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May autonomous vehicles help Javiera?

Alberto Dianin* Javiera is a 55-year-old woman who arrived in Bolzano from Chile in 2015. Since then, she has been working for a cleaning company that mainly deals with big offices in Bolzano South. At 5 pm, when everyone (or almost everyone) leaves the office to go home, she starts working

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‘New normal’ in MATILDE regions: Insights from Turkey

All over the world, we are struggling to adapt to the ‘new normal’ brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic. As a consortium with 25 project partners and 19 supporting partners in 10 European countries, we wanted to ask our stakeholders about the impact of this ‘new normal’ on the lives of

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‘New normal’ in MATILDE regions: Insights from Turin

All over the world, we are struggling to adapt to the ‘new normal’ brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic. As a consortium with 25 project partners and 19 supporting partners in 10 European countries, we wanted to ask our stakeholders about the impact of this ‘new normal’ on the lives of

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3 Questions, 3 Answers: Complex Patterns of Migration in Rural Europe

Coordinated by Dr. Stefan Kordel and Tobias Weidinger, both from Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, the MATILDE consortium examined the processes of immigration in European rural and mountain areas. Dr. Stefan Kordel, one of the editors of the report ‘Classification of MATILDE Regions’ (Deliverable 2.1) answered our questions about history, dynamics and economic aspects

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Borders For Social Justice

Borders of ‘places’ should not be drawn from above but should be the endogenous result of a policy process inspired by partial cosmopolitanism. Fabrizio Barca* (Forum Disuguaglianze Diversità) Natural borders are made up of faults, ridges, rivers, seas, cliffs; In short, of the ruggedness of our land. Territorial borders and encroachments

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