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Conferenza Med-Mobil: Mobility in the Mediterranean: Results, Recommendations and the way forward, 16-17 Maggio 2016 – Roma

L’UNIMED informa che la Conferenza finale del progetto ENPI CBCMED Med-Mobil: “Mobility in the Mediterranean: Results, Recommendations and the way forward” avrà luogo a Roma presso l’Università degli Studi Internazionali di Roma (UNINT) nelle giornate del 16 e del 17 maggio.

Organizzata dall’UNIMED e ospitata dall’UNINT, questa Conferenza sulla Mobilità rientra all’interno del progetto Med-Mobil nell’ambito del programma europeo ENPI CBCMED, come conferenza finale del progetto, e costituirà un punto di partenza per presentare ulteriori iniziative, rilanciare il dibattito sulla mobilità nel Mediterraneo e la cooperazione euro-mediterranea.

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ENPI CBCMED Med-Mobil final Conference
Mobility in the Mediterranean:
Results, Recommendations and the way forward
16-17 May 2016 – Rome
Università degli Studi Internazionali di Roma- UNINT

Day 1 : 16 May 2016

Moderator: Marcello Scalisi, UNIMED Director, Italy

9.30 – 10.15 Introduction and welcome
Francisco Matte Bon, Rector of UNINT – Università degli Studi Internazionali di Roma
Wail Benjelloun – UNIMED President
Pablo Morales – Head Coordinator for International Projects, Chamber of Commerce of Seville, Spain

10.15 – 11.30 Presentation of Med-Mobil project results

Key note Speaker:

Pablo Morales, Head Coordinator for International Projects – Chamber of Commerce of Seville, Spain

Intervention:

Monther Jamhawi, Director General Department of Antiquities of Jordan – Jordan University of Science and Technology
Hani Qusa, Vice-Rector for Planning and External Relations – University College of Applied Sciences, Palestine
Carmen Torres, International Projects and Networking – UNIMED, Italy

Presentation from beneficiaries of Med-Mobil mobility activities:
Niccolò Porcellato, Student of Interpreting – UNINT – Rome, Italy
Sabrina Campoli, Student of Arabic Language and Culture – Sapienza University of Rome, Italy

11.30-12.00 Coffee break

12.00-13.00 ERASMUS+ – International Credit Mobility – KA1

Key note Speaker:

Claudia Peritore, Head of Unit Higher Education- Erasmus+ – INDIRE: Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility: Two years after: Lessons learned

Questions and answers

13.00 – 14.30 Lunch Break

B14.30-16.00 Mobility as a tool for enhancing cooperation between the EU and Southern Mediterranean countries and among them: Best practices and lessons learned from other projects and initiatives

Intervention:

Emmanuelle Gardan, Programme Manager – Higher Education and Research Division – Secretariat of the Union for the Mediterranean: Addressing mobility from a regional perspective
Silvia Marchionne, International Projects and Networking – UNIMED, Italy: KA1 Erasmus+: The COMMO Project
Valentina Manzato, International Higher Education Officer – University of Bologna: Recognition as a key challenge of international mobility and student exchange: the Reconow Tempus project
Marco Di Donato, International Projects and Networking – UNIMED, Italy: Fondazione di Sardegna “Sardegna ForMed Initiative”

15.30- 15.45 Coffee break

16.15 – 17.30 Presentation and Round table on Med-Mobil policy recommendations

Moderator:

Konstantina Karra, Innovation Consultant – KINNO Consultants, Greece

Intervention:

Dolly Nammour, Director of External Academic Relations, Grants Contracts – Birzeit University, Palestine
Juan Guerrero, Expert for Mobility Programmes – Chamber of Commerce of Seville, Spain
Marcello Scalisi , Director – UNIMED – Mediterranean Universities Union, Italy

 

Day 2: 17 May 2016

9.30 – 9.50 Welcome

Enrico Granara, Coordinator of Euro-Mediterranean and MENA Multilateral Initiatives –Directorate General of Political and Security Affairs, Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation

9.50 – 11.00 Workshop on Cross Border Cooperation within the European Neighborhood Instrument (ENI): Programme and Guidelines

Key note speaker:

Renato Botti, Project Officer – Joint Technical Secretariat of ENPI CBC MED Programme

Intervention:

Monther Jamhawi, Director General Department of Antiquities of Jordan – Jordan University of Science and Technology: Mobility Enhancement through Promoting intercultural dialogue
Mohamad Jalal Mahfouz, President of PDA- Planning and Development Agency, Lebanon: PDA experiences with ENPI programme
Dolly Nammour, Director of External Academic Relations, Grants Contracts; Tina Y. Q. Rafidi, Director of the Palestine and Arabic program – Birzeit University, Palestine: On Crossing Borders: Mobility and Exchange in Palestinian Higher Education Institutions (the case of Birzeit University)

11.00 – 11.30 Coffee break

11.30 – 13.00 Euro-Mediterranean Cooperation: focus on Employability and the link University-Enterprise

Hassan Dennaoui, Business Development Consultant – Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Tripoli – Lebanon: Brains’ mobility between Mediterranean countries: benefits and barriers
Alaa E. Ezz, Secretary General, Confederation of Egyptian European Business Associations “CEEBA”and Federation of Egyptian Chambers: Linkage between Academia and Business for Employability in the Mediterranean
Sandro Pettinato, Vice Secretary General – Unioncamere, Italy: The network of Chamber of commerce for SME’s in growing in digital and setting links between education and work
Daniela Baglieri, Vice-President Technology Transfer – University of Messina, Italy: Entrepreneurial Universities and Ecosystems: Leveraging Mobility

13.00 – 13.30 Wrap up and conclusions

13.30 – 14.30 Light lunch

Il progetto Med-Mobil

Il progetto Med-Mobil, finanziato dal programma ENPI CBCMED, intende creare una rete di cooperazione con l’obiettivo di facilitare lo scambio di studenti, professionisti e giovani imprenditori del bacino mediterraneo sostenendo i regolamenti futuri ed incrementando e consolidando le iniziative ed i programmi esistenti. Il progetto servirà anche come test per 192 mobilità di breve durata nella regione del Mediterraneo. Per ulteriori informazioni, vi invitiamo a visitare il sito web del progetto www.medmobil.eu ed a consultare la brochure del progetto.

 

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