Seminar #9 | «Deconfined Talks»

What will I do when everything burns down? Diversity and caring relationships in people over 60

Ana Cristina Santos (CES)

September 1, 2020, 16h00 (GMT +01:00)

Evento em formato digital

Comments by Cecília MacDowell Santos (CES/USF)  and  Susana de Noronha (CES)

The ninth session of the «Deconfined Talks» debate series will reflect on aging, diversity and care from the concept of "risk group". Data from the European project CILIA LGBTQI+ show that the population over 60 is particularly vulnerable to cumulative discrimination processes. This vulnerability is associated with situations of isolation, illness, economic fragility and the absence of care networks, factors that take on specific outlines in times of crisis, requiring appropriate responses.

The open access «Deconfined Talks» seminars focus on the pandemic, its implications on the multiple dimensions that concern the CES community, among others topics currently worth discussing.


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