President Franco Pavoncello Attends "Panta Rei Lab" Debate

On July 17th, JCU President Franco Pavoncello was among the speakers at the first in a series of cultural meetings and discussions titled “Panta Rei Lab”, held in Rome’s Palazzo Braschi, just around the corner from Piazza Navona, which includes John Cabot University among its sponsors.

The event dealt with the topics of young people and youth employment and featured, along with President Pavoncello, Vice Minister of Welfare Michel Martone, Daniele Quinzi (director of Pocket magazine), Cristiana Falcone (World Economic Forum), Riccardo Corsini (vice president of Confcommercio Giovani) and Italian MPS Simone Crolla and Benedetto Della Vedova.

The Panta Rei Lab initiative will last until August 5th and will feature a series of debates, book presentations and concerts with leading personalities in the fields of politics, art, sport, music and design. Along with young people, one of the key themes is that of the importance of culture and its diffusion; for this purpose, around 5,000 books of various genres will be freely distributed to members of the public attending these events.

Along with John Cabot University, Panta Rei Lab is sponsored by institutions such as the Italian Senate, the Italian Chamber of Deputies, Unicef, and both the City and the Province of Rome.

Click here for the full program of events.