Conversations | Inequalities and Social Inclusion
The first of the 5 dimensions included in the “FEUC: 50 years” program concerns the holding of a cycle of conversations (talks) on topics that have a lot to do with FEUC and its teachers, raising contributions and perspectives from various disciplinary areas.
Cycle of live conversations dedicated to the themes that build tomorrow's society today. These are sessions open to the public with the presence of two FEUC professors specialized in the subject, a guest speaker and moderation by a journalist from Gerador. Conversations will be recorded and made available later on video on the college website. Check out the dates and topics below and click here for more details. Admission is free.
Venue: FEUC Multipurpose Room
March 15, 2023
Inequalities and Social Inclusion
Inequality takes on a multitude of forms, being transversal to all societies. What processes contribute to the production of social inequalities and what role do social inclusion policies play? A conversation that includes the intervention of Rosa Monteiro, former Secretary of State for Citizenship and Equality and current professor at FEUC, Carlos Farinha Rodrigues, professor at the Higher Institute of Economics and Management (ISEG), and Filipe Almeida, professor at FEUC and current President of the Portugal Social Innovation Mission Structure.