FOREIGN TOURIST CARD PARTNER
The Italian Touring Club and the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs are promoting the “Farnesina and Touring Club: in the world for Italy" project, which allows foreign and Italian members to join discounts and special offers (access to a large amount of museums, art galleries, tourist facilities, SPA centres, cultural and gastronomic tours and transports facilities with partners such as Hertz, Italo Train, Ferry Lines).
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COSTRUIRE UNA RETE DI RETI
Networking as a key element to development and promotion of Italy
THE NEW RAI DOP: Multimedial and Multilingual Dictionary of Orthography and Pronounciation. A very useful tool to explore Italian Language
LUIGI MALERBA Prize for Fiction and Playwriting
ONLINE DEGREE COURSE
Enrolment on the Online Degree Course 'Italian Language and Culture for Foreigners and Italians Living Abroad'
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MASTER DEGREE'S IN TUTELA E VALORIZZAZIONE DEL PATRIMONIO CULTURALE ITALIANO ALL'ESTERO
Iscrizione al Master Degree's in Tutela e valorizzazione del patrimonio culturale italiano all’estero.
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ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDY OF MODERN ITALY ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2012 CALL FOR PAPERS
BASTA! Patterns of Protest in Modern Italy: History, Agents and Representation
Venue: IGRS, Senate House, Malet Street, London
Date: 23-24 November 2012
Keynote speaker: Donatella Della Porta (European University Institute, Florence)
The great number and variety of protests around the globe that have defined the year 2011, provide the focus of the Annual ASMI conference 2012 on the topic of protest in Italy: How does Italy protest –throughout its history and in the present? How do individuals, organisations and institutions express their opposition and protest? Which forms of protest (e.g. civil, political, folkloristic, intellectual, ideological, organisational, legal, illegal) have been established with time and which other forms have developed recently? What are the issues, topics and conditions that make Italians turn to protest?
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