Jean Monnet Modules

 

 

 

 

Becoming Europeans: the Social Dimension of European Integration

(BESDEI) (a.a. 2014/2017)

The Becoming Europeans: the Social Dimension of European Integration Jean Monnet Module aims to encourage and promote the knowledge of the social aspects related to the formation of a European society in a sociological perspective and to act as a reference point for the host institution and local territory, promoting and disseminating issues related to the construction of Europe as a common social space. The project is addressed to a differentiated audience of university students, civil society operators and high school students working in the area surrounding the University of Salerno.

http://www.centrostudieuropei.it/jeanmonnet/

 

European Culture and Memories: EU’s Strategies and Policy Developments

(EuCuMe) (a.a. 2018/2021)

The European Culture and Memories: EU’s Strategies and Policy Developments Jean Monnet Module aims to encourage and promote knowledge of the cultural dimension underlying a European society from a sociological perspective. In particular, EuCuMe focuses on two processes of particular interest: a) the construction of a public cultural sphere through the policies promoted by the European Union (EU Cultural Policies); b) the construction of a European public memory (EU Politics of Remembrance). The project is aimed at a differentiated audience of university students, civil society operators and high school students working in the area surrounding the University of Salerno.

http://www.centrostudieuropei.it/eucume

 

Activating EU Rights: Past and Present of Fundamental Human Rights

(ActEuR) (a.a. 2022/2025)

The main objective of the Jean Monnet “Activating EU rights: Past and Present of Fundamental Human Rights” Module (ActEuR) is to deepen knowledge and raise awareness among a wide target audience on the threat to fundamental human rights at European level through a sociological-historical perspective that adopts the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights as a frame of reference. It represents the instrument through which the ActEuR project intends to connect past and present forms of violations/threats of the rights of dignity, freedom, equality, solidarity, citizenship and justice, such as EU’s core values.

http://www.centrostudieuropei.it/acteur

 

 


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