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The Centre aims to contribute to the development and dissemination of gender cultures, understood as cultures of integration, tolerance and fight against all forms of discrimination. It promotes and advances the knowledge of cross-disciplinary issues concerning gender cultures and training in cultural, linguistic, legal, economic and political areas. Furthermore, it proposes itself as a place for discussions about cross-cultural comparison aimed at increasing synergies between academia and civil society.
The Information, Training and Research Centre is the link that unites local authorities, research organisations, trade associations, institutions, and the staff involved in civil protection and emergency management. The Academy’s main aim is to provide useful instruments to contain or, indeed, prevent both natural and man-made catastrophic events, such as seismic and hydrogeological risk, chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear risk, risk of terrorist attacks, meteorological risk, volcanic risk, and fire risk.
The Centre undertakes scientific development-oriented research activities in the following fields: corpus-based sociolinguistics (specialised and sectorial variation), corpus-based acquisitional linguistics (L2 variation), corpus-based discourse and communication analysis, parallel and/or comparable corpus-based translation, translation memories and other databases, and corpus-based terminology and phraseology.
The Centre was created to promote historical, political, cultural, literary and economic research on the phenomena responsible for the origin, development, rooting and fall of the 20th century European totalitarianisms. Aim of the Centre is to overcome the fragmentation of specific studies and develop an interdisciplinary scientific investigation capable of composing a European historical-cultural framework susceptible to a comparative investigation. Through this investigation it will be possible to highlight: the historical development that led from revolution to authoritarianism; the cultural phenomena that prepared, supported and then fought the dictatorial systems; the literature that has, to varying degrees, contributed to creating an epic of the revolution and later of the regime; the art and architecture that have characterized the iconology of the regimes; their economic features and policies; the function and role of trade unionism; the role of press and propaganda; the role of the army.
The Centre was created in response to the national need to launch an active monitoring programme of the diagnostic, rehabilitative and educational needs regarding disabilities. The Centre’s main aim is to carry out training and research development activity in the field of epidemiology, prevention, rehabilitation, and behavioural psychology applied to education.
The Research Centre was initially composed of a working group specialized in North African issues and is linked to the Master's Degree programme in Investigation, Crime and International Security. The programme aims at training analysts and operators in the field of security and intelligence with a set of geopolitical and legal skills. The vision behind the Master’s Degree is a systemic vision of national interests, in the European and Atlantic framework. We are experiencing great transformations concerning the "underground" of Western civilization, where the categories of law and geopolitical analysis meet.
The Centre promotes the research, application and disclosure of mathematical sciences with reference to the historical aspects and fundamentals, in synergy with the scientific and university environment, as well as with attention to industrial research. Particular attention will be paid to frequent refresher courses for school teachers and to innovation in the field of education, focusing on the epistemology and history of science.
The Centre focuses on the study of the structural and management dynamics of Made in Italy, with particular attention to strategies of internationalisation. The Centre is organised into six research areas focused on the perception of Italy and Italian brands on the international markets, on the analysis of the most attractive foreign markets, on the features and trends of the economic and Made in Italy sectors, on tourism, and on legislation safeguarding national products and brands.