Workshops Sessions 2022

WORKSHOP SESSION I : "Imagine PEACE"
 
date icon Date / time icon Time : 26 August, 2022 / to be announced
place and hall icon Place : Workshop Session Hall
conveyor icon Conveyor : PhD Maria Alina Caratas, Law and Administrative Sciences Faculty, Ovidius University of Constanta, Romania
speaker Speakers: Maria Alina Caratas, Danislava Delcheva, Margherita Maria di Lorenzi
 

Imagine PEACE

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Peace means action, not stillness, peace is in motion all the time, it is fluid and ever-changing. And we all need to put effort, passion and desire into expanding peace further. The peace theme is of great importance for everyone, but most of all it is our duty as researchers, professors, to inspire people from the communities we live in, pass the information to our peers, colleagues, followers and descendants.

The aim of this workshop is to raise awareness on the subject, empower people to realize that peace comes from within and share techniques on promoting peace.

It is planned to start the workshop in a hall and open an online session simultaneously, thus 3 speakers will be involved - 1 from the conference hall and the other 2 speakers invited to join online.

The audience present in the conference hall will be invited to debate on exposed topics for a better understanding of the concept of peace and its importance nowadays.


WORKSHOP SESSION I : "UKRAINIAN KNOWLEDGE EXCHANGE AND SCIENTIFIC RESILIENCE"

 
date icon Date / time icon Time : 25 August, 2022 / to be announced
place and hall icon Place : Workshop Session Hall
conveyor icon Conveyor : Prof. DSc. Rodney Stevens, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
 

UKRAINIAN KNOWLEDGE EXCHANGE AND SCIENTIFIC RESILIENCE

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Building on experience from the PLATFORM project, web The overall aim is to apply a “system perspective” to help initiate projects and bring together the actors that can jointly develop strategies for problem definition, methodology and project opportunities. In particular, researchers from Ukraine have participated in training where conceptual modeling was used to initiate projects and to promote system understanding when dealing with complex issues, such as societal resource management where multiple disciplines, stakeholders and processes are involved.


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