This time we would like to invite you for the seminar focused on environmental issues.
Date: 13 May 2021
Time: 17 pm
Title: Environmental footprint methods – a tool to assess sustainability of economic activities
Speaker: Kęstutis Biekša, PhD – Klaipeda University
Link to the meeting: https://teams.microsoft.com/l/meetup-join/19%3ameeting_NzBjMDIxMWQtMGM5ZS00ZWJiLWJhNDYtMDZmMjdlMWE5MjEx%40thread.v2/0?context=%7b%22Tid%22%3a%22295c3b8f-c7e6-4a9a-b137-5c32a66a1deb%22%2c%22Oid%22%3a%223b327eee-f7a0-46dc-9e03-9e521f8a717c%22%7d
Reducing pollutants, especially CO2 emissions, is one of the most actual problem, since it slows down the global warming. Buying CO2 free product with ecolabel in one of the EU countries can be unsustainable since you don’t know how much pollutants it was emitted during the production process somewhere in the other part of world. The evaluation of productivity of economic activity is usually defined through a Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) approach which uses an open loop methodology characterized as “cradle-to-grave” or “cradle-to-cradle” approach which attempts to reach 100 percent utilization of all type of wastes.
We would like to invite you to participate in the next edition of the International Conference on Human Rights on “Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Human Rights”. The Conference will take place on 11th June 2021.
The aim of the conference is to discuss the shape of a new society known as posthumanity, which is emerging on the basis of modern philosophy, computer science and biotechnology. In this perspective arises the question of a posthuman and its new characteristics, i.e. the lack of aging, resistance to diseases, the ability to control one’s needs and emotions and improved senses.
Basic information about the International Conference on Human Rights can be found on our conference website www.hrc.edu.pl
On 8 April 2021 Mrs Miriam Martin Paciente from ULPGC gave a seminar on “Discharges in ancient Rome and their impact on drinking water: the evolution of the legislation of the European Union”.
We kindly invite you to participate in 17th annual International Scientific Conference
“SOCIAL INNOVATIONS FOR SUSTAINABLE REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT”
Date: 28-29, April 2021 at Klaipeda University (Lithuania).
More information in attached file
Prof. Ligita Šimanskienė
Invitation conference SISRD2021
In light of the sudden changes in modern society, characterized by volatile values, economic hardship and job insecurity, young people who belong to a particularly
vulnerable social group are often confused in their decisions.
Mrs Rosa Indellicato, the Author of a book “La dispersione scolastica nel terzo millennio. Analisi e prospettive pedagogiche tra vecchi bisogni e nuove sfide” has defined and explained the phenomenon during an interesting lecture on “Early school leaving” on Monday 15 February 2021.
‘Early school leaving’ is a serious social and pedagogical problem, particularly acute during the epidemic.
You can also read more in the article “Early school leaving: for a pedagogy of orientation” by Rosa Indellicato
Last Sunday, 7 February 2021, there was a meeting of the Management Board of EUROFUR group.
The group has decided on the common research topic for 2021: “Society, human rights and digital world”.
The participants proposed the possibility of supporting the organization of virtual mobility in order to conduct research for young scientists.
Rector of Alcide De Gasperi University of Euroregional Economy
in cooperation with
Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Warsaw University of Business, WSB University in Warsaw, National University of Life Sciences and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine in Kiev (Ukraine), Osmaniye Korkut Ata University (Turkey), Eurofur Research Group
under Honorary Patronage of Polish Economic Society and European Business Club Poland
are honoured to invite for
I International Scientific Conference “Contemporary concepts and methods of managing organizations and administration units – vision of the future”
which will be held on 25 May 2021 (on-line)
On January 21, 2021, there was an organizational meeting of the founding members of the Eurofur research group. Language of the meeting: Italian.
- Publishing information about scientific and educational events in open access to the public on the website
- Organization of scientific seminars on interesting, current topics
- Proposal of a joint research topic for 2021
The participants agreed to meet regularly online to discuss further activities.
On behalf of organizers:
- Faculty of Law – University of Social Sciences and Humanities in Warsaw
- Faculty of Law and Economics – University Jaume I de Castellón
- Institute of Comparative Law and Interdisciplinary Research – University of Lodz
- Faculty of Legal Sciences – University of Las Palmas ULPGC
we would like to invite for
11th Polish-Spanish Conference on the European Legal Tradition “Women, Society and Law: from Roman Law to Digital Age”
which will take place on April 30, 2021.
For more information please visit website: https://sites.google.com/site/plesconf/