It brings together research themes pertaining to the collective right to the city, such as: Memory, urbanism and heritage; Relations between the right to the city and the right to education; Urban collectives, social movements and struggles in/for the city; Democracy and citizen participation with an emphasis on the participation of children and young people in the construction of public policies in the city; The city as a space for the construction of identities; Life times and learning times in the city and urban teaching.
Isabel Baltazar has a Bachelor's Degree in Philosophy from the Portuguese Catholic University (Lisbon, 1988), a Master's in Cultural and Political History (1995) from the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities of the NOVA University of Lisbon, and a PhD in History and Theory of Ideas, specializing in the History of Political Ideas (2008), from the same University, with a thesis titled "Portugal and the Idea of Europe. Contemporary Thought".
Her interest in European Studies was furthered by a postgraduate course in European Studies at the Faculty of Law of the University of Coimbra (1995). She carried out post-doctoral research (FCT) on "Europe in Portuguese Diplomacy. A comparative view between wars."
She was an Assistant Professor at the Portuguese Catholic University (Leiria Campus) and a Visiting Professor at the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, in the Department of Political Studies, where she taught European Construction on the Master's Degree in Political Science and International Relations, specializing in European Studies.
She is a researcher at the Institute of Contemporary History (IHC) of the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities of NOVA University Lisbon and at theCenter for Interdisciplinary Studies of the 20th Century (CEIS 20) of the University of Coimbra.
She is a coordinating professor at ISEC Lisbon and coordinates the UNESCO Chair "The City that Educates and Transforms".Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Adriana Bragagnolo has a Bachelor's Degree in Pedagogy (1994), a Master's Degree (2004), and a PhD in Education from the University of Passo Fundo (2016), with a sandwich internship at the State University of Campinas (UNICAMP). She has worked as an elementary school teacher in public and private schools, especially in early childhood education and the first years of elementary school. She is a senior professor at the University of Passo Fundo, teaching in the fields of language, teaching practices, internships and childhood. Professor Bragagnolo coordinated the Pedagogy course (2016-2018) and the specialization course: Curriculum and Childhood (2014-2018). She works in continuing teacher training in the region's municipalities, and coordinates the Center for Studies and Research on Childhood, and participates in the Gaucho Forum for Early Childhood Education. She is a member of the Literacy Studies and Research Group (GEPALFA/UPF). She also conducts studies on the following areas: verbal interaction and learning with children in early childhood education; curricularization of outreach; children and the city. She is a collaborating professor at PPGECM/UPF, as well as an evaluator of Basic Education projects for SEB/MEC. She is Director of Outreach, Culture and Community Affairs at UPF and National Vice-President of the National Outreach Forum for Community Universities, and coordinates the "UniverCidade Educadora: fazendo a lição de casa". She is a delegate and founding member of the Unesco Chair - Unitwin Network - The City that Educates and Transforms.Email: email@example.com
Ana Patrícia Almeida completed her PhD in Education, in the field of Educational Administration and Policy, in 2015 at the Institute of Education of the University of Lisbon. She completed her Master's Degree in Educational Administration in 2005 from the FPCE of the University of Lisbon, and her Bachelor's Degree in Educational Sciences - Educational Administration in 1999 from the FPCE of the University of Lisbon. At the Higher Institute of Education and Sciences (ISEC Lisboa), she was Director of the School of Education and Human Development. She is currently an Assistant Professor at Universidade Aberta, and coordinates the Master's Degree in Educational Administration and Management. She is also the Head Researcher, at the same institution, of the UNESCO Chair "City that Educates and Transforms". She has received 2 awards, one of them for Best PhD Thesis in the field, in 2015. Professor Almeida has also published and conducted research in the fields of Public Education Policies, Educational Administration and Teacher Training.Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Associate Professor at the Faculty of Education and the Post-Graduate Program in Education at UFMG. He holds a PhD in Education from the Federal University of Minas Gerais, a Master's Degree in Education and a Bachelor's Degree in Pedagogy. He has experience as a researcher and teacher in the fields of education and childhood, especially in the areas of: Integral Education; Early Childhood Education; Childhood and culture; Citizenship in childhood. He is a member of the TEIA group - Territories of Integral Education and Citizenship, and also coordinates NEPEI - Research Center on Childhood and Early Childhood Education, both at the Faculty of Education of UFMG.
Post-Doctorate from the Faculty of Education of the University of São Paulo. PhD and Master's in Education: Psychology of Education PUC-SP; Pedagogy (1988) - PUC of São Paulo, with a major in Educational Guidance, and School Administration. She is currently a permanent professor in the Postgraduate Program in Education, Art and History of Culture (PPGEAHC) at Mackenzie Presbyterian University (UPM). Leader of the interdisciplinary research and study group on curriculum and society (GEICS), registered with CNPQ and linked to the PPGEAHC at UPM. Member of the CEPID research group at PUC-SP. Member of ANPED. Member of the Public Policy Laboratory Research Group, led by Prof. Valter Luiz Caldana PhD. Member of the UNESCO Chair - UNITWIN: THE CITY THAT EDUCATES AND TRANSFORMS. She served as Vice-Dean of the Undergraduate and Academic Affairs from 07/2017 - 01/2020, and as Pedagogical Coordinator from 2011 to 2017 at UPM. She has worked as a director, pedagogical coordinator and educational advisor in Basic Education. She has experience in developing and editing Basic Education textbooks. She has experience in the construction and monitoring of Pedagogical Course Projects, as well as in evaluating the authorization and recognition of courses. She researches the following topics: teacher training, curriculum, pedagogical management, professional identity, school culture, teaching and learning processes.