Prof. Membretti will present the opportunities and challenges offered by new immigration trends towards mountain and remote areas in a framework of sustainable development, social innovation and territorial equity
When: Monday 13th of December 2021
Where: in Sala Cappella, ex Ospedale Militare, via Fabio Severo 40, and online on Zoom
Andrea Membretti has PhD in Sociology, he is currently Senior Researcher at the University of Eastern Finland (UEF), Karelian Institute, where he is the Scientific Head of the Horizon2020 project MATILDE (Migration impact assessment to enhance local integration in rural and mountain areas of Europe – www.matilde-migration.eu).
He is Assistant Professor of Sociology of the Territory at the University of Pavia and Faculty Member in Social Sciences at GSSI – Gran Sasso Science Institute (Italy). He is also Research Fellow at the University of the Free State (South Africa) and Affiliate Researcher at the Department of Culture, Politics and Society of the University of Turin (Italy). His main field of study is migration to and from mountain, rural and remote regions, in relation to socio-economic and demographic transformations, climate change and extreme events. Among his recent publications: Le popolazioni metromontane: relazioni, biografie, bisogni, in Barbera F. and De Rossi A. (eds.), Metromontagna. Un progetto per riabitare l’Italia, Donzelli, Roma, 2021; Alpine Refugees. Immigration at the core of Europe (with Galera G., Machold I. e Perlik M., eds.), Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Cambridge, 2019.
Check the flyer of Prof. Membretti’s seminar: FLYER_IMMIGRATION IN MOUNTAIN AND REMOTE REGIONS_MEMBRETTI_December 13th 2021
Read the full abstract here
All interested people can follow the seminar online.
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