The project aims to assess the use and impact of Cultural Expertise in the context of rising populism in Europe, contributing to the understanding of Cultural Expertise as a new instrument for solving conflicts and celebrating diversity.
Through a story-telling session, Luciana Breggia (author of the book and Judge President, Florence Court) and Sabrina Ciolfi (University of Milan, creator and manager of this website), with the help of the class teacher Chiara Moriggi will encourage the children to think about cultural diversity as a way to contribute to universal human rights.
The workshop will take place on 8 April, as soon as children will return to their classroom, after the remote education period due to the COVID-19 pandemic restrictions.
The event has been organised in association with Scuola Primaria Padre E. Balducci, Istituto Comprensivo Statale n° 3, Sesto Fiorentino (FI).
The paper L’expertise culturelle en Europe: Focus sur la France / Cultural Expertise in Europe: Focus on France, by Livia Holden, is available in Open Access both in the French and in the English version in the section Essential Readings of this website.
Prof. Livia Holden was nominated Outstanding Woman Academic and Scientist by the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF).
Prof. Holden profile is now included in AcademiaNet, a database of profiles of excellent female researchers from all disciplines. AcademiaNet is an initiative of the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF).
Excellent female researchers are nominated for AcademiaNet by 43 science partner organisations according to strict selection criteria, including outstanding scientific qualifications, outstanding academic references and independent leadership.
Congratulations to Prof. Livia Holden on this important recognition!