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Towards a global socioeconomy. Solidarity Economy in times of conservatism and populism

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The summer school consists of a diverse set of activities, namely: 1) expositive sessions with specialists from different countries; 2) discussion panels; 3) visits to different Solidarity Economy initiatives in Lisbon; 4) free presentations; 5) working meetings with specialists (for PhD students); 6) cultural and social activities.

The sessions are organised in order to allow a solidarity economy approach based on different thematic perspectives - theoretical-conceptual, democratic participation, social innovation, institutional recognition, governance - in a broad European and global perspective.

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

- critically analyse the lack of institutional recognition of the Solidarity Economy in Europe;

- recognise the need for a theoretical and epistemological enlargement of the concept of economy, in order to cover other substantive issues;

- identify theoretical contributions for an enrichment of Solidarity Economy as a field of studies (like feminist theories,  family economics, institutionalist theories,  commons, etc);

- reinforce the discussion about the non-economic dimensions of Solidarity Economy, showing their relevance in the construction of the autonomy of the subjects and of the collectives to which they belong;

- reflect on innumerable urban and rural experiences that do not fit into the categories of Social Economy nor into those usually known in Solidarity Economy, creating space for new typologies.

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