Ex(s)co: the new section for Italians competing in the world

When we stopped worrying about leaving a future “suspended” for future generations, the crisis broke!
 
The word “crisis” derives from the Greek krino and means to separate, then translated into the meaning of choosing. The word unfortunately in Italy is now in everyday use because it has connoted and continues to connote the economic and employment situation of our country since the distant 2008.
 
The ISTAT data continue to say that emigration towards other countries is growing, looking for luck, that this has changed.
 
After ten years who has been wrong or right? Who is left or who has left? Who has always worked from Italy but with a global look and visions?
The intent is not to bore you with economic or philosophical speculations about the economic and social instability that surrounds us but to focus on the stories of courageous, visionary, extravagant that after criticism, misunderstanding or the simple “not being understood” by their own opposite have, with their determination. provided keys to read across the border. Rome in their vision returns to be the capital of an empire of world boundaries and exchanges of value overseas see impose a new Italian model of knowing and wanting to do.
 
 

 

You will read stories of men and women who, starting from themselves, have decided to compete in Italy and in the world.

You will read about who has brought to the international tables the values ​​of an Italy that bases its values ​​on freedom, inclusion and civilization.You will read about those who have spent so much abroad for this country, risking to build such perfect Italian ecosystems out of feeling foreign once they have returned due to the changes that have taken place in the meantime.

This is not to forget that competing where the competition seems less “perfect” should or can be*.

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Dhebora Mirabelli

About Dhebora Mirabelli

Dhebora Mirabelli is a legal project manager as well as a lawyer specializing in administrative law and protection of human rights. An expert on equal opportunities, social business and corporate social responsibility, she has worked for over fifteen years as managerial coordination of European projects at the Agency for Digital Italy, the Presidency of the Council of Ministers, the Ministry of the Interior, the Ministry of Economic Development, the Ministry for the Protection of the Environment, the Earth and the Sea, the Directorate for Cooperation and Development of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, etc. on the themes of social inclusion, social responsibility, protection of human and environmental rights. He graduated in business law at the Luiss Guido Carli in Rome, the first level degree in Manager of Development and Cohesion Policies at the University of Parma, the II level Master in Engineering for Public Administrations at the University of Parma. University of Rome Tor Vergata and the Master's Degree of Executive Business Administration (MBA) at the Graduate Business School of the MIP-Politecnico of Milan, deepening his studies in the international course held at the Tonjii University School of Management in Shanghai, the Audencia Nantes Ecole de Management and the Coppead UFRJ of Rio de Janeiro. He is a member of the coordination of the national DESC on the Economic and Social Rights of Amnesty International since 2015. Slow Food member. Support of the projects in Africa of the "La Terra di Piero" Association and of the initiatives against the mafia of the "Gli Amici di Goel" volunteers association. He has edited several sections of online publications, among the most important: https://immigrazione.west-info.eu/;http://www.socialchangeschool.org/it/tag/blog-fatto-quotidiano/; http://www.spiritoleader.it/category/csr-mip/ He has published a book of fairy tales and African photographs "Pole Pole: fairy tales and colors of Tanzania" devolving the proceeds to build a school in Tanzania. Born in Rende, she lived in Sydney recently returned to Italy. Dhebora Mirabelli Dhebora Mirabelli is a legal project manager as well as a lawyer specializing in administrative law and protection of human rights. She is an expert on equal opportunities, social business and corporate social responsibility, she has worked for over fifteen years as managerial coordination of European projects at the Agency for Digital Italy, the Presidency of the Council of Ministers, the Ministry of the Interior, the Ministry of Economic Development, the Ministry for the Protection of the Environment, the Earth and the Sea, the Directorate for Cooperation and Development of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, etc. on the themes of social inclusion, social responsibility, protection of human and environmental rights She graduated in business law at the Luiss Guido Carli in Rome, the first level degree in Manager of Development and Cohesion Policies at the University of Parma, the II level Master in Engineering for Public Administrations at the University of Parma. University of Rome Tor Vergata and the Master's Degree of Executive Business Administration (MBA) at the Graduate Business School of the MIP-Politecnico of Milan, deepening his studies in the international course held at the Tonjii University School of Management in Shanghai, the Audencia Nantes Ecole de Management and the Coppead UFRJ of Rio de Janeiro. She is a member of the coordination of the national DESC on the Economic and Social Rights of Amnesty International since 2015.Slow Food Member. Support of the projects in Africa of the "La Terra di Piero" Association and of the initiatives against the mafia of the "Gli Amici di Goel" volunteers association. She has edited several sections of online publications, among the most important: https:\/\/immigrazione.west-info.eu\/;http:\/\/www.socialchangeschool.org\/it\/tag\/blog-fatto-quotidiano\/; http:\/\/www.spiritoleader.it\/category\/csr-mip\/ She has published a book of fairy tales and African photographs "Pole Pole: fairy tales and colors of Tanzania" devolving the proceeds to build a school in Tanzania. Born in Rende, she lived in Sydney recently returned to Italy.

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