Keynote speakers



Marcel CRAHAY is a professor at the University of Geneva, Switzerland. The Belgian researcher is an expert in education systems, PhD in Educational Sciences, author of numerous studies and books that are centered on the concern for efficiency and equity of education. Doctor Honoris Causa of our University in 2009.



Fabrizio d’Aniello is Associate Professor in General and Social Pedagogy at the Department of Education, Cultural Heritage and Tourism of the University of Macerata, one of the oldest and most prestigious universities in Italy. He teaches General Pedagogy and Work Pedagogy. His research activity mainly concerns the pedagogy of work and, in particular, the issue/problem of educability in today’s productive work contexts.




Ion NEACŞU is a university professor of the University of Bucharest, Faculty of Psychology. His prestigious work in education is materialized in titles well-known by teachers and not only .





Rodica Mariana NICULESCU is a university professor of Transilvania University of Brasov and associate consultant at Brigus Group Toronto, Canada. Former Dean of the Faculty of Psychology published important monographs on curriculum and specialty papers in the country and abroad.




Associate Professor of the Department of Science and Education of the University of Florence, Italy, Silvia Guetta has as research general pedagogy and social pedagogy, showing a real concern for intercultural education, religious dialogue, Feuerstein approach and methodology in contexts of marginality. In 2015 she is among the winners in pedagogy, awarded by the Italian Society of Pedagogy.




Michael Stevens is Professor Emeritus at the University of Illinois, USA, led the undergraduate program in counseling for 16 years and was president of A.P.A. (American Psychological Association). Gradually evolving from counseling to international psychology, Michael Stevens has been invited to numerous international conferences, establishing research and collaboration relationships with universities worldwide.