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EDITORIAL. Our 2018 road so far…

More than a semester has come and gone since the beginning of 2018 and we are already in August, looking back at what we have accomplished so far. Like every year, our road has been rich of successes and challenges, both greeted with acceptance and gratitude,...
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#Working4NGOs: Alida La Paglia, following the Career Development Service to follow your dreams

The Career Development Service path is articulated in different steps and is oriented towards the placement of our Masters fellows in the NonProfit sector. But how? What are the right choices? There are no easy answers to these questions, but we can surely...
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The wild boars have won the world cup of humanity – by S. Calvani

Sandro Calvani | Senior Adviser and President of the Scientific Committee of Social Change School | 10 July 2018   Minus 3, minus 2, minus 1, HOPE IS REAL. Khaosod English, one of the best Thai news agencies in English, has put that title on hope...
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Real global sustainability: 17 goals for human dignity and not to leave anyone behind – by S. Calvani

Sandro Calvani | Senior Adviser and President of the Scientific Committee of Social Change School | 1 September 2015   In July 2015 I was in New York to participate to the High-level Political Forum on Sustainable Development. It was the last global...
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We are the future- The future of Nonprofit is built on excellence

The “Social Talent Scholarship Programme” has been successful beyond expectations, from both a quantitative and qualitative point of view. Dozens of young adults of great talent “emerged”, youngsters who at the age of 25 have already travelled...
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#Working4NGOs – Job interview: 8 ways to make a good impression

Tirso Puig, Head of Social Change School’s Career Development Service, will delve today in a fundamental topic when you are looking for a job: the interview.   Besides the various procedures of selection, when you are starting your interview and are...
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#FromTheField: Dario, Gianluca e Viola – from classmates to co-founders of their own young association, Status Equo

Dario, Gianluca e Viola met during Master PMC – Project Management for International Cooperation and started working together as fellows, for a project work assigned to them during the Master. This trio is an example of proactivity and exceptional team...
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Protagonists: Nino Sergi, Founder and Former President of INTERSOS

Interview to Nino Sergi, Founder and Former President of INTERSOS, By Marco Crescenzi I really wanted to personally interview Nino Sergi, as I was sure his story would be beautiful and a pleasure to hear first-hand. I believe Nino is a concrete example...
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#FromTheField: Alexandro, in Tanzania with CEFA for a project on Waste Management

Let’s have a look at what happens on the field, with the eyes of someone who right now is living an experience in Tanzania with the NGOs.   Alexandro Frizzi Osabuohien is a young ex fellow of Master PMC – Project Management for International Cooperation,...
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PMC students on the field in Beirut with INTERSOS Lebanon

Field experience in Lebanon: PMC students working on INTERSOS projects with syrian refugees Between the 18th and 23rd of March 2018, the students of the Master PMC – Master in Project Management for International Cooperation, Euro-Project Management...
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