In September 2020 I began my semester-long internship with the Jesuit Refugee Service’s international office here in Rome. Like many of my peers, my experience was impacted by and conducted in compliance with COVID-19.
Veronica De Sanctis, head of SIMI's projects, invited Professor Lorenzo Coretti (Director, Communication) to talk about what shapes the narratives on immigration in different countries, with a particular focus on the United States and Europe.
In this book, published by Routledge, Coretti (who co-authored the chapter with Daniele Pica) argues that the commercially-driven design of Facebook promotes ‘cycles of depression’ in those movements that adopt social media as means for mobilization and circulation of information.
On May 7 and 8, a delegation from the American University of Rome visited Seeds&Chips: The Global Food Innovation Summit in Milan. Seeds&Chips is dedicated to showcasing national and international talent and cutting-edge solutions from around the world to the problems of the Food System.