Convegno italo-turco sulla nuova Via della seta

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Vi segnalo questo interessante e importante convegno che si terrà a Istanbul il 19 gennaio, presso l’Istituto italiano di cultura (tutto in inglese, non è prevista traduzione).

THE NEW SILK ROAD. THE BUILDING OF AN ECONOMIC AND CULTURAL NETWORK FROM THE MEDITERRANEAN TO CENTRAL ASIA

10:00 a.m. – Welcome address
Maria Luisa Scolari (Acting Director of the Italian Institute of Culture in Istanbul)
H.E. Gianpaolo Scarante (Ambassador of Italy in Ankara)
Giuseppe Parlato (President of Fondazione Ugo Spirito e Renzo De Felice)

10:45 a.m. – Promoting an Economic Cooperation from the Mediterranean to Central Asia – The Enterprises’s Point of View
Chairman: Francesco Varriale (Counsellor, Head of the Economic and Commercial Department of the Embassy of Italy in Ankara)

Betül Çelikkaleli (Deputy Secretary General of Turkonfed)
Nicola Longo Dente (Head of International and Multinational Banking at Yapı Kredi)
Cengiz Eroldu (Finance Director of Tofaş)
Antonio Franceschini (Head of International and Market Office at CNA)
Zeynep Bodur Okyay (President of the Italian Business Council of Foreign Economic Relations Board – DEİK)
Ferdinando Pastore (Director of Italian Trade Promotion Agency in Turkey)
Giuseppe Reggia (Chairman Eurosis Consulting and Consulting Regional Leader Switzerland and Italy)

03:30 p.m. – Building a University Network
Chairman: Giuseppe Parlato (University of International Studies of Rome – Unint, President of Fondazione Ugo Spirito e Renzo De Felice)
Lelio Iapadre (University of L’Aquila)
İdil Kaya (Dean of Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences at Galatasaray University)
Giampaolo Conte (Roma Tre University)
Ali Fuat Borovalı (Centre for the Study of International Dialogue)

05:00 p.m. – Projects of Cultural Cooperation
Chairman: Marco Zaganella (University of L’Aquila, Director of Fondazione Ugo Spirito e Renzo De Felice)
Andrea De Calisti (Gap-Italy) Sinapsi Project: a Common Database for the Management of Cultural Archives
Guglielmo Duccoli (Itac srl) Historyca Project: the International Archive of Historical Pictures.

Some projects aimed to create the network in the following months will be discussed at the conference: 1) A cycle of workshop “Slow Thinking” (*) to improve the knowledge of geopolitical changes, cultures interactions and human relationships that influence the global market; 2) Business and economic promotion along the countries of the “New Silk Road” (*); 3) The building of SMEs networks; 4) A new way to make business mixing territorial identity and cultural tradition; 5) Erasmus and internships programs both between Universities and between Universities and companies; 6) Realization of common data bases for companies and for cultural institutes of the new silk road.

Istituto italiano di cultura di Istanbul
Casa d’Italia, Meşrutiyet caddesi n° 75
Tepebaşı, Beyoğlu

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2 commenti su “Convegno italo-turco sulla nuova Via della seta

  1. francesco il said:

    Molto interessante ancora Una volta la culture dimostra di sapere unire i popoli Che quando vogliono fanno ripartire il loro volano creando un energia creativa innata i tutti noi uomini di buona volonta. Salutami Elisabetta lemma Che lavora presso istituto di cultura grazie di tutto questo

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