LIFE ONLY HAPPENS ONCE?
"Everyone has three lives: a public life,
a private life, and a secret life."
(Gabriel García Márquez)
THE BEAUTY OF EMBRACING NEW PERSPECTIVES
The two disciplinary areas of the School of Political Science, now reaching its 7th edition, are: the political and constitutional perspective, with particular reference to the development of Italian institutional and economic life, and the historical and internationalist perspective, with particular reference to dynamics in the Mediterranean and Eurasian area.
The School provides a training programme aimed at understanding and analysing the most significant socioeconomic and political variables in Italy, Europe, and the global economy. The School is engaged in research activities and is based on the constitutional and democratic principles of political, ideological, religious, and cultural pluralism. The main objective is to raise awareness, among citizens and especially among young people, of their rights as citizens and active participants in decision-making processes.
The School therefore aims to provide the necessary methodological and cognitive tools to those dealing in and with the political field, the working environment, public administration and various professional associations.
The School of Political Science guarantees a training programme aimed at providing a detailed overview of the historical evolution of political and social events on the national and international scene.
The School cooperates with centres of political and cultural education in both national and international institutions, and, for Higher Education and research activities, with academics and qualified experts from the cultural and political arena and from several production areas of the individual countries.
Alfonso Quaranta, President Emeritus of the Constitutional Court
Ciro Sbailò, Dean of the Faculty of Political Science and Sociopsychological Dynamics, UNINT
Vincenzo Lippolis, Lecturer, UNINT
Political and Institutional area Manager
Giuseppe Pisicchio, Lecturer, UNINT
International History and Politics Manager
Antonella Ercolani, Lecturer, UNINT
Francisco Matte Bon, Rector, UNINT
Maurizio Finicelli, President of the Board of Directors, UNINT
Mariagrazia Russo, Dean of the Faculty of Interpreting and Translation, UNINT
Alessandro De Nisco, Dean of the Faculty of Economics, UNINT
Danilo Breschi, Lecturer, UNINT
Ulderico Parente, Lecturer, UNINT
Classes take place each Thursday at UNINT University from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., starting from 7 February 2019 (deadline for submission of entries), for a total of 48 hours (two parts of 24 hours each).
The first part of the programme, which deals with the political and constitutional sphere (lessons on 70 years of Italian Constitution) is still in progress and will end in May. The second part, dealing with international history and politics, will take place after the summer break. The Presidency will promptly inform those concerned as to the timetable.
All students enrolled at UNINT University may attend the classes. The total number of ECTS that can be recognized may vary depending on the Faculty.
At the end of the course an attendance certificate will be issued under the following conditions:
By previous agreements negotiated by the Scientific Committee, classes may be open to those not enrolled at UNINT University
Seventy years after the implementation of the Italian Constitution, UNINT’s School of Political Science proposes to focus on some aspects of the text of the Constitution and analyse a number of its articles in the light of the changed social environment and the new geopolitical environment of the country, in the context of shared values and in line with the democratic “project” laid down by the Constitution. Talks will be delivered by speakers from the academic environment and cultural and public institutions, and will be focused on the evolution of the Constitution, starting from recent events. All the speakers from the political and institutional sphere are institutional leaders and represent the variety of political cultures in Parliament.
Topics to be discussed: