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7 TO 10 OCTOBER

MATINHA - LISBOA

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16:30
Choque Stage

In 2018 the OECD reported that in Portugal it takes five generations for a family to get out of poverty. In the country's metropolitan areas, poverty is concentrated in State-promoted social housing neighbourhoods and in still existing self-built neighbourhoods. Urban buildings and spaces where internal and external migratory routes merge. Recently and already in the midst of a pandemic, a Nova SBE study revealed that 25% of non-European foreigners are at risk of poverty in the country and that the distinctive factor for this risk lies in academic and curricular opportunity. How can we break with the status quo? With what tools? How can we see territory as power? And after all, what does all this have to do with representation?


Moderation

Joana Gorjão Henriques

 

Participants

Flavio Almada

Nuno Varela

Paula Cardoso

LINKS SOCIAIS

Territories as belonging: Inequalities and Human Capital