Members of the RICET consortium received the UNESCO Chair protocols
The members of the RICET consortium, led by ISEC Lisboa, received the protocols from the representative of the UNESCO National Commission. It was in the impressive Archive Room, at Lisbon City Hall, the stage for countless signatures that immortalized moments in history, that the partners of the RICET network – City that Educates and Transforms International Network received, handed over by Doctor Fátima Claudino, the representative of UNESCO National Commission, the protocols which define the intentions, objectives and rules, among others, to be followed during the duration of this consortium.
The City that Educates and Transforms International Network is made up of the following founding members, represented at the launch of the UNESCO Chair, respectively by:
Professora Isabel Baltazar e Professor Luís Caetano - Instituto Superior de Educação e Ciências - ISEC Lisboa, Portugal
Professora Jaqueline Moll - FACED/Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, UFRGS, Brasil e Universidade Regional Integrada do Alto Uruguai e
das Missões, URI, Brasil
Professor Levindo Diniz Carvalho - Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, UFMG, Brasil
Professora Sílvia Maria Leite de Almeida - Universidade Federal da Bahia, UFAB, Brasil
Professora Adriana Bragagnolo - Universidade Passo Fundo, UPF e Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos, Unisinos, Brasil
Professora Solange Fagan - Universidade Franciscano, UFN /Santa Maria, Brasil
Professor Eduardo Abrunhosa - Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie, Brasil
Professor Malam Sissé - Instituto Politécnico Nova Esperança da Guiné Bissau
Professor Márcio Tascheto da Silva - Centro Universitário Internacional, Uninter/ Curitiba/PR, Brasil
Doutor Juliano Matos, Presidente da Fundação Anísio Teixeira, Brasil
This UNESCO Chair - The City that Educates and Transforms is unified by the International Cooperation Program, led by ISEC Lisboa and which includes 12 higher education institutions geographically distributed across Portugal, Brazil and Guinea-Bissau.