A New Season of the European Citizenship
Inclusive Citizenship between USA and Europe
The Pragmatist Roots of Cultural Pluralism
Anna Elisabetta Galeotti
Toleration, Recognition, Respect
Who Belongs to the Demos? The Boundaries of Citizenship in European Democracies
In our globalized world, cultural pluralism is a matter of fact. As a result of widespread migrations, people with different values, cultural backgrounds, languages and religions live together within the same social context: they carry out their everyday activities side by side and share public spaces, from their children’s schools to political and legal systems. It is therefore necessary to rethink the traditional concepts of citizenship. A new political culture that is more open to differences and more inclusive, has to affirm itself in the lives of citizens and in our democratic institutions.
The project “Towards an Inclusive Citizenship” wants to promote a new culture of dialogue and integration, paying particular attention to the case of the European Union. To this aim Reset-DoC invites citizens, students and researchers to a series of conferences with philosophers, historians, social and political scientists who will tackle the demands of multicultural societies from different perspectives.
Università degli Studi di Milano Bicocca, Università degli Studi di Milano, Politecnico di Milano, Fondazione Giangiacomo Feltrinelli, Radio Popolare. Under the patronage of the City of Milan.
Project director: Giancarlo Bosetti
Maurizio Ambrosini, Paolo Branca, Marina Calloni, Danilo De Biasio, Silvio Ferrari, Giulio Giorello, Susanna Mantovani, Daniele Nahum, Gabriele Pasqui, Mario Ricciardi, Massimiliano Tarantino
Project Coordinator: Michele Salonia