by Janiki Cingoli
President of the Italian Center for Peace in the Middle East (CIPMO)
8 March 2019
Elements of national and local policies. Year III
March 14, 2019. Camera dei Deputati, Rome
Analysis, dialogue, public initiatives
In-depth and balanced analyses of future scenarios and policies; setting up of channels of dialogue in crisis areas; promotion of public events and insight conferences open to civil society and entrepreneurs.
For an equitable and sustainable development
Despite the numerous crisis hotspots, the region has an enormous potential – owing to its wealth of energy and natural resources – and calls for a new model of sustainable development based on mutual respect and mutual benefit.
Diasporic communities, inclusion and security
Valorisation of the role of diasporic communities coming from the Middle East and Africa, in order to promote inclusion, civil rights and security in close collaboration with the institutions and civil society organisations.
An interactive network of Mediterranean schools
Multiculturalism and intercultural dialogue; support to the creation of networks between high schools of the two sides of the Mediterranean (“meet the Other to know yourself”); training seminars for teachers and other groups interested in the initiative.
Majorities and minorities, relations and guarantees
Ethnic, linguistic, national and religious minorities; relations and mutual guarantees between majorities and minorities in the Euro-Med-African context; specific focus on the experience of Alto Adige-South Tyrol, in cooperation with ANTENNA Cipmo.
Charity auctions of contemporary art
Contemporary artists help CIPMO to promote dialogue in the Euro-Mediterranean region and in Africa by donating their works of art as a gift for the auction. Since 2012, more than 300 works from renowned Italian and international artists have been auctioned in collaboration with Sothteby’s.
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