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Policy Workshop on
"A spectre is haunting Europe: Proposals for new policy strategies to address diversity"
7th December 2010
European Parliament, Brussels



The SUS.DIV Network of Excellence brings together over 35 research institutions from all around Europe and beyond to carry out research and to exchange views on diversity and sustainability. SUS.DIV has organised a Policy Workshop to discuss with policy-makers and stakeholders the policy-relevant insights of our research. The Workshop was hosted by MEP Roberto Gualtieri.

The agenda

12.00-12.30     Registration
12.30-14.00     Lunch
14.00-14.15     Introduction - MEP Roberto Gualtieri
14.15-14.45     SUS.DIV views - Maddy Janssens and Dino Pinelli
14.45-15.15     Coffee-break
15.15-15.30     European Commission, DG RTD.L - Science, economy and society
15.30-15.45     Michaël Privot, European Network Against Racism, Director
15.45-16.00     Marco Filippeschi, Municipality of Pisa, Mayor
16.00-16.15     Anita Bhatnagar Jair, Dept. of Higher Education, Ministry of Human Resource Development, India
16.15-17.30     Public debate
17.30-19.00     Cocktail


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agenda
Download our policy proposals for sustainable diversity

Participation and registration

Participation is fee. To register in the Policy Worksop, please send an email to Elena Bellini by the 12th November 2010 indicating:
  • First name and family name
  • Affiliation
  • Date of birth (dd/mm/yy)
  • Place of residence
  • Passport number
Presentations

  • "A spectre is haunting Europe: Proposals to address diversity", Dino Pinelli, SUS.DIV. more
  • "Perspectives from ENAR, the European Network Against Racism", Michael Privot and Georgina Siklossy, The European Network Against Racism (ENAR), Belgium. more
  • "A local perspective: the experience of the city of Pisa", Marco Filippeschi, Municipality of Pisa, Mayor, Italy. more
  • "Lingustic diversity management: the Indian experience", Anita Bhatnagar Jain, Joint Secretary, Ministry of HRD, Government of India. more

 


 

 

 
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