La Tertulia del Paguro. EP 3: Mobility

Do you want to spice up your resume with an incredible and unique experience while living abroad? Are you looking for a challenge that will allow you to grow personally and professionally? Do you have the adventurous spirit to start a new chapter, explore a different country and meet new people? If the answer to …

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La Tertulia del Paguro. EP 2: Solidarity

Have you ever wanted to live abroad but didn’t have the money to do so? Looking for an opportunity to help the community, in Europe and beyond? Are you between 18 and 30 years old? Do you want to learn new skills and improve yours through non-formal education? In today’s podcast we will talk about …

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La Tertulia del Paguro. EP 1: Gathering

Hi Italy from the Paguro, we are very excited to start this podcast and to share time with you. In this episode we will explain the meaning of the word Tertulia and we will introduce friends who come from different countries and cultures, united by the love for Italy and for the music that we …

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ESC FACTOR stories of Europe: Fátima Hamed Hossain

ESC FACTOR stories of Europe: Fátima Hamed Hossain is the first Muslim woman to head a political group with representation.

ESC FACTOR stories of Europe: LAGARDE LIST

Lagarde List is a spreadsheet containing roughly 2,000 potential tax evaders with undeclared accounts at Swiss HSBC bank’s Geneva branch.

ESC FACTOR stories of Europe: Maria Gil

Also known as Maria da Fronteira. She is a reference point in the promotion of “Mulheres Ciganas” in Portugal

ESC FACTOR stories of Europe: Carnation Revolution

A coup d’etat, also called a coup, is a sudden change of government that is illegal and usually violent. We know many violent ones such as the ones in Chile or Cuba.

ESC FACTOR stories of Europe: Manolis Glezos the first partisan

ESC FACTOR stories of Europe: Manolis Glezos the first partisan d’europa He is a man who became a symbol for his resistance action

ESC FACTOR stories of Europe:Athens Polytechnic uprising

Since 21 April 1967, Greece had been under the dictatorial rule of the military. During those years the civil rights were abolished and many politicians and citizens were tortured, imprisoned or exiled for their political beliefs.

Pearls of Youth Work: interview with Paul Kloosterman

Fifth and, for the moment, last pearl of Youth Work. Today we talk to Paul Kloosterman.”Pearls of Youth Work” are a series of video interviews, with related transcripts, carried out in the framework of the project DialogIn Youth Work, Erasmus Plus – KA347 – Youth Dialogue Projects.

Pearls of Youth Work: interview with Salvi Greco

This video interview is part of the cycle “Pearls of Youth Work”, a series of video interviews, with transcripts, carried out within the project DialogIn Youth Work, Erasmus Plus – KA347 – Youth Dialogue Projects.

Pearls of Youth Work: interview with Simona Molari

Third pearl of Youth Work, this time the protagonist is Simona Molari. Simona comes from the city of Turin, where she was born and where she lives.This video interview is part of the cycle “Pearls of Youth Work” a series of video interviews, with relative transcripts, realised within the project DialogIn Youth Work, Erasmus Plus – KA347 – Youth Dialogue Projects.

Pearls of Youth Work: interview with Silvia Volpi

The second episode of the publication cycle “Youth Work Pearls” is online. It is a series of video interviews, with related transcripts, carried out within the project DialogIn Youth Work, Erasmus Plus – KA347 – Youth Dialogue Projects.

Pearls of Youth Work: interview with Federica Demicheli

With this interview we inaugurate the cycle of publications “Pearls of Youth Work”, a series of video interviews, with related transcripts, carried out within the project DialogIn Youth Work, Erasmus Plus – KA347 – Youth Dialogue Projects.

Mafie & Social Media: interview with Anna Sergi with VIDEO

Anna Sergi is a doctor of sociology with a specialisation in criminology at the university of essex where she is currently a senior postgraduate lecturer in the sociology department. She’s specialised in comparative criminal justice, organised crime and mafias.

Mafias & Social Media: interview with Davide Bennato with VIDEO

For the round “Mafie & Social Media” we interviewed Professor Davide Bennato who teaches at the University of Catania (DISUM Department of Humanities) Sociology of Cultural and Communicative Processes, Sociology of Digital Media and Digital Sociology since the Academic Year 2020/2021.
His field of research relates to the study of digital media consumption behaviour, forms of social relations on the internet and technologically mediated collective behaviour.

Mafias & Social Media: interview with Enzo Ciconte with VIDEO

Professor Enzo Ciconte is a teacher of the history of organised crime at the University of Roma Tre and of the history of Italian mafias at the University of Pavia. From 1997 to 2010 he was a consultant to the Anti-Mafia Parliamentary Commission and his 1992 book “‘Ndrangheta dall’unità ad oggi”

Mafias & Social Media: interview with Attilio Bolzoni with VIDEO

Mafias and social media interview with attilio bolzoni, the complete text and the video of the interview with the journalist from Domani who talks to us about how the mafia evolves as opposed to the anti-mafia which still lives on ancient languages.

Mafias & Social Media: Mafia communication in times of social networks

Mafie & Social Media: mafia communication at the time of social networks is the latest communication campaign by Giosef Italy.
With the support of the Foundation legality project ONLUS in memory of Paolo Borsellino and all the other mafia victims – an initiative of the National Association of Magistrates of Palermo -we have created a series of video interviews, whose central theme is the evolution of mafia communication in the age of social media.

La Tertulia del Paguro. EP 3: Mobility

Do you want to spice up your resume with an incredible and unique experience while living abroad? Are you looking for a challenge that will allow you to grow personally and professionally? Do you have the adventurous spirit to start a new chapter, explore a different country and meet new people? If the answer to …

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La Tertulia del Paguro. EP 2: Solidarity

Have you ever wanted to live abroad but didn’t have the money to do so? Looking for an opportunity to help the community, in Europe and beyond? Are you between 18 and 30 years old? Do you want to learn new skills and improve yours through non-formal education? In today’s podcast we will talk about …

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La Tertulia del Paguro. EP 1: Gathering

Hi Italy from the Paguro, we are very excited to start this podcast and to share time with you. In this episode we will explain the meaning of the word Tertulia and we will introduce friends who come from different countries and cultures, united by the love for Italy and for the music that we …

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ESC FACTOR stories of Europe: Fátima Hamed Hossain

ESC FACTOR stories of Europe: Fátima Hamed Hossain is the first Muslim woman to head a political group with representation.

ESC FACTOR stories of Europe: LAGARDE LIST

Lagarde List is a spreadsheet containing roughly 2,000 potential tax evaders with undeclared accounts at Swiss HSBC bank’s Geneva branch.

ESC FACTOR stories of Europe: Maria Gil

Also known as Maria da Fronteira. She is a reference point in the promotion of “Mulheres Ciganas” in Portugal

ESC FACTOR stories of Europe: Carnation Revolution

A coup d’etat, also called a coup, is a sudden change of government that is illegal and usually violent. We know many violent ones such as the ones in Chile or Cuba.

ESC FACTOR stories of Europe: Manolis Glezos the first partisan

ESC FACTOR stories of Europe: Manolis Glezos the first partisan d’europa He is a man who became a symbol for his resistance action

ESC FACTOR stories of Europe:Athens Polytechnic uprising

Since 21 April 1967, Greece had been under the dictatorial rule of the military. During those years the civil rights were abolished and many politicians and citizens were tortured, imprisoned or exiled for their political beliefs.

1st Mediterranean Day, the 28th of November 2021 with Giosef Italy

Giosef Italy and Giosef Torino are working on a social media campaign for 1st Mediterranean Day, the 28th of November 2021.