On International Women’s Day, the Italian National Council of Economy and Labour (CNEL), together with the Botanical Garden Museum of Rome, and the University “La Sapienza”, is hosting a debate on how to realise gender equity in the labour market and in education.
The event will start with a presentation of Earth For All: A Survival Guide for Humanity, a leading international project on the systemic changes needed this decade to ensure wellbeing for all within the limits of the planet. Gender equity, economic resilience, and healthy people on a healthy planet are part of the key turnarounds proposed by Earth For All, a project that wants to ignite fresh new conversations and engage policy makers to promote action in this decisive decade.
Consuelo Fabriani – Architect
Fabio Attorre – Director of the Botanical Garden of Rome
Tiziano Treu – CNEL President
Gianna Fracassi – CNEL Vice-President and Deputy Secretary General CGIL
Maria Chiara Carrozza – President of National Research Council (CNR)
Gianfranco Bologna – Editor of Una Terra per Tutti, Secretary General of the Aurelio Peccei Foundation, Club of Rome Full Member, Honorary President of the Scientific Community WWF Italy
Followed by a roundtable moderated by Riccardo Luna – Director, Green&Blue, featuring:
Daniela De Leo – Public Engagement Dean La Sapienza University
Enrico Giovannini – ASVIS Scientific Director and Club of Rome Full Member, Former Minister for Labour and Minister of Sustainable Infrastructure and Mobility
Simona Castaldi – Professor of Ecology, University of Campania, Scientific Manager SU-Eatable LIFE Project Barilla Center for Food & Nutrition
Rosalaura Romeo – FAO, Mountain Partnership
To register to attend, please email firstname.lastname@example.org