CESRAM took its first steps over the eighties of the twentieth century at the University of Salento. Thanks to the teaching and research work carried out by prof. Antonio Donno, a growing group of young scholars of the history of international relations first worked around American policy issues, then on Middle East history, Judaism and Israel. Now CESRAM is a solid and united research group in the field of international relations.
The European Intelligence Academy was established in 2013 as an international network of intelligence studies scholars, specialists and students, who are dedicated to promoting research and scholarship across the European Union (EU), as well as between the EU and other parts of the world. One of the primary aims of the EIA network is to highlight the work of emerging graduate and undergraduate scholars in the intelligence studies field, while encouraging cooperation in research and scholarship between students of intelligence.
Geocrime Education Association (GEA) claims to provide new ways of looking at criminal and terrorist phenomena that operate in the international political system, influencing its outputs. Building on a longstanding practice experience, corroborated by the historical reading of these phenomena, GEA deeply analyzes the contemporary in order to understand its dynamics and outline its possible outcomes.
Human Rights at Sea is a Foundation Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO)& Registered Charity (Number 1161673) based in the United Kingdom. Our Mission is to explicitly raise awareness, implementation and accountability of human rights provisions throughout the maritime environment, especially where they are currently absent, ignored or being abused. The Human Rights at Sea charitable organisation has been independently developed for the benefit of the international community for matters concerning explicit engagement with human rights issues in the maritime environment.