15/09/2014 Forever green!
In 1961, the International Labour Exhibition “People at work” was held in Turin to celebrate the first one hundred years of the unification of Italy. The City of Turin was chosen for this major event, known as Italia ’61, as it was the first capital city of Italy following unification as well as the industrial heart of the country.
The exhibition was held in the Pavilions that now host the Turin Centre, the United Nations System Staff College (UNSSC) and the United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI).
The Pavilions were laid out in the shape of the Italian peninsula, to offer visitors a relaxing walk from Trentino to Sicily, each hosting an exhibition showcasing the produce, culture and lifestyle specific to the region represented and surrounded by native trees and shrubs.
The campus is now populated by more than 600 trees of 52 different species ...more
Marcelle Franco Espíndola BARROS and her husband, Guilherme Freire de Melo BARROS, two Brazilian participants in the “Master of Laws (LL.M.) in International Trade Law - Contracts and Dispute Resolutions”, followed the same course of studies before getting married and participated in the TSD Master as a married couple.