The idea that identities can be collectively constructed could help us in understanding the difference without necessarily putting a wall of radical separation between “us” and “the other”. If people are able to reconcile the thought that any identity is constructed based on interaction and that “my” identity is not an island in a sea of identities but has a unique essence given the different interactions throughout life, individuals might start to realize the importance of interaction in order to construct its “own” identity.
Publications and blog posts
Proposals for the ecological transition of the University of Milan: towards a net zero carbon footprint
This blog is about a document “Obiettivo Impatto Zero”, which contains a set of proposals in order to bring the University of Milan within the Paris Agreement goals, and achieve a more sustainable environment for everyone within and surrounding the campus.
Covid-19 impact to vulnerable population: A quick look at the case of Venezuelans migrants in Colombia.
Measures to combat Covid-19 have different effects on people.
During this short blog, it will be shown how measures to combat Covid-19 have different effects on the population by showing how decisions taken in relation to Covid-19 in Colombia have affected Venezuelan migrants.