The international meeting organized by the Magna Grecia Foundation in the nineteenth-century Villa Matarazzo of Santa Maria di Castellabate represents an important moment of discussion on the possible futures of Southern Italy
The fifth edition of “SUDeFUTURI’, energies in the south between history and innovation. Resources, obstacles and opportunities”, the international meeting organized by the Magna Grecia Foundation in the nineteenth-century Villa Matarazzo of Santa Maria di Castellabate, represents an important moment of discussion on possible futures of Southern Italy and sees the participation as a media partnership of the Pubbliemme–Diemmecom–LaC Network–ViaCondotti21 group, the collaboration of AdnKronos and the Pio Alferano Foundation, the patronage of the Municipalities of Castellabate, Capaccio Paestum and the Cilento National Park.
“Properties that are no longer used – says Nuccio Altieri, president of Invimit – create situations of degradation and not development, indeed they create a large cone of shadow in the territories where they exist. This is why we are closing this major national tender on student residences. They are happy that among the over one hundred properties candidate to host student residences in university cities there are half in the central south and half in the central north. This will certainly help young people find cheaper and more comfortable accommodation situations and above all improve the educational offer in the central south where there is great educational excellence but requires accommodation services for students”.
The project “is developed in all regions of Italy, in each region we have found properties that lend themselves to this service, which are close to university buildings and which have at least 2,500 square meters to create modern structures, smart hotels with modular services to give young people the opportunity to have an efficient, contemporary and economical service to also attract students from outside Italy”.