European Youth and the Sustainable Development: Is Conflict Inevitable? - a round table
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European Youth and the Sustainable Development: Is Conflict Inevitable? - a round table
European Youth and the Sustainable Development: Is Conflict Inevitable? - a round table
European Youth and the Sustainable Development: Is Conflict Inevitable? - a round table
European Youth and the Sustainable Development: Is Conflict Inevitable? - a round table
European Youth and the Sustainable Development: Is Conflict Inevitable? - a round table

European Youth and the Sustainable Development: Is Conflict Inevitable? – a round table

Bojana Bojanić Obad Šćitaroci Predavači: Bojana Bojanić Obad Šćitaroci, Prof.dr.sc. François Mancebo, IATEUR IRCS Univ. De Reims, France; Dr. Ilenia Pierantoni, SAAD Univ. of Camerino, Italy; Prof.dr.sc. Massimo Sargolini, SAAD Univ. of Camerino, Italy; Ilonka Marselis, DRIFT Erasmus Univ. Rotterdam, Netherlands; Dr.sc. Matthijs Hisschemoller, DRIFT Erasmus Univ. Rotterdam, Netherlands
Datum predavanja: 30.11.2017. 19:00Lokacija: NOEMA Business School, Reims, Francuska
Katedra za urbanizam, prostorno planiranje i pejsažnu arhitekturu
The research project Smart-U-Green is entitled: “Governing conflicting perspectives on transformations in the urban rural continuum”. Roundtable gathered researcher from Croatia (Zagreb, Bojana Bojanić Obad Šćitaroci), Italy (Camerino, Massimo Sargolini i Ilenia Pierantoni), Netherlands (Rotterdam, Matthijs Hisschemoller i Ilonka Marselis) and France (Reims, François Mancebo) in Reims on the 30th November 2017 to expand this subject to a more global approach of conflicting perspectives in the field of sustainable development, with respect to the role of the youth in this matter. The aim of the roundtable was, therefore, to explore, across Europe, the different modes of involvement of young people, their difficulties, the place of the conflict in this involvement, and its possible future developments.
Questions discussed at roundtable were:
1. Current situation: Would you say the youth are deeply involved for the sustainable development in your country? How do they involve?,
2. Conflicting perspectives: Is conflict inevitable when speaking about sustainable development and the youth?,
3. Evolution and perspectives: Does Internet and the new tools for communication influences the way the young people get involved?
GLOSSARY
EUROPEAN _ referring to something of, from, or related to Europe
YOUTH _ freshness, vigor, spirit
SUSTAINABLE _ pertaining to a system that maintains its own viability by using techniques that allow for continual reuse
DEVELOPMENT _ the act or process of developing; growth; progress
CONFLICT _ incompatibility or interference, as of one idea, desire, event, or activity with another
INEVITABLE _ sure to occur, happen, or come; unalterable
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