Faculty of History and Philology at University of Tirana Hosts the Open Lecture on Climate Change and Sustainability
The Module Leader of Climate Changa Adaptation, Elona Pojani of the Jean Monnet Project “Promoting Disaster Risk Management and Climate Change Adaptation in the Framework of EU Integration,” recently participated in a summer school organized by the Faculty of History at the University of Tirana. The event was part of another Jean Monnet Module titled “EU and Human Rights.”
In a collaborative effort between Jean Monnet Projects, Elona Pojani presented an open lecture on “Climate Change and Sustainability.” The session focused into the intersection of climate change, disaster risk management, and the broader implications for human rights within the framework of European Union integration.
Pojani’s lecture focused also on the research activities and initiatives of the “Promoting Disaster Risk Management and Climate Change Adaptation in the Framework of EU Integration” project, emphasizing the crucial role of climate change adaptation in ensuring a sustainable and resilient future. The audience, consisting of students, faculty members, and researchers, engaged in a discussion on the connection of climate change, disaster risk, and the promotion of human rights within the European Union.
The event not only fostered interdisciplinary dialogue but also highlighted the collaboration among Jean Monnet Project leaders. Professor Pojani emphasized the importance of cross-cutting discussions to address current challenges.
The Faculty of History and Philology at the University of Tirana continues to play an important role in advancing knowledge and understanding of EU-related topics through the Jean Monnet Program. The collaboration between different Jean Monnet Modules ensures a comprehensive exploration of issues that are at the forefront of European integration and human rights.