CeAS Projects

  • The idea and ideal of European citizenship is the core issue of CeAS projects and activities, in the perspective of intercultural dialogue and the creation of European social model, open and plural with its related policies. These policies can be e synthesized within the idea of "cultural governance" to be defined in a variety of issues relevant at both research and educational level for the development of new methodologies, and the creation of valuable knowledge, competences and skills.

  • The Institute of Multilevel Comparison (IMC) has been set up in 2015 within the framework of the cooperation between UniversitÓ degli studi Roma Tre and Southwest Jiaotong University, in execution of the respective agreement between the two Universites. IMC operates in the larger framework of the advancement of relationships between European Union and China, inter-cultural dialogue between peoples and world peace.

  • The idea and ideal of European citizenship is the core issue of CeAS projects and activities, in the perspective of intercultural dialogue and the creation of European social model, open and plural with its related policies. These policies can be e synthesized within the idea of "cultural governance" to be defined in a variety of issues relevant at both research and educational level for the development of new methodologies, and the creation of valuable knowledge, competences and skills.

  • This project is aimed at developing and testing research and teaching methods and activities for the training of a multipurpose professional expert in Euro-Mediterranean policies for integration.

  • This is an ongoing pilot project around which the Centre has arisen and which characterizes its mission to promote a culture of European integration that has its core in the idea of a Europe of citizens. The project intends to provide specific contributions of study, investigation and critical assessment on one of the pivotal themes of European integration, having in the citizens its main priority.

  • The Euro-Arab Institute for Dialogue between Cultures is an initiative promoted by CeAS in collaboration with Al-Babtain Foundation (Kuwait), and originally participated by the Foundation of Mediterranean Studies (Tunisia), and the Centre for Mediterranean Europe Studies - Meseuro (Belgium). The opening ceremony of the Institute took place on November 2012 at the presence of academic authorities, representatives of European and international institutions, government representatives and ambassadors of the Mediterranean countries and the Arabic world.