Urban Regimes and Citizenship Workshop
Swiss-Brazilian scientific cooperation project presents research for innovative urban development education model
Citizenship, democratic participation and political awareness are central issues of the project “Urban Regimes and Citizenship.” The research team will present primary results of their work and quantitative analysis about the gap in citizenship education in urban areas of Rio de Janeiro and how to address the problem. The study intends to understand democratic conditions, especially in socially vulnerable contexts to develop an innovative education model to increase community participation in many levels, such as local politics, civic and political movements, parties and policy making.
The project is a cooperation between SUPSI (University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Southern Switzerland) and Institute of Urban and Regional Research and Planning (IPPUR) of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, funded by Swiss National Science Foundation and FAPERJ (Rio de Janeiro Research Support Foundation).
If you are a researcher, political scientist, or education professional or if you can contribute in any way in this field of research, we’ll be glad to welcome you at the swissnex event space. Date & place: 20 September 2017 – Rua Cândido Mendes 157, Glória (Casa da Suíça).
|16:00||Welcome words from swissnex Brazil; Rio de Janeiro State Secretary of Education, Wagner Victer; FAPERJ President, Ricardo Vieiralves; and Swiss Consulate|
|16:10||O sentido de educar para a cidadania: uma lacuna a ser preenchida. Filippo Bignami, SUPSI|
|16:20||Explaining the proposition: adotando um modelo de educação para a cidadania no contexto educacional do Rio de Janeiro. Ana Paula Carvalho, PUC-Rio|
|16:30||A relevância de superar distâncias sociais no Rio de Janeiro. Niccolò Cuppini, SUPSI & Humberto Meza, IPPUR/UFRJ|
|16:40||Perspectivas do projeto e a colaboração futura entre SUPSI-DEASS e IPPUR. Luiz Cesar de Queiroz Ribeiro, IPPUR/UFRJ|
|16:50||Q&A and networking|