2) SUFFESA (Strathmore University Finance and Financial Economics Student Association), based in Nairobi, Kenya.
In October 2014, the first international policy week took place in Rome. AISES Young and King's Think Tank worked together to draft a policy recommendation on "E-Learning and Massive Online Education".
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DIALOGHI INTERNAZIONALI - I NOSTRI AMBASSADOR
AISES Young and SUFFESA are keen on involving members of both parties in two policy weeks per year, one in Rome and one in Nairobi, and in joint activities such as writing academic papers.
Three members per association will participate in the policy weeks, during which the speakers will be academics and managers. At the end of the week, after debating and group working, students will draft a policy recommendation.
This agreement is part of AISES Young's international strategy, which started last summer when the first partnership was established with King's Think Tank. We aim at connecting young thinkers and future leaders from all over the world, involving them in joint development projects and global policy discussions.
AISES Young has recently reached an agreement with student association King's Think Tank, the largest organisation of its kind in Europe, based in London, in the prestigious university King's College London (KCL).
AISES Young and King's Think Tank are keen on involving members of both parties in two policy weeks during next academic year, the first in Rome and the second in London.
Three members per association will participate in the meetings, during which the speakers will be academics and managers. At the end of the week, after debating and group working, students will draft a policy recommendation.
Both associations will then lobby the policy through their networks, so that policy makers could enact it, in order to concretely affect society.
This agreement is a major step in AISES Young's internationalization. The aim is to create a network of young and interconnected leaders, whose dream is to live in a European Union in which their voices play an active role in shaping the future.
The result of European elections revealed to be confessional across Europe. Populist and antieuropean parties gained nearly a third of seats at the European Parliament. Eventually, this will permit anti-european parties to hold the balance of power in case a large, skeptic alliance will be
Here you will find some papers written by Aises Young members - Di seguito alcuni paper scritti dai membri di Aises Young
Paper by Gianluigi Delle Cave
Papers by Alessio Romito
INTERNATIONAL DIALOGUES - OUR AMBASSADORS
DIALOGHI INTERNAZIONALI - I NOSTRI AMBASSADOR
Attached you will find the article in Arabic.
La Quarta Inspirational Lecture di Aises Young è stata dedicata al tema "Lo sviluppo socio-economico cinese e le relazioni con l'UE" e lo speaker è stato Carmine Porello, Consigliere del Min. del Tesoro, già Addetto finanziario dell'Ambasciata d'Italia a Pechino e Banca d'Italia.
Il allegato la presentazione del Dott. Porello.
Prima dell'incontro dedicato allo sviluppo della Cina, AISES YOUNG ha organizzato altre Inspirational Lectures:
-AISES YOUNG ha organizzato la prima Inspirational Lecture il 10 aprile 2013 presso l'Istituto Luigi Sturzo. L'ospite è stato Dino Pesole, giornalista de Il Sole 24 Ore e esperto di economia pubblica ha esposto il tema "La finanza pubblica italiana e le regole europee"
-Il 10 maggio 2013 si è tenuta presso la LUISS Guido Carli, la seconda Inspirational Lecture di AISES YOUNG. Il Prof. Emanuele Emmanuele, Presidente della Fondazione Roma ha esposto il tema "Il ruolo degli enti privati e del terzo settore nella transizione dal welfare state alla welfare society"
-Il 29 Ottobre 2013, Alessandro Battilocchio(Difensore dei diritti dell'Infanzia UNICEF e membro del Comitato Esecutivo dell'Ipalmo) ha dedicato una lezione a "I diritti dell'infanzia e la cooperazione internazionale"
The matter surrounding the migration controls in Europe has historically been highly susceptible to contending attempts at framing. Nowadays, the open borders created by the European Union makes it even more controversial. The immigration policy undertaken from the Conservative party, for instance, has now become one of the hottest question at issue. What David Cameron is determined to achieve is to quadruple the period EU migrants need to have spent in the UK before they get entitled to enjoy out-ofwork benefits from three months to a year. The 'danger' Britain might face is to host a mass migration wave coming from Bulgaria and Romania, as it happened nearly 10 years ago with Polish citizens.
NATO was founded in 1949, and now, 64 years later, the European political world has become a battlefield for pro-NATO and anti-NATO, without place for an healthy debate on the structure and how Europe, as a whole, should participate in it.
NATO is a military alliance based in a collective defense system whereby an attack on one member state is an attack to all member states and its composed by the USA, Canada, Norway, most EU member states (22 in 28), two EU candidate countries (Iceland and Turkey) and one EU applicant country (Albania).