E-learning Course

How to reorganise a vulnerable country?

24 de fevereiro a 28 de abril de 2021

Online event


[Sessions between 5pm and 7 pm]

Wednesday, 24 February, 2021

The Role of Trade Unionism in Answering the Crisis 
Authors: Manuel Carvalho da Silva, Elísio Estanque and Hermes Augusto Costa

Thursday, 25 February, 2021
Environmental vulnerabilities and the means to address them: A Green New Deal for Portugal
Authors: Ricardo Coelho

Wednesday, 3 March, 2021
National macroeconomic vulnerabilities: a modern monetary approach
Authors: Paulo Coimbra e João Rodrigues

Thursday,March, 2021
The vulnerability of basic social institutions: the problem and the alternatives
Authors: Pedro Hespanha

Wednesday, 10 March, 2021
Health and Society
Authors: João Arriscado Nunes e Mauro Serapioni

Thursday, 11 March, 2021
(Un)employment: a reality revealed by COVID-19
Authors: João Ramos de Almeida, Ana Alves da Silva, José Castro Caldas

Wednesday, 17 March, 2021
The territory: reorganising the country internally after the unipolar model and delocalisation
Authors: José Reis

Thursday, 18 March, 2021
Inequalities in income distribution, work and family 
Authors: Lina Coelho

Wednesday, 07 April, 2021
State financialisation and social vulnerabilities
Authors: Ana Cordeiro Santos

Thursday, 08 April, 2021
The metropolitan crisis and the means of averting it
Authors: Ana Drago

Wednesday, 14 April, 2021
Two Decades of Regressive Reforms: The Growing Vulnerability of Public Income Provision in Reform
Authors: Maria Clara Murteira

Thursday, 15 April, 2021
Cities and Urban Network
Authors: José António Bandeirinha

Wednesday, 21 April, 2021
Family Vulnerability: Economic and psychosocial costs in families with young adult children
Authors: Ana Paula Relvas e Gabriela Fonseca

Thursday, 22 de abril de 2021
Private Interests and Social Costs
Authors: Vítor Neves

Wednesday, 28 de abril de 2021
Closing session and collective debate
Authors: Several