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ARECA is an interdisciplinary, collaborative project focused on the relationship between contemporary artistic practices and learning practices. It fosters artistic work as a pedagogical practice in public schools, highlighting the contexts, methodologies and tools used by artists. Its central aim is to empower artists to design, implement and evaluate artistic projects in school contexts, adopting collaborative approaches with the education, cultural, social and research sectors. Its specific objectives are to formalise an arts education pedagogical model, through a participatory process of experimentation and systematisation of learning; to facilitate transnational exchange,networking and training of artists, fostering new perspectives and tools and the democratisation of knowledge; to scientifically support the work. Simultaneously, ARECA contributes to training youngsters to become active citizens, acting and thinking critically.
The starting point is Cláudia Dias’ work, Seven Years Seven Plays, in the context of which she and guest artists have been creating choreographic works on subjects such as Europe, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, nuclear danger, language as a tool for female emancipation, or climate issues. The thematic contents of these creations will be the material to work with students. ARECA (2024-25) will take place in Portugal, Spain and France, involving 9 artists as direct beneficiaries, 24 teachers and 150 students as indirect beneficiaries. The artistic-pedagogical experience will be monitored and systematised by ISCTE-IUL, contributing to the methodological deepening, collaborative approach and capacity building of the partnership. ARECA will also be researched by Iscte-IUL as a case study on the relation between the trajectories of artists, learning processes and the development of social practice art. One handbook, 2 scientific articles and 5 performances created by students will be the core outputs to share and disseminate ARECA’ resul...
The KiDLE project aims to support the inclusion of migrant children/pupils in new school environments by co-creating 5 intercultural board games and integrating them into a digital gaming pack. The project seeks to build educators' and parents' capacity to use games for children's learning and development, implement the gaming pack through gaming events, and raise awareness about the role of cross-cultural games in early childhood education towards supporting inclusion.
O objetivo desta pesquisa é conhecer o desenvolvimento da cooperação internacional no combate à criminalidade durante o período entreguerras através da análise do caso Alves Reis. A descoberta das notas duplicadas em dezembro de 1925 e da falsificação dos contratos para a sua produção na casa britânica que fornecia o Banco de Portugal, revelaram um grande esquema criminoso envolvendo indivíduos de diversas nacionalidades que arquitetaram, financiaram e colocaram em circulação estas notas em múltiplos territórios. O caso tomou proporções internacionais, sendo debatido em diversas instâncias, culminando num processo entre o Banco de Portugal e a empresa inglesa Waterlow & Sons. A pesquisa contribuirá para o conhecimento da emergência do crime organizado transnacional, investigando o desenvolvimento das relações diplomáticas no campo da cooperação judicial, a colaboração internacional das autoridades policiais e o papel de entidades nacionais e supranacionais no combate ao crime, com ênfase na Europa entreguerras.
Maria João Vaz (CIES-Iscte)Helena Pinto Janeiro (Instituto Diplomático/MNE)
Today, in the digital era society is evolving at a rapid pace and investing in education have vast social and economic advantages for it. It is the education that allows people to have access to SDGs 4. It is not argued that a better educated people break away from poverty more easily, help to reduce inequalities and achieve gender equality; they are more tolerant, they contribute to reduce crime, to increase political and civic participation and generally to have more peaceful societies with reduced inequalities and imbalances. Within this context the project brings together European, Asia and African academic and non-academic organizations in a staff exchange program, with the goal to explore, design and deploy innovative and context sensitive solutions for transforming higher education systems. This international and multi-sector consortium is created as a platform for collaboration and is united by the principles of innovation, partnership and solidarity with the purpose to research and identify successful contemporary models and modern instruments that can help higher education transformation and support the sustainable and effective adaptation of the higher education systems of the consortium members to the digital age. The aim of the project is study the process of digitalisation in different organisations and offer solutions concerning the improvement of the digitalisation practices. The project consortium comprises both academic and non-academic partners as well as experts in diverse fields such as, but not limited to, economics, law, management, linguistics. This allows a broad and an indepth approach to digitalisation. On the basis of the identified gaps in the digitalisation process, the project will propose approaches and methodologies which will be realised as different disciplines for the academic institutions’ partners in order to build sustainable competences for the transfer of knowledge and skills