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  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Roccella, M;
    Publisher: MDPI
    Country: Italy
  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    ASELE, Agnes;
    Publisher: European University Institute
    Country: Italy

    The COVID-19 health crisis and its devastating socioeconomic impact has in the past couple of years necessitated stronger partnerships and increased efforts to deepen cooperation among nations. It has brought to the fore the need to pool together and forge more robust and resilient partnerships and cooperation across the world. More than ever, international action and solidarity from development partners, foundations, the private sector, and individual well-wishers were needed to address the human, health, and socioeconomic repercussions of the COVID-19 pandemic. In response to this emergency, the Africa Union and European Union, as traditional partners, have collaborated and cooperated in addressing its impact. Key priority areas of focus include: investing in preparedness and early detection mechanisms, granting equitable access to vaccines, boosting Africa’s vaccine manufacturing efforts, enhancing medical Research and Development (R&D), among others, to guarantee recovery and build resilience for similar future emergencies and outbreaks.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    BUCHER, Anne; PAPACONSTANTINOU, George (Georgios); PISANI-FERRY, Jean;
    Publisher: European University Institute
    Country: Italy

    COVID-19 has underlined the fact that in a context of recurring pandemics, public health is a basic global public good, the provision of which presupposes effective and timely collective action at global level. In this context, this paper positions global public health governance in the wider debate on the reform of international governance arrangements. It sets out a framework for understanding the failings – and some successes – of the different phases of the international response to COVID-19. It examines how ingredients that have been found to be important in global governance arrangements in a number of policy areas, manifest themselves in the pandemic response. Finally, the paper assesses the positive development of the decision to work towards a new pandemic treaty against the broader reform agenda of global health security governance. In this context it reviews how institutions and processes can be reformed to ensure they are better prepared for prevention, management, and mitigation of the effects of the next pandemic.

  • Closed Access English
    Authors: 
    C. Sacerdoti Coen, I. Salvo;
    Publisher: Sun SITE Central Europe
    Country: Italy

    The Italian Conference on Theoretical Computer Science (ICTCS) is the annual conference of the Italian Chapter of the European Association for Theoretical Computer Science (IC-EATCS), The purpose of the meeting is to foster the cross-fertilization of ideas stemming from different areas of theoretical computer science. In particular, ICTCS provides an ideal environment where junior researchers and PhD students can meet senior researchers. The topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following: agents, algorithms, argumentation, automata theory, complexity theory, computational logic, computational social choice, concurrency theory, cryptography, discrete mathematics, distributed computing, dynamical systems, formal methods, game theory, graph theory, knowledge representation, languages, model checking, process algebras, quantum computing, rewriting systems, security and trust, semantics, specification and verification, systems biology, theorem proving, type theory. The 22nd Italian Conference on Theoretical Computer Science (ICTCS 2021) has been hosted by the University of Bologna. Due to the worldwide evolution of COVID-19, it was held online on September 13–15, 2021. ICTCS 2021 received 38 submissions (25 regular papers and 13 communications), of which 28 were accepted for presentation at the conference and then published on http://ceurws.org/ (18 regular papers and 10 communications). Each submission was assessed by at least 3 reviewers, for a total of 69 reviewers (23 program committee members plus 46 additional reviewers) producing 114 reviews overall. The authors of the accepted contributions mostly came from Italy (16). Foreign contributions came from USA (2), India (2), Japan (1), Germany (1), Switzerland (1), and Algeria (1). 4 contributions are joint work between italian and foreign authors. ICTCS 2021 was attended by 68 people.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    GRABBE, Heather; HEMERIJCK, Anton; STOLLE, Dietlind;
    Publisher: European University Institute
    Country: Italy

    This contribution was delivered on 5 May 2022 on the occasion of the hybrid 2022 edition of EUI State of the Union on ‘A Europe fit for the next generation?' The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, efforts to combat climate change and now the latest geopolitical threat of the War on Ukraine has exacerbated important cleavages within and between European nation states. How resilient are European welfare states? How strong is solidarity amongst European nation states? Can we meet the longer-term geopolitical, energy and climate challenges, as well as threats to democratic governance and the possible end of the liberal order? We take up these questions by reporting on current research on the resilience of European welfare states and the state of solidarity in Europe as reflected in the latest 2022 Edition of the EUI-YouGov Survey.

  • Closed Access English
    Publisher: CHE
    Country: Italy

    none 6 si A. Manuti, A. Lo Presti, B. Van Der Heijden, P. Kruyen, A. De Vos, M. Zaharie Manuti, A.; Lo Presti, A.; Van Der Heijden, B.; Kruyen, P.; De Vos, A.; Zaharie, M.

  • Open Access Italian
    Authors: 
    M. Moretti;
    Country: Italy

    In questa pubblicazione sono presi in esame i cambiamenti effettuati nello svolgimento dei laboratori della Ludoteca rivolti alle secondarie di secondo grado, per l'anno scolastico 2020-2021, dovuti alla nuova modalità di didattica intrapresa dalla scuola italiana per far fronte all'emergenza Covid 19, ossia la necessità di svolgere attività educativa da remoto nell'impossibilità di effettuare lezioni in presenza.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Mio, Chiara; Fasan, Marco; Marcon, Carlo; Panfilo, Silvia;
    Country: Italy
  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    ALOISI, Antonio;
    Publisher: IE
    Country: Italy

    Available online January 10, 2022 The Covid-19 pandemic has seen a startling digital acceleration, but how has this impacted power dynamics in the workplace? Professor Antonio Aloisi of IE Law School uses his research to analyze the use of new tools and techniques in worker surveillance. The paper, conducted with Valerio De Stefano, entitled “Essential jobs, remote work and digital surveillance. Addressing the Covid-19 pandemic panopticon” is to be published in the International Labour Review, and has been conducted within the framework of the “Boss Ex Machina” project, which has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No. 893888.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Birritteri, Emanuele;
    Country: Italy
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