SOCIAL AND SOLIDARITY ECONOMY

Sustainable Development Goals: Synergies and Opportunities

ONLINE - 22 to 26 November 2021

Conference Programme

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SOCIAL AND SOLIDARITY ECONOMY in implementing SDGs

10:00 a.m. Opening Ceremony
Vice President of the Board of AIPES - Maria Fátima Belo Alves
Her Excellency the Regional Secretary for Social Inclusion and Citizenship of the Regional Government of Madeira, Rita
Andrade

10:30 a.m.
PANEL 1: SOLIDARITY ECONOMY, THE 'ECONOMY' OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT?
Moderator: Marisa Nóbrega, President of the Board of AIPES
Rogério Roque Amaro, Associate Professor, Coordinator of International Studies and researcher at ISCTE-University Institute
of Lisbon, Portugal.
The Primordial Value of Social Bonds
Luíz Inácio Gaiger, Coordinator of the Latin American Network of Social and Solidarity Economy Researchers, Professor of
Social Sciences at the University of Vale do Rio dos Sinos, Brazil.

Social Economy in Sustainable Development
Manuel Belo Moreira, Chairman of the Board of Directors of CIRIEC Portugal, Retired Professor at the ISA - Higher Institute
of Agronomy
12:30 p.m.
Lunch break
2:00 p.m.
PANEL 2: POVERTY, SOCIAL EXCLUSION AND INEQUALITIES
Moderator: Joaquim Croca Caeiro, Associate Professor at ISCSP and coordinator of the School of Local Development
Sisyphus in the Fight Against Poverty
Jordi Estivill Pascual, Professor Emeritus of Social Policy at the University of Barcelona, Expert in Social Exclusion.
Edmundo Martinho, Chairman of Santa Casa da Misericórdia of Lisbon.
Poverty in Portugal: what we know and what remains to be done
Sandra Araújo, Executive Director at AT EAPN Portugal.
4:00 p.m.
EXPERIMENTS IN SOCIAL AND SOLIDARITY ECONOMY
Just a Change Association (Portugal)
António Bello, CEO
Needs Map (İhtiyaç Haritası) a non-profit platform (Turkey)
Ali Ercan Özgür, Co-founder of Needs Map
5:00 p.m.
End of the Day

Decent Work, Health and Well-Being

9:30 a.m.
Panel 3: EMPLOYMENT AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Moderator: Ricardo Fabrício Rodrigues, Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Social Sciences of the University of Madeira.
The Role of ESS in the Construction of a New Economy Centered on People and Not on Capital
Pedro Hespanha, Professor Emeritus of the University of Coimbra, founder of CES
Cooperatives as an Instrument to Promote Decent, Inclusive and Sustainable Work
Deolinda Meira, Coordinating Professor at the Polytechnic Institute of Porto/ISCAP, Researcher at CEOS.PP
The inclusion of Persons with Disabilities in the Labour Market - from the job search process to their permanence
Marta Alexandra Nogueira, Professor at the Higher School of Education and Social Sciences of the Polythechnic
11:15 a.m.
Break
11:30 a.m.
EXPERIMENTS IN SOCIAL AND SOLIDARITY ECONOMY
Microcredit - Cresaçor Cooperativa Regional dos Açores (Portugal)
Isabel Melo, Coordinator of the Entrepreneurship, Training and Microcredit Office
UtilDeco: Work Integration Social Enterprise (Romania)
Helena Vasiliu, Communication and Marketing Specialist
12:15 p.m.
Lunch break
2:00 p.m.
Panel 4: HEALTH AND WELL-BEING
Health, 'Other' Development and SDGs: Early Contributions
José Manuel Henriques, Professor at ISCTE-IUL University Institute of Lisbon, Researcher at Dinâmia Research Centre-CET
Mental Health as a Public Asset
Marco Paulino, Senior Graduate Assistant at the Santa Maria Hospital, Visiting Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Medicine
of Lisbon
Happiness as a Transforming Force in the Social Economy: tackling vulnerabilities with happiness policies
Gabriel Leite Mota, Visiting Assistant Professor at ISSP - Higher Institute of Social Work of Porto
The Importance of Promoting Mental Health in the Workplace
Gonçalo Filipe Jardim, Specialist Nurse in Mental Health and Psychiatry Nursing, Funchal Central Hospital and Casa de S. João
de Deus
5:00 p.m. PANEL 5: HEALTHY ENTITIES/COMPANIES AND SOCIAL INNOVATION FOR HEALTH AND ACHIEVING SDGs
Quality of Working Life and Remote Work
Marta Gil Lacruz, full professor at the University of Zaragoza and director of the consolidated research group of the University of
Zaragoza
Healthy Human Resources Strategies
Ana Isabel Gil Lacruz, full professor at the Department of Business Management and Organisation of the University of Zaragoza
SDGs and Corporate Social Responsibility, Roadmap for Workers' Health
María Isabel Sanz Gil, director of the HealthyOrg group, PhD and expert in sustainable economics: social economy or the third
sector, corporate social responsibility and sustainable tourism
Dilemmas and Solutions of a Generative Social Intervention in Elderly Care
Maria João Paixão, Social Worker at the Specialised Educational Resources Centre of
Ribeira Brava/Ponta do Sol of the Regional Directorate for EducationPresident of the AIPES General Assembly
6:00 p.m.
End of the Day


Quality Education and Gender Equality

10:00 a.m.
Panel 6: INCLUSIVE AND EQUAL EDUCATION
Moderator: Maria Fátima Belo Alves, Vice President of the Board of AIPES
Genauto C. de França Filho - Full Professor at the School of Administration, Federal University of Bahia (EAUFBA), CNPq
Researcher
Ariana Cosme, Coordinator of the School Life Observatory, Professor at the Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences
Inclusion and Equity, Vectors of a Quality Education
Célia Sousa, Coordinator of the Resource Centre for Digital Inclusion, Professor at the Higher School of Education and Social
Sciences of the Polytechnic Institute of Leiria
11:45 a.m.
Break
12:00 p.m.
PAPER PRESENTATION
Multiformat Literature: Inclusive Education and Gender Relations in Accessible Communication Practices
Alessandra Lopes de Oliveira Castelini - PhD in Cultural Diversity and Social Inclusion - FEEVALE/RS University.
Training Communities: Co-construction, care and informality at the heart of the learning environment
Sofia Pereira has a degree in Criminology (by the Faculty of Law of the University of Oporto) and a Master's Degree in Social
Economy (by the School of Economy and Management of the University of Minho).
12:30 p.m.
EXPERIMENTS IN SOCIAL AND SOLIDARITY ECONOMY
Confini (Borders), Sophia Social Enterprise (Italy)
Erminia Florio, Postdoctoral Fellow - HEC Montréal and Associate Sophia Cooperative
1:00 p.m.
Lunch break
2:00 p.m.
Panel 7: GENDER EQUALITY
Moderator: Madalena Sofia Oliveira, Professor at ISSSP - Higher Institute of Social Work of Porto, member of the AIPES Board
Women's Place? If we get into Universities, we must, in fact, occupy them
Fafate Costa - Journalist, Professor at the Federal Rural University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRRJ)

Rosana Almeida - President of the Cape Verde Institute for Gender Equality, Journalist
Manuel Albano - Vice-President of the Commission for Equality in Labour and Employment
3:50 p.m.
EXPERIMENTS IN SOCIAL AND SOLIDARITY ECONOMY
Working Gender Equality in Schools (Portugal)
Madalena Sofia Oliveira, ISSSP - Higher Institute of Social Work of Porto, AIPES - Association for Research and Promotion of
Social Economy
Municipal Plans for Equality in Practice
Mafalda Vicente, social worker
4:20 p.m.
PANEL 8: GENDER EQUALITY IN SOCIAL ECONOMY ORGANISATIONS
Moderator: Ana Guerreiro, criminologist and guest lecturer at the University of Maia (ISMAI), School of Criminology of the
Faculty of Law of the University of Porto (FDUP) and Polytechnic Military Institute (UPM)

Social Economy and Gender Equality: the Contrast between Discourse and Practice
Alcides Monteiro, associate professor with aggregation at the University of Beira Interior (UBI), Director of the Master's in
Entrepreneurship and Social Innovation and the Doctorate in Sociology

Immigrant NGOs as Entities Promoting Social Economy and Gender Equality
Joana Topa, Assistant Professor at the University of Maia-ISMAI and Researcher at the Interdisciplinary Centre for Gender
Studies at ISCSP-ULisbon

Looking for a Place to Talk: Communication Strategies of Gender Equality NGOs
Carla Cerqueira, assistant professor at Lusófona University of Porto, integrated researcher at CICANT - Centre for Research in
Applied Communication, Culture and New Technologies
6:00 p.m.
End of the Day

Sustainable Development on a Local and Global Scale: Contributions and Challenges

9:30 a.m.


Panel 9: LOCAL DEVELOPMENT
Rogério Roque Amaro, Associate Professor, Coordinator of International Studies and researcher at ISCTE-University Institute of
Lisbon, Portugal
Bárbara Ferreira, Professor at ISCTE-University Institute of Lisbon.
The assertion of Local Development? From innovation to claiming!
Marco Domingues, Chairman of the Board of ANIMAR - Portuguese Association for Local Development
11:15 a.m. Break
11:30 a.m. EXPERIMENTS IN SOCIAL AND SOLIDARITY ECONOMY
Cooperativa Integral Minga
Jorge Gonçalves, Chairman of the Board
12:30 p.m.


Lunch break
02:00 p.m.

PANEL 10: THE ENVIRONMENTAL DIMENSION OF SOCIAL AND SOLIDARITY ECONOMY
Moderator: Andreia Abreu, Social Worker, Member of the Supervisory Board of AIPES
Francisco Ferreira, Associate Professor at FCT NOVA, Nova University of Lisbon, President of Zero Environmental Association
José Mattos, Environmental Consultant at the Ethos Institute for Business and Social Responsibility (S. Paulo) and founder of
Via Floresta
04:00 p.m.

EXPERIMENTS IN SOCIAL AND SOLIDARITY ECONOMY
Coopérnico, cooperativa de desenvolvimento sustentável, CRL (Portugal)
Miguel Almeida, member of the Board

Green steps - Teatro Metaphora - Associação de Amigos das Artes
José António Barros, Chairman of the Board
04:20 p.m.

Break
04:30 p.m.

PAPER PRESENTATION
Moderator: Marisa Nóbrega, President of the Board of AIPES

Session 1:

A Shift in Paradigm for Measuring Impact Towards the Achievement of the SDGs
Laurie Mook, associate director and associate professor in the School of Community Resources and Development, and research
associate at the Lodestar Center for Nonprofit Innovation and Philanthropy, at Arizona State University
Challenges for the voluntary disclosure of information in Portuguese Private Social Solidarity Institutions (IPSS) - a reflection
Ana Sofia Costa, master's student at ESTG - Management of 3rd Sector Organisations - Degree in Social Education at the Higher
School of Education of the Polytechnic Institute of Porto.

Session 2:
Circular economy and social economy: Transitions in favour of organisational and community sustainability
Helena Luz - Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences of the University of Coimbra
Network projects by Social and Solidarity Economy organisations in the construction of sustainable communities: the
case of Associação Tempos Brilhantes
Elisabete Eufémia, consultant at Associação Tempos Brilhantes for growth, creativity and social innovation.
The Circular Economy as a Support of Sustainable Development - an Approach to Collaboration, Innovation and
Funding
Inês Silva | ESTG, Polythechnic of Porto
06:00 pm

End of the Day

Partnerships for Sustainable Development

9:30 a.m.
PANEL 11: POLITICAL (DEMOCRATIC) DIMENSION OF SOCIAL AND SOLIDARITY ECONOMY AND
SUSTAINABILITY
Jean-Louis Laville, Research Director at the Collège d'Etudes Mondiales in Paris, Professor of Solidarity Economy at the
Conservatoire National des Arts et Métires (CNAM), Researcher at LISE (CNRS-CNAM) and IFRIS
10:30 a.m.
Break
10:45 a.m.
EXPERIMENTS IN SOCIAL AND SOLIDARITY ECONOMY
CLIPrd - Resources and Development (Portugal)
Nicole Figueiredo, Technical Director
11:30 a.m. PANEL 12: PARTNERSHIPS AND TRANSVERSALITY OF THE SDGs
Universities and Organisation of Social and Solidarity Economy: ESCUTA - Strategic Network for Innovation in Higher
Education
Eduardo Marques, Professor at the Faculty of Social and Human Sciences of the University of the Azores
Donzelina Barroso, Director of Global Philanthropy at Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors
The Transversality of SDGs - The case of Grupo Montepio
Cristina Casais Ribeiro, Social Responsibility Office at Montepio Geral Associação Mutualista
1:00 p.m.
Lunch break
2:00 p.m.
ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION: SOCIAL AND SOLIDARITY ECONOMY IN MADEIRA
Moderator: Maria Graça Moniz, Regional Director for Social Affairs, Regional Government of Madeira
Maria Lília Nóbrega, Director of Externato S. João de Deus
Luís Jesus, Technical and Human Resources Director at Centro Social e Paroquial Santa Cecília
3:00 p.m.
ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION: SOCIAL AND SOLIDARITY ECONOMY CHALLENGES IN THE CURRENT CONTEXT AND CONFERENCE CONCLUSIONS
Américo C. Mendes, Coordinator of ATES - Transversal Area of Social Economy, Catholic University of Porto
José António Pereirinha, Retired Full Professor at the University of Lisbon Researcher at the Economic and Social History
Office/CSG, University of Lisbon
Rogério Roque Amaro, Associate Professor, Coordinator of International Studies and researcher at ISCTE-University Institute of
Lisbon, Portugal
Bárbara Ferreira, Professor at ISCTE-University Institute of Lisbon.
5:00 p.m.
Closing Ceremony
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