18 May

OPENINGh. 10:30 a.m.CODEWAY PLENARY - HALL 7BUSINESS AND DEVELOPMENT COOPERATION. THE CHALLENGE OF SUSTAINABILITY AND FOOD SAFETY.Event organized by Codeway Expo, in collaboration with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and Prima Foundation
Agri-food systems are essential for the health of our communities and the environment. The spread of incorrect eating patterns and lifestyles contribute to malnutrition and obesity, while production methods do not care enough of the environmental impact of their practice, influencing global warming and loss of biodiversity. The health crisis related to COVID 19 has placed even more attention on the relationships between nutrition, people's health, and the environment. The war in Ukraine is now creating additional and serious difficulties in many countries in terms of higher prices and reduced availability of raw materials and, inevitably, the situation ends up in deeply affecting food security.When we are faced with issues like the above, valuable solutions are needed, clear response in terms of access to food, of well-being of populations. Thus, the future of the Planet can only derive from the spread of virtuous models, such as the Italian agri-food model, based on the support to local productions, resulting from intense connections between territories and communities, centering on the interaction of short supply chains with the wider international ones. Moreover, crucial is the attention to be reserved to the environmental impact and freshness of products, to the correct balancing between tradition and innovation. Italian companies can therefore be protagonists of Italy's international projection strategy on the issue of food safety and sustainability, placing themselves at the center of the debate but also performing a key role in the action that the country will develop in this central sector of Italy’s international cooperation.Fiera Roma, with its Codeway Expo event, in collaboration with MAECI, is strongly determined to place these issues at the center of the inaugural conference of the initiative. The goal being to provide a proactive and operative cut to the international exhibition. In this view, launching Codeway Expo, Fiera Roma stresses the importance of discussing the concrete possible actions to be promoted by the Italian institutional system when cooperating with the private sector. Under this cut, the choice was to make an analysis of a few African Sahel countries, considering all feasible interventions that can be promoted in the target countries, thanks to the expertise of the Italian private sector of the agri-food chain. Sahel is a key area for the future of Africa, a continent that is now one of the main priorities of Italy's foreign policy.The high-level panel of the Opening Session will see the presence of the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Marina SERENI, of Emanuela DEL RE, Special Representative of the European Union for Sahel, of Maurizio MARTINA, Deputy Director General of FAO , together with representatives of Italian enterprises active in the food processing and protection sectors, to discuss with representatives from Sahel countries the possible actions that the Italian public and private sector may carry out in support of the food processing sector in the countries of the region.Too many people still find it difficult to access food, in the necessary quantity and quality, and too often our societies experience, at the same time exceeding abundance and unfair lack. INTRODUCE:Luca Voglino, President Investimenti SpA    Monica Lucarelli, Councillor for Productive Activities and Equal Opportunities , Roma CapitalePaolo Orneli, Councillor for Economic Development, Trade and Crafts, University, Research, Start-Up and Innovation Lazio RegionOPENINGMarina Sereni, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and International CooperationTHE ROLE OF ENTERPRISEAngelo Riccaboni, President PRIMA Foundation, Barcelona, and Santa Chiara Lab, UniSi, Co-Chair UN SDSN Europe, Paris Co-Chair UN SDSN Europe, ParigiGIVE VOICE TO ENTERPRISESIvano Vacondio, President FederalimentareDino Scanavino, President CIAFabio Massimo Pallottini, President, ItalmercatiPaolo Mascarino, Vice President of Institutional Affairs of Ferrero, V.President of FederalimentareFOCUS SAHEL (Panel)Emanuela Del Re, EU Special Representative for SahelMaurizio Martina, FAO D.General DirectorTESTIMONIALS FROM THE TERRITORYJuan Lucas Restrepo Ibiza, Global Director for Partnerships & Advocacy, CGIAR, Director General, Alliance of Bioversity International and CIAT
h. 11:00 a.m.STAND IILA - HALL 8

OPENING STAND IILA

With:

Antonella Cavallari, IILA, Secretary-general

 IILA AND THE ITALIAN COOPERATION.IILA'S AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS: INNOVATION FOR LOCAL ECONOMIC RESTART.Organized by IILASpeakers:Mauro Camicia, IILA Italian Cooperation ManagerNicola Michelon, Head of IILA Project “Agriculture and sustainable tourism for the strengthening of peace in Colombia”.
h. 11:30 a.m.B4C ARENA - HALL 8SUPPORTING COMMUNITY RESILIENCE THROUGH CLIMATE-SMART DISASTER RISK REDUCTION: THE CASES OH HONDURAS, NICARAGUA AND THE CARIBBEANOrganized by Croce Rossa ItalianaSpeakers:Antonio Del Fiacco, Delegato Regionale CRI per l'America Centrale e i CaraibiChiara Gorni e Bruna Taccardi, Emergenze Internazionali
h. 12:30B4C ARENA - HALL 8THE RESPONSE TO EMRGENCIES AND COMPLEX CRISES: FROM UKRAINE TO ETHIOPIA , THE EXPERIENCE OF CRI AND THE INTERNATIONAL RED CROSS AND RED CRESCENT MOVEMENTOrganized by Croce Rossa ItalianaSpeakers:Fabrizio Damiani, Responsabile Europa e Asia PacificoChiara Gorni e Bruna Taccardi, Emergenze Internazionali
h. 2:00 p.m.SDGs ROOM - HALL 8 First FloorSUPPORT FOR VULNERABLE PEOPLE ALONG MIGRATION ROUTES: THE EXPERIENCE OF "CASE FOR SUPPORT"Organized by Croce Rossa ItalianaSpeakers:Miriam Boussairi, CRI, Regional Delegate for North AfricaCarmelo Triolo, Project Manager
h. 2:00 p.m.INNOVATION ARENA - HALL 8CLEAN WATER FROM THE SUN FOR A SUSTAINABLE LIFE IN REMOTE ARID LANDS.Organized by GENIUS WATTER
h. 2:15 p.m.B4C ARENA - HALL 8CARBONSINK INTRODUCTION: OUR VALUABLE PROJECTS WITH POSITIVE IMPACT ON THE ENVIRONMENT AND PEOPLE IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES. A cura di CARBONSINKSpeaker: Viola Stefanizzi
h. 2:30 p.m.CODEWAY PLENARY - HALL 7ILLUMINARE LE PERIFERIE (LIGHTING UP THE SUBURBS).Organized by AICS - Italian Development Cooperation AgencyPress Conference - Preview Data presentation of 4° Report "Iluminare le Periferie" Foreign Affairs ObservatoryIntroduces and moderates:Anna Meli, COSPESpeakers:Emilio Ciarlo, Head of Communication AICSGiovanni Parapini, Director Rai per il SocialeDaniele Macheda, Secretariat Usigrai Data presentation:Paola Barretta, Pavia ObservatoryData explanation:Laura Silvia Battaglia, Radio 3Mondo and Frontline Freelance RegisterLucia Capuzzi, AvvenireVeronica Fernandez, Rainews24Cleophas Dioma, African October eventZaurrini Massimo, Africa e AffariConnecting with AICS Offices in the world Conclusions Beppe Giulietti, President  FNSI
h. 2:30 p.m.STAND CONFERENZE DELLE REGIONI E DELLE PROVINCE AUTONOME - HALL 8WHAT ROLE OF BUSINESSES IN INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION? Organized by Coordinamento of Marche RegionConcept:  find a key to understand the involvement of enterprises in international cooperation activities (and possibilities offered by Law 125/2014) Introduces: Pietro Talarico, Director of productive Activities and Businesses - Marche Region
  • AICS Italian Development Cooperation Agency, Opportunities for the profit sector in international cooperation
  • Stella Occhialini, Roncucci & PartnersAn American Experience: collaboration between Enterprises and NGOs in the international framework, public-private partnerships.
  • Marco Cocciarini, CEO Globe Inside Srl (beneficiary of Bando Profit AICS), The point of view of companies: investing in Bosnia and Herzegovina
h. 3:00 p.m.SDGs ROOM - HALL 8 First FloorDIVERSITY AND INCLUSION: THE CASE OF THE ROMs OF KONIK (MONTENEGRO) AND THE "LISA" PROJECTOrganized by Croce Rossa ItalianaSpeakers:Fabrizio Damiani, Europe and Asia Pacific AreasPaola Salerno, Manager Social AreaFernando Ippolito, Project manager, Lisa project
h. 3:00 p.m.STAND IILA - HALL 8IILA AND THE ITALIAN COOPERATION.IILA’S CULTURAL HERITAGE PROJECTS: TRAINING FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT.Speakers:Giulia Giacobetti, IILA Italian Cooperation ServiceCecilia Santinelli, IILA Expert on Cultural Heritage Projects
h. 3:00 p.m.STAND Collettiva ANCI - PADIGLIONE 8THE TERRITORIAL PARTNERSHIP: NEW RELATIONS BETWEEN MUNICIPALITIES, TERRITORY AND CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS IN DEVELOPMENT COOPERATION.Chair: Enzo Bianco, Presidente Consiglio Nazionale , ANCIIntroducono:Antonio Ragonesi, Chief of International Relations, Security, Legality and Civil Rights, Civil Service and Equal Opportunities, Environmental Risks and Civil ProtectionNicoletta Lia Rosa Paci, Assessore alla Cooperazione Internazionale, Comune di ParmaInterventi di:Riccardo Varone, ANCI Lazio, PresidentMassimo Seri, Municipality of FanoFrancesca Mattei, Councilor for Peace and International Cooperation Policies, Municipality of RiminiMarco Orlando, ANCI Piemonte, DirectorVincenzo D’Ercole, ANCI Giovani Abruzzo, CoordinatorLucia Maddoli, Felcos Umbria, DeputyDirectorSalvatore Ippolito, ANCI, Senior Advisor International relationsMaria Bottiglieri, Chief of International Cooperation and Peace Office, Municipality of TurinSilvia La Ferla, Chief of Relations and Cooperation Unit between cities, Municipality of MilanVincenzo Curatola,  Forum SaD, PresidentRoberto Ridolfi, Link2007 Network Cooperation, President - (tbc)Renato Drusiani, Utilitalia, Senior advisorFilippo Lucci,  COPE, CEORosa Maria Dragone, AICS contact person for local authoritiesMarco Ricci,  MAECI Plenipotentiary Minister
h. 3:30 p.m.INNOVATION ARENA - HALL 8FOOD INSECURITY IN AFRICA AND INTEGRAL DEVELOPMENT MODELS.Organized by VIDES ItaliaMaria Sassi - Professor at Department of Economics and Business Sciences - University of PaviaFrancesca Barbanera – VIDES General Director - International Volunteering Woman Education Development
h. 3:30 p.m.B4C ARENA - HALL 8SDG17: THE ITALIAN - AFRICAN PARTNERSHIP FOR ONE HEALTH.Organised by Istituto Zooprofilattico Abruzzo e MoliseSpeakers:Nicola D’Alterio, General Direction (IZS Teramo)Massimo Scacchia, AAS Cooperation, development and research (IZS Teramo)Arcangelo GentileFaculty of Veterinary, Bologna UniversityAlessandro Campione, Jembi Health Systems NPCLuigi Cavestro, CIHEAM-Bari
h. 4:00 p.m.STAND MAECI / AICS - PADIGLIONE 8"SISTEMA ITALIA" AND SYNERGIES FOR INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION IN THE FIELD OF SUSTAINABLE WATER MANAGEMENT FOR AGRICULTURE.Organized by Irritec, ACRA, AICSSpeakers:Pietro Pipi, aics, Head of the Uff. VI - Rural Development and Food SecurityNicola Morganti, President, ACRAGiulia Giuffrè, Board member Irritec and Sustainability Ambassador - 2021 UNGC SDGs Pioneer for Water Management

19 May

h. 9:30 a.m.INNOVATION ARENA - HALL 8RoundTable.THE CONTRIBUTION OF ARCHITESCTS IN THE AREAS OF CRISIS AND PRESENTATION OF GUIDELINES FOR HOSPITALITY OF UKRAINIAN ARCHITECTS AND STUDENTS IN PROFESSIONAL STUDIOs.Organized by CNAPPC, National Council of landscape architects and plannersInstitutional greetings and presentation of the iniziativeMarcello Rossi, CNAPPC, Advisor and Treasurer, Chief of Internationalization, International Cooperation and Labor Export DepartmentSilvia Pelonara, CNAPPC, Councilor, Chief of the Civil Protection, Cooperation and Solidarity DepartmentPresentation "Architectural inventions in international cooperation"Paolo Anzuini, Councilor of the Order of PPC Architects of Rome AreaPresentation of the exhibition "The moral space"Walter Baricchi, ArchitectReflections on humanitarian architecture: when architecture goes into trenchesLuca Bonifacio, ArchitectPossible contribution of architects in crisis areasUMAR, Vice-PresidentThe Guidelines: current framework and problems connected with the hospitality of Ukrainian professionalsMarcello Rossi, DirectorMarco Celani,LawyerIvanna Gaidarzhy,ArchitectThe process of recognizing architects qualification within the European UnionDiego Zoppi, Director of the EWC and CNAPPCUIA's activities regarding the conflict in UkraineLilia Cannarella, Director of UIA Region 1 and CNAPPCProfessional Hospitality Programs of the Politecnico di MilanoCamillo Magni,ArchitectConclusioni:Marcello Rossi, CNAPPC Director
h. 9:30 a.m.B4C ARENA - HALL 8THE EEN NETWORK AND COOPERATION, B2MATCH PRESENTATION.Organized by EEN - CNR - Unioncamere Lazio
h. 10:00 a.m.SDGs ROOM - HALL 8 First FloorWORKSHOP (INVITATION ONLY).INTERNSHIPS AND CIRCULAR MIGRATION: THE Y-MED PROGRAM FOR YOUTH AND ENTERPRISES.Organized by The International Organization for Migration (IOM).Organized by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) Coordination Office for the Mediterranean Y-med is a program implemented by IOM and financed by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation. The program is based on circular migration schemes and offers the opportunity to young people from southern Mediterranean countries to carry out a 6-month internship at Italian companies based in Italy.. The Y-med program aims to facilitate circular migration paths for the development of professional skills and enhance job placement in countries of origin. The workshop will buildon the basis laid and lessons learned with the implementation of previous Y-med editions and will collect public and private sector representatives’ perspectives and inputs to improve and consolidate the Y-med program.
h. 10:00 a.m.STAND CONFERENCE OF REGIONS AND AUTONOMOUS PROVINCES - HALL 8INTERREGIONAL COORDINATION FOR DEVELOPMENT COOPERATIONOrganized by Coordinamento of Emilia-Romagna Region
h. 10:30 a.m.ANCI COLLECTIVE STAND - HALL 8ANCI National Council, President THE ITALIAN ACTION IN SUPPORT OF LIBYAN MUNICIPALITIES IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF NEW SERVICES TO CITIZENS.Organized by ANCIChair: Francesca Mattei,  Assessore alle Politiche per la pace e Cooperazione internazionale, Comune di RiminiANCI action: Targets, methodology of the "training capacity building"Methodology for the training of municipal officials in Libya,“Metodologia della formazione dei funzionari municipali in Libia” - Salvatore Ippolito, ANCI, Training Coordinator“Support for administrative decentralization and management of local finance” - Pietro Lo Bosco | General accountant, Municipality of Padua“Supporto alla gestione dei dati relativi alla popolazione” - Agostino PasquiniManager of the services and civic rights Area, Municipality of RiminiThe REBUILD Project - Research and Education Building Urban Institutions for Local Development - Paola Zanon, Trento International Cooperation Center DevelopmentPaola Zanon,  Trento International Cooperation CenterThe TAMSALL Project - Towards a new Multilevel Shared Approach for Libya local governance Roberta Dall’Olio,  Chief of the International and Territorial Cooperation Unit, Social Innovation, ART-ERInternational cooperation activities in support of Libyan municipalities -Rani Daoud,  | Decentralization and Local Governance Advisor, GIZApproccio partecipato allo sviluppo rurale e sostegno alle Municipalità nel sud del paese e nella regione del Fezzan – LibiaBiagio Di Terlizzi, | Deputy Director, CIHEAM BariThe support of Italian cooperation for the development of local governments in Libya -Annamaria Meligrana, | Deputy director, AICS regional office in TunisModerates: Moira Rotondo,  Journalist, Chief of the European policies and development cooperation office ANCi
h. 11:00 a.m.B4C ARENA - HALL 8LUNG ULTRASOUND EXAMINATION IN PREGNANT WOMEN. European and African gynaecologists in dialogue during Covid-19 pandemic.Organized by UNICATTSpeakers:Marco Caselli, Director of the University Centre for International Solidarity Full professor of Sociology of Cooperation,Faculty of Political and social science, Università Cattolica del Sacro CuoreAntonia Testa,Associate Professor of Gynaecology and Obstetrics Faculty of Medicine and surgery, Università Cattolica del Sacro CuorePaola Romeo, G. Barresi" Department of Human Pathology of Adulthood and Developmental Age U.O.C. di Ginecologia e Ostetricia, University of MessinaEdoardo Cola, Obstetrics and Gynaecology Unit, Macerata Hospital
h. 11:00 a.m.Stand IILA - HALL 8IILA AS A TOOL OF COOPERATION OF THE EUROPEAN UNION AND THE INTERNATIONALIZATION OF "SISTEMA ITALIA" IN LATIN AMERICA.Organized by IILAIntroduces:Lorenzo Tordelli, Head of EU Cooperation Service, IILA
  1. 1. EUROsociAL program for greater social cohesion through the strengthening of welfare policies
Speakers: Francesco Chiodi, EUROsociAL+ Program Coordinator To follow at IILA stand
  1. 1. AL INVEST Verde, for sustainable global production chains
Speakers:Andrea Monaco, Senior Program Manager AL INVEST VerdeLorenzo Nalin, Program Manager AL INVEST Verde To follow at IILA stand
  1. EL PAcCTO, COPOLAD and EUROFRONT for justice, the rule of law and security.
Speakers:Massimo Meccheri, Program Manager COPOLAD 3Claudia Gatti, Program Manager EL PAcCTO - EUROFRONT
h. 11:30 a.m.INNOVATION ARENA - HALL 8AFRICA BUSINESS LAB.Organized by ITA FormazioneMarco Pintus, Agenzia – ICE,  Dirigente Ufficio Servizi FormativiLetizia Pizzi, Confindustria Assafrica & Mediterraneo, Direttore GeneraleMariangela Siciliano, SACE, Head of SACE EducationFrancesco Pallocca, UNIDO - Investment Promotion Expert at UNIDO ITPO ItalyAldo Cera, AICS - Senior Officer Ufficio VII AICSAFRICA BUSINESS LAB METS LAB INNOVA FOR AFRICAMassimo Zaurrini, DireCTOR, Africa e AffariFabio Santoni, Faculty ICEEnrico Turoni, Faculty ICEFabio Iannone, Faculty ICEQ&A, Conclusions
h. 11:45 a.m.CODEWAY PLENARY - HALL 7AFGHANISTAN: A CRISIS NOT TO BE FORGOTTENOrganized by Coordinamento of Lazio Region
Introduces: Lazio RegionJacopo Zagato, Department of Economic Development, Commerce and Handicraft, University, Research, Start-up and InnovationFlavia Zaccari, Unit for Relations with European and International Institutions for Development Cooperation (Regional Directorate for Development economic, Productive activities and Research)Speakers:Shirin Zakeri, Interdepartmental Centre for Scientific Research and Cooperation with Eurasia, the Mediterranean and Sub-Saharan Africa (CEMAS) – Politica e geopolitica dell’AfghanistanLeonardo Carmenati, Deputy Technical Director of the Italian Agency for Development Cooperation - Sviluppo - L’approccio dell’Agenzia Italiana di Cooperazione alle crisi e il caso AfghanistanManuel De Lara World Health Organization (Organizzazione Mondiale della Sanità) - Saving lives: WHO’s work to adress the humanitarian health crisis in Afghanistan, via web da Ginevra (Svizzera)Alan Rizzi, Undersecretary for Relations with the International Delegations of the Lombardy Region - Afghanistan and the other “forgotten” crisesLuca Alberto Lo Presti, President Pangea Foundation, The project in Afghanistan supported by the Lombardy Region, via web dall’AfghanistanAndrea Carteny, former Director of CEMAS, Professor of History of International Relations, University of Rome La Sapienza - Humanitarian scholarships for Afghan studentsChiara Bardelli, Emergency, Head of Institutional Relations - Afghanistan today. The project in the health sector supported by the Regions of Lazio, Emilia-Romagna and PugliaEnaiatollah Akbari My story (told in the book "In the sea there are crocodiles, true story of Enaiatollah Akbari" and in the film "Enaiat, the incredible story").
h. 2:00 p.m.STAND CONFERENCE OF REGIONS AND AUTONOMOUS PROVINCES - HALL 8THE ROLE OF TERRITORIES IN EDUCATING GLOBAL CITIZENS.Organized by Coordinamento Emilia-Romagna RegionIntroduces:Elly Schlein, Vice- President Friuli Romagna-Region Carla Inguaggiato, Professor, Unesco BolognaAICS , National Action Plan for Education for Global Citizenship: a shared exerciseAntonella Arduini, MITEEducation for sustainability and ECGLaura Muraglia, Friuli Region The Ligurian system for sustainability education: the link between ECG and the Sustainable Development Strategy of Regions"Natalino Barbizzi, Marche Region, From Regional Sustainable Development Strategy to ECG in Marche RegionGiorgio Garelli, Piedmont Region, Global Citizenship Education: experiences for a widespread culture of international cooperation "Attilio Ascani, NGO CVM and spokesperson for the coordination of MARCHE SOLIDALI, What the relevant actions for territories in development?
h. 2:00 p.m.INNOVATION ARENA - HALL 8INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION: NEW BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE PROFIT SECTOR.Organized by Codeway ExpoModerates: Wladimiro Boccali, Codeway Expo General CoordinatorSpeakers:Grazia Sgarra, Chief of Office VII - Cooperation, Partnership and Finance for Development-AICS Italian Agency for Development CooperationSimone Ginesi, The European House AmbrosettiLuca Maci, Responsabile Infrastructure and Climate Financing – Development Finance, CDPPaolo Cavezzali e Paolo Umidon, Sodalitas FoundationGiampaolo Silvestri, Coordinator of the 3 CNCS Private Working GroupRaffaello Benetti, PhD - Head Global Network & Tourism Prog. - Promos ItaliaLucia Marchegiani, Professor at Roma Tre University - Department of Business AdministrationAntonio Guiso, Head of Carbon Unit , Carbonsink
h. 2:15 p.m.B4C ARENA - HALL 8PROJECTION - “ENAIAT, THE INCREDIBLE STORY” - MOVIE directed by PATRIZIA SCHIAVO and sponsored by the Lazio Region.Organized by Lazio Region
h. 3:00 p.m.CODEWAY PLENARY - HALL 7FORO PYMES: AN ITALIAN-LATIN AMERICAN DIALOGUE SPACE TO PROMOTE THE SUSTAINABILITY AND COMPETITIVENESS OF SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES.Organized by IILA2nd PYMES IILA FORUM: Lessons learned, balance and perspectives
  1. 1. Sustainability and innovation in the agri-food supply chains: new opportunities for SMEs
  2. 2. Productive complementarity and technological partnerships between Italy and Latin America in the agriculture industrial supply chains.
  3. 3. The Italy-Latin American Fashion Academy. A tool to favor Latin American artisan enterprises.
 Speakers:José Luis Rhi-SausiCoordinator Pymes IILA Forum Enrico TuroniPresident, CERMAC Consortium (agritech enterprises)Franco ConzatoDirectori Venicepromex (Internationalization Special Enterprise, Chambers of Commerce of Veneto Region)Fabio Pietrella, President di Confartigianato ModaEsperanza AnzolaCoordinator, IILA Fashion Projects  
h. 3:00 p.m.SDGs ROOM - HALL 8 First FloorHEALTH IN EMERGENCY: THE CASE OF PALESTINE AND THE VACCINATION CAMPAIGNS IN MOZAMBIQUE AND VENEZUELA.Organized by Croce Rossa ItalianaSpeakers:Alessia Borzacchiello, CRI Delegate for PalestineValerio Mogini, Head of emergency Health Service
h. 3:30 p.m.INNOVATION ARENA - HALL 8BEYOND KNOWLEDGE. EXPERIENCES OF INNOVATION FOR DEVELOPMENTOrganized by AVSIThe Coopen initiative, promoted by Cariplo Foundation and Compagnia di San Paolo Foundation, within the framework of the program Innovation for Development, promotes non-profit organizations in the transition towards operational models, projects and even towards "non-conventional" partnerships. The aim is to combine many years of experience on the field with local communities, with new approaches and tools typical of technological and digital innovation. This initiative aims at establishing a participatory path of open innovation to find impact solutions between Italy and Africa. The reference territories have been identified in East Africa (Uganda, Kenya, Rwanda and Ethiopia) and in West Africa (Senegal, Mali, Burkina Faso and Niger).Thanks to the initiative, teams of Italian and African innovators have been selected and twinned with organizations from the civil society to identify innovative and sustainable products and services, to give solution to problems in key areas: Circular Economy, Agriculture and Sustainable Food, Health and Wellness.AVSI participated in the program through a partnership with an innovative company in the recycling of organic waste in Uganda named Marula Porteen. Thanks to the project, farmers in rural areas on the outskirts of Kampala were able to access the cheap organic fertilizers produced by the company that transforms organic waste into fertilizers, using the Soldier Fly.BeEntrepreneurs, an association promoting innovative start-ups in Africa, also took part in the program.Moderates:Massimo Zaurrini, Africa & AffariSpeakers:Alessandro Masciadri,  Cariplo FoundationFrancesca Oliva, AVSI FoundationTommie Hooft van Huijsduijnen,  Marula ProteenDamiano Petruzzella, Scientific Administrator, CIHEAM di BariLina Guglielmino, Cariplo Factory
h. 3:30 p.m.B4C ARENA - HALL 8CIRCULAR MIGRATION AND BENEFITS FOR YOUTH AND BUSINESSES: REFLECTIONS ON THE Y-MED PROGRAM.Organized by The International Organization for Migration (IOM)Public Event (in presence and online)To follow the conference online you need to register at link.The event will be an opportunity to discuss about the advantages related to the exchange of talents and competences across the Mediterranean and showcase the results of the IOM workshop that will take place at Codeway 2022 on the same day. Moderates: Laurence Hart, Director of the Coordination Office for the Mediterranean of the IOM3.30-3:35 p.m. Opening Plenipotentiary Minister Marco Giungi, Head of the Unit for Multilateral Global Strategies and Processes of Development Cooperation, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation3:24 - 4:05 p.m. - Workhop results Presentation Daniele Panzeri, Coordinator of the Migration and Development Unit, IOM Italy4:05 - 4:15 p.m. Mobility and learning Vito Borrelli, Head of Political Affairs Team / Deputy Director of the Representation of the European Commission in Italy4:15 - 4:20 p.m. - Cultural diversity Fiona Sartoretto Verna, Sartoretto Verna4:20 - 4:25 p.m. Closing Claudio Di Berardino, Councilor for School and Education, Reconstruction Policies, Lazio Region Personnel *4:25 - 4:30 p.m. Conclusions Laurence Hart, Director of the Coordination Office for the Mediterranean, IOM
h. 4:00 p.m.SDGs ROOM - HALL 8 First FloorINNOVATION IN THE HUMANITARIAN FIELD: THE EXPERIENCE OF THE ITALIAN RED CROSS AND THE INTERNATIONAL RED CROSS AND CRESCENT MOVEMENT.Organized by Croce Rossa ItalianaSpeakers:Andrea Fontana and Stefania Gavirati, Strategic Planning, Monitoring and Innovation
h. 4:30 p.m.STAND CONFERENCE OF REGIONS AND AUTONOMOUS PROVINCES - HALL 8OECD EVALUATES REGION FRIULI VENEZIA GIULIA’S EXPERIENCE: METHOD QUESTIONS TO BUILD THE DECENTRALIZED COOPERATION OF THE FUTURE.Organized by Coordinamento Friuli-Venezia Giulia RegionPaolo Rosso, Ocse, Trento center for local developmentGiulio Tarlao, Friuli RegionOcse, Trento Center for local development
h. 17:00SDGs ROOM - HALL 8 First FloorTHE EXPERIENCE OF THE ITALIAN RED CROSS IN RESTORING FAMILY LINKS ACTIVITIESOrganized by Croce Rossa ItalianaSpeakers:Rosario Valastro, CRI, Vice PresidentFrancesca Basile, Migration's ManagerRossella Di Liberto, RFL Service Manager

20 May

h. 10:30 a.m.CODEWAY PLENARY - HALL 7EDUCATION, HIGH-LEVEL TRAINING AND CREATION OF PROFESSIONAL SKILLS: THE LEVERS OF INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENTOrganized by Codeway Expo, Enel Foundation, Internationalia
In recent years, the world of international cooperation has profoundly changed addressing the need to change direction, moving from actions aimed at "bringing help" towards a dimension oriented to "bringing development", promoting sustainable economic growth, social inclusion, and local equity, increasing thus the positive repercussions for the local communities of the so called universal education, and specifically high value-added training programs and the development of targeted professional skills.In this sense, while recognizing the absolute and basic importance of the access to universal education, it is essential to also proceed in the direction of developing high level profiles, both in the public sphere (i.e. university, regulatory) and for the private sector. This in a perspective of training the skills necessary to make the African continent make the qualitative leap which is essential to achieve a sustainable future, and unlock all the advantages that the ecological transition implies.Crucial appears then the necessity to work on the dissemination of training and teaching techniques and tools, to promote access to quality education, to develop professional technical training to respond to the needs of emerging markets and local economies to prepare their youth to actively contribute to the sustainable growth of their own countries. In this sense, it is essential to set up interventions based on the concept of give back, to allow those who benefited such opportunities for growth in the past to pour the acquired skills onto the economic and social fabric of their local community, to successfully face the challenges of our times and those of the future. From this perspective, training can and must be a lever for change and sustainable development of peoples.At Codeway Expo, the profit and non-profit actors of international cooperation, the institutions academia will discuss on this.Moderates: Massimo Zaurrini, Director, Africa e AffariSpeakers::Carlo Papa, Managing Director, Enel FoundationIzael da Silvia, Deputy Vice-Chancellor – Research and Innovation, Strathmore University Showing Video African Youth Project:https://video.repubblica.it/green-and-blue/dossier/cop26/afritech-verso-un-africa-dove-ognuno-possa-avere-l-elettricita/399058/399770Filippo Prosperi, Business Development Director, De Lorenzo SpaFrancesca Fiorino, Agenzia Italiana per la Cooperazione allo Sviluppo (AICS)Biagio Di Terlizzi, Deputy DirectorAlberto Piatti, Head of Sustainable Development, ENIPatrizia Spada, Head of Project Design TAMAT
h. 9:30 a.m.B4C ARENA - HALL 8HEALTH CARE IN DANGER: THE ITALIAN RED CROSS CAMPAIGN "I'M NOT A TARGET".Organized by Croce Rossa ItalianaSpeakers:Adriano Iaria, Humanitarian Diplomacy
h. 10:00 a.m.STAND CONFERENCE OF REGIONS AND AUTONOMOUS PROVINCES - HALL 8UKRAINIAN EMERGENCY.A cura di CoCoordinamento Emilia - Romagna RegionIntroduces: Emilia-Romagna RegionGuido Calvi, emergency manager ,#HELPUkraine: Ukraine situation general overviewFederica Gruppioni, IBO Italia, Voci dal campoPierpaolo Bravin, AVSI - Voices from the field Co-planning and partnershipViktoriya Yatsyshyna, Fondazione Lucchetta, Ukraine, Running from war: hospitality on the path of the unknown
h. 10:30 a.m.INNOVATION ARENA - HALL 8CYPRUS: A DESTINATION FOR BUSINESS RELOCATION & INVESTMENT

A cura di: ServPRO Accountants & Consultants

The presentation will demonstrate the benefits and tax incentives of Cyprus as a place to relocate and do business as well as the Government’s Business Facilitation Unit (BFU) and strategy for headquartering, tech companies and other organisations, including the fast-track approach for immigration permits of their foreign employees and their families

Speakers:

Speakers: Petros Theodotou, Founder & CEOStephanie Theodotou, Associate Advocate & Mediator

h. 10:30 a.m.SDGs ROOM 1° - HALL 8 First FloorTHE CONTRIBUTION OF SMES IN COOPERATION AND DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS WITH SENEGAL.Round table with limited access. Reservation required.Organized by Confartigianato
h. 10:30 a.m.B4C ARENA - HALL 8ITALIAN RED CROSS: INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION AND INNOVATIVE PARTNERSHIPOrganized by Croce Rossa ItalianaSpeakers:Fabrizio Damiani, Europe and AsiaPacifico Pietro Addis, Partnership & Donors
h. 11:00 a.m.Stand IILA - HALL 8IILA COOPERATION IN THE CULTURAL, TECHNICAL-SCIENTIFIC AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC AREAS.Organized by IILACultural Sevretary: educationals, prizes in support on the Latin American creative industries, events to promote the culture of the Latin American Countries in Italy Speakers:Jaime Nualart, Cultural Secretary , IILA The Technical scientific secretariat: space cooperation, telemedicine, STEAM projects, mine clearance and scholarhipsSpeakers: Tatiana VianaTechnical Scientific Secretary, IILASocio- economic Secretariat: trade show participation and new commercial opportunitiesSpeakers: Naomi CostantiniSocio Economic secretariat, IILA
h. 11:45 a.m.STAND CONFERENCE OF REGIONS AND AUTONOMOUS PROVINCES - HALL 8THE NICOSIA INITIATIVE, A COOPERATION TOOL AMONG LOCAL ADMINISTRATIONS OF THE REBUILD PROJECT: THE ITALIAN MODEL OF AUTONOMIES BRIDGING THE AUTONOMOUS PROVINCE OF TRENTO, FRIULI VENEZIA GIULIA REGION AND THE MUNICIPALITIES OF LIBYA (Care of Friuli Venezia Giulia and Trento Autonomous Province)Organized by Coordinamento Friuli-Venezia GiuliaIntroduces:Giovanni Gardelli, Manager, Trento ProvinceBenedetta Oddo, Nicosia di InitiativeGiulio Tarlao, Friuli Venezia Giulia RegionLeonardo Manzari, Ogs Oceanography Institute TriesteAnnalucia Corfiati, ART-ER International and Territorial Social Innovation Cooperation Unit, TAMSALL project, the multilevel governance tool for services to citizens in administrative decentralization processes in Libya
h. 2:00 p.m.B4C ARENA - HALL 8VOLUNTEERING AS A VALUABLE HUMANITARIAN COMPETENCE: CIVIL SERVICE ABROAD AND INTERNATIONAL CRI PROJECTS WITH YOUNG PEOPLE.Organized by Croce Rossa ItalianaSpeakers:Enrica Neve and Martina Palazzani, Volunteering and Civil Service, Youth support operational unitIrene Bressan, Cooperation and International Relations
h. 2:30 p.m.CODEWAY PLENARY - HALL 7THE CHALLENGE OF THE 2030 AGENDA IN EMERGING COUNTRIES.Organized by Codeway Expo
The increasingly massive impact of man's actions on his own habitat leads us today to rethink our economic models.By orienting production and consumption systems towards the principles of sustainability.The theme of the ecological transition is today central within the European debate and in the post-Covid recovery plans (including economic ones). The challenge is to make economic development coexist with an improvement in life quality with the urge of environmental protection.The panel aims at focusing the attention on the urgency of global governance coordinating to favor the ecological transition, even and more than ever in emerging countries.But what is happening in these countries? What are the prerequisites and economic resources available to favor a "just" ecological transition? What are the possible collaborations between profit and non-profit to push the transition? Moderates: Massimo Zaurrini, Africa & AffariSpeakers:Luigi Di Marco, Member of the Operational Coordination of ASviS and Referent of the Working Groups on Goals 6-14-15 and 7-13Maria Teresa Pisani, UN CEFATMichael Riedl, Senior Analyst, International Cooperation, Cassa Depositi e Prestiti  Silvio Gentile, Ceo & Founder Green Utility SpADaniele Gizzi, Head of Environment and Circular Economy Sector Confartigianato ImpreseGiorgio Barbaglia, Responsabile Energie Rinnovabili Africa , Programma DREAM, Comunità di Sant'EgidioConclusions:Roberto Colaminè, Vice Direttore DGCS Ministero degli Affari Esteri e della Cooperazione InternazionaleLuca Maestripieri, Director of AICS - Italian Agency for Development CooperationWladimiro Boccali, Codeway coordinator
h. 3:00 p.m.B4C ARENA - HALL 8THE PARTNERSHIP FOR HARM REDUCTION AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE: GOOD PRACTICES FROM THE EXPERIENCE OF THE ITALIAN RED CROSS AND VILLA MARAINI.Organized by Croce Rossa Italiana and Villa Maraini Foundation
h. 4:00 p.m.B4C ARENA - HALL 8ADAPTING TO CLIMATE CHANGE: THE ITALIAN RED CROSS STRATEGY.Organized by Croce Rossa ItalianaSpeaker:Sonia Matera, Enviromental Policies Service