CUCS 2019 Trento

CITIZENSHIP AND COMMON GOODS

University and international cooperation for safety, environment and sustainable development

Trento 19-21 September 2019
 
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The 6th conference of CUCS network (University Coordination for Development Cooperation, a network of 30 Italian universities) is organised by the University of Trento together with the Centre for International Cooperation of Trento

The CUCS Conference was conceived by the academic community, with special attention to young people and students, to address all actors of international cooperation. Through this sixth edition, the conference aims to enable valuable networking, peer learning, synthesis of experiences and concepts as well as developing innovation.
The theme of this year's conference is inspired by the continuous evolution and expansion of the concept and practice of development cooperation, starting by focusing on citizenship, in its local and global meaning, and the management of common goods, long-standing issues that the current and future global dynamics continuously pose as critical issues and opportunities for a sustainable development.

Citizenship intended as a network of relationships between local actors, institutional subjects, profit and non-profit organizations and the world of research, a challenge for integration and inclusion, according to the priorities of empowerment and ownership at local level, keys to combine security and sustainability.

Common goods intended as natural and cultural resources, a complex environment to be protected and valued, following a logic of balance of powers that allows to address and overcome disparities and to manage conflicts and inequalities, which are also crucial for sustainability in the struggle against poverty and in the use of resources.

Universities, together with all the actors of development cooperation, intend to strengthen dialogue and discussion in a perspective of co-design and sharing of knowledge in order to promote and implement strategies, policies and actions starting from the three pillars of their mission: research, training, knowledgesharing, contributing to "strengthen the means of implementation and renew the global partnership for sustainable development".

Deadlines

Participants registration

The participation is for free, however the on-line registration is mandatory.


Seats are limited to 300 maximum. If this threshold is reached before the deadline, the registration form will be closed beforehand.

Deadline: 6th September 2019 at noon.

Online registration

Program

Thursday 19 September 2019 - AFTERNOON

h. 13.00 - 14.00 Registrations

h. 14.00 Institutional welcome and presentation

h. 15.00 - 16.30 3 Keynotes (plenary session)

h. 16.30 - 17.00 Coffee break

h. 17.00 - 18.30 Parallel sessions (max 4)

Friday 20 September 2019 - MORNING

h. 09.00 - 10.30 Plenary session / Keynotes

h. 10.30 - 11.00 Coffee break and poster session

h. 11.00 - 12.30 Parallel sessions (max 4)

h. 12.30 - 13.30 Lunch and poster session

Friday 20 September 2019 - AFTERNOON

h. 13.30 - 15.00 Parallel sessions (max 4)

h. 15.00 - 16.30 Coffee break and poster session

h. 16.30 - 18.00 Parallel sessions (max 4)

h. 18.00 - 19.00 Plenary session / closing

Saturday 21 September 2019 - MORNING

h. 09.00 - 10.30 Plenary session 

h. 10.30 - 10.45 Coffee break

h. 10.45 - 12.30 Round table: an Italian agenda for the global development. What are the priorities?

h. 12.30 - 13.00 Closing and final declaration

Download the preliminary program  [PDF | 253 KB]

Call for Abstract

The call for abstract is CLOSED.


List of parallel session

Notice: each session description is downloadable in the pdf 

  1. Il legame profit-non profit: un cambiamento per la cooperazione allo sviluppo? (Pdf | 275KB)
  2. La cooperazione internazionale si apprende? Le ipotesi del formare alla cooperazione internazionale nel terzo millennio (Pdf | 176KB)
  3. Defending academic freedom and freedom of expression. The role of universities and international organisations. (Pdf | 187KB) 
  4. Reclaiming space: building new narratives for international cooperation.  (Pdf | 111KB)
  5. Innovazione per lo sviluppo - essere innovatori globali. (Pdf | 8KB)  
  6. Civic Tech between theory and practice. (Pdf | 177KB) 
  7. Practices for engaging students in international development cooperation activities. (Pdf |  183KB) 
  8. Studenti protagonisti. (Pdf | 258KB) 
  9. Exploring the Water-Ecosystems-Food (WEF) Nexus under the lens of the Commons: from Water as a Common Good to the Right to Food. (Pdf | 184KB) 
  10. Access to Water in the Global South: Actors, Interests, Problems and the Role of International Law. (Pdf |  176KB)
  11. Local participation in the governance of natural resources. (Pdf | 183KB) 
  12. One Health: multi-sectoral and multi-stakeholder approach to promote health and sustainable development at local and global level. (Pdf | 126KB) 
  13. Disability mainstreaming: a successful key to leave no one behind. (Pdf | 195KB) 
  14. Local Food Networks: Policies and Practices of International Cooperation (Pdf | 169KB)  
  15. Food in commons: Civic participation and local food policies  (Pdf | 183KB)  
  16. GCE: education, citizenship and…good governance! (Pdf | 213KB)  
  17. The route of Global Citizenship Education in Italy: a multistakeholder workshop for the advancement of the Italian Strategy for Global Citizenship Education (Pdf | 137 KB) 

Who is who

Local Organising Committee

  • prof. Guido Zolezzi - Department of Civil, Environmental and Mechanical Engineering, University of Trento
  • dr. Marco Bezzi - Department of Civil, Environmental and Mechanical Engineering, University of Trento
  • prof. Marco Ciolli - Department of Civil, Environmental and Mechanical Engineering, University of Trento
  • prof. Corrado Diamantini - Department of Civil, Environmental and Mechanical Engineering, University of Trento
  • dr. Gabriel Echeverria - Centro per la Cooperazione Internazionale
  • dr. Sara Favargiotti - Department of Civil, Environmental and Mechanical Engineering, University of Trento
  • prof. Sara Lorenzini - Department of Humanities, University of Trento
  • dr. Stefano Rossi - Centre for International Cooperation of Trento
  • prof. Daniela Sicurelli - Department of Sociology and Social Research, University of Trento
  • prof. Marco Tubino - Department of Civil, Environmental and Mechanical Engineering, University of Trento
  • dr. Francesca Vanoni - Centre for International Cooperation of Trento
  • dr. Massimo Zortea - Department of Civil, Environmental and Mechanical Engineering, University of Trento
  • dr. Francesca Benci - Department of Civil, Environmental and Mechanical Engineering, University of Trento
  • dr. Luigi Hinegk - Department of Civil, Environmental and Mechanical Engineering, University of Trento
  • dr. Livia Serrao - Department of Civil, Environmental and Mechanical Engineering, University of Trento

Scientific Committee (CUCS)

  • prof. Emanuela Colombo - Politecnico of Milano
  • prof. Gian Battista Parigi - University of Pavia
  • prof. Giovanni Vaggi - University of Pavia
  • prof. Francesco Castelli - University of Brescia
  • prof. Francesca Defilippi - Politecnico of Torino
  • prof. Egidio Dansero - University of Torino
  • prof. Guido Sali - University of Milano
  • prof. Luciano Gutierrez - University of Sassari
  • prof. Ilaria Micheli - University of Trieste 
  • prof. Giorgio Banti - University of Napoli l’Orientale
  • prof. Carlogiovanni Cereti - Sapienza University Rome
  • prof. Umberto Triulzi - Sapienza University Rome
  • prof. Guido d’Urso - University of Napoli Federico II
  • prof. Alessandra Scagliarini - University of Bologna

Info & Contacts

cucs2019@unitn.it
The congress will be held in Trento at Paolo Prodi Building, via Tommaso Gar 14.

Accommodation

Trento has special agreements with local Hotels and B&B to grant keen rates to the Congress' participants. Please find in the enclosed lists 2018 fees. Please notice that the mentioned rates can be granted according to the availability and only with personally contacting the hotel for booking.

Hotel rates offered to the University of Trento

How to reach us

BY CAR

Trento is along the A22, the Italian highway connecting Verona to the Brenner Pass. Two exits allow travellers entering Trento: Trento Nord (North) and Trento Sud (South). Who drives from Munich can either drive along the E45 towards Innsbruck and proceed south towards the Brenner Pass or along the A95 and switch to the E45 in the Innsbruck area.

Distances/duration (conservative)

From north
Innsbruck and Innsbruck airport: 180km – 2 hours
Munich: 330 km – 3hours 40 mins
Munich airport: 350 – 4 hours
Nuremberg: 500km – 5 hours
Frankfurt: 690km – 8 hours
Vienna: 650km – 7 hours

From south
Verona and Verona airport: 100km – 1hour 10 mins
Florence: 320km – 3hour 15 mins
Rome city center: 590 km – 6 hours 45 mins
Rome Fiumicino international airport: 615km – 6 hours

From east
Venice: 215 km – 2hours 15mins
Venice Marco Polo international airport: 220 – 2hours 20mins

From west
Milan city center: 220km – 2hours 45 mins
Milan Linate international airport: 213km – 2hours 15mins
Milan Malpensa international airport: 265km – 3hours
Bergamo Orio al Serio (for Ryanair flyers): 180 km – 2 hours

BY TRAIN

Find your suitable train schedule here: http://www.trenitalia.com/tcom-en
(plus http://www.obb-italia.com/de/index.jsp for trains travelling from Austria; http://www.deutschebahn.com/de/start/ for trains travelling from Germany).

Intercity trains: Munich-Innsbruck-Brener-Bolzano-Trento-Verona-Bologna

High speed trains: Turin-Milan-Verona (at Verona Porta Nuova station to change for Regional or Intercity trans direction Brenner Pass)
High speed trains: Venice-Padova-Verona (at Verona Porta Nuova station to change for Regional or Intercity trans direction Brenner Pass)

Ticket costs
Regional train from Verona to Trento (8 euros) – 1hour 10 mins traveling time
Intercity trains from Verona to Trento (between 10 and 25 euros) 45 minutes traveling time
High-speed rains from Milan or Venice to Verona: between 20 and 35 euros

BY PLANE

From Verona Catullo airport
By public transport – Public bus service (every 15 minutes – 6 euros) to the train station and from there train connection direction north (towards Bolzano or Brenner – about 1hour 10mins – 8 to 20 euros)
By taxi – 150 euros (estimated)

From Innsbruck airport
By public transport – Public bus service (every 20 minutes – 10 euros) to the train station and from there train connection direction south (towards Brenner/Verona/Bologna – about 3hours – 25/35 euros)

From Munich airport
By public transport – Public bus service or train (every 15/20 minutes) to the train station and from there train connection direction south (towards Innsbruck/Brenner/Verona/Bologna – about 4hours 30 mins – 50/70 euros)

From Milan airports
By public/private bus services to Milan Central Station (Malpensa is about 1 hours, Linate is about 40 minutes away). Milan Malpensa is connected to Milan Central Station by regional train (1 hour travelling time).

From Milan-Bergamo Orio al Serio airport
Flixbus connection to Trento (3 hours – 12 euros)
Train or bus connection to Milan central station (1 hour) and then by train to Trento via Verona Central Station.

From Venice Marco Polo airport
Bus or taxi connection to Venice Central station and then by train to Trento via Verona Central Station.