Changed by Women is underway, the project that tells the extraordinary stories of 99 women who have pursued their dreams and changed the future. The initiative entails a book, fundraiser, women's mentoring program and roadshow involving the Bocconi alumni community. The project aims to bet on the future and inspire the next generation of girls and young women
Italian prisons are overcrowded and migrants represent 31% of inmates (as opposed to 10% of the Italian general population), while government policy is hindering reeducation projects inside and outside jail. Looking at Italian penal institutions it is increasingly difficult to answer the question: are they actually preventing crime?
At the current rate of progress, it will take another 131 years to achieve gender equality in the world, 67 if we look at Europe. An acceleration is therefore needed, working on policies that incentivise women working and breaking down gender stereotypes also through the promotion of female role models, writes Paola Profeta, Dean for Diversity, Inclusion and Sustainability, in the afterword to the book 'Changed by Women'
The law is becoming ever more green: from the ancient Roman empire to current climate change, from environmental law to the protection of future generations and sustainable development. These concepts are explained further in this article by Miriam Allena, lawyer at Bocconi University and member of the recently established ministerial commission called upon to write the new Environmental Consolidated Law
A growing continent, not only demographically, which demands respect in exchange for new economic opportunities for its population but also for Europe, which will have to adopt new models of cooperation and partnership
The 30km/h speed limit imposed by the city administration of Bologna has raised great controversy and polarized public opinion between those in favor and those that are against. The initiative has however the merit of rekindling the debate on the delicate and complex issue of urban mobility, which can evolve toward intermodality with the help of technology, as Gabriele Grea explains
Both Old and New, the Library's Collections Tell the Story of the Social Sciences
by Andrea Celauro
First editions from the 16th and 17th centuries along with volumes and journals from all over the world make up part of the collections, some of which are included thanks to the legacies of bibliophile professors and a strong network of alumnae and alumni