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 The economy shall be green

Lecture-Debate | Political economist - hopeful dialogues in somber times

 The economy shall be green
September 30, 2021, 18h00 (GMT+1), Online event

Research Highlights


Work, Telework and Technology: New frontiers of inequalities

Seminar #7 | «Deconfined Talks II»

Work, Telework and Technology: New frontiers of inequalities
Tiago Santos Pereira
September 28, 2021, 16h00 (GMT+1), Online event
Caring for Care

SEMINAR | CONSTRUCTING THE EPISTEMOLOGIES OF THE SOUTH

Caring for Care
José Soeiro
Rita Serra
Teresa Cunha
September 28, 2021, 14h00 (GMT+1), Online event
Final Balance of the Project 25AprilPTLab

Meeting-Q&A

Final Balance of the Project 25AprilPTLab
September 28, 2021, Room 1, CES | Alta
Citizens' Commitment to Risk Governance. From Inaction to Co-Decision

Cescontexto | Debates, Issue 30

Citizens' Commitment to Risk Governance. From Inaction to Co-Decision
Editors: José Manuel Mendes, Alexandre Tavares & Alexandra Aragão | September 2021
Social and economic vulnerabilities and transformations

5th Annual Political Economy Meeting

Social and economic vulnerabilities and transformations
28th & 29th of January 2022, Faculty of Economics of the University of Algarve >> Call for proposals until October 8, 2021
Complexity and change: thinking, practices and processes for addressing global challenges (2nd Edition)

CES Winter School

Complexity and change: thinking, practices and processes for addressing global challenges (2nd Edition)
16, 17, 18, 19, 22 (+23) November 2021, 11:00am - 06:00pm (GMT), Online | SECOND CALL for applications >> until 14 October 2021
Human Right to Adequate Food and Nutrition - HRtAFN

Debate Series

Human Right to Adequate Food and Nutrition - HRtAFN
5, 19, 26 de julho; 6, 13, 20 de setembro; 15, 18 de outubro | 2021 || 14h30-17h30 (GMT+1), Online event
MEDIA 

ces community

MEDIA 
Video recordings of CES activities | News | Opinion articles
Incarceration and Society: From the Colonial Period to Its Postcolonial Legacies

e-cadernos CES | Call for papers

Incarceration and Society: From the Colonial Period to Its Postcolonial Legacies
Editors: Diana Andringa, Júlia Garraio | Deadline for submission: November 30, 2021
Prevention, Transparency and Accountability: from law to institutional practices against corruption

Seminar | Interdisciplinary Meeting "Pathways of Corruption"| Barometer of the Implementation of National Anti-Corruption Strategies (BeNAC)

Prevention, Transparency and Accountability: from law to institutional practices against corruption
October 14, 2021, 15h00-17h00 (GMT+1), Online event >> Open Registrations
AmarElo: artivism and the epistemologies of the south. A conversation between Emicida, Boaventura de Sousa Santos and Sara Araújo

Seminar

AmarElo: artivism and the epistemologies of the south. A conversation between Emicida, Boaventura de Sousa Santos and Sara Araújo
October 19, 2021, 19h00-21h00, Online event
Current research themes in Social Sciences

XVI Young Social Scientists

Current research themes in Social Sciences
October 25, 2021, 10h00-16h30 (GMT+1), Online event

Doctoral Programme | Labour Relations, Social Inequalities and Trade Unionism

«‘Novas’ formas de fuga ao direito do trabalho nos relacionamentos empresariais fictícios» by Sandra Regina Ribeiro da Graça
October 4th. 2021, 02:45pm, videoconference
 The economy shall be green

Lecture-Debate | Political economist - hopeful dialogues in somber times

 The economy shall be green
September 30, 2021, 18h00 (GMT+1), Online event

Research Highlights


Work, Telework and Technology: New frontiers of inequalities

Seminar #7 | «Deconfined Talks II»

Work, Telework and Technology: New frontiers of inequalities
Tiago Santos Pereira
September 28, 2021, 16h00 (GMT+1), Online event
Caring for Care

SEMINAR | CONSTRUCTING THE EPISTEMOLOGIES OF THE SOUTH

Caring for Care
José Soeiro
Rita Serra
Teresa Cunha
September 28, 2021, 14h00 (GMT+1), Online event
Final Balance of the Project 25AprilPTLab

Meeting-Q&A

Final Balance of the Project 25AprilPTLab
September 28, 2021, Room 1, CES | Alta
Citizens' Commitment to Risk Governance. From Inaction to Co-Decision

Cescontexto | Debates, Issue 30

Citizens' Commitment to Risk Governance. From Inaction to Co-Decision
Editors: José Manuel Mendes, Alexandre Tavares & Alexandra Aragão | September 2021
Social and economic vulnerabilities and transformations

5th Annual Political Economy Meeting

Social and economic vulnerabilities and transformations
28th & 29th of January 2022, Faculty of Economics of the University of Algarve >> Call for proposals until October 8, 2021
Complexity and change: thinking, practices and processes for addressing global challenges (2nd Edition)

CES Winter School

Complexity and change: thinking, practices and processes for addressing global challenges (2nd Edition)
16, 17, 18, 19, 22 (+23) November 2021, 11:00am - 06:00pm (GMT), Online | SECOND CALL for applications >> until 14 October 2021
Human Right to Adequate Food and Nutrition - HRtAFN

Debate Series

Human Right to Adequate Food and Nutrition - HRtAFN
5, 19, 26 de julho; 6, 13, 20 de setembro; 15, 18 de outubro | 2021 || 14h30-17h30 (GMT+1), Online event
MEDIA 

ces community

MEDIA 
Video recordings of CES activities | News | Opinion articles
Incarceration and Society: From the Colonial Period to Its Postcolonial Legacies

e-cadernos CES | Call for papers

Incarceration and Society: From the Colonial Period to Its Postcolonial Legacies
Editors: Diana Andringa, Júlia Garraio | Deadline for submission: November 30, 2021
Prevention, Transparency and Accountability: from law to institutional practices against corruption

Seminar | Interdisciplinary Meeting "Pathways of Corruption"| Barometer of the Implementation of National Anti-Corruption Strategies (BeNAC)

Prevention, Transparency and Accountability: from law to institutional practices against corruption
October 14, 2021, 15h00-17h00 (GMT+1), Online event >> Open Registrations
AmarElo: artivism and the epistemologies of the south. A conversation between Emicida, Boaventura de Sousa Santos and Sara Araújo

Seminar

AmarElo: artivism and the epistemologies of the south. A conversation between Emicida, Boaventura de Sousa Santos and Sara Araújo
October 19, 2021, 19h00-21h00, Online event
Current research themes in Social Sciences

XVI Young Social Scientists

Current research themes in Social Sciences
October 25, 2021, 10h00-16h30 (GMT+1), Online event

Doctoral Programme | Labour Relations, Social Inequalities and Trade Unionism

«‘Novas’ formas de fuga ao direito do trabalho nos relacionamentos empresariais fictícios» by Sandra Regina Ribeiro da Graça
October 4th. 2021, 02:45pm, videoconference
 The economy shall be green

Lecture-Debate | Political economist - hopeful dialogues in somber times

 The economy shall be green
September 30, 2021, 18h00 (GMT+1), Online event

Research Highlights


Work, Telework and Technology: New frontiers of inequalities

Seminar #7 | «Deconfined Talks II»

Work, Telework and Technology: New frontiers of inequalities
Tiago Santos Pereira
September 28, 2021, 16h00 (GMT+1), Online event
Caring for Care

SEMINAR | CONSTRUCTING THE EPISTEMOLOGIES OF THE SOUTH

Caring for Care
José Soeiro
Rita Serra
Teresa Cunha
September 28, 2021, 14h00 (GMT+1), Online event
Final Balance of the Project 25AprilPTLab

Meeting-Q&A

Final Balance of the Project 25AprilPTLab
September 28, 2021, Room 1, CES | Alta
Citizens' Commitment to Risk Governance. From Inaction to Co-Decision

Cescontexto | Debates, Issue 30

Citizens' Commitment to Risk Governance. From Inaction to Co-Decision
Editors: José Manuel Mendes, Alexandre Tavares & Alexandra Aragão | September 2021
Social and economic vulnerabilities and transformations

5th Annual Political Economy Meeting

Social and economic vulnerabilities and transformations
28th & 29th of January 2022, Faculty of Economics of the University of Algarve >> Call for proposals until October 8, 2021
Complexity and change: thinking, practices and processes for addressing global challenges (2nd Edition)

CES Winter School

Complexity and change: thinking, practices and processes for addressing global challenges (2nd Edition)
16, 17, 18, 19, 22 (+23) November 2021, 11:00am - 06:00pm (GMT), Online | SECOND CALL for applications >> until 14 October 2021
Human Right to Adequate Food and Nutrition - HRtAFN

Debate Series

Human Right to Adequate Food and Nutrition - HRtAFN
5, 19, 26 de julho; 6, 13, 20 de setembro; 15, 18 de outubro | 2021 || 14h30-17h30 (GMT+1), Online event
MEDIA 

ces community

MEDIA 
Video recordings of CES activities | News | Opinion articles
Incarceration and Society: From the Colonial Period to Its Postcolonial Legacies

e-cadernos CES | Call for papers

Incarceration and Society: From the Colonial Period to Its Postcolonial Legacies
Editors: Diana Andringa, Júlia Garraio | Deadline for submission: November 30, 2021
Prevention, Transparency and Accountability: from law to institutional practices against corruption

Seminar | Interdisciplinary Meeting "Pathways of Corruption"| Barometer of the Implementation of National Anti-Corruption Strategies (BeNAC)

Prevention, Transparency and Accountability: from law to institutional practices against corruption
October 14, 2021, 15h00-17h00 (GMT+1), Online event >> Open Registrations
AmarElo: artivism and the epistemologies of the south. A conversation between Emicida, Boaventura de Sousa Santos and Sara Araújo

Seminar

AmarElo: artivism and the epistemologies of the south. A conversation between Emicida, Boaventura de Sousa Santos and Sara Araújo
October 19, 2021, 19h00-21h00, Online event
Current research themes in Social Sciences

XVI Young Social Scientists

Current research themes in Social Sciences
October 25, 2021, 10h00-16h30 (GMT+1), Online event

Doctoral Programme | Labour Relations, Social Inequalities and Trade Unionism

«‘Novas’ formas de fuga ao direito do trabalho nos relacionamentos empresariais fictícios» by Sandra Regina Ribeiro da Graça
October 4th. 2021, 02:45pm, videoconference
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About CES

About CES

The Centre for Social Studies of the University of Coimbra is an institution for research and advanced training cutting across the social sciences, arts and humanities. Its aim is the production of critical knowledge in view of the establishment of a more inclusive and just society.