The prospect of entering the EU has invited the countries of the region to adopt laws against discrimination based on sex and gender. However, more efforts are needed in order to achieve structural change
For over 10 years, Turkey has received EU funds supporting reforms and democratisation. In light of the country's authoritarian drift, however, many wonder whether this strategy still makes sense
Protagonisti a tutela dell'ambiente Bergamo 22 September 2017, Movimenti LGBTI nel Mediterraneo Prato 6 May 2017, Informazione in Europa: quale libertà? Pluralismo dei media, accesso alle informazioni, contrasto all'hate speech Rome 27 April 2017, Migrazione in Europa: quali connessioni tra inclusione e sviluppo? Genoa 13 January 2017
Developed in collaboration with CEJI – A Jewish Contribution to an Inclusive Europe, the edu-kit features a case study on the evolution of EU anti-discrimination policies over the last twenty years, highlighting the contribution and the specific role of the European Parliament in this ongoing process. It also offers an introductory guide to sources and resources made available on various other issues from the EP information services
How does the European Parliament work? What role does it have in defining policies to contrast discrimination in the European Union? How can citizens participate in the legislative process and, through the Parliament, influence European and national policies? Four seminars for associations, teachers, schools, and local authorities in several cities
Five seminars for undergraduate students, based on a dedicated educational kit , on the decision-making process of the European Parliament and its actual impact on the lives of EU citizens. Partner universities: Bergamo , Milan Bicocca , Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies of Pisa , Trento , and Verona .
Writing, editing, and translation of 25 Wikipedia entries on the European Parliament