Towards a global socioeconomy. Solidarity Economy in times of conservatism and populism
Since 2008, ECOSOL-CES has been strengthening its position as a research group on Solidarity Economy, with attention to what has been happening in Portugal and always in dialogue with other experiences in Europe and outside Europe, particularly in Latin America.
In recent years, it has been present in the theoretical and epistemological debate and in the identification of the field experiences that characterise and specify the Solidarity Economy in Portugal, as marked by old and new collective experiences of production, consumption, credit and social reproduction. Ecosol-CES has been investing in the strengthening and dissemination of its academic production, in thematic seminars and in the building of international partnerships, increasingly integrated into the academic challenges assumed by the Centre for Social Studies.