The project #100esperte, launched in 2016 to promote voices and faces of the female expertise, opens in 2019 to the field of international politics in collaboration with ISPI.
The project #100esperte, launched in 2016 to promote voices and faces of the female expertise, opens in 2019 to the field of international politics in collaboration with ISPI (Institute for Study of International Politics).
Democracy, rights and individual freedom, quality of education and health systems, culture, research and development: these are the principal aspects on which Europe has founded its integration process that insured a long period of peace and stability in the continent.
A dialog between women who, from positions of responsibility, every day work for the future of Europe.
10.00 Welcome remarks
Paolo Magri, Executive Vice President ISPI
Luisella Seveso, Gi.U.Li.A Association, #100esperte
Beatrice Covassi, Head of the European Commission Representation in Italy (video message)
10.10 The Institutions
Marta Dassù, Senior Director, European Affairs, the Aspen Institute
Nerina Boschiero, Professor of International and EU Law, Università Statale, Milano
10.40 The Economy
Veronica De Romanis, Professor of Political Economy at Stanford University and LUISS, #100esperte
Laura Bottazzi, Full Professor of Political Economy, Università di Bologna and Researcher IGIER Bocconi, #100esperte
11.10 Coffee break
11.30 The Culture
Annalisa Monfreda, Director of Donna Moderna
Erminia Schiacchitano, Chief Scientific Adviser European Year of Cultural Heritage (in connection from Brussels)
12.00 Science and Education
Cristina Messa, Head of Università Bicocca, Milan, #100esperte
Paola Severino, Vice President LUISS, Rome
12.30 Closing remarks
Diana BRACCO, President Fondazione Bracco
Milan, 19 March 2019
Palazzo Clerici, via Clerici 5
100 women against stereotypes: an instrument for allowing experts to speak, starting from science
The Platform of Action with which the UN fourth world Congress on women in Peking in 1995 ended recognised the Women and Media area as one of the 12 strategic sectors for improving the condition of women and the progress of equal opportunity. But, 20 years on, national and international research shows that we are still a long way from the Peking objectives.