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Go Beyond – Democracy, culture, cohesion, participation

The Foundation for European Progressive Studies in cooperation with the Fondazione Pietro Nenni will launch on October 26 in Rome (10h30, Sede Confederale della UIL, vial Lucullo 6) the second edition of the cycle of training Go Beyond, that this year will focus on democracy, culture, cohesion and participation.

The training are addressed to young people (18-35 years old), students and young trade unionists. They will be asked to attend 28 hours of lectures and 14 hours of laboratories, to be held in three different Italian towns (Rome, Bologna and Naples) during which they will address, in an interactive way, the issues at stake with the aim of stimulating their analyses and exchanges on a world that is changing, and their wish to be an active part of the political and social life of their country.

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location

Rome – Bologna – Naples , Rome – Bologna – Naples

date

Friday, 26 October 2018 - Friday, 01 March 2019

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