• Child - a Sustainable Future for Nations

    Online, April 9-10

About us

In 1995 an interdisciplinary group of technicians from multiple areas and professional contexts came together and created a social cooperative called “+ Criança”. This project was developed for almost a decade, consisting of a group of seminars and debates about Children’s Rights and its Superior Interest, including a reflexion around Children’s citizenry.

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€ 100.00

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€ 40.00

Speakers

Angelita Maria Ferreira Machado Rios

Physical Expertise

Angelita Maria Ferreira Machado Rios

Physical Expertise

 

Denise Casanova Villela

Public Prosecutor

Denise Casanova Villela

Public Prosecutor

Public prosecutor in Rio Grande do Sul - Brasil and Coordinator of CAOIJEFAM of the Public Prosecutor's Office of Rio Grande Sul. 

Jorge Manuel Leitão Ferreira

Professor and Researcher

Jorge Manuel Leitão Ferreira

Professor and Researcher

Jorge M. L. Ferreira, Doctor of Social Work in the specialty of Social Work, Social Policies and Society. Lecture Professor at ISCTE - University Institute of Lisbon. Director of Degree and Doctoral program in Social Work. Deputy director of the Department of Political Science and Public Policy. Secretary of REdidi - Teaching Network and Research in Childhood. Research Center: CIES – IUL (Research Center Sociology Studies – University Institute of Lisbon). Research line: Political and Citizenship. Areas of Research: Theoretical Investigation (Epistemology, theory of social work and two interdisciplinary knowledge) and Applied Research (Social Work Practice in Context Institutional, Community and Family under the Child, Family, Adults in vulnerable social protection system social and social policies). Have several scientific publications and communications on national and international seminars, conferences in the field of Social Work. Member of the editorial board of several National and international journals of Social Work.

Luiziana Souto Schaefer

Psychic Expertise

Luiziana Souto Schaefer

Psychic Expertise

Psychologist. PhD in Psychology (PUCRS) with internship on the department of Legal Medicine and Forensic Sciences (U. Porto) at the National Institute of Legal Medicine and Forensic Sciences - North Delegation, Portugal (INMLCF,I.P.). 

Manuel Sarmento

Professor and Researcher

Manuel Sarmento

Professor and Researcher

 

Maria Virgínia Brás Gomes

 

Maria Virgínia Brás Gomes

 

Senior Social Policy Adviser in the Directorate-General for Social Security

Neil Gilbert

Chernin Professor of Social Welfare

Neil Gilbert

Chernin Professor of Social Welfare

Neil Gilbert is the Milton and Gertrude Chernin Professor of Social Welfare and Social Services. He served as the School's acting dean (1994-96) as well as chair of the doctoral program for a five-year period. He was also vice-chair and chair of the Berkeley Senate Faculty's Graduate Council.

Dr. Gilbert was a senior research fellow at the United Nations Research Institute for Social Development in Geneva. He was a recipient of the Senior Fulbright Research Fellowship to study the changing structure of social services in the British welfare state. He has served as a visiting Fulbright lecturer at Tel Aviv University in Israel. He was awarded a second Fulbright Fellowship to study European Social Policy as a visiting scholar at the London School of Economics and Political Science and at the University of Stockholm Social Research Institute. In 1993 and 1997, Dr. Gilbert served as a visiting scholar at the International Social Security Association in Geneva. In 2010 he was a visiting scholar at Oxford University Department of Social Policy and was a visiting professor at the University of Hamburg in 2016.

His numerous publications include 32 books and over 145 articles that have appeared in The Wall Street JournalThe Public InterestSocietyCommentaryThe American Interest, The Atlantic and leading academic journals. Several of his books have been translated into Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Italian. His book, Capitalism and the Welfare State (Yale University Press) was a New York Times notable book and also reviewed in the New York Review of Books. His 1995 book, Welfare Justice: Restoring Social Equity, was published by Yale University Press and reviewed in the Wall Street JournalPartisan Review and The Washington Times. In 2002, Transformation of the Welfare State, published by Oxford University Press was reviewed in the New York Review of BooksThe New Republic and well-known academic journals. His 2008 book, A Mother's Work: How Feminism, the Market and Policy Shape Family Life (Yale University Press), was reviewed in the Atlantic Monthly. His most recent book is Never Enough: Capitalism and The Progressive Spirit (Oxford University Press 2017). Vanguard essays adapted from this work have been published in The American Interest and The Atlantic Magazine.

Dr. Gilbert was the US Delegate to Oxford University Press for Social Work and Sociology, served on the board of trustees of the Head-Royce School and is chairman of the board of Seneca Center. In 1987, he was awarded the University of Pittsburgh Bicentennial Medallion of Distinction. In 2000 he was voted the UC Berkeley School of Social Welfare Teacher of the Year.

 

Resmiye Oral

Pediatrician

Resmiye Oral

Pediatrician

University of Iowa - Pediatrician

Dr. Resmiye Oral is a clinical professor of pediatrics and director of the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine’s Child Protection Program.


MD, Medicine, Ege University Medical School, Izmir, Turkey
Resident, Pediatrics, Dr. Behcet Uz State Teaching Hospital for Children, Izmir, Turkey
Extern, Neonatal Intensive Care, Cornell Medical Center, New York, New York
Fellow, Neonatology, Ege University Medical School
Fellow, Child Abuse and Neglect, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio
Resident, Pediatrics, Long Island College Hospital, New York, New York

Research Summary
Drug Exposed Children and Neonates - Forensic Pediatrics - Child Abuse and Neglect - Shaken Impact Syndrome - Trauma Informed Care and Family Well-being assessment practices - systems building in developing countries to prevent child abuse and neglect

Teresa Magalhães

Forensic Doctor

Teresa Magalhães

Forensic Doctor

Expert in Legal Medicine.

 

Spyros Spyrou

Vice Chairperson, Professor, Sociocultural Anthropology

Spyros Spyrou

Vice Chairperson, Professor, Sociocultural Anthropology

Spyros Spyrou is Professor of Anthropology at European University Cyprus. His work has explored children’s identities (especially in relation to nationalism, migration, and borders) as well as questions of poverty, social exclusion, and vulnerability including ways of empowering children and young people to become knowledge producers through participatory approaches to research. In his most recent work, he has engaged with broader discussions on knowledge production in Childhood Studies. Spyros is currently working on a project funded by the A.G. Leventis Foundation and the Hellenic Observatory at the LSE researching the role of children and young people as political actors in light of their participation in climate action. He is the author of Disclosing Childhoods: Research and Knowledge Production for a Critical Childhood Studies (2018, Palgrave Macmillan) and co-editor of Reimagining Childhood Studies (2019, Bloomsbury) and Children and Borders (2014, Palgrave Macmillan). He is also Associate Editor of The SAGE Encyclopedia of Children and Childhood Studies, co-editor of the journal Childhood (SAGE), and co-editor of the book series Studies in Childhood and Youth (Palgrave).

 

Organising Committee

Ivone Jacob (eventQualia)

Jorge Ferreira (ISCTE-IUL)

Manuel Sarmento (IE-UMinho)

Teresa Magalhães (FMUP; SpeCan)

Committee of honor

Ana Lage, Armando Leandro, Carlos Monjardino, Eugénia Duarte, Joaquina Madeira, Maia Neto, Manuela Ramalho Eanes, Maria José Gamboa, Maria José Lobo Fernandes, Maria Virgínia Brás Gomes, Rosário Farmhouse e Violete Morgado

Scientific Committee

Agostinho Santos (INMLCF; Universidade do Porto)

Ana Nunes de Almeida (ICS-Universidade de Lisboa)

Antónia Picornell Lucas (Universidade de Salamanca; Presidente da REDidi)

António Lopez (UNED, Espanha)

Carlos Neto (FMH-Universidade de Lisboa)

David Pina (Universidade de Murcia)

Isabel Soares (Universidade do Minho; ProChild CoLAB)

Jill Duerr Berrick (University of California at Berkeley, EUA)

Lourdes Gaitan  (Universidade Complutense de Madrid, Espanha)

Madalena Oliveira (Universidade de Trás-os-montes e Alto Douro)

Manuel Meneses (Instituto Miguel Torga de Coimbra)

Maria João Alves (Universidade do Porto)

Maria João Barroso Pena (ISCTE – Instituto Universitário de Lisboa)

Marinalva Conserva (Universidade da Paraíba, Brasil)

Sandra Saleiro, Socióloga (CIES, ISCTE - Instituto Universitário de Lisboa)

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