• YEP – International Project Event in Milan

    Within the Programme YEP – Young Enterprise Program – aiming at supporting youth entrepreneurship – an international project event was recently held in Milan.

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  • Social Day: new citizens from local to global

    On April 13th during the National Social Day event (in the framework of the project “Social Day: new citizens from local to global”, co-financed by the Italian Development Cooperation Agency) – the Technical Institute for Tourism C. Varalli has conducted the “Migrant5: a journey through the various cultures of the zone 5” of the city of Milan.

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  • In Milan we encourage children discovering Bowling

    The “Discovering Bowling” project was implemented thanks to the contribution of the Municipality of Milan and co-financed by All Bowling Association.
    The initiative, promoted by Asd All Bowling, in collaboration with ICEI, has recentlt been completed and it has seen the participation of many primary schools in Milan.

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  • ICEI honoured with the Civic Merit by the Municipality of Milan

    Dear ICEI partners and friends,

    At the beginning of this year, when we started to plan the events to celebrate our 40th birthday since ICEI foundation, we couldn’t imagine to end this year with such a beautiful news: we are very proud to announce that ICEI has been honored of the so called Ambrogino d’oro, the most important civic merit, conferred by the Municipality of Milan. Each year, during the patron day’s festival of Milan (Sant’Ambrogio, on the 7th of December), a narrow group of entities and people are honored of this renowned recognition.

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  • Social Day: new citizens from local to global level

    In November 2017, ICEI implemented many training activities together with the classes involved in the project “Social Day: new citizens from local to global level“, developing these sessions within the High School Institute Varalli Istituto Tecnico per il Turismo e Liceo Linguistico. As a matter of fact, the 11th grade students took part in a number […]

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  • SYNTROPHIC AGRICULTURE – A technical overview

    Synthropic Agriculture (SA) is a new concept in agriculture field. It works in complete synchronicity with nature and its resources and is based on species’ ecological successession, applying this principle to intensive agro-forest systems of succession, which have a great productive potential, both in a quantitative way (up to 70 tons/hectare/year) and as variety. Synthropic agriculture drastically reduces unused spaces, inverting soil hydric degradation process and highly optimises and diversifies productivity, in terms of time and space.

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  • Middle East, from panarabism to ISIS

    Seventh Conference:
    Monday, November 6th 2017, h 21. Auditorium Radio Popolare
    Middle East, from panarabism to ISIS
    Speakers: Alberto Negri (journalist – Il Sole 24 Ore) and Chawki Senouci (Editor-in-chief Foreign Affairs – Radio Popolare)
    Moderator: Alfredo Somoza (journalist and ICEI President)

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  • Asia: from Vietnam to world’s factory

    Sixth Conference: “Asia, from Vietnam to world’s factory”
    Monday, October 2nd 2017, h 21. Auditorium Radio Popolare
    Speakers: Gabriele Battaglia (journalist – Radio Popolare) and Emanuele Giordana (blogger, writer – Lettera22)
    Moderator: Chawki Senouci (Editor-in-chief Foreign Affairs – Radio Popolare)

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  • ECO-ILHAS: introducing Syntrophic Agriculture in Mozambique

    In Mozambique, ICEI is implementing for the second year the project ECO-ILHAS for the safeguard of the environment and the maintenance of biodiversity in a protected costal area. The project, financed by the Italian Agency for Development Aid (AICS) is aimed at increasing and ensuring the future availability of food for the inhabitants of the protected area of the Ilhas Primeiras and Segundas.

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  • ECO-ILHAS: Rural Resources Management Committies have been created

    In the Puzugu, Pele Pele and Cutale communities, 540 inhabitants (417 men an 123 women) have been involved in activities to raise their awarness about the importance of Committies for the preservation, control and correct management of Natural Resources, also comparing similar successful case studies implemented in other areas of Mozambique or in other African countries. During this initial phase local population realized that Committies creation could have a positive impact on the problems they’re facing in their district, as fishing shortage and low soil productivity.

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