Social issues, regional differences and the use of funds from the National Recovery and Resilience Plan are the focus of the webinar "Pnrr: cohesion policy to the test of social inclusion", scheduled for Wednesday, October 5, from 6 p.m., shared live on www.ansa. it/europa and on related socials, promoted by the Dirpolis Institute (Law, Politics, Development) of Sant'Anna School, in collaboration with Agenzia ANSA, as part of the project "Cohesion goes local - Domestic, regional and local effect of the Cohesion strategy", funded by the European Commission's DG Regio.
The new online event is attended by academics, experts, representatives of European Commission and local authorities and is promoted to strengthen European citizens' knowledge of European policies, their impact and funding opportunities for our Country.
At the opening, there will be a greeting by David Natali, professor of Political Science at Sant'Anna School and scientific supervisor of the "Cohesion goes local" project; then follow speeches by Francesca Biondi, professor of Constitutional Law at Sant'Anna School; Luca Menesini, president of the Province of Lucca and member of the European Committee of the Regions; David Rinaldi, professor of European Economic Governance at the Université Libre de Bruxelles and director of Studies and Public Policy at the Foundation for European Progressive Studies. In closing, there will be a summary by Gianluca Piccolino, research fellow in Political Science at the Sant'Anna School, who will ask the panelists some questions, choosing from those that came in live from the public.
Live webinar: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T9JV_pdw7C0