SOCIAL AND SOLIDARITY ECONOMY

Sustainable Development Goals: Synergies and Opportunities

ONLINE - 22 to 26 November 2021

EVENT SPEAKERS


Rogério Roque Amaro

Associate Professor, Coordinator of International Studies and researcher at ISCTE-IUL, Portugal

Rogério Roque Amaro, with a Degree in Economics from ISEG-UL (1974), and a PhD in Economics from the Université de Grenoble (1980), is an Associate Professor at the Department of Political Economy, Coordinator of the Centre for International Studies and an Integrated Researcher at ISCTE-IUL - University Institute of Lisbon - and has a vast experience in community intervention, solidarity economy, local development, and projects against poverty and social exclusion in Angola, Portugal, Cape Verde, Guinea Bissau, Mozambique, and S. Tomé and Príncipe. He is a member of several associations in these areas, namely, founder of RedPES - Portuguese Network of Solidarity Economy, of RIPESS - Europe - Intercontinental Network for the Promotion of Social and Solidarity Economy, RELDESS - Lusophone Network for Development and Social and Solidarity Economy and of PROACT. He is also a co-founder and current president of the Scientific Council of ACEESA - Atlantic Centre for Solidarity Economy Studies Association of the Azores, editor-in-chief of the magazine 'Economia Solidária' and president of the General Assembly of ANIMAR. He was a regular consultant for UNDP, ILO, for the areas of Development and Social and Solidarity Economy of the Portuguese central government and of the autonomous governments of the Azores and Madeira. He has several publications on the topics of Development and Solidarity Economy, as well as several participations and papers in academic and public events, in Portugal and abroad.

Luiz 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

He has a Degree in History, a Master's Degree and a PhD in Sociology, has been a Productivity Fellow of the National Council for Research and Technological Development (CNPq) since 2000, and is currently a Voluntary Research Collaborator for the Postgraduate Program in Social Sciences at the University of Vale do Rio dos Sinos. His teaching experience covers topics such as sociological theory, research methods, and issues related to socio-environmental sustainability. He has been dedicating himself to research on solidarity economy, cooperativism, participatory forms of democracy, public policies, and issues related to inequalities, having published several books and articles, as well as dissemination works. Together with Professor José Luis Coraggio (UNGS/Argentina), he coordinates the Latin American Network of Social and Solidarity Economy Researchers - RILESS. He is co-director of the magazine Otra Economía. His main teaching areas include general theory and methodology and theory of collective action. He has been conducting research on solidarity economy, social enterprises, social movements, labour, and social alternatives. He was a Director of the Brazilian Sociological Society (2009-2011). He has been a CNPq Productivity Fellow since 2000, currently at Level 1D. In 2019, he joined the Board of Directors of the EMES European Research Network. Recognised as an Outstanding Researcher of 2018 by the University of Vale do Rio dos Sinos, for the impact and relevance of his contribution to the setting-up and consolidation of research and post-graduation; and as an Outstanding Researcher in 2019 for the international impact of his research and scientific production.


Manuel Belo Moreira

Chairman of the board of CIRIEC-Portugal, Retired full professor from the Higher Institute of Agronomy

Holder of a PhD from the University of Social Sciences of Grenoble, doctorate and aggregate from the Technical University of Lisbon (currently University of Lisbon). Degree in Agronomic Engineering from the Higher Institute of Agronomy. He is a retired full professor from the Higher Institute of Agronomy. He is Chairman of the board of the Centre for Studies in Public and Social Economics (CIRIEC-Portugal), since 2019. He collaborated with the Ministero dell'Universitá e della Ricerca Scientifica e Tecnologica - Dipartimento Affari Economici of Italy, in the evaluation of research projects. He was part of the External Evaluation Committee of the courses in agronomic engineering, agricultural engineering, zootechnical engineering, agro-industry, horticulture and oenology, taught at the Universities of the Azores, Algarve, Évora, UTAD and the ISA. Over the years, he has participated in various scientific meetings in Portugal and abroad, in which he presented papers.
He is interested in the sociology of agriculture and food, particularly the effects of capitalist development and globalisation/financialisation. He is also interested in Social and Solidarity Economy, particularly in the role it can play in sustainable development.


Jordi Estivill Pascual

ISCTE-IUL University Institute of Lisbon, University of Barcelona, Spain

Jordi Estivill completed his PhD in Sociology at the University of Paris VII in 1973, and his Degree in Economics at the University of Barcelona in 1964. He has a broad academic curriculum and a commitment to social movements. He is Emeritus Professor of Social Policy at the University of Barcelona and former Director of the Social Studies Office in Barcelona (1984-2002). Coordinator of numerous research projects and author of numerous publications, he has carried out numerous works in Portugal and published several books. The latest one is 'Europa nas Trevas' (Europe in Darkness). Since 2000, he has been a lecturer at ISCTE-IUL - University Institute of Lisbon. He is an expert in social policies and solidarity economy, having been a founding member of the Catalan Network of Solidarity Economy and international advisor of the Poverty and Social Exclusion Observatories of Catalonia, Budapest, and Lisbon. As visiting professor at several universities in Madrid, Caracas (Andrés Bello), Bordeaux, Brescia, Antwerp, Grenoble, Lisbon (Nova), Santiago, Paris, Porto, Rio de Janeiro, Rome, Leuven, Geneva, Coimbra, Zaragoza, he was awarded the prize for best professional career in the social area by the Generalitat de Catalunya (2010).

Edmundo Martinho

Chairman of Santa Casa da Misericórdia of Lisbon, Coordinator of the National Strategy Commission for the Fight Against Poverty, Portugal

He has a Degree in Social Work from the Higher Institute of Social Work of Lisbon. Postgraduate in Project Management. He was a manager in a multinational company in the pharmaceutical area until 1997. President of the Institute for Social Development between May 1998 and February 2003. President of the National Commission for Minimum Income - Nov. 1997 Dec. 2002 - a position to which he was reappointed in 2006. President of the National Commission for the Protection of Children and Young People at Risk, between July 2001 and January 2003.
Portuguese representative and Vice-Chair of the EU Social Protection Committee. Coordinator of the National Plan for Inclusion. Member of the Economic and Social Council.
In 2009, he was appointed National Coordinator of the European Year for Combating Poverty and Social Exclusion. President of the Board of Directors of the Institute of Social Security - 2005-2011. Chairman of the National Council for Social Security. From 2011 to 2014, Director of Social Security Development at the International Social Security Association in Geneva, Switzerland. From 2015/2016, International Consultant for Social Security. In March 2016, he was appointed by the Government to hold the position of Deputy Chairman of Santa Casa da Misericórdia of Lisbon and Executive Director of the Gaming Department. In October 2017, he was appointed by the Government to hold the position of Chairman of Santa Casa da Misericórdia of Lisbon.


Sandra Araújo

Executive Director of EAPN Portugal - European Anti-Poverty Network, Portugal

Sandra Faria Araújo has a Degree in Social Work from the Institute of Social Work of Porto (1992) and a Post-Graduate Degree in Management of Non-Profit Organisations from the Catholic University - Regional Centre of Porto (2007). She started her technical career in 1992, in the Fight Against Poverty Project, in the Historic Centre of Gaia. In 1994, she joined the European Anti-Poverty Network and the GIIF Project (Horizon Community Initiative), working in the areas of information and training. Currently, and since 2006, she holds the position of CEO of the Institution. Her professional activity has been closely linked to the fight against poverty and social inequalities; to the analysis and political interpretation of the measures and programmes on which the EAPN needs to give its opinion; to the coordination and management of projects with a national and international dimension and to human resources management. She is sub-director of Revista Focussocial, a specialised magazine on Social Economy.

António Bello

CEO at Just a Change Association, Portugal

Executive Director with 5+ year of experience in strategy planning, operations and financial management, business development and community engagement. Experienced in leading teams and managing major and complex operations. Actively collaborated with more than 200 local governments, companies and foundations. Speaker in more than 100 times and in many different circumstances and audiences, developing several communication and oratory skills. Ashoka Fellow.
He holds a Bachelor's Degree and a Master's Degree in industrial engineering from the Higher Technical Institute (IST). He has a background in the management of social organisations by AESE Business School and an executive formation - Social Entrepreneurship by INSEAD.

Ali Ercan Özgür

Managing Director of IDEMA International Development Partners

Ali Ercan Özgür holds a PhD from Marmara University with a doctoral dissertation on "Development Agencies in Turkey under the Auspices of the EU". He is a graduate of Political Science and International Relations Department (Marmara University, İstanbul) and holds a MSc degree in Governance and Development Management from University of Birmingham, UK with a Master's thesis on "Aid Coordination and Effectiveness in Turkey". He is British Foreign & Commonwealth Office Chevening Scholar for Master's degree, Marshall Memorial Fellow of German Marshall Fund of the United States and Black Sea Young Reformer. He is the co-author of the book "Local Governments System in Turkey, France, Spain, Italy, Poland and the Czech Republic".

He is the Co-founder and Managing Director of IDEMA International Development Partners (www.idema.com.tr) and co-founder of Needs Map, Inogar (Innovation Garage) and InogarArt (Art Incubation Center).  Previously he worked as the Executive Director of the American Chamber of Commerce in Turkey. He started civil society work at Youth for Habitat International Network (now Habitat Governance and Development Center) as International Relations Coordinator in 2001. Then he worked as the Local Governance Fund Manager at United Cities and Local Governments Middle East and West Asia Branch (UCLG-MEWA), the Projects Coordinator at Educational Volunteers Foundation of Turkey (TEGV), the Projects Director of the Corporate Social Responsibility Association of Turkey (CSR-Turkey) and the Good Governance Program Manager at the Turkish Economic and Social Studies Foundation (TESEV). Ali Ercan Özgür coordinated research and social projects with the United Nations, the European Union, the Council of Europe, the World Bank and private sector. Özgür is the Member of Board and the Secretary General of the Corporate Social Responsibility Association of Turkey.


Deolinda Meira

Coordinating Professor at the Polytechnic Institute of Porto/ISCAP, Researcher at CEOS.PP, Portugal

Deolinda Meira has a Degree, a Master's Degree and a PhD in Law, with the thesis 'O regime económico das cooperativas no direito português. O capital social' (The Economic Framework of Cooperatives in Portuguese Law. Social Capital). She is a coordinating professor at the Polytechnic Institute of Porto/ISCAP, where she directs the Master's Degree in Management and Legal-Entrepreneurial Framework of the Social Economy. She is a researcher at the Centre of Social and Organisational Studies of the Polytechnic Institute of Porto (CEOS.PP), where she coordinates a research group on social economy. Her research interests focus on the legal framework of cooperatives and social economy in general. In this context, she has published three books, more than 140 articles in journals and book chapters, and has coordinated three books. She reviews articles in specialty journals.
She received the António Sérgio Cooperation and Solidarity Award, in the 'Studies and Research' category (2015), in co-authorship with Maria Elisabete Ramos for the study 'Governação e regime económico das cooperativas. Estado da arte e linhas de reforma' (Governance and Economic Framework of Cooperatives. State of the Art and Lines of Reform). She was a member of the Editorial Commission for the Revision of Cooperative Legislation, part of the Working Group for the Reform of Social Economy Legislation, created within the scope of the CNES (National Council for the Social Economy). She is co-editor at Revista Cooperativismo e Economia Social, member of the Editorial Board of REVESCO - Revista de Estudios Cooperativos and of the International Journal of Cooperative Law. She is a member of the Asociación Internacional de Derecho Cooperativo, the Study Group on European Cooperative Law (SGECOL), CIRIEC Portugal - Centre of Public and Social Economy Studies (CEEPS), IBECOOP - Brazilian Institute for Cooperative Studies, and the Asociación Iberoamericana de Derecho Cooperativo, Mutual y de la Economía Social y Solidaria. She is a member of the scientific committee of CIRIEC Internacional - Centre International de Recherches et d'Information sur l'Economie Publique, Sociale et Coopérative, of IUS Cooperativum - An International association of co-operative lawyers; of Associazione Terzjus - Osservatorio di diritto del terzo settore, della filantropia e dell'impresa sociale, and of the Escuela de Estudios Cooperativos of the Complutense University of Madrid. She is a member of the Scientific Committee of CIRIEC-España, Revista jurídica de economía social y cooperativa and Boletin de la Asociación Internacional de Derecho Cooperativo.

Marta Nogueira

Professora na Escola Superior de Educação e Ciências Sociais do Politécnico de Leiria

Doutorada em Psicologia, linha de investigação Estratégias Comunicativas e Comunicação Interpessoal, com a tese intitulada Inteligência Emocional e Comunicação Interpessoal em Pessoas com Deficiência inseridas no Mercado de Trabalho. Docente na Escola Superior de Educação e Ciências Sociais do Politécnico de Leiria desde 2014. Tem vindo a realizar a investigação nas seguintes áreas: inclusão laboral, educação/formação, inteligência emocional e comunicação interpessoal das pessoas com deficiência; autoconceito e competência social em contexto de carreira, tendo participado em encontros científicos de âmbito nacional e internacional.

Pedro Hespanha

Professor Emeritus of the University of Coimbra. Founding Member of the Centre for Social Studies

Sociologist. Professor Emeritus of the Faculty of Economics of the University of Coimbra and founding member of the Centre for Social Studies. He has been researching and publishing in the areas of rural studies, social policies, sociology of medicine, poverty and social exclusion. He has been a visiting professor at several foreign universities and participated as a principal researcher in several national and international research projects and networks, dealing with active social policies, social exclusion and poverty, employment and unemployment experiences and strategies. Since 2008, he has been coordinating the Study Group on Solidarity Economy of the Centre for Social Studies (ECOSOL/CES).

Isabel Melo

Coordinator of the Entrepreneurship, Training and Microcredit Office of Cresaçor - Regional Cooperative of the Azores

Isabel Melo has a degree in IT Management from the University of the Azores and a post-graduate degree in Social and Solidarity Economics from ISCTE - University Institute of Lisbon. She has been with Cresaçor since 2008 and is the Coordinator of the Entrepreneurship and Microcredit Banking Office team. She is responsible for the financial area of this office, namely for developing economic-financial viability studies for several projects, market research, and for preparing applications to support measures and incentive systems available in the Autonomous Region of the Azores. She is a microcredit agent for the entire Azores Region and a trainer in the training course 'Empreende o Meu Negócio'.

Elena Vasiliu

Communications and Marketing Expert, ADV, Romania

Elena is the person who brings the good news about ADV Romania's projects. She is responsible with communication with stakeholders and the public, with creating content for the foundation's social media accounts, websites and also for organizing and promoting events.
She holds two Master's degree from Al.I.Cuza University - one in Communication and Public Relations, and one in Business Administration and Management. Currently she is PhD student in Speech Communication and Rhetoric and Teaching Assistant at The Department of Communication and PR, Faculty of Philosophy and Social-Political Sciences, Al.I.Cuza University.

José Manuel Henriques

Professor at ISCTE-IUL University Institute of Lisbon, Researcher at Dinâmia Research Centre-CET

José Manuel Henriques, Professor at the ISCTE-IUL University Institute of Lisbon (www.iscte-iul.pt) (retired), PhD in Economics (Development Economics), Master's Degree in Regional and Urban Planning. He was a lecturer in Development Economics in the Master's courses in Development Studies, Economics and Public Policies, Social and Solidarity Economics, Political Economics, International Studies, Architecture of Contemporary Metropolitan Territories, and in the Doctoral courses in Architecture of Metropolitan Territories and Urban Studies; He was the director of the Master's courses in Development Studies and Social and Solidarity Economy and is a researcher at the Dinâmia-CET research centre (https://www.dinamiacet.iscte-iul.pt) where he is in charge of the Planning for Territorial Resilience and Social Innovation in Places programme (innPlaces Programme).
He has been developing research on planning for development, social innovation and territorial resilience, and on new forms of governance and realistic evaluation in the framework of experimental European programmes (Pobreza III, Emprego & Adapt, Equal, etc.), national programmes (Bairros Críticos (Critical Districts) Initiative, Social Network Programme, etc.), and international organisations such as the International Labour Organisation (ILO) (STEP Programme, CIARIS Project, BRIDGES project) and OECD (IESED Project). He is a member of the scientific commission supporting the implementation of the Poverty Reduction Strategy of the Regional Government of the Azores and has been contributing to the development of a 'profile of skills' in 'territorial animation' and to the training of 'cohesion agents' since the initial creation of the Academy for Cohesion in the Azores (ACA) by the Agency for Territorial Cohesion in the Azores (AGECTA).

Marco Paulino

Assistente graduado sénior do Hospital de Santa Maria, Professor Auxiliar Convidado da Faculdade de Medicina de Lisboa, Portugal

Licenciatura em Medicina, Faculdade de Medicina de Lisboa, 1974; Grau de Assistente Hospitalar de Psiquiatria, Hospital de Santa Maria, 1984; Especialista de Psiquiatria, Ordem dos Médicos, 1984; Psicoterapeuta, Sociedade de Antropoanálise, 1984; Mestrado em Psiquiatria, F.M.L., 1986; Grau de Chefe de Serviço Hospitalar de Psiquiatria, 1991; Doutoramento em Psiquiatria e Saúde Mental, F.M.L., 1995.

Assistente graduado sénior do Hospital de Santa Maria, coordenando no Serviço de Psiquiatria o ambulatório (Consulta externa, Equipa Comunitária, Ligação aos Centros de Saúde, Terapeutas de Referência) e a Unidade de Projeto de Reabilitação; Membro da Unidade Multidisciplinar da Dor; Professor Auxiliar Convidado da Faculdade de Medicina de Lisboa, colaborando nas unidades de Introdução à Medicina, Introdução à Saúde Mental, Psiquiatria I e Psiquiatria II; Colaboração no Mestrado de Psicopatologia; Professor Auxiliar Convidado da Faculdade de Psicologia, colaborando nas unidades de Psicopatologia e Relação de Ajuda; (até 2020).
Supervisor dos terapeutas de grupos no ET de Xabregas; Membro do Gabinete Técnico de Saúde Mental da ARSLVT.

Isabel Saz Gil

Director of the HealthyOrg group, PhD and expert in sustainable economics

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. Member of different social and academic networks on the subject, namely the consolidated research group GESES of the University of Zaragoza.
As a result of this work, she participates in the organising committees of the Conference of Social Economy Researchers, regularly attending the most relevant national and international congresses: International Conference of the International Society for Third-Sector Research (ISTR), World Congress of Social Economy Researchers, International Conference on Social Economy Research; she has published books and articles in journals in the field that have an impact factor in JCR (Public Finance, Voluntas. International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations) and SJR (Revesco). This line has been consolidated and has been geared towards volunteering through the development of innovative research and teaching projects in which she has been the principal researcher.

Ana Isabel Gil Lacruz

Full professor at the Department of Business Management and Organisation of the University of Zaragoza

Ana Isabel Gil Lacruz is a full professor at the Department of Business Management and Organisation of the University of Zaragoza, has a European PhD in Economics and was awarded the Outstanding Doctorate in Social Sciences Prize by the University of Zaragoza. Her main research interests focus on issues related to well-being and human resources. She works in different environments and with multidisciplinary teams that have provided her with extensive experience to address complex issues regarding health and work.

Marta Gil Lacruz

Professor at the Department of Social Psychology of the University of Zaragoza

Marta Gil Lacruz has a PhD in Psychology and Sociology. His thesis Community health system was awarded the outstanding doctorate in Social Sciences prize during the 2002-2003 academic year at the University of Zaragoza. She is currently a professor at the Department of Social Psychology of the University of Zaragoza. Her publications include: Health and sources of social support, monograph published by the Sociological Research Centre(CIS), and Didactic guide on social psychology, published by Promolibro; as well as numerous chapters in collective works and articles on theoretical and applied aspects of the social psychology of health, health-related quality of life, lifestyles and their social determinants. Since 2005, she has been the director of the consolidated research group of the University of Zaragoza and the Government of Aragon: Well-being and Social Capital.

Maria João Paixão


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Gabriel Leite Mota

Professor auxiliar convidado no Instituto Superio de Serviço Social do Porto

Licenciado (2002) e doutorado (2010) em Economia pela Faculdade de Economia da Universidade do Porto, é o primeiro e único economista português com um doutoramento na área da Economia da Felicidade. Atualmente, é professor auxiliar convidado no Instituto Superio de Serviço Social do Porto. Participa nas conferências internacionais dedicadas à Economia da Felicidade desde 2005 e divulga o tema nacionalmente, desde 2010, em conferências e nos média. Já colaborou como docente ou investigador com a Católica Porto Business School, com a Faculdade de Economia da Universidade do Porto, com a Escola de Economia e Gestão da Universidade do Minho, com o Instituto Superior de Ciências Sociais e Políticas da Universidade de Lisboa e com a Faculdade de Ciências Sociais da Universidade da Madeira. É, também, membro efectivo do Grupo de Trabalho para o Desenvolvimento das Estatísticas Macroeconómicas do Conselho Superior de Estatística. Escreve regularmente para o Jornal Económico e Jornal Público.

Gonçalo Filipe Jardim

Specialist Nurse in Mental Health and Psychiatry Nursing, Funchal Central Hospital and Casa de S. João de Deus

Licenciado em Enfermagem pela Escola Superior de Enfermagem São José de Cluny e com especialização em Enfermagem de Saúde Mental e Psiquiatria. É enfermeiro especialista do Serviço de Urgência do Hospital Central do Funchal e da Unidade de São José (Unidade de Agudos Psiquiátricos) da Casa de Saúde São João de Deus sendo ainda formador nestes dois organismos. É Presidente da Assembleia de Freguesia de Santo António, no Funchal.

Foi coautor do Trabalho de Investigação "Treino de Competências Pessoais e Sociais aplicado a pessoas com Doença Mental de Evolução Prolongada" e do curso de "Comunicação Clínica em contexto de Crise", ministrado no SESARAM e reconhecido pela entidade formadora. Integrou 8 (oito) Comissões Organizadoras das Jornadas de Saúde Mental e Psiquiatria promovidas pela Casa de Saúde São João de Deus. Integrou as equipas de Emergência, do Serviço de Urgência, nos eventos catastróficos que assolaram a região nos últimos 17 anos. Foi moderador e preletor em várias Conferências com temáticas relacionadas com Urgência e Emergência e Saúde Mental e Psiquiatria.

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, Portugal

PhD in Education Sciences. Since 2006, she has been coordinating the Resource Centre for Digital Inclusion (CRID), at IPLeiria. Career professor at the School of Education and Social Sciences of the Polytechnic Institute of Leiria. Integrated Researcher at the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Social Sciences of the Nova University of Lisbon. Member of the Board at the Portuguese Society of Rehabilitation and Accessibility Engineering (SUPERA). Expert for the commission awarding the Inclusive Employer Brand 2021. Guest lecturer at the Cultural Diversity and Social Inclusion Programme - Feevale University, and at the University of Cape Verde (UNICV) in the context of the Master's Degree in Special Education. Over the last two decades, she has been developing projects in the areas of Assistive Technology, Inclusion, Accessibility, and Augmentative Communication. She has been working as an international consultant in the areas of accessibility and inclusion with different entities, with emphasis on consultancy work for the implementation of inclusive education legislation with the Government of Cape Verde. She authors and co-author several national and international publications in the areas of Assistive Technology, Augmentative Communication, Inclusive Education, and Cultural Accessibility. In 2007, she was awarded the Afonso Lopes Vieira Trophy, in the Communication Category by Semanário Região de Leiria, and in 2015 the High Potential Initiative Prize in Innovation and Social Entrepreneurship, with the Projects: Shared Inclusive Reading Project (PLIP) and A Thousand Toys, A Thousand Smiles, by Mapa de Inovação e Empreendedorismo Social, in 2017, the EKUIzador do Ano award by Associação LEQUE, and in 2018 the Acesso Cultura 2018 award with the multiformat book 'A rainha das rosas' (The Queen of Roses). In 2018, she was appointed Goodwill Ambassador by Associação Colmeia for her work on inclusion and accessibility in Cape Verde. In 2017, she received a letter of acknowledgement from His Holiness, Pope Francis, for her work in the commemorations of the Centenary of the Apparitions of Fatima. In 2021, she was distinguished by the Regional Directorate of Culture of the Centre- Women in Culture and the Protection of the Intangible Heritage of Central Portugal - for her work in the field of cultural accessibility.

Ariana Cosme

Coordinator of the School Life Observatory, Professor at the Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences, Portugal

She is a professor at the Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences of the University of Porto, where she coordinates the School Life Observatory integrated into the CIIE - Centre for Educational Research and Intervention. With a PhD in Education Sciences from the University of Porto, she completed a post-doctorate in the field of Teacher Training at the Pontifical Catholic University of Paraná, Brazil where she is a visiting lecturer.
Author of works that address the issue of educational and pedagogical mediation and the reconfiguration of the teaching profession, she develops this reflection with a special emphasis on the field of Compulsory Education, which justifies the intervention that, in this context, she has been developing as a trainer and consultant for City Councils, Schools located in socially vulnerable territories, TEIPs and Pedagogical Innovation Projects (PPIPs). She was a consultant for the Ministry of Education for the implementation programme of the new model of Autonomy and Curricular Flexibility in Schools and coordinates the study evaluating the implementation and dissemination of that programme.

Genauto C. de França Filho

Full Professor at the School of Administration, Federal University of Bahia (EAUFBA), CNPq Researcher, Brazil

PhD in Sociology from the Université de Paris VII - Dennis Diderot/France (2000). He holds a Master's Degree in Administration (1993) and a Degree in Business Administration (1991) from the Federal University of Bahia (UFBA/Brazil). Research and publications in areas such as organisational studies, economics and development, social management and public policy. Among these topics, highlight goes to: organisations and solidarity, economic democracy, management of common goods, social innovation and solidarity economy, associativism, cooperativism, social currencies, and solidarity finance. He is currently a Full Professor at the School of Administration of the Federal University of Bahia (EAUFBA), where he coordinates the Technological Incubator of Solidarity Economy and Territorial Development Management (ITES/EAUFBA) and the Postgraduate Centre in Administration (NPGA/UFBA). He is also a CNPq researcher and visiting professor at ISCTE - IUL - University Institute of Lisbon -, Portugal.

Erminia Florio

Postdoctoral Fellow - HEC Montréal. Associate - Sophia Cooperative Social Enterprise, Italy

Erminia Florio is a Postdoctoral Fellow at HEC Montréal (Canada). She earned a PhD in Economics and Finance with a thesis under the title 'Essays in the Economics of Immigration'. In December 2020, Erminia became an Associate of the Sophia Cooperative - Social Enterprise based in Rome (Italy), where she operates in the design and evaluation of social programs targeting youths and immigrants. Her research focuses on understanding the social and economic effects of migration, both in destination and source countries. In 2021, Erminia has been awarded the International Economy and Society Scholarship by the Centesimus Annus - Pro Pontifice Foundation (Vatican City) for her research project on information campaigns on irregular migration in collaboration with the Sophia Cooperative - Social Enterprise.

Manuel Albano

Vice-President of the Commission for Equality in Labour and Employment, Portugal

He graduated in Social Service at the Institute of Social Service in Porto (1993) and began working in the area of gender equality and women's human rights and gender violence in 1994. He is Vice-President of the Commission for Citizenship and Gender Equality, a Portuguese government body for gender equality, and is also the National Rapporteur on Trafficking in Human Beings. He has coordinated and participated in several national and local projects in the area of citizenship and gender equality and gender violence, including domestic violence and trafficking in human beings, both nationally and internationally.

Joana Topa

Professora Auxiliar na Universidade da Maia-ISMAI e Investigadora do Centro Interdisciplinar de Estudos de Género

Doutorada em Psicologia Social pela Universidade do Minho. Atualmente é Professora Auxiliar na Universidade da Maia-ISMAI e Investigadora do Centro Interdisciplinar de Estudos de Gênero que pertence ao Instituto Superior de Ciências Sociais e Políticas da Universidade de Lisboa (ISCSP-ULisboa) onde desenvolve investigação em estudos de género, migrações, violência de género, direitos humanos e abordagens interseccionais. É nestas áreas que tem publicado em revistas científicas nacionais e internacionais. Integra na atualidade a Rede internacional COST Women on the Move financiada pela Cooperação Europeia em Ciência e Tecnologia e o projeto BOOMERANG- Estudo sobre as perceções do impacto económico da partilha desigual do trabalho não pago nas vidas de mulheres e homens imigrantes em Portugal financiado pelo EEA Grants. Tem simultaneamente um envolvimento ativo com diversas organizações não governamentais portuguesas que trabalham questões de género, migrações, feminismos e direitos humanos.

Madalena Sofia Oliveira

ISSSP - Instituto Superior de Serviço Social do Porto, AIPES-Associação Investigação e Promoção Economia Social, Portugal

Madalena Sofia Oliveira é doutorada na especialidade de Psicologia linha da vitimologia; mestre em Ciências Forenses e licenciada em Serviço Social. Docente no ISSSP e convidada no IUCS-CESPU e ISMAI. Co-coordenadora da área das Ciências Sociais e Jurídicas na Especialização em Perícias Forenses da Faculdade de Medicina da Universidade do Porto. Investigadora integrada no JusGov - Centro Interdisciplinar em Direitos Humanos da Universidade do Minho (DH & JusCrime) e tem vindo a estudar a violência nas relações de intimidade; transmissão intergeracional da violência; igualdade de género; abusos e negligência infantil; acolhimento residencial de crianças e jovens e famílias multiproblemáticas e multiviolentas.
Consultora e avaliadora de projetos em entidades públicas e privadas na área da vitimologia e igualdade de género. Membro representante na Comissão de Proteção de Crianças e Jovens e Conselheira Externa para a Igualdade do município de Valongo. Integra a direção da Associação Portuguesa de Ciências onde é cocoordenadora das áreas da Psicologia e do Serviço Social Forenses e da Associação de investigação e Promoção da Economia Social.

Mafalda Vicente

 

Licenciada em Sociologia e Pós-graduada na área de gestão de projetos em parceria
Experiência de trabalho na área social, tendo estado envolvida em vários projetos de Igualdade de Género .

Alcides A. Monteiro

Professor associado com agregação na Universidade da Beira Interior (UBI)

Alcides A. Monteiro, sociólogo, é professor associado com agregação na Universidade da Beira Interior (UBI), Diretor do Mestrado em Empreendedorismo e Inovação Social e do Doutoramento em Sociologia. Investigador integrado no CIES-Iscte (Centro de Investigação e Estudos de Sociologia) e foi coordenador do seu pólo na UBI, o CIES-UBI, entre 2013 e 2017. O seu principal interesse científico está centrado na área de desenvolvimento local e regional. Ao mesmo tempo, desenvolve investigação teórica e participa em projetos nos domínios das metodologias de avaliação e de participação, das políticas públicas, das associações e voluntariado, do empreendedorismo social e inovação social, dos estudos de género, da educação de adultos e aprendizagem ao longo da vida. Integra o Conselho Geral do Núcleo Distrital de Castelo Branco da EAPN (Rede Europeia Anti-Pobreza ? Portugal) e é associado da Animar - Associação Portuguesa para o Desenvolvimento Local.


Fafate Costa

Journalist, Professor at the Federal Rural University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRRJ), Brazil

Fafate is a journalist with 20 years of experience in TV stations. In addition to being a researcher, she is a full professor of the Journalism Course at the Federal Rural University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. With a PhD in Social Memory, with research on the representation of women in the media coverage of femicide cases, she studied the discourses of the press over a 50-year interval between the cases of Eliza Samudio (2010) and Dana de Teffé (1960). Her postdoctoral research, developed at the University of Warwick (Coventry, United Kingdom), deals with harassment and gender inequality in the university environment, with experiences in three countries: Brazil, Portugal, and England. She is currently coordinating the implementation of the Institutional Policy for Diversity, Gender, Ethnicity/Race and Inclusion at the Federal Rural University of Rio de Janeiro.
Lines of research: Social Memory; Violence against Women; Discourse Analysis; Audiovisual Language.

Rosana Almeida

President of the Cape Verde Institute for Gender Equality, Journalist, Cape Verde

President of the Cape Verde Institute for Gender Equality since 2016. She is the Gender Focal Point of the CPLP - Community of Portuguese Speaking Countries and the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS). She is a journalist/presenter and member of the African Women Leaders Network at the United Nations and journalist at TCV (Cape Verde Television) since May 1997. She has been in charge of the Commercial Department of Tecnicil Imobiliária, since 1999. Rosana Almeida has a Degree in International Journalism from the Porto School of Journalism, Portugal. She taught the subjects 'Communication Sciences: Television Journalism Workshop' and "communication" at the Jean PIAGET University of Cape Verde (2014-2015). She was elected, by a poll (Selo Morabeza), 'journalist the most trusted by Cape Verdeans' from 2010 to 2014, consecutively. In 2013, she received the Merit Award from the Cape Verdean Community based in the United States of America. In 2011, she received the medal of Merit, from the President of the Republic of Cape Verde 'in recognition of her valuable contribution to the information and training of Cape Verdean society, in an impartial and objective manner' and, in 2005, the medal of merit from the Praia City Council. She was the presenter (anchor) of TCV's 'Jornal da Noite' for 16 years. She was the coordinator and presenter of several political debates and Key Anchor of major live broadcasts on election nights in Cape Verde. She was also a correspondent for the magazine 'África Lusófona' and an intern journalist at the now extinct Cape Verdean bi-weekly 'Voz di Povo' from 1987 to 1989.

Bárbara Ferreira

Professor at ISCTE-IUL - University Institute of Lisbon, Portugal

Bárbara Ferreira is a professor at ISCTE-IUL, a researcher at SOCIUS/CSG (ISEG/ ULisboa) and a collaborator at CEG (IGOT/ ULisboa). She has a Degree in Political Science and International Relations from FCSH (Nova University of Lisbon), a Master's Degree in International Development and Cooperation (ISEG/ ULisboa) and is finishing her PhD in Economic Sociology and Organisations at the same institution, with a ULisboa PhD scholarship. She was a research fellow in FCT Projects (REHURB - Rehousing and Urban Regeneration; REMIGR - New Emigration and Portuguese Society) and collaborated in other international projects (COST ACTION - Gender and health impacts of policies extending working life in western countries; ICMPD/ UCLG/ UN-HABITAT - Mediterranean City-to-City Migration project). Her main areas of research are: Collective Action, Citizen Participation, Social Movements, Community Development, Social and Urban Exclusion, and International Migration.

Marco Domingues

President of Animar - Portuguese Association for Development, Vice-President of CPES-Portuguese Confederation of Social Economy

Marco Domingues, PhD in sociology from UBI, specialist (IPCB) and Degree in social work (ISSSL), Master's Degree in social and solidarity economy (ISCTE) and Professor at the Higher School of Education of Castelo Branco of the IPCB, where he is also an integrated researcher at AGE.COMM - Interdisciplinary Research Unit - Functional Aging Communities. Member of various governing bodies of social entities, namely, President of Animar - Portuguese Association for Development, Vice-President of CPES - Portuguese Confederation of Social Economy, and Secretary of the Assembly of CASES - António Sérgio Cooperative for Social Economy. He is also an adviser to CNES - National Council of Social Economy and, more recently, to the Advisory Board of the National Competence Centre for Social Innovation. He considers himself an activist for local development and the sustainability of our common home.

Jorge Gonçalves

President of the Board of Cooperativa Integral Minga, Portugal

Jorge Gonçalves has a PhD in economics from the Technical University of Berlin. He is one of the founders of Cooperativa Integral Minga, in Montemor-o-Novo, being currently its president, treasurer of Wind Empowerment (a UK NGO) and a consultant for cooperative and business projects, namely in the agro-forestry sector. He was a member of Growl - Grow Less, Learn More - European network for degrowth (2013-15), being one of the organisers of the course on Public Policies on Degrowth in Portugal. He has worked on rural development projects in India (microcredit and public health), Thailand, Indonesia (agriculture), and was coordinator of impact studies in the area of renewable energies in several Latin American countries as consultant for PTB (Germany) and CEPAL (UN). He is also involved in creating a local currency for Montemor (A.Mor Association).

Francisco Ferreira

Associate Professor at FCT NOVA, Nova University of Lisbon, President of Zero Environmental Association, Portugal

Francisco Ferreira is an Associate Professor at the Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering of the NOVA School of Science and Technology (FCT-NOVA) and researcher at the CENSE (Centre for Research in Environment and Sustainability). He has a Degree in Environmental Engineering from FCT-NOVA, a Master's Degree from Virginia Tech, in the USA, and a PhD from the Nova University of Lisbon. He has a significant body of publications in the areas of air quality, climate change, and sustainable development. He is currently the President of 'ZERO - Associação Sistema Terrestre Sustentável', a Portuguese non-governmental environmental organisation.


José Mattos Neto

CEO da ViaFloresta e Coordenador no GT de Meio Ambiente do Instituto Ethos

CEO da ViaFloresta, um hub de inteligência em sustentabilidade e bioeconomia. Coordenador no GT de Meio Ambiente do Instituto Ethos, responsável pela redação da NDC empresarial endereçada na COP-26. Especialista em sustentabilidade, investimento de impacto e desenvolvimento territorial com mais de 20 anos de experiência nestas áreas, nos setores público e privado. Mestre em Sociologia pela Universidade de Coimbra, certificado pelo PNUD em metodologias de aceleração do desenvolvimento e pelo BID, em análise de indicadores de desenvolvimento sustentável. Foi gerente de relações institucionais na Natura para a Amazônia brasileira e sul-americana, entregando importantes projetos para as operações da empresa na região. Atuou em companhias como a VALE, Governos e Universidades Públicas, RedAmérica, Pacto Global-ONU. É conselheiro do Instituto Peabiru e mentor de negócios de impacto em diversas plataformas. Na ViaFloresta, visa desenhar e entregar soluções pautadas nos ODS e nas melhores práticas de ESG, apoiadas em tecnologias e métodos inovadores e disruptivos, sendo acelerado pelo CERTI e pela Aceleradora 100+ da AMBEV. É professor da disciplina engajamento de stakeholders na pós-graduação em ESG da PUC do Paraná.

Miguel Almeida

Member of the Board of Coopérnico, cooperativa de desenvolvimento sustentável, CRL

Miguel Almeida has a Degree in Economics from Lusíada University of Lisbon, a Post-Graduate Degree in Management of Financial Institutions from ISEG, a Post-Graduate Degree in E- Business from CEMAF/ISCTE and is studying for a Master's Degree in Tourism and Development of Products and Destinations at the University of Évora. He started his professional career in Portuguese Banking where he worked in money market, foreign exchange and capital market operations. He was an IT consultant in the financial areas of debt management, financial investments, capital markets, derivatives and mathematical risk assessment processes in countries such as Portugal, Mozambique, Spain, UK and Iceland. He has developed management and strategy consulting activities in Portugal and Angola, in areas as diverse as Banking, Agriculture and Real Estate. Since 2015, his activity has been focused on developing capacity building in the management of social economy projects, with a special emphasis on entities in the cooperative sector, being or having been a member of the governing bodies of the following projects: Biovilla, cooperativa para o desenvolvimento sustentável, CRL (member of the supervisory board); Coopérnico, cooperativa de desenvolvimento sustentável, CRL (member of the board); FESCOOP, Cooperativa de Finanças Éticas e Solidárias, CRL (former director); Cooperativa Integral Minga, CRL (Treasurer); A.MOR (member of the board) Oficinas do Convento Associação de Arte e comunicação (managing officer);


José António Barros

Presidente da Direção Metahora - Associação de Amigos das Artes, Madeira - Portugal

José António de Barros Rodrigues, Master's Degree in Regional and Local Studies, Degree in Communication, Culture and Organisations. Mentor of Metaphora - Associação de Amigos das Artes. He coordinates and organises mobility and other European programmes. He promotes cultural and educational initiatives, covering the areas of environment, art, entrepreneurship, democracy, active citizenship, non-formal education, volunteering, and sustainable development.

Jean-Louis Laville

Diretor de investigação no Collège d'Etudes Mondiales de Paris, professor de Economia Solidária no Conservatoire National des Arts et Métires (CNAM)

Jean-Louis Laville é diretor de investigação no Collège d'Etudes Mondiales de Paris, professor de Economia Solidária no Conservatoire National des Arts et Métires (CNAM), investigador no LISE (CNRS-CNAM) e no IFRIS, é membro do Conselho Diretivo do Instituto Karl Polanyi de Economia Política, membro fundador e dirigente da Rede Internacional de Investigação EMES, membro fundador da Rede Latino-Americana de Investigadores em Economia Social e Solidária (RILESS). Em 1994 publicou o livro Economia solidária: uma perspetiva internacional, que se viria a tornar uma referência nos estudos sobre a economia solidária. Dirige hoje várias coleções de livros em França - Sociologie Economique, Solidarité et Société e Poiesis & Praxis - e é um dos membros do corpo editorial do Dicionário Internacional da Outra Economia, publicado em Portugal, em 2009, pela coleção CES-Almedina.

Nicole Figueiredo

Diretora Técnica nda Associação CLIPrd

Psicóloga de formação, com mestrado em Psicologia Comunitária e Proteção de Menores, pelo ISCTE. Trabalha desde 2015 em desenvolvimento comunitário, primeiro com crianças e jovens, na inclusão pelo desporto, passando depois para a capacitação de organizações sociais, na Associação CLIPrd, onde se mantém até ao momento. Atualmente assume a função de diretora técnica, fazendo a ponte direta com a direção da associação e tendo como principais funções a coordenação da equipa e de projetos, planeamento, gestão estratégica e representação institucional.

Cristina Casais Ribeiro

Social Responsibility Office at Montepio Geral Associação Mutualista, Portugal

Isabel Cristina Ribeiro has a Degree in Business Management and Organisation - Higher Institute of Economics (now ISEG) and an MBA from the Católica-Lisbon School of Business and Economics.
Since 2012, she has been working in the Social Responsibility Office of Montepio Geral Associação Mutualista. Since 2015, she has been the coordinator of the preparation of the Group's Sustainability Reports and in charge of the execution of the annual Sustainability Plans defined by a Group Sustainability Committee. She is the Montepio Foundation's representative at ODS Portugal Alliance and the Mutualist Association's representative at the Portuguese Association for Business Ethics (APEE). From 2012 to 2018, she volunteered her skills at Junior Achievement Portugal and was a trainer in the Economy for Success Programme. From 1987 to 1988, she worked in the Marketing Department of the consultancy company Partex, researching business opportunities in Portuguese-speaking countries and in the Middle East. She was a teacher at the Gama Barros Secondary School, in Cacém, teaching subjects related to area C - Economics, in the 1986/1987 school year

Eduardo Marques

Professor at the Faculty of Social and Human Sciences of the University of the Azores

European Doctorate in Social Work from the Complutense University of Madrid. Former Director of the Degree in Social Work and lecturer in the scientific area of Social Work at the Faculty of Social and Human Sciences of the University of the Azores. Affiliate researcher at the Interdisciplinary Centre of Social Sciences - University of the Azores Hub, CICS.NOVA.UAc.
Member of the International Editorial Committee of the Journal 'Espacios Transnacionales - Revista Latinoamericana-Europea de Pensamiento y Acción Social' and of the Editorial Committee of Revista Científica UISRAEL. Reviewer of scientific articles of the journal 'Cuadernos de Trabajo Social.'
e-teacher at VIRCAMP - Social Work Virtual Campus, a pioneering project in the international teaching of social work involving several European and non-European universities (https://vircamp.net).
Since 2008, he has been developing projects and work in the field of psychosocial disaster intervention, environmental social work, and creative community intervention.
Professional experience in Project Management, Associative Leader in several social economy organisations, Consultant at Skillent/i9social, Application Reviewer within the scope of the Cidadãos Ativ@s Programme. Member of the Board of the Azores Regional Centre of the Portuguese League Against Cancer.

Américo Carvalho Mendes

Portuguese Catholic University, Católica Porto Business School, Portugal

Américo M. S. Carvalho Mendes, has a Degree in Economics, specialising in Urban and Regional Development Planning (Universities of Toulouse and Aix-Marseille III - France, 1979), a Postgraduate Degree in Economics and Rural Development Strategy (University of Aix-Marseille II - France, 1980) and a PhD in Economics (University of Arizona, USA, 1995). He is an associate professor at the Catholic University of Portugal (Católica Porto Business School). He is also a coordinator of ATES - Transversal Area of Social Economy, and director of the post-graduation in Management of Social Economy Organisations of the Portuguese Catholic University (Porto). Between 1980 and 1993, he was a senior technician at the Norte Regional Coordination Commission, where he worked on regional and rural development projects. Since 1980, he has been collaborating as a volunteer in various social economy organisations in the areas of regional development and social action, with responsibilities in the creation and management bodies of some of them.

José António Pereirinha

Retired Full Professor at the University of Lisbon Researcher at the Economic and Social History Office/CSG, University of Lisbon

He has a Degree in Economics, a PhD in Development Studies (ISS, University of Rotterdam, The Netherlands) with Aggregation in Economics from the Technical University of Lisbon. He is a (retired) tenured Professor of Economics (Public and Welfare Economics) at ISEG, University of Lisbon. Researcher at the Social and Economic History Office (CSG/ISEG, University of Lisbon). He has taught Economic Theory, Growth Macroeconomics, Social Policy, and Development Studies. His main research interests include the economics of inequality, poverty and social exclusion, human needs and reference budgets, economics of the welfare state, and social policy analysis. He has published several books and book chapters on these topics, and has also published articles in academic journals such as South European Society & Politics, European Policy Analysis, Journal of Iberian and Latin American Economic History, Review of Socio-Economics, Journal of Income Distribution, Journal of Social Policy, Social Policy & Administration, Global Social Policy. The most recent FCT research projects he coordinated were on the History of the Portuguese Welfare State and on Absolute Poverty/Adequate Income in Portugal. He has been supervising doctoral theses within the scientific areas in which he develops his research. He coordinated the Master's Degree in Economics and Social Policy and, more recently, the Doctoral Programme in Development Studies since its creation until the 2016/17 academic year. He was Chairman of the Department of Economics, Chairman of the Scientific Council, and Vice-President of ISEG, University of Lisbon.

Joaquim Croca Caeiro

ISCSP - Instituto Superior de Ciências Sociais e Políticas da Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal

He is an Associate Professor at the Higher Institute of Social and Political Sciences, Technical University of Lisbon, aggregate in Social Policy and Economics - Lusíada University of Lisbon, has a PhD in Social Sciences from the Higher Institute of Social and Political Sciences, Technical University of Lisbon, a Master's Degree in Political Science from the Higher Institute of Social and Political Sciences, Technical University of Lisbon, a Degree in Law from the Lusíada University of Lisbon, a Degree in Public Management and Administration from the Higher Institute of Social and Political Sciences, Technical University of Lisbon. He is the Coordinator of the School of Local Development, PhD Researcher at the Political Observatory and Integrated Researcher at CAPP/ISCSP-FCT. He was Deputy Coordinator of the Degree in Public Administration and Territorial Policies, from September 2016 to July 2019, Deputy Director General of the Strategy and Planning Office of the Ministry of Solidarity and Social Security, from 01.09.2012 to 01.09.2013, Member of the Board of Directors, Institute of Social Security, IP., from 29.09.2011 to 01.09.2012, Full Member of the Social Protection Committee of the European Commission, Ministry of Solidarity and Social Security, from 29.09.2011 to 01.09.2013, Director of the Higher Institute of Social Work of Lisbon, from 01.09.2006 to 01.09.2010.

Ricardo Fabrício Rodrigues

UMa - Universidade da Madeira, Portugal

He is an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Social Sciences of the University of Madeira and a member of the research group 'Work and Employment' of SOCIUS - Centre for Research in Economic and Organisational Sociology, a unit that is part of the CSG - Social Sciences and Management Research (ISEG-UL) consortium. He has a PhD in Economic and Organisational Sociology (2008) from the Higher Institute of Economics and Management - Technical University of Lisbon, and developed his academic training at ISEG/UTL (PhD and MSc), at the Catholic University (Post-Graduate Degree) and at ISCTE-IUL (Licenciate's Degree). (Un)employment, ageing, virtualisation of human practices, corporatisation of society and ideologies in organisational activity are his main research interests. Since 2015/2016, he has been responsible for the curricular units Business and Organisational Sociology, Organisational Behaviour and Human Resources Management of the Management course of the University of Madeira.

Gonçalo Barradas

Researcher at the Madeira Nova Lincs hub, in the area of cognitive rehabilitation

Gonçalo Barradas, Clinical Psychologist, specialised in Psychology of Justice. PhD in Psychology from the University of Uppsala in Sweden. He is a researcher at the Madeira Nova Lincs hub, in the area of cognitive rehabilitation through music in patients with dementia. He was also President of the Commission for the Protection of Children and Young People in Câmara de Lobos.

Bárbara Dória


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