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Compagnia di San Paolo

The Compagnia di San Paolo was founded in Torino in 1563 as a charitable brotherhood and it is now one of Europe’s most important private foundations. The Compagnia participates in society’s activities by pursuing ends that are of public interest and social utility, with the aim of favoring civil, cultural, and economic development in the community in which it is active.

Istituto Affari Internazionali

The Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI) was founded in 1965 on the initiative of Altiero Spinelli, its first director. A non-profit organization, the IAI's main objective is to promote an understanding of the problems of international politics through studies, research, meetings and publications, with the aim of increasing the opportunities of all countries to move in the direction of supranational organization, democratic freedom and social justice.

Dipartimento di Culture, Politica e Società

The Dipartimento di Culture, Politica e Società of the University of Torino was established in 2013. As centre of research and educational activities, the Department investigates how human beings think and shape the society they live in, how they organize and regulate social living, the types of political institutions they create to govern those society and the interaction between different cultures. It includes scholars belonging to different areas: anthropology and sociology, political science and international relations, political philosophy, linguistics and geography. The Dipartimento di Culture, Politica e Società is based in the newly-opened Campus “Luigi Einaudi” in Torino.

SIPRI

SIPRI is an independent international institute dedicated to research into conflict, armaments, arms control and disarmament. Established in 1966, SIPRI provides data, analysis and recommendations, based on open sources, to policymakers, researchers, media and the interested public. Located in Stockholm, Sweden, SIPRI offers a unique platform for researchers from different countries to work in close cooperation.

Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies at Cornell University

The Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies catalyses and supports research, teaching and outreach activities that advance international studies at Cornell, in order to contribute to our knowledge of the world. The Center is committed to multi-disciplinary and collaborative research, teaching and outreach that conforms to the highest academic standards and promotes cross-cultural and cross-national understanding and tolerance.

The German Marshall Fund of the United States

The German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF) is a non-partisan American public policy and grantmaking institution dedicated to promoting transatlantic cooperation. GMF supports individuals and institutions working in the transatlantic sphere, convenes leaders of the policy and business communities, contributes research and analysis on transatlantic topics, and provides exchange opportunities to foster the transatlantic relationship.

Centre marocain des sciences sociales

The Centre Marocain des Sciences Sociales (CM2S), based in Casablanca, is an autonomous research association, aimed at engendering institutional research questions about social change and transformation. Up to present, the main research topics have concerned urban anthropology, historical sociology, migrations, electoral processes and entrepreneurship.

FASOPO

The Fonds d’analyse des sociétés politiques, created in 2003 by researchers at the French CNRS, is an autonomous research association. It aims at contributing to a better understanding of political societies, through an approach of historical sociology of politics and economics, by comparing the thematic fields of ‘world governance’ with the concrete historical situations to which they are applicable.

East Asian Insitute

The East Asian Institute (EAI) was set up in April 1997 as an autonomous research organization under a statute of the National University of Singapore. Its main mission is to promote both academic and policy-oriented research on East Asian development, particularly the political, economic and social development of contemporary China (including Hong Kong and Taiwan), and China's growing economic relations with the region and the world at large.

CICIR

The China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations is among China’s largest and oldest civilian research institutions for international studies. Located in Beijing, CICIR is affiliated with China’s Ministry of State Security (MSS). Different research divisions, each covering a regional or functional area of study are comprised within CICIR.

CCCWS

The China Center for Contemporary World Studies (CCCWS), based in Beijing, was founded in 2010. Its main fields of research include international affairs, political systems and institutional architecture of foreign countries, China’s strategy towards the world, comparative studies on development models. It actively conducts exchanges and academic discussions with foreign think tanks and research institutes.

Center for Italian Studies, Zhejiang University

Established in April 2013, the Center for Italian Studies is located in Hangzhou (P.R.China), within Zhejiang University’s Yuquan campus. The CIS constitutes the most advanced outcome of the strategic partnership initiated in 2007 by the then Faculty of Political Science of the University of Torino and the Faculty of Arts and Humanities of Zhejiang University. The Center aims to promote cooperation in the fields of tertiary education, academic research, and networking between the two partners and their respective territories (Piedmont and Zhejiang province).

Global Governance Programme

The world faces new demands and challenges which increasingly span beyond national borders. In this complex, interlinked and fast-changing scenario, the Global Governance Programme of the European University Institute provides a unique setting to conduct research at the highest level, promote synergies with policy, generate ideas and identify creative and innovative solutions to global challenges.

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  • The Compagnia di San Paolo was founded in Torino in 1563 as a charitable brotherhood and it is now one of Europe’s most important private foundations. The Compagnia participates in society’s activities by pursuing ends that are of public interest and social utility, with the aim of favoring civil, cultural, and economic development in the community in which it is active.

  • The Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI) was founded in 1965 on the initiative of Altiero Spinelli. The IAI's main objective is to promote an understanding of the problems of international politics through studies, research, meetings and publications, with the aim of increasing the opportunities of all countries to move in the direction of supranational organization, democratic freedom and social justice.

  • The Dipartimento di Culture, Politica e Società of the University of Torino was established in 2013. The Department investigates how human beings think and shape the society they live in, how they organize and regulate social living, the types of political institutions and the interaction between different cultures.

  • SIPRI is an independent international institute dedicated to research into conflict, armaments, arms control and disarmament. Established in 1966, SIPRI provides data, analysis and recommendations, based on open sources, to policymakers, researchers, media and the interested public.

  • The Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies supports research, teaching and outreach activities that advance international studies at Cornell, in order to contribute to our knowledge of the world. The Center is committed to multi-disciplinary and collaborative research, teaching and outreach promoting cross-cultural and cross-national understanding.

  • The German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF) is a non-partisan American public policy and grantmaking institution dedicated to promoting transatlantic cooperation. GMF supports individuals and institutions working in the transatlantic sphere, convenes leaders of the policy and business communities, contributes research and analysis, and provides exchange opportunities.

  • The Centre Marocain des Sciences Sociales (CM2S), based in Casablanca, is an autonomous research association, aimed at engendering institutional research questions about social change and transformation. Up to present, the main research topics have concerned urban anthropology, historical sociology, migrations, electoral processes and entrepreneurship.

  • The Fonds d’analyse des sociétés politiques, created in 2003 by researchers at the French CNRS, is an autonomous research association. It aims at contributing to a better understanding of political societies, through an approach of historical sociology of politics and economics, by comparing the thematic fields of ‘world governance’ with the concrete historical situations to which they are applicable.

  • The East Asian Institute (EAI) is an autonomous research organization of the National University of Singapore. Its main mission is to promote academic and policy-oriented research on East Asian development, particularly the political, economic and social development of contemporary China (including Hong Kong and Taiwan), and China's growing economic relations with the region and the world.

  • The China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations is among China’s largest and oldest civilian research institutions for international studies.

  • The China Center for Contemporary World Studies (CCCWS), based in Beijing, was founded in 2010. Its main fields of research include international affairs, political systems and institutional architecture of foreign countries, China’s strategy towards the world, comparative studies on development models. It actively conducts exchanges and academic discussions with foreign think tanks and research institutes.

  • Established in April 2013, the Center for Italian Studies is located in Hangzhou (P.R.China), within Zhejiang University’s Yuquan campus. The CIS constitutes the most advanced outcome of the strategic partnership initiated in 2007 by the then Faculty of Political Science of the University of Torino and the Faculty of Arts and Humanities of Zhejiang University.

  • The Global Governance Programme of the European University Institute provides a unique setting to conduct research at the highest level, promote synergies with policy, generate ideas and identify creative and innovative solutions to global challenges.

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