25 MAR | #SSE&Commons | Money and Sustainability: revisiting the missing link

CEI-Iscte is organizing a series of #SSE&Commons Webinars throughout 2020 and 2021, as a preparation for the third edition of the International Conference Social Solidarity Economy and the Commons, scheduled for November 2021.

Don’t miss the fifth webinar, dedicated to the topic “Money and Sustainability: revisiting the missing link” which will take place 25 March at 18h00 GMT via Zoom. The webinar will count on the participation of Filipe Alves (PhD Candidate at CENSE – Center for Environmental & Sustainability Research) as a speaker, and Francisco Guerreiro (Member of the European Parliament), Paulo de Carvalho (Value Flow) and Gil Penha-Lopes (Department of Plant Biology at FCUL) as commentators.

Access the webinar here: http://bit.ly/Commons25MAR

Webinar plan:

22 October: “Solidarity: the unthought of organization?” – the recording of this webinar is available on the SSE&Commons Youtube page.
19 November: “Participação democrática e as organizações de Economia Social e Solidária” (Democratic Participation and the Organizations of Social and Solidarity Economy) – the recording of this webinar is available on the SSE&Commons Youtube page.
21 January: “The power of translocal networks on urban commons based initiatives
25 February: “Democracia e Economia Solidária: como podemos reinventar o Século XXI?” (Democracy and Solidarity Economy: how can we reinvent the 21st Century?)
25 March: Money and Sustainability: revisiting the missing link
23 April: The Future of Urban Commons
20 May: TBA
17 June: TBA
23 September: TBA
21 October:TBA

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CEI-Iscte (Centre for International Studies) is a university-based multidisciplinary research center at ISCTE - Instituto Universitário de Lisboa (ISCTE-IUL). CEI-Iscte aims at promoting interdisciplinary research in Social Sciences, International Relations and Economy, focusing in its areas of geographic specialisation: Africa, Asia, Europe, and Transatlantic Relations.

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