Giovanni Pagano

Giovanni Pagano

Giovanni Pagano

Giovanni Pagano
Giovanni Pagano works as a researcher at EuVisions where he focuses primarily on the analysis of social networking platforms to assess public opinion, and on the uses of social media for discussing and participating in politics. Previously he worked as project manager and web editor for the Torino World Affairs Institute (T.wai), an independent think tank based in Turin, Italy.

pagano@euvisions.eu

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«There is no doubt that we live in highly specialised societies. The political problems that we deal with are however quite similar. So maybe a starting point to better understand an appropriate conception of solidarity for the EU could be the idea of a “mechanical” attitude in the Durkheimian sense. However, conviction to be part of a joint political project, rather than fear of suffering alone, should be the guiding principle of solidarity in the EU»