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:: Event :: On Thursday, February 23, the first edition of the CLOE Seminar Series will take place. The event will be hosted at the Aula Meridiana, Via Balbi 5, and will have two speakers: Valeria Ottonelli (UniGe), who will present her latest book The Right Not to Stay (Oxford University Press), and Federico Anghelé (The Good Lobby), who will talk about The Good Lobby’s recent work to promote participatory public policy.

The Seminar is hybrid, you can join online using the QR code in the poster below.

We are pleased to announce that two members of the Tarello Institute (Pablo Rivas-Robledo and Raquel Sarria Acosta) have organised this seminar.

For more information, please contact:

  • Pablo Rivas-Robledo: pablo.rivas-robledo@edu.unige.it
  • Raquel Sarria Acosta: raquel.sarria.acosta@edu.uni.it

CLOE – Training to complexity: multidisciplinary approaches to rural and mountain sustainable development and conservation is an interdisciplinary and inter-sectoral Doctoral Programme developed and coordinated by the University of Genoa, as sole beneficiary, in collaboration with a network of host academic and non-academic organisations. The CLOE Seminar Series brings together PhD students and and their supervisors in a truly interdisciplinary fashion to foster academic exchange between scientific communities.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie GA No. 101034449