Summer School in Euro Mediterranean 2015 Programme

imm internaMaratea, 21 Sept. 2015
– Everything is ready to go! The 6th edition of Summer School in Euro Mediterranean Strategies will start in Maratea on Wednesday 23rd Sept.  and will be attended by 21 participants coming from 6 Countries (Morocco, Tunisia, Italy, Greece, China and India).

The Summer School is a iniziative by IASEM, in collaboration with Eni Enrico Mattei Foundation and supported by Regione Basilicata.

The project aims to contribute to the Mediterranean cooperation and integration, thanks to a deep training programme entirely focused on Mediterranean issues, developed for young experts coming from Mediterranean Area or interested on it.

The Summer School project is created within MCH – Mediterranean Common House network, through wich participants have been selected.

The participants will have the occasion to share ideas with International academics and anylists, who will take the floor during the 3 days of lectures and workshops, as detailed in the programme below.



Wednesday 23rd September

6.00-7.00 pm

Opening session and course introduction

7.00 pm

Welcome aperitif


Thursday 24th September

9.00-11.00 am

Gianluca Pastori

 “Italian foreign policy in the Mediterranean from Unification till today”

11.00 am-1.00 pm

Najib Mokhtari

“The Geostrategic role and position of Morocco in the Mediterranean Scenario”


3.00-5.00 pm

Alice Giorgio/Delio Colangelo

 “The movie-tourism in the Mediterranean”


Friday 25th September

9.00-10.00 am

Najib Mokhtari

“The Geostrategic role and position of Morocco in the Mediterranean Scenario”

10.00 am -1.00 pm

Daniela Huber

 “Democratization Processes status in the Mediterranean”


3.00-5.00 pm

Alessia Chiriatti

 “USA role in the Mediterranean”


Saturday 26th September

9.00-11.00 am

Caroline Kanter

 “Germany-Italy cooperation”

11.00 am-1.00 pm

Paolo Garonna

 “Public and private Investments  in the development support”


6.00-8.00 pm

Closing conference

“Europe towards the Mediterranean integration: new perspectives”




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