Published on28/04/2022by: redazione

International economy in the spotlight 

Italy will be hosting two of the most important festivals dedicated to the international economy and Euricse could not miss participating in both events. In Trento, from June 2 to 5, the 17th Festival of Economics will be returning finally face to face. And in Turin, from May 31 to June 4, 2022, the first edition of the International Festival of Economics will take place.

has confirmed its double presence at two important appointment on the international economy organised in Italy. On June 2nd the Secretary General Gianluca Salvatori will participate in Turin at International Economics Festival as a speaker in a seminar regarding the “European Social Economy Action Plan“, that is gaining increasing attention from national policy makers. Two days later, on Saturday, June 4, he will attend at the Festival of Economics in Trento as a speaker in the event on the Social Economy and mutual organisations

The Trento Festival of Economics will be based on the theme “Order and Disorder”, with a vast and detailed program that looks at the world of today and tomorrow. On Saturday, June 4, we will be participating in the debate entitled Social Economy and Mutuality at the Proof of the Markets.
Together with the Secretary General of Euricse Gianluca Salvatori, among the speakers there will also be Laura Castelli, Vice-Minister of the Mef, Giuseppe Consoli, President of Itas Mutua, Daria de Pretis, Vice-President of the Constitutional Court, Maurizio Gardini, President of Confcooperative and Antonella Noya, of the OECD Center of Trento.

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The theme identified for the first edition of the international event planned in Turin,Merit, Diversity, Social Justice“, besides being highly innovative, represents a reminder of the current situation and the great challenges that have emerged during the recovery phase following the health emergency. On Thursday, June 2, we will be speakers in a meeting dedicated to the “European Action Plan for the Social Economy” together with other important European representative bodies and institutions.  

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