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5
Dec

Professor Miguel Ángel Gandarillas presents new projects in Berlin

Written on December 5, 2011 by Roberto Arribas in General

IE University professor Miguel Ángel Gandarillas presented in Berlinthe new projects and methodology resulted from the “Security in Diversity” European Program that he coordinates.  After the International Congress on Public Safety held at IE University, prof. Gandarillas was invited by Berlin police chiefs to present a project based on the new approach to be implemented in some neighbourhoods of that city, and in the frame of a new International Program on Research, Development, and Innovation on Public Safety and Governance raised from the previous European Program.  Prof. Gandarillas also visited some good practices and projects byBerlin police and other social institutions working on the integration of immigrant youth and families.  

The visit in part of the international diffusion activities of the research results, a main goal of this Program funded by the European Commission and developed with the collaboration of a large series of national and international institutions and experts.   

El profesor Miguel Ángel Gandarillas presenta nuevos proyectos en Berlín 

El profesor de la IEUniversityDr. Miguel Ángel Gandarillas Solinís presentó en Berlín los nuevos proyectos y metodologías resultantes del Programa Europeo “Seguridad en Diversidad” que él coordina.  Después del Congreso Internacional sobre Seguridad Ciudadana celebrado en la IEUniversity, el prof. Gandarillas fue invitado por mandos de la policía de Berlín a presentar un proyecto para ser llevado a cabo en algunos barrios de esta ciudad, basado en el nuevo enfoque y dentro del marco de un nuevo Programa Internacional de I+D+i en Seguridad Ciudadana y Gobernanza surgido del Programa Europeo. 

La vista es parte de las actividades de difusión internacional de los resultados de la investigación, un objetivo principal de este Programa financiado porla Comisión Europa, y que ha contado con la participación de una larga serie de instituciones y expertos nacionales e internacionales.

14
Oct

The International Congress on Public Safety in a Diverse Society, to be held by IE University in Segovia and Madrid from October 19th-22nd, will gather more than 100 specialists from different countries and disciplines, showing the multidisciplinary grounds of the future of public safety.  The Congress will be opened on Wednesday the 19th of October  at the IE University Campus in Segovia, by several local and national authorities including the Secretary of State of  Safety, Mr. Justo Tomás Zambrana. The Opening Conference will be delivered by one of the most prestigious criminologist in the World, prof. Adam Crawford, from the University of Leeds (United Kingdom). 

During 4 days, innovative practices in public safety from different countries will be presented, followed by a joint analyses of key issues and current challenges in public safety. This will lead to the definition of a series of International Guidelines on public safety from global approaches to be applied by local, national, and international institutions. This will help reflect the reality of a more and more open and interconnected World.   The International Conference on Public Safety, on the 21st is a particularly special event, during which principles and guidelines for  public safety in a diverse society will be summarised. This will be the culmination of an international process comprising of meetings in several countries.  The opening talk at the International Conference will be delivered by Navarra Vice-president and Regional Minister of Presidency, Public Administrations, and Home Affairs, Sr. Roberto Jimenez Alli.  

International Guidelines and conclusions will be presented on October the 22nd during the Closing day of the Congress and will be read out by experts such as psychologist, Mr. Javier Urra.  The results of the “Security in Diversity” European project will also be presented. The Congress is part of this project, coordinated by IE University professor Miguel Ángel Gandarillas with the collaboration of a wide range of national and international institutions. 

Segovia y Madrid, ciudades anfitrionas del Congreso Internacional sobre Seguridad Ciudadana de IE University 

Del 19 al 22 de octubre, IE University celebra el Congreso Internacional sobre Seguridad Ciudadana en la Sociedad Diversa, en su campus de Segovia y en Madrid, que reunirá más de un centenar de especialistas de diferentes países y disciplinas que debatirán sobre el carácter multiprofesional del futuro de la seguridad ciudadana.El Congreso será inaugurado el miércoles 19 de octubre en el Campus de IE University en Segovia, con la presencia del Secretario de Estado de Seguridad, Justo Tomás Zambrana y otras autoridades locales y nacionales.  La conferencia inaugural correrá a cargo del profesor Adam Crawford,  de la Universidad de Leeds (Reino Unido), uno de los más prestigiosos criminólogos del mundo. 

A lo largo de cuatro intensos días, se presentarán prácticas innovadoras en seguridad ciudadana de diferentes países y se analizará de forma conjunta temáticas clave y retos actuales en esta materia.  Todo ello conducirá a la elaboración de una serie de Directrices Internacionales sobre seguridad ciudadana con el objetivo de que sean aplicadas por instituciones locales, nacionales, e internacionales desde enfoques globales, reflejo de la realidad de un mundo cada vez más abierto e interconectado. Además, cabe reseñar la celebración de la Conferencia Internacional, el día 21 de octubre, en la que se sintetizarán los principios y directrices de una seguridad ciudadana para la sociedad diversa, y que culmina un proceso internacional con encuentros en diversos países.  La apertura de esta Conferencia Internacional correrá a cargo del Vicepresidente Primero del Gobierno de Navarra y Consejero de Presidencia, Administraciones Públicas e Interior, Roberto Jiménez Alli.  

Las directrices internacionales y las conclusiones serán presentadas el 22 de octubre en la Jornada de Clausura del Congreso, y serán debatidas por expertos como el psicólogo Javier Urra.  También se expondrán los resultados del estudio “Seguridad en Diversidad”, proyecto europeo dirigido por el profesor de IE University Miguel Ángel Gandarillas, con la colaboración de un amplio número de entidades nacionales e internacionales y el patrocinio de la Comisión Europea, y en cuyo contexto se desarrolla este Congreso.

21
Jan

Security in Diversity European Project

Written on January 21, 2011 by Roberto Arribas in Learning Activities, Psychology, Seminars

NEW PROFESSIONAL PROFILES AND INNOVATIVE PRACTICES IN PUBLIC SAFETY AND URBAN MANAGEMENT, CORE SUBJECTS OF THE TRAINING PROGRAM OF THE “SECURITY IN DIVERSITY” EUROPEAN PROJECT 

The “Security in Diversity” project of IE University begins 2011 with a pioneer Training Program on new professional profiles and innovative practices in public safety and urban management to approach the challenges and opportunities of our global, diverse, and technological cities of this XXI Century, such as Madrid Central District, where the activities of the projects are carried out.  The courses are designed based on the results of an international study developed through the project since 2009.  The training program is aimed at practitioners of collaborating institutions and related entities.  Funded by the European Commission, the series of Program courses will allow an active analysis between national and international lecturers and participants on the opportunities of new international practices to face the present and future challenges in the Spanish society in general, and in Madrid in particular. 

The program focuses in three knowledge areas: Public safety and community police; integral community management; and other urban specialties (community health, urban planning, environment, citizen participation, justice, economy and employment, communication, new technologies…).  The Program will start with a course titled, “Models and Practices of Public Safety Centered in the Neighborhood: An Analysis of Present Tendencies”, and it will be opened with a talk by Mr. Antonio Jorge Resende da Silva, Chief of the National Police at Loures (Portugal), who will address the Public Safety Local Contract of Loures and the experience of proximity police in Portugal, the 27th of January. 

The day before, a third meeting of the International Seminar on Innovative Practices around Public Safety will also have the presence of Chief Resende da Silva, who in this case will talk about the philosophy of neighborhood-centered policing.  The International Seminar is complementary to the training program, and it is aimed at police chiefs and managers of community and local services.  It will end in the International Congress on Public Safety in a Diverse Society next October in Segovia and Madrid. 

More information, in the Web of the project: http://www.ie.edu/university/safetyinnova

20
Jan

LOS NUEVOS PERFILES PROFESIONALES Y LAS PRÁCTICAS INNOVADORAS EN SEGURIDAD CIUDADANA Y GESTIÓN URBANA, EJES DEL PROGRAMA FORMATIVO DE ESTE PROYECTO

El proyecto “Seguridad en Diversidad” inicia el año 2011 con un pionero programa formativo sobre nuevos perfiles profesionales y prácticas innovadoras en seguridad ciudadana y gestión urbana para responder a los retos y oportunidades de la ciudad global, diversa y tecnológica del S. XXI, como es el Distrito Centro de Madrid, donde centra sus actividades.  

Los cursos han sido diseñados a partir de los resultados obtenidos en el estudio internacional que el proyecto viene desarrollando desde el año 2009.  El programa formativo, dirigido a los profesionales de entidades que colaboran con el proyecto y de áreas relacionadas, cuenta con la financiación de la Comisión Europea para analizar con los alumnos, desde una metodología participativa, las aplicaciones de las nuevas prácticas internacionales en seguridad ciudadana y gestión comunitaria a los retos de la sociedad española en general, y de Madrid en particular.  Se centra en tres áreas de conocimiento: Seguridad pública y policía comunitaria, gestión integral comunitaria, y otras especialidades urbanas (salud, urbanismo, medio ambiente, participación ciudadana, justicia, economía y empleo).  Read more…

30
Jun

IE University professor of Psychology Miguel Ángel Gandarillas Solinís will present his latest research results on academic methodology for higher education at EDULEARN10, the International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies, which take place in Barcelona from the 5th to the 7th of July. The main goal of the International Conference is to promote and disseminate experiences in new technologies applied to education in all fields and disciplines. Dr. Gandarillas will present the results of a series of research projects designed to improve educational methodology and academic management to take advantage of new technologies and to adapt them to the increasing diversity of European classrooms.

Dr. Gandarillas’ work stresses the diversity of student´s needs, resources, and potentials for learning in the present and future European university.  His work suggests that universities need to identify, orientate, and develop psycho-educational attributes of students throughout the educational process, allowing the student to advance and gain mastery in fields such as learning strategy, critical and creative thinking, and knowledge management.  Dr. Gandarillas proposes a “university-student relationship-management model” that treats the relationship as a knowledge value chain which becomes the axis of the university management structure.  In this model, the student plays an active role as a vehicle to add and integrate knowledge and competencies as core values.  According Professor Gandarillas, new technologies are fundamental to the efficiency and efficacy of academic management and should be adapted to the “learning diversity” of present and future international classrooms.

A group of IE University psychology professors and students also participated in these projects, including professors Gonzalo Martínez, Pilar Gómez, Blanca Barrio, and student Fátima Martí .

EDULEARN10 is an international forum where latest innovations in methodologies applied to research and education will be debated.  More than 500 specialists and researchers from 65 countries will be present.

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