Università degli Studi di Firenze

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Università di Firenze, Italia

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Alice Binazzi Daniel es Licenciada en Antropología, en la Facultad de Ciencias de la Formación de la Universidad de Florencia. Egresada de la Maestría en Desarrollo Humano Local, Cultura de Paz y Cooperación Internacional de la Universidad de Florencia. Egresada de Diploma: “Protagonismo Infantil”, Universidad San Marcos e IFEJANT (Instituto de Formación para Educadores de Jóvenes, Adolescentes y Niños Trabajadores de América Latina y el Caribe), Lima, Perù. Es Especialista en derechos de niños, niñas y adolescentes y Estudiosa de la Asignatura en Pedagogía Social en este Departamento de Educación. Ha vivido durante años en la República Dominicana, donde ha desarrollado etnografías en el terreno, con infancia marginalizada. Después de una colaboración decenal con el UNICEF y Naciones Unidas, se desempeña actualmente en la investigación independiente en Paris, Francia, y en consultorías internacionales sobre temáticas de derechos de los niños, asuntos de género y análisis antropológico. Alice Binazzi Daniel trabaja en español, inglés, francés e italiano.

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Università di Firenze

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Federico Trentanove was awarded a Master’s Degree in Anthropology from the University of Bologna. He was later selected for the Ethnography school within the project Proyecto Antonio Raimondi (University of Bologna and Castello Sforzesco of Milan). Thanks to it, he carried out his first anthropological research work in Peru in 2005. Following a dissertation and two further research-experiences, he was awarded a scholarship for a two-year long research master at the EHSS Paris. In Italy, he works for the research project funded by Regione Toscana and CeRISC Migranti irregolari as well as for the socio-sanitary services: with focus on the access to socio-sanitary services, interaction and critical issues. He wrote a chapter of the book Zone d’ombra, Migranti irregolari, operatori e servizi socio-sanitari. Un'indagine a Prato. (Bonanno).

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Università di Firenze, UNIFI

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After a law degree in International Law, I specialised on the promotion and protection human rights. With researches on multiculturalism, minorities and the UN system, I have also dealt with sustainable development, Corporate social responsibility, populism and consitutional reforms in post-conflict states (Tunisia and Kosovo).

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University of Florence, Department of Education and Psychology

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Maria Ranieri, PhD in “Telematics and Information Society”, is an Associate Professor of Educational Methods and Technology at the Department of Education and Psychology, University of Florence (IT). Since 2001 she has been working in the field of educational technology, technology-enhanced learning and e-learning. Her main research areas include theory and methodology relating to media and technology in education, as well as work around teachers’ practices and students' learning. Her publications include more than forty papers/chapters on these topics and nine books on learning methods and technologies. She is a member of SIPED (Italian Association of Pedagogy) and of the executive council of MED (The Italian Association of Media Education).

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University of Florence

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Zoran Lapov graduated in Ethnology and Russian language and literature (University of Zagreb), and specialised in the field of Intercultural studies (Univ. of Florence; International Univ. of Andalusia; Univ. of Granada). In 2004, Lapov completed his PhD in Methodologies of Pedagogical Research at the Department of Education (Univ. of Florence) with a thesis on: Non-territorial linguistic minorities in Italy: Roma and Sinti. For a socio-cultural and school policy. Combining anthropology, linguistics and pedagogy, Lapov’s research work is focused on cultural and linguistic diversity, identity dynamics, intercultural relations and mechanisms of social inclusion/exclusion with particular attention to minorities (esp. Roma communities) and migrations. In the same field, he delivers lectures and seminars, and participates in local, national and international research projects in collaboration with Italian and foreign universities and research centres.

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