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The Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna (Scuola) is a public University located in Pisa, Italy and with a special focus on social and applied sciences. The Scuola has a staff of about 130 administrative personnel and 180 professors and researchers. The annual budget of the Scuola is about 50 million Euro of which about 12 million are related to research activities. The scientific and research activities of the Scuola in the field of social sciences are focused on management of innovation, human rights, management of complex emergencies, development of civil society, governance. The Scuola is presently involved in about 30 different research projects and is an active partner in about 40 scientific international networks. Furthermore the Scuola has gained a significant experience in leading and implementing successfully international research projects many of which were financially supported by the EU.


The Scuola established in 1995 a post-graduate programme: the International Training Programme for Conflict Management (ITPCM) whose mission is to contribute to the peaceful management of conflicts through multi-actors and multi-layers strategies to facilitate social change.