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Are you ready to sit at the head of the table to decide the future of Europe?

Sign up and participate in the simulation of the European Council! You will be addressing an important issue for the future of the EU: a recent application for EU membership!

Participants will have to prepare a position paper, engage in negotiations and reach a final agreement. Through the workshop you will have the opportunity to learn from the best, improve your negotiation skills, draft high quality documents and expand your network!


What are you still waiting for? It is time to play a professional and decide the fate of Europe.


NB: Applications will close on 7 May; then you will receive material to prepare your position paper and prepare for the workshop.


At the end of the workshop you will be given a certificate of participation.

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On 13, 14 and 15 May do not miss the opportunity to participate in the Workshop organized by Hikma in collaboration with KAPTOR, a group of young graduates who work together with the aim of improving the quality of information in a society characterized by chaos. They specialize in researching, analyzing and processing data collected from open sources.


Not familiar with the subject? Don't panic, we will start with the basics of OSINT, explaining what it is, how it works and what are the advantages of the process of researching and analyzing data collected from open sources. Kaptor members will take care of it:

Lorenzo Visaggio: coordinator of the group, he graduated in Crime, Justice and Security at the University of Bologna with a thesis on the cyber attack on Solarwinds. 

Alessia Fincato: holds the role of chief investigator, graduated in International Relations, Innovation and Change at the University of Bologna, with a thesis focused on open source intelligence and online right-wing groups. 

Francesca Ongaro: Kaptor's chief analyst, graduated in International Relations - Crime, Justice & Security with a thesis on the racial dynamics of predictive policing against POCs and migrant communities.

In the later stages of the workshop, he will analyze real cases starting from authentic sources.


Stay tuned to find out which sector the case study will focus on!


At the end of the workshop you will be given a certificate of participation.

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As technology advances and evolves, humans and their social interactions also change. 

The metaverse is no exception, especially in the age of digitization it is more important than ever to defend individual rights.


But what happens if they are breached within the Metaverse?

  What types of problems might arise?


Would you like to try your hand at a debate?  


In this Workshop the immersion will be definitive, we will discuss a case that happened in the digital world, precisely the focus will be on "interaction with the user".

Finally, at the simulation of the trial, will you be able to defend your defended side?


During this workshop we will explore the issues of digital rights and the society of platforms, we will speak with:


Giovanni De Gregorio: Post Doctoral Researcher on Digital Constitutionalism, the intersection between constitutional law and digital technologies, at the Center for Socio-Legal Studies of the University of Oxford;


Pietro Dunn: PhD student in "Law Science & Technology" at the Alma Mater University of Bologna and the University of Luxembourg, and Fellow of DPO innovation


Federica Paolucci: PhD student in Comparative Public Law at Bocconi University, Curriculum in European and International Law, and Fellow of DPO innovation


This event is organized in collaboration with DPO innovation, a leading organization in the field of data protection and digital rights.


At the end of the workshop, participants will receive a certificate of participation.


The Metaverse: the future or a threat to individual rights?

Do you think we are responding correctly to environmental crimes?  


This workshop will offer you the opportunity to deepen your knowledge of the new concept of Ecocide thanks to the participation of experts in the sector such as Richard J. Roberts, international jurist who contributed to the legal definition of the term "Ecocide" and Dani Spizzichino, manager of the Stop campaign. Ecocide Italy.


Attendees will have the opportunity to tackle case studies and challenges related to term and related crimes, identifying themselves as representatives of UN member countries during a General Assembly simulation and as ICC judges.  


At the end of the workshop you will be given a certificate of participation.


What are you waiting for? Help raise awareness on this important issue!

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Discovering what's invisible: unleashing the power of open source intelligence

The challenges arising from the COVID-19 pandemic made us reflect on how to connect and balance health and human rights.

This workshop will address this topic by deepening the theme of international human rights treaties and the role they can play in the explosion of an international health emergency.  


Many industry insiders like

Roojin Habibi: York University researcher, international consultant and attorney specializing in global health and human rights law

Tim Hodgson: ICJ Legal Adviser, responsible for designing and implementing the ICJ's work on economic, social and cultural rights in Africa and assists the ICJ's global work on ESC rights.

Giulia Bosi: PhD student in Human Rights and Global Politics, with experience in the right to health at the Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna in Pisa

will intervene and guide participants towards the ultimate goal of writing a new treaty on health, human rights and pandemic management.


At the end of the workshop a certificate of participation will be issued.

Save the date: 13-14-15 / 05 from 2pm to 5pm.

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