From September 9th to September 13th, the Summer School of Coldiretti Giovani Impresa will be held in Pollica, in the province of Salerno, at the Capano’s Castle, which is the world headquarters of the Observatory for the Mediterranean diet. The Summer School aims to observe the Made in Italy from a socio-cultural, productive, economic, legal, commercial, environmental, communicative point of view. The Made in Italy today represents one of the strategic assets for developing a new political and economic model, based on the connection with the territories and in the cultural context in which they are embodied and regenerates. Around this model of development is necessary to build new professional figure which can endorse the potential of the made in Italy as one of the most important brand at global level. Within the framework of Made in Italy, supporters of the Summer School will be Coldiretti and the Observatory on crime in agriculture and agri-food system. The Summer School of Coldiretti Giovani Impresa and of the Observatory on crime in the agriculture and agri-food system is addressed to 30 young graduates of excellence of the faculties of Law, Political Science, Science of agricultural technologies, Food Science, Communication, Economics, selected in the Italian territories and abroad with the help of the Universities partners of the project. The classes, prepared by the Scientific Committee, in collaboration with teachers, will include both lectures, workshops and practical experiences. This didactic structure will provide a unique combination of experience and education. In this regard, classes will be held in places representative of the traditional made in Italy, but also squares or streets, beaches or the countryside, as well as cultural sites of high importance. Teaching will be developed on three courses that are the main macro areas of the Made in Italy environment:
Aimed to develop policies for hindering the phenomena of agromafie and italiansounding
Social innovation and Business development
To encourage the creation of new start-ups in the fields of Made in Italy and foster innovation in existing firms.
To develop policies for sustainable territorial improvement, aimed at enhancing the identity and culture of the areas.
There will be public meetings with prominent personalities who act in the ecosystem of the Made in Italy with which the students can learn to confront what they have learned and present the projects they intend to develop. During the Summer School it is scheduled also a class held by Christian Iaione – Associate Professor of Public Law Universitàdegli Studi Guglielmo Marconi and LUISS Guido Carli- about the collaborative governance of the territories for participatory local development based on culture and the environment. Moreover the class will be followed by a workshop by LabGov, which consists in a Laboratory project at Velia about the governance applied to cultural heritage.