VIII International Meeting on Children and Youth in Latin America and the Caribbean
The Meeting constitutes a space for exchange to access national and international social thought on issues related to children, adolescents and youth. It has been held systematically since 2006 and its main purpose is to promote a space for reflection, learning and collective construction of knowledge, not only in Cuba but also in the Latin American region, based on the contribution that social studies on the subject can make.
The topics addressed include youth diversity and its cultural, political and economic dimensions; youth subjectivity; the gender approach in the analysis of children, adolescents and youths; intergenerational relations; socialization processes of these groups; participation; social integration and disintegration processes; public policies towards children, adolescents and youths, as well as transformation experiences in the work with and of children, adolescents and youths.
Registration will also allow the participants to attend the Symposium activities. Likewise, once you have registered for the Symposium, you will be able to participate in this Meeting.
Coordinator: Dr. C. María Isabel Domínguez García
Since 2016, a set of workshops organized by the Cuban Network of Social Studies of Labor, which has institutional anchorage in the CIPS, have been held systematically. Its main purpose is to socialize/produce knowledge on labor and labor issues both at the national level and in the current Latin American and Caribbean region. For this reason, it becomes a space for dialogue and academic exchange, studies, practical experiences and evaluation of public policy documents with emphasis on those related to employment, wages, job training and social security.
The central themes of the meeting will deal with the category of work from its expanded conception: paid and unpaid work, employment, informality, labor relations, work culture, labor market configurations; all of which may be connected with cross-cutting elements related to gender, skin color, territories, among others. An international expert in the field of labor and labor relations in the Latin American and Caribbean region will participate.
Members of the Network of Social Studies of Labor, policy operators of the Ministry of Labor and Social Security, as well as those who are registered in the axis of the Symposium “Labor and Employment” are invited to participate.
Coordinator: M. Sc. Mirlena Rojas Piedrahita
The Social and Solidarity Economy and Corporate Social Responsibility Network (ESORSE), invites researchers, professors, cooperators, entrepreneurs, decision makers, to discuss the ecosystem of actors of the Social and Solidarity Economy from different latitudes, from the presentation of experiences and good practices in this regard, their challenges and opportunities in contemporary society. Those interested may send their papers, which will be organized in thematic panels.
Coordinators: M. Sc. Jusmary Gómez Arencibia and Dr. C. Rafael Betancourt Abio.
Event sponsored by the Nelson Mandela Chair of Studies on Afrodescendants and the CLACSO WG “Afrodescendants and Hegemonic Proposals”. Its objectives are: to analyze the current approaches and central themes in the field of Afro-descendant studies, and to build proposals based on the post-pandemic anti-racist agenda “Beyond the decade of the Afro-descendant peoples”. The axis of analysis will be: 1- Afroepistemologies. Current debates and challenges. Black feminisms, 2- The evaluation of the International Decade for People of African Descent, 3- The post-pandemic anti-racist agenda, 4- The challenges of Ethno-education, 5- Emerging leaderships. The main forms of participation: conferences, workshops, panels, working tables. In the context of the event there will be a meeting between projects, working groups and afro-centered initiatives.
Coordinator: Dr. C. Rosa Campoalegre Septien