Pathways in Depth

Thinking together - online workshops on human rights, legality, social justice and peace

Prof. Ferrara's lecture
Prof. Ferrara's lecture

From Neighborhood to proximity.  A new political map in the planetary age

 

2020-01-30_4.png

The subject of this talk is quite slippery. Let’s start with the main title: From neighborhood to proximity.

In the Oxford English dictionary, neighborhood refers to “a district or community within a town or city”, as well as to “an area surrounding a particular place, person, or object.” But it may also mean “neighborly feeling or conduct”.

This latter empathic content appears more ...

Workshop - 22 January 2020
Workshop - 22 January 2020

526229832_cre-art-dekorgumi-lap-a-4-2mm-kek_1.jpgFrom neighbourhood to proximity: a new political map for a planetary age

 

22 January, 2020

 

This is an introduction to Pasquale Ferrara’s talk to our online workshop on proximity. You will find below some main assumptions which will be explained with examples. Based on these, you can already ask questions or express your opinion in writing comments to this post.

 

The objectives of our workshop

Let us try to give a more in-depth explanation to the phenomena of our ...

Julia Ritter
Julia Ritter

juliaritter_mate_2.jpgCoordinator for Bulgaria 

 

Leaving Ecuador after a research and internship period, my friends in Quito told me: “There is only one human organ, which never stops growing: your heart. Every new person you’ll meet will have his place in it…”

Yes, I’ve travelled a lot in my life, and every single person, every place, every country has left his impression in my soul, has enriched my personality and made my heart grow.

After earning my M.A. in Sociology, Mass Media and ...

Marianna Oros
Marianna Oros

marianna_oros_2.jpgCoordinator for Serbia 

Born and lived in Serbia, I have Hungarian origins. I finished a bachelor in Clothing Technology Engineering. Driven by my interest for business and management, I enrolled for a master's in economics at Sophia University.
I am currently working as a Quality Assurance Manager Assistant for an Italian textile company located in Serbia. By sharpening them further, I hope to form an expertise in the diverse fields of interests. 

...

Lucija Dolinšek
Lucija Dolinšek

69587634_2923263674356550_4755179827814727680_o_2.jpgCoordinator for Croatia 

Although I live in Croatia for a short time, because I am of Slovenian origin, I love this country for his beautiful nature and wonderful people. Already as a child I spent my vacation here several times and I participated in different initiatives. I experienced in practice that unity in diversity is possible. This conviction became even stronger during my years in Slovakia and Italy. I earned an MA in Theology a History, and I have a keen interest in both fields. ...

Eliška Polčičova
Eliška Polčičova

 Coordinator for  Slovakia eliska.jpg

 

I am an architect by profession, currently working as a manager in London and west of Slovakia in design, survey engineering and urban development. I have always loved management and connecting people, because together we can achieve great things. 

I have decided to strengthen my faith in God and communication skills by studying at Sofia University in Loppiano - Italy, where I am currently studying Culture of Unity. It is an experience second to none ...

Oksana Sarabin
Oksana Sarabin

ukrajna_2.jpgCoordinator for Ukraine

 

I've been an EFL instructor at the Ukrainian Catholic University since 2000, and hope to further explore my teaching philosophy based on social justice, enabling students to achieve maximum success and providing a truly global perspective for all students and fellow colleagues.  

A native Lvivite, Ukraine, I divide my time between the academic responsibilities and my family. I am a Greek-Catholic and am involved in Ukraine's Focolare movement.

Pál Tóth
Pál Tóth

  50722836_10213484979940944_9101488664654905344_n.jpgProject coordinator

 

I’m Hungarian, born and raised in Hungary, but my maternal grandparents were German, and my paternal ones were Slovaks. Both of my grandmothers spoke Hungarian fluently, but when they prayed, they wanted to be sure that God heard them, and then they spoke Swabian or Slovak.

My wife, Judit, is a high school teacher, of German language and literature and history, but in her last active period she worked in family politics. With our two sons, we lived in Italy ...

Pathways in Depth

Leírás

Friss topikok