, to give information and reinforce good relations through social events. For example: art exhibitions, dinners, talks and tours at The Chester Beatty Library, lectures in Trinity College, Arabic music events, social Arabic language meetups for those who are learning or need to practice. I show Middle-eastern, Arabic and Asian films.
Through the Arabic Culture Meetup 52 events have been scheduled so far since September 2012 when I became the organiser. Today there are 108 members of mixed nationality including Egyptian, Iraqi, Syrian, Moroccan, Jordanian, Palestinian, Yemeni, Iranian, Turkish, French, British, Spanish, Hungarian and of course a lot are Irish. I have made sure to have at least one meetup a week, and sometimes there could be 3 hence I invited 2 members to assist. I hope to eventually have an Arabic cultural hub in Dublin, a place where people can meet or get information.

How can you contribute to the Network in your country?

I have many dependable contacts in Yemen, and some in Egypt whom I would be able to ask for help and whom are in positions to open more networks and get information from. Last September, the Froebel College of Education opened opportunity for the artists from Yemen to an exchange of dialogue with the students on diversity and the woman's place in Yemeni society. There were a couple of art workshops and a food forum introducing some Yemeni dishes and discussion about traditions. The outcome was incredible, the students, teachers and college were very impressed and praised the artists and The Yemen Connection. I endevour to continue with such projects which will enlighten everyone on each others' cultures and bring about good relations between the East and West.

Why do you want to join the ALF Network?

I am excited to have learned about the ALF projects and initiatives encouraging dialogue and integration in Europe and the Mediterranean and believe it is the network I've been looking for to help me develop my ideas into reality by way of contacts and some funding when necessary.
All my projects focused on show casing Arabian arts and culture to the Irish and international audiences living in Ireland in the hope that people will change their perception of the Arabs.
Although I have had some assistance, it has been difficult trying to create and organise such events by my self and I hope by joining the ALF I'll be able to continue achieving goals.

Contact (1) Full Name
Rafika Rajab
Head of the organisation
Rafika Rajab

Askeaton Contemporary Arts

National Network
Ireland
Address

Gurt,
Askeaton,

Co. Limerick
Ireland

Telephone
00353872977179
E-Mail
askeatonarts@yahoo.ie
Organisation Type
Public/Private Non-Profit Foundation
Year of Establishment
2006
Fields of Activity
  1. Arts
General Information
Askeaton Contemporary Arts is organised by a director/curator, assisted by a curatorial assistant. In Askeaton the project is supported by a local advisory board, Askeaton Civic Trust, Askeaton Community Council and many local businesses and individuals. Nationally, funding has been obtained from the Arts Council, Create, Limerick County Council and Shannon Development. Other recent partners have included Independent Curators International, New York. Programme funding in 2012 amounted to 42,000 euro. In 2012 our programme consists of five artist commissions culminating in a resulting exhibition and catalogue, one long term artist residency, and our seventh annual summer residency programme with five Irish and international artists, accompanied by a public open day and various events.
Mission and Objectives

Founded in 2006, Askeaton Contemporary Arts aims to promote and provide contemporary visual art to the locale of Askeaton, County Limerick. By developing community involvement and understanding of how art might be produced and experienced in this locality, ACA aims to open up new possibilities of how contemporary art might operate as a socially-engaged and critically-led entity in the region, while concurrently supporting the production of new artists’ projects. Askeaton Contemporary Arts has introduced the work of artists from Argentina, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Holland, Mexico, Sweden, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States, Northern Ireland and Ireland to Askeaton. Over forty Irish and international artists have worked in the town in the last seven years.

Main Projects / Activities

Residencies, commissions and exhibition projects are frequently organised, often taking the everyday life of Askeaton as a subject. Local interaction with the artists and artworks are not only as audience, often they are actively implicated into the development of the artwork itself through their assistance or participation. Furthermore, with no ‘white-cube’ spaces in Askeaton, artists work in various venues throughout the town, and are incorporated into the everyday life of the locale. As a signifier of the quality of this initiative, subsequent projects have been exhibited throughout Ireland and Europe, including the 2011 Istanbul Biennial. For a full archive of projects produced please consult www.askeatonarts.com

How can you contribute to the Network in your country?

Askeaton Contemporary Arts' ethos and programming presents something not overtly represented in the Irish network: a developed understanding of regional programming, community-based social dialogue through interaction with international contemporary art. We aim to facilitate intercultural understanding with people living outside the mainstream urban center through this form of dialogue.This is built on the belief that art can offer alternative viewpoints and genuine social change to its locale, and ACA has endeavoured to work with these goals. This form of engagement with contemporary art focuses on working within the existing dynamics of a small town, intending to bring forward the diverse layers of daily life and create a rich framework for subjective encounters. The investigations led by artists here ultimately leads to a de-mystication of the artistic process, and allows for a frank exchange of values between the regional and international, and between local and universal values. We believe these are aspects that can enrich the Irish Network.

Why do you want to join the ALF Network?

Askeaton Contemporary Arts are interested in how art might be produced and experienced in this locality, how art might operate outside a city environment. Artists from throughout the world have worked here, with a variety of projects facilitated and produced in direct relationship to the community of the town. We treat this as a platform for developing the role of contemporary art as a socially-engaged and critically-led medium. We believe that joining the ALF network will allow our organisation to develop further and crucial understanding of contemporary and progressive idioms of cultural diversity.

Contact (1) Full Name
Michele Horrigan
Head of the organisation
Michele Horrigan
Contact (2) Full Name
Amanda Ralph

Catholic Youth Care

National Network
Ireland
Address

C/O Ronanstown Youth Service, Neilstown Rd, Clondalkin, Dublin 22
Dublin
Ireland

Telephone
00353 1 4570363
Fax
00353 1 4578505
E-Mail
tammytallon@gmail.com
E-Mail (2)
ttallon@rys.ie
Organisation Type
Non-Governmental Organization
Year of Establishment
1983
Fields of Activity
  1. Youth and education
General Information
Catholic Youth Care is the Dublin Diocesan Youth Service. CYC provides services to youth groups and youth people in the Dublin Diocese which includes all of Dublin City and County, County Wicklow, parts of Kildare. Catholic Youth Care manages 10 local youth services (in association with the local Vocational Education Committee) in Dublin city and County, Co Wicklow and Co Kildare. With over 100 staff employed throughout the regions, and thousands of young people engaged on a weekly basis. Staffs are employed through several Government Departments and funding streams. Catholic youth care promote the development of programmes that meet the needs of young people through personal, social, educational, political, social and development programmes. These programmes are designed to meet the needs of young people but also used to challenge and address issues for young people and their families. Young People are given the opportunity to become active citizens in their daily lives and society.
Mission and Objectives

Catholic Youth Care is the Dublin Diocesan Youth Service, working with young people and youth groups throughout the Dublin Diocese ( Dublin City and County, parts of Kildare, all of Co Wicklow). Our mission is to promote a youth work response that is caring, compassionate and Christian and enables young people to participate more fully in the life of society and church
Staff plan programme designed for the purpose of aiding and enhancing the personal and social development of young people through their voluntary involvement, each youth service works to address needs of the young people, and act a voice to address issues and challenge injustices.
Catholic Youth Care promote active citizenships and participation of young people in programmes that explore global justice issues and development education. These programmes encourage and facilitate young people to represent the youth service in their local community and at national level. Programmes highlight that young people can make a difference in their lives and the life of others are our programme promote this. These programmes include youth exchanges, links with organisations in the Global South, Cultural Awareness and involvement in Development Education Programmes.

Main Projects / Activities

Youth Work primarily follows the definition of Youth Work in that it centre’s around the voluntary participation of young people. Programmes are planned and developed to enhance young people’s personal and social development.
These programmes focus mainly on two models of Youth Work Practice these include Personal Development and Critical Social Education.
The majority of programmes, uses both these programmes in tangent, and is age appropriate. The youth service highlights the need for long term programmes that give the staff time to build on relationships and time to have meaningful impact on young people.
The following are the main methods and focus of programmes:
• Recreation, sport and indoor/outdoor pursuits
• Arts and culture,
• Citizenship, social action, youth participation, rights and equality issues, the environment, development education and politics
• Welfare and well-being including health promotion, relationships and sexuality, stress management, first aid, drugs, alcohol and smoking
• Life skills, such as leadership, teamwork, planning and decision making, communication, problem solving, initiative and responsibility
• Critical Analysis and creative and reflective thinking
• Intercultural and international awareness activities and exchanges
• Information technology

How can you contribute to the Network in your country?

As a member of the NYCI Development Education Committee - I hope that we would be able to participate in the Irish and European network and from there form relationships and contacts.

Why do you want to join the ALF Network?

As a member of the foundation Catholic Youth Care would be able to promte practice, engage with other projects and be more aware of new programmes and practice that would have an impact on its personal, social, educational and development models of working with young people. Being a part of the network would encourage staff and young people to take part in share learning in relation to global justice issues and also make us aware of opportunities.

Contact (1) Full Name
Tammy Tallon
Head of the organisation
Eddie D'Arcy

Centre for Creative Arts and Media, Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology

National Network
Ireland
Address

Cluain Mhuire Campus
Monivea Road
Galway
Ireland

Telephone
0035391753 161
Telephone (other)
0035391745404
E-Mail
patrick.tobin@gmit.ie
E-Mail (2)
sarah.searson@gmit.ie
Mobile Phone
00353868699973
Organisation Type
Public Institution
Year of Establishment
1974
Fields of Activity
  1. Arts
  2. Democracy and community development
  3. Environment/Sustainable development
  4. Heritage
  5. International/Cultural relations
  6. Media
  7. Research
  8. Youth and education
General Information
The Centre for Creative Arts and Media (CCAM) is part of the Galway Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) which has 5 campuses in the West of Ireland. Funding comes from the Irish Higher Education Authority as well as research funding through postgraduate and individual research funding. CCAM is a specialist campus located in the heart of Galway City offering undergraduate studies in film & documentary, art & design, fine art, and textiles in a vibrant and lively community of learning and exchange. CCAM maintains partnerships with institutions – NUIG, LIT, and cultural organisations - TULCA; 126 Artspace, and has just initiated an international residency programme on Campus. Over 40 members of staff are employed at CCAM. Learners, lecturers and graduates have won accolades and awards for their achievements and are leaders throughout the film, television and arts world. Staff are also research active within the GMIT Tourism and Arts Research Centre (TARC).
Mission and Objectives

The Mission and Objective of GMIT is to develop life-long learning opportunities through teaching and research by supporting regional development consistent with national higher education policy.
Within the Centre for Creative Arts and Media and TARC, lecturer and artist Deirdre O'Mahony's research is centred on the relationship between communities and public art practices. Her recent work has focused on the following: how artists and artist-initiated organisations promote and enable active citizenship, inclusion and sustainability especially in relation to changing rural/urban landscapes and environments.
Other members of staff are active in this field and to further this research and build on O'Mahony's experience of the ALF network event in Taroudant Morocco CCAM would like to join the ALF. This will enable staff and students at GMIT to benifit from the ALF networks and forge new relationships with partners in Europe and North Africa allowing the development of new artistic projects, research and networks.

Main Projects / Activities

Research into the role of contemporary art in rural places including
o The hosting of conferences, Shifting Ground (2006); The Burren Sproing Conference (2013); Publications: Verge (2010)
o Active research into the representation and mediation of changing perceptions of ‘community’ in rural places.
o Projects around rethinking tacit, place-based knowledge in relation to sustainability, food security and global climate change.
o The development of participative methodologies for negotiating the regulation of post-productivist landscapes
o The development of inter-national connections between local rural communities negotiating the cultural and societal effect of globalisation- partnership projects with regional organisations BurrenBeo; Burren Connect; Burren Geopark; Change X Grizedale Arts; Scottish Sculpture Workshop.
o GMIT’s Centre for Creative Arts and Media (CCAM) is now running a residency programme designed to support the work of arts practitioners who are interested in developing practice and research in Galway City and the West of Ireland during the summer months of 2014. The programme aims to provide opportunities for artists to research and develop their practice in the privacy of their own studio and with access to GMIT’s Library facilities. The residency will be of most benefit to artists seeking a space and quiet time to focus on their artistic development. The residency aims to support both emerging and established artists. A longer term aim of this programme is to establish links with international artists, students and lecturers, and third level art institutions to actively encourage contemporary artistic practice within the City of Galway which is preparing for its application for Europe City of Culture 2020, and has applied for Unseco status as City of Film. http://www.galwayfilmcentre.ie/events/galway-unesco-city-of-film/

How can you contribute to the Network in your country?

CCAM’s development as a cultural, educational and media based centre is uniquely suited to meeting the aims of the ALF. More specifically, both CCAM and the Tourism and Art Research Centre bring skills and deep knowledge of the development of strategies that can foster mutual respect across cultural difference in rural contexts that is relevant to ALF mandate. Furthermore the centre can offer an institutional base from which to facilitate meetings and events for the ALF Irish Network. Through her EVA nomination, Deirdre O’Mahony began the process of establishing links with Irish ALF members. CCAM would now like to develop this further by formally joining the network opening the possibility of contributing to a broader discourse on the development of cultural policies and strategies within Ireland and the Euro-Mediterranean Region that can make recommendations to decision-makers and policy makers.
A city on the edge of the Atlantic, Galway pointed to the role of cultural development as a driver of economic development. Within CCAM and the Tourism and Art Research Centre, staff and students are also examining how cultural representations of place, space and landscape might move away from hegemonic and singular ideas of national identity towards more understandings of the complexity of publics that now live and work in the West,
 

Why do you want to join the ALF Network?

GMIT and CCAM would like to join the Anna Lindh Network to build and develop networks with artists, academics and educational institutions in Europe and North Africa.

Contact (1) Full Name
Deirdre O'Mahony
Job Title
Lecturer
Head of the organisation
Sarah Searson
Contact (2) Full Name
Sarah Searson
Job Title (2)
Head of Campus

Centre for Cross Border Studies

National Network
Ireland
Address

39 Abbey Street Armagh BT61 7EB
Armagh
Ireland

Telephone
+44 (0)28 3751 1550
Telephone (other)
+44 (0)28 3751 8282
Fax
+44 (0)28 3751 1721
E-Mail
r.taillon@qub.ac.uk
E-Mail (2)
a.pollak@qub.ac.uk
E-Mail (3)
p.mcallister@qub.ac.uk
E-Mail (4)
m.hughes@qub.ac.uk
Mobile Phone
+44 (0)7715042122
Mobile Phone (other)
+44 (0)7815522824
Organisation Type
Non-Governmental Organization
Year of Establishment
1999
Fields of Activity
  1. Environment/Sustainable development
  2. International/Cultural relations
  3. Research
  4. Youth and education
General Information
The Centre for Cross Border Studies employs 7 staff.   Director Deputy Director (Research) Deputy Director (Finance) IT Manager Director’s p.a. and Events Manager INICCO Project Administrator Information Officer £1,000,000 Major Sources 1. INTERREG IVA Programme 2. The Department of Education and Skills, Dublin Modalities of Action: INICCO 1. CrosPlan – All-Ireland spatial planning. Conferences, Training Sessions 2. Border People  - Crossborder information website 3. Impact Assessment Toolkit – Toolkit, Training, Conferences 4. Border Regional Economy – Conferences, seminars 5. Hospitals study – research The Standing Conference on Teacher Education North and South – SCoTENS,  Student Teacher Exchanges , North/South research projects,  Conferences, Reports. Universities Ireland – Cross Border Post-Graduate Scholarships, PhD History Scholarships, Scholars @ Risk, Conferences, Seminars. Transfrontelier Euro Institut Network – TEIN, Vocational Training, Research, resource and support services throughout Europe Main partners: International Centre for Local and Regional Development TEIN Queen’s University Belfast Dublin City University Workers Educational Association
Mission and Objectives

The Centre for Cross Border Studies, based in Armagh and Dublin, researches and develops cooperation across the Irish border in a wide range of practical areas, notably education, health, the economy, ICT and citizens’ information, and works with similar cross-border regional research bodies in other parts of Europe.
The Centre works to be a catalyst for empowering citizens for cross-border cooperation, drawing on 13 years of experience of bringing together the relevant actors across sectors and jurisdictional boundaries both on the island of Ireland and increasingly, elsewhere in Europe.
In Ireland, a major focus of our work is to support the North South Ministerial Council and North/South implementation Bodies, government departments and local authorities, higher education institutions, business and the community and voluntary sector in their engagement with practical cross-border cooperation.

Main Projects / Activities

To contribute to the increased social, economic and territorial cohesion of the island of Ireland through:
Promoting and improving the quality of cross-border cooperation between public bodies, and between public bodies, business and civil society
Improving the capacity of people involved in social and economic development on the island to engage in mutually beneficial cross-border cooperation
Addressing information gaps and other barriers that constrain cross-border mobility and cooperation through research, training and the provision of resources, tools and other practical support.
The Centre for Cross Border Studies manages and provides administrative support for all-island networks bringing together spatial planners, teacher educators and university leaders through
• The International Centre for Local and Regional Development;
• The Standing Conference on Teacher Education North and south (SCoTENS)
• Universities Ireland.

How can you contribute to the Network in your country?

A diverse and high-quality research portfolio is at the core of the Centre’s activities, providing a strong foundation for the Centre’s support to cross-border and transnational cooperation. 
The Centre also offers a unique package of practical services to support cross-border cooperation and mobility in Ireland and Europe such as advocacy, evaluation, training, mentoring, facilitation and animation. CCBS will bring our many years’ experience of supporting cross-border cooperation on the island of Ireland – a small island emerging from decades of civil conflict. More recently, as noted elsewhere, we have been sharing our experience and expertise with and learning from other border regions of Europe through the Transfrontier Euro Institut Network (TEIN). TEIN is a network of 13 partners from nine diverse European border regions who share the objective of strengthening European integration through building capacity for cross-border cooperation among public sector, business and civil society actors. TEIN partners – together and separately – support transfrontier cooperation through training, mentoring, research and other activities. With our TEIN partners, the Centre is involved in a programme of work to develop a package of tools, training and other resources that can be used to support cross-border cooperation in different European regions.

Why do you want to join the ALF Network?

The Centre for Cross Border Studies works to be a catalyst for "empowering citizens for cross-border cooperation“, drawing on 13 years of experience of bringing together the  relevant actors across sectors and jurisdictional boundaries both on the island of Ireland and, increasingly, elsewhere in Europe.  CCBS shares the ALF values and priorities and as an organisation share also many of the same fields of activities.  For instance, CCBS acts as the secretariat for SCoTENS, an all-island network of teacher educators.  We are committed to capacity building for individuals and organisations within civil society and the public sector to engage in mutually beneficial Cross-Border Cooperation. With our partners in the Transfrontier Euro Institut Network (www.transfrontier.eu)we are engaged in building capacity to facilitate cooperation in cross-border and tranfrontier contexts across Europe. CCBS also manages and provides administrative support for all-island networks bringing together spatial planners and university leaders. The Centre is committed to promoting and improving the quality of Cross-Border Cooperation between public bodies, and between public bodies, business and civil society.  Through our research programme and information services we are proactively addressing information gaps and other barriers that constrain cross-border mobility and cross-border cooperation through research and provision of resources, tools and other practical support. Therefore we expect that being involved with ALF networks will be of considerable benefit to our Centre and its work.

Contact (1) Full Name
Ruth Taillon
Head of the organisation
Andy Pollak
Contact (2) Full Name
Andy Pollak

Centre for International Studies, Dublin City University

National Network
Ireland
Address

Dublin City University
Dublin 9
Ireland

Telephone
+353 1 700 64 72
Fax
+353 1 700 73 74
E-Mail
paola.rivetti@dcu.ie
Organisation Type
Public Institution
Fields of Activity
  1. Youth and education
General Information
The Centre is headed jointly by Dr. Kirby and Dr. Doyle and has a staff of 21 people including full-time researchers, visiting professors, fellows and post-doc fellows. The budget is considerable as the Centre receives large sums of money to carry out research projects in conjunction with Irish Aid. The Centre is very active, its members publish in a wide range of areas, are involved in seminars, research projects in partnership with NGOs and other universities.
Mission and Objectives

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Main Projects / Activities

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Contact (1) Full Name
Dr. Paola Rivetti