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POLICIES FOR THE DEVELOPMENT AND ENHANCEMENT OF MOUNTAIN AREAS: LEGISLATION FOR MOUNTAIN AREAS

The advanced course in Policies for the development and enhancement of mountain areas: legislation for mountain areas aims to provide knowledge and skills related to legislation and legal specifications for mountain areas.

The course also aims to develop methodological aspects, to provide tools for the study and analysis of any source of law and of any Institution and any Subject relating to the mountains. The course will take place from 6th May to 9th July 2016, the first week on Fridays (2: 00 p.m. – 6: 00 p.m.) and Saturday (9: 00 a.m. -1: 00 p.m.) and the second on Tuesdays and Thursdays (5: 00 p.m. – 7: 00 p.m.). The course will last 64 hours.


Duration
64 hours
Coordinator

Gian Battista Bischetti

Costs

€ 566

Information material

The course will be provided with the blended learning teaching methodology.

Didactic plan
  • The socio-economic framework for the development of mountain areas
  • Alpine Macroregion: historical and institutional profiles
  • The framework of national and international policies on mountain
  • Elements of constitutional law
  • Article 44 co. 2 of the Italian Constitution and mountain areas: which model for the Republic?
  • The measures in favor of mountain areas: legal regulation of the mountain territory between uniformity and specificity, the role of State and Regions.
  • The local law and the Italian law n.56/2014
  • Elements of Administrative Law
  • Responsibility accounting and revenue management in the administrative proceedings. Basic legal aspects
  • The impact of the law and of EU policies
  • The mountain as a common good: legal theories and legal approaches to the topic
  • The government of the mountain territory
  • Policy Making in mountain areas
  • The territory as a legal right and its enhancement and protection in relation to mountain specificities
  • Law of sustainable development for the mountains
  • The mountain and the energy law
  • Elements of agricultural law
  • Elements of forest law
  • Laws relating to landscape and archaeological aspects
  • Law relating to the system of constraints for the hydrogeological and wooded areas
  • Law for the protected areas
  • Elements of law of tourism
  • The mountain professions
  • Testimonials
  • Workshops and focus groups
  • Laboratory: the relationship between the normative-legal aspects and socio-economic references in the approach to the mountain
Description
The course provides knowledge and skills related to the specific legislation and legal discipline for the mountain area.
Status
inactive (ed. 2016)
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