the ASP has been "teaching" politics since 2003

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Since its birth in 2003, the Political Science Association has promoted the message of political awareness among young people, hoping to train the political class of the future.

The aim of the Association is not only to create a spirit of involvement among students, but also to make the study of politics more stimulating, since it offers the opportunity to combine face-to-face lessons with active and participatory training.

We are convinced that politics is formed above all through discussion, the exchange of ideas and comparison: assumptions that the Association makes its own and promotes.

We think that university life is an excellent opportunity to provide this training and these precious exchanges that students can have with each other.

The events that the Association has most at heart are conferences and seminars, with guests external or internal to the University, which aim both to provide training on specific topics of interest and to stimulate debate among the participants.

To name one: in the month of March together with the Via Vienna Polo Association (Eureka) we organized a conference which involved the physicist and scientific communicator Luca Romano; on this occasion we provided our colleagues with an opportunity to study and reflect on the topic of nuclear energy.

We believe that the organization of training initiatives is a fundamental point of the association, because it gives students the opportunity to approach the subjects being studied in a more pragmatic and in-depth way, offering food for thought and the possibility of dialogue with people who are experts in the field. sector, as well as discussing and applying concepts and notions learned during lectures.

We are convinced that this type of approach is not only functional to the academic studies of each of us, but that it improves us as active citizens.

Another point that ASP finds fundamental is the collaboration with other University associations in the organization of recreational and recreational events: networking between male and female students, creating situations of leisure and light-heartedness, encourages human relationships. This certainly has a positive impact on university life (and, consequently, also on academic performance), making it significantly more pleasant and stimulating.