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  • Promote the production of innovation by universities and research centers, and its inclusion in institutional and / or business practices, also through specific training initiatives, considering that it characterizes that intangible capital that determines the acquisition of competitive advantages related to creation of a public-private framework with the actors of the economic development of the territory, in the context of exploiting resources;

  • Supporting an international project of evolution and internationalization of traditional training and research structures, for the definition of specific training courses of professionals in the field of territory safety,  The new relationship between those who produce and those who promote innovation lies within this framework, in the context of a shared and participatory territory management policy, which has as an ethical assumption the sustainable economic development of the community. 

The various activities promoted by HENSE SCHOOL, summarized below, are aimed at improving the dialogue between the Partner Universities and the economic and social actors of the territory, within the so-called third mission of the Universities and with reference to a territory safety policy, also with specific cultural, social and civil awareness development contents, however referable to the HENSE SCHOOL project on the right to safety:

  • Strengthening the dialogue between the actors of the territory economic development within a public-private partnership policy, also promoting the activities of the Placement and Career education Office of the HENSE SCHOOL, to meet the growing demand from the territory of professionals constantly updated, to be included in territory safety projects and enhancement of natural and environmental resources.​​

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  • Supporting actions capable of contributing to transforming a territorial Community into a Community bearer of values, in the context of a system of relations that involves all the economic and social actors of the territory.


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