Venues

Palazzo della Provincia

Il Palazzo sede della Provincia autonoma di Trento era, fino all'inizio del 1900, un prestigioso albergo: l'Imperial Hotel Trento. Nel 1953, quando già il palazzo era sede della Provincia autonoma, l'artista trentino Fortunato Depero (Fondo 1892, Rovereto 1960), presentò all'allora Presidente della Giunta Provinciale una serie di disegni per la realizzazione di grandi dipinti. Attraverso composizioni simboliche, l'opera doveva rappresentare le caratteristiche naturali, storiche, culturali ed economiche del territorio trentino. L'idea dell'artista trovò poi realizzazione concludendosi nel 1956; tuttora, l'opera di Fortunato Depero è la splendida decorazione della Sala (che porta - appunto - il suo nome). L'ingresso da Piazza Dante presenta gradini, mentre da Via Vannetti è senza barriere (rampa di 303cm con dislivello 6,6% e campanello altezza 119cm). Sul piano della portineria, si trovano Sala Depero e i servizi igienici con maniglioni su entrambe i lati del wc (larghezza porta: 90cm, dimensioni interne 180x200cm; wc alto 50 cm). L'ascensore con pulsantiera in Braille (larghezza porta 90cm, dimensioni 137x150) permette di raggiungere i vari piani dell'edificio. Cinque parcheggi riservati a persone con disabilità in via Gazzoletti.

Address

Piazza Dante, 15 38122 Trento http://www.google.it/maps/place/Provincia+Autonoma+di+Trento/

46.0720421 11.121355799999947

Events

30 14:00

Inauguration

speakers: Alessandro Andreatta, Tito Boeri, Innocenzo Cipolletta, Paolo Collini, Gregorio De Felice, Maurizio Fugatti, Giuseppe Laterza coordinated by Eva Giovannini
30 15:30

What to do about Populism

introduced by Tito Boeri The specter of populism is haunting the world. But what is it exactly? Where does it come from and what should be done about it? We define populism as an anti-elitist exclusionary political strategy which builds a...
30 19:00

The european vote: economic and political consequences

introduced by Nando Pagnoncelli coordinated by Federico Fubini What new coalitions are possible in the European Parliament after the elections? What are the implications of polarisation between pro-Europeans and sovereignists? Will the former...
31 10:00

Europe, what now?

coordinated by Erick Jozsef From elections to governing. How will Europe change after the vote? More nationalism and “populocracy” or more economic and political integration?
31 12:00

Multinational companies and local development

organised by "Lavoce.info" with Elsa Artadi, Peter Bodin, Mauro Casotto, Licia Mattioli introduced by Giorgio Barba Navaretti coordinated by Massimo Gaggi How can cities and regions attract more investment from multinational businesses? And when...
31 14:30

Authoritarian populism

coordinated by Mario Garofalo Pippa Norris via video link discusses with Nadia Urbinati
31 17:00

Do populists handle austerity better?

coordinated by Ferdinando Giugliano To which extent did the economic policies carried out by Syriza in Greece differ from those of previous governments? Was the austerity program under Syriza more socially aware and friendlier towards those most...
31 19:00

Regional autonomy in Italy

coordinated by Eugenio Occorsio Where are we in the process of implementing constitutional norms making it possible to assign “further forms and particular conditions of autonomy” to regions without special status? What role should Parliament have...
01 12:00

Trade wars. How global trade is changing

organised by "lavoce.info" with Alessia Amighini, Marta Dassù, Daniel Gros, Alberto Viano introduced by Andrea Fracasso coordinated by Massimo Gaggi For some time, the major powers – particularly the United States and China – have challenged...
01 15:00

Making decentralisation work

organised by OCSE coordinated by Dorothée Allain-Dupré Making the most of decentralisation for regional development is crucial in the current context of a "geography of discontent" and growing divides between places that feel left behind by...
01 17:00

Il sentiero stretto e oltre. Conversazione con Dino Pesole

organised by Il Mulino discussed with Massimo Bordignon, Elsa Fornero coordinated by Tonia Mastrobuoni
01 19:00

Conflict, migration and populism

Interviewers: Annalisa Camilli e Francesca Mannocchi, The combination of extensive and prolonged conflict, consequential forced migration on a large scale, new challenges to asylum rights, the gap between financial resources and humanitarian...
02 10:00

The geography of discontent

organised by OCSE introduced by Joaquim Oliveira Martins Regional economic divergence has become a threat to economic progress, social cohesion and political stability in Europe. The geography of discontent highlights the inability of current...
02 12:00

Where Europe ends

organised by "lavoce.info" with Sergio Fabbrini, Maurizio Landini, Alberto Martinelli, Simona Piattoni, Lucrezia Reichlin introduced by Massimo Bordignon coordinated by Massimo Gaggi The European Union is a hircocervus: much more than a simple...
02 14:00

Citizens’s income and european rules

coordinated by Dario Laruffa Can the citizen’s income scheme lead to greater budgetary flexibility while respecting European rules? What are its probable effects on the workforce, unemployment and national income?