The political, economic and social development of least developed countries is one of the major challenges of globalization. Growing interdependence and integration offer a chance to strengthen cooperative North-South and South-South relations, engaging different agents, including governments, international organizations, and civil society actors. The call to cooperation is urgent: poverty, inequality, conflict, instability, and uncertainty still affect everyday life of a majority of world population.
The Master in International Cooperation and Development - MIC&D offers a privileged framework for designing tentative solutions to the above mentioned issues through the action of governmental and non-governmental agents, bridging gaps among people, groups and institutions.
Prof. Simona Beretta, MIC&D Director