Institute of Culture
was born at the hands of family members, friends and associates of
the versatile pro-European Caserta, who died prematurely in 1994,
with the intention to collect and develop civic engagement, social
and political development that has the distinguished ' He operated in
the course of his life.
with this objective, the Institute of Culture, which aims to promote
the development of culture and knowledge, teaching, research, and
critical transmission of humanities, science and technology, plays,
with an interdisciplinary approach , research and cultural and
scientific promotion in three main areas: Europe, the parity
democracy and interculturalism. In these areas, the Institute
promotes civic participation initiatives, conferences, seminars,
study programs and research, through a cultural policy that favors
the collaboration with other institutions of a similar nature and
with public and private entities, national and international.
Institute of Culture is non-partisan, which has no ties to any
particular religious denomination and has no profit objective, so
that all those who so wish may freely participate in its initiatives,
activities and management.
Institute's objectives are therefore:
of culture, knowledge and critical transmission of knowledge;
enhancement and protection of gender equality;
training and research;
teaching of languages and European and international cultures;
of the merits in the commitment, the passion and the ability of those
improve the quality of life of their community and humanity.
Institute of Culture
wants to represent, also, the place where you want to enhance the
female professionals working in the society, in the public and
private sectors and promotes a culture of careful gender equality in
an open dialogue interculturalism . For this purpose, the goal is to
constantly draw the attention of the political world, institutions,
business and the world of work on innovative ideas and projects, to
promote and support the affirmation of women's professional skills as
part of a renewed idea of Europe
and develop a culture of responsibility and excellence at all levels,
adequate to govern the challenges of modernity and globalization.
Logo of the Institute of Culture
is the image of a Cornucopia (from the Latin cornu, "horn"
and copies, "abundance"), horn filled with fruits and
flowers, which is the symbol of abundance, fertility and public
happiness. A cornucopia is generally something that "pours"
without end and, therefore, is the subject of the best summary of the
prosperity of an idea, a commitment and a common project.