The project Women's Defense Dialogues was developed within the Portuguese participation on NATO’s project Women's Defense Dialogues. These dialogues were a NATO’s Secretary-General’s Representative Office initiative as part of the agenda “Women, Peace and Security”.
The project was funded by the Portuguese Ministry of Defense and coordinated by Anália Torres.
The project GIESTA – Women and Girls in the Interior and Rural areas – Promoting Equality between Women and Men highlights ‘giesta’ since it is a resistant species along mountains. That same resistance characterizes women in the interior of Portugal, particularly in rural areas. Devolped by Associação Fragas Aveloso – Associação para a Interação Ambiental, Científica, Comunitária e Cultural, the strategic goal of the project is to intervine among women and girls in the rural communities of the interior of the country, specifically in the municipality of Lafões, S. Pedro do Sul.
The project is funded by POISE and has Manuela Tavares as its coordinator.
This project is funded by FCT in the scope of the financial aid specially dedicated to the research projects that focus on the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on hate speech and on the crimes of incitement to violence and hate.
In order to gain knowledge about the displays of hate made by and between young people on social media in Europe before and during the COVID-19 pandemic, Social | HaterS will conduct a survey, 5 case studies and a systemic analysis of Tik Tok content. The results of the project will contribute to the future work of preventing and fighting online hate speech made by and between young people in Europe. This will be achieved with partnerships with Spanish and Italian researchers who also work in the project.
Social | HaterS is coordinated by Maria José Magalhães (FPCEUP, CIEG/ISCSP-ULisboa, UMAR) and has União de Mulheres Alternativa e Resposta (UMAR) as its leader entity and CIEG as its partner.
For more information, please visit the project's site here.
The Interdisciplinary Center for Gender Studies (CIEG/ISCSP-ULisboa) developed the project Monitoring and Evaluation the National Strategy for Equality and Non-discrimination – Portugal + Igual as well as the IV Plan for Prevention and Fight Against Human Trafficking (2018-2021) between June and December 2021.
Under Professor Anália Torres’s coordination, the team monitored and assessed the conditions, difficulties and necessities identified after the implementation of policies on the equality between women and men, on the fight and prevention of gender and domestic violence, on sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, and sexual characteristics based discrimination, and on the fight and prevention of human trafficking in the last four years. The evaluation required a deep and rigorous exam that allowed the analysis of the implementation of these policies, the achievement of the stipulated goals and the improvement possibilities for the following political cycle.
Funded by POISE on the scope of Aviso No. 36-201907, line 3.16, the project ÍRIS – Life trajectories of LGBT people victims of domestic violence aims to characterize the life trajectories of LGBT people victims of domestic violence with the overall goal of describing and understanding the specificities of its developmental and victimization paths, and its impacts on the personal, familial and social levels.
The project is coordinated by Sofia Neves and has Cristina Pereira Vieira as a member of its team.
For any further information, visit the project's website, here.
After the public tender promoted by Câmara Municipal de Lisboa (CML), CIEG was the selected entity for this project, which is funded by CML. The project aims to study the reality of sexual harassment and bullying at CML. With this knowledge, a set of instruments which allow the prevention, fighting, reporting, referencing and resolution of the cases of sexual harassment and bullying will be designed.
The team has Bernardo Coelho as its coordinator, Diana Maciel as a researcher and Anália Torres as a consultant.
Researchers from all 27 EU member States participate in this project. It aims to provide scientific knowledge that can inform policy-makers and underpin public policies on people with disabilities.
It is funded by the European Comission.
Paula Campos Pinto is the coordinator of the project's Portuguese team.
The project is promoted by the Institute of Social and Political Sciences of the University of Lisbon (ISCSP-ULisboa) and funded by the Work-life Balance and Gender Equality Programme of the European Economic Area Financial Mechanism – EEAGrants. The project’s operating organization is the Commission for Citizenship and Gender Equality (CIG) and the study is being developed by the Interdisciplinary Centre for Gender Studies (CIEG/ISCSP-ULisboa) in partnership with the University of Maia – ISMAI, Open University, Plano I Association, Portuguese Red Cross - Braga Delegation, SOS Racismo and Odal Naeringshage.
Boomerang is a project whose main objective is to characterize the perceptions of immigrant women and men in Portugal about the economic impact of the unequal sharing of unpaid work and divorce, and to analyze its effects on the conciliation between personal, family, and professional life. Thus, the project intends to carry out a scientific study with immigrants of Brazilian, Cape Verdean and Ukrainian nationalities, as well as with professionals who work with them, in order to know their stories and hear their voices.
The results of Boomerang will serve to increase knowledge about the situation of immigrant people in Portugal. This knowledge is expected to contribute to an improvement in their living conditions and to the promotion of gender equality in the time allocated to paid and unpaid work.
It is coordinated by Estefânia Silva and Cláudia Casimiro.
You can participate in the project's survey which can be accessed, here.
CIEG’s 10th Anniversary Conference focused on the theme “Equality and Gender, Feminist and Women’s Studies – a decade of change”, on May 27th, at Auditório Óscar Soares Barata, ISCSP-ULisboa, and livestreaming on Facebook.
The event gathered, physically and through Zoom, researchers from different scientific areas dedicated to Gender, Feminist and Women´s Studies to debate on the changes occurred in the last ten years as well on what is yet to change.
The programm is available here.
The event will soon be available on CIEG's YouTube Channel, here.
Poliksena Hardalova, a Bulgarian and Portuguese citizen, was a professor for 15 years at the National Academy of Theater and Cinema at the University of Sofia, Bulgaria, where she completed her PhD in theater sciences. Co-founder of the social theater company TSVETE THEATRE in 1994 in Bulgaria, she has participated in numerous projects in the Balkans, Europe and the USA. She researches and intervenes in the areas of social and educational theater and is a trainer of applied arts, theater and puppetry, Forum Theater and Theater of the Senses. Invited Adjunct Professor at ESE do Porto, she collaborates with ESMAE, both from IPP, teaching undergraduate and masters degrees. She is artistic director and supervisor of the technical team at the Escola de Segunda Oportunidade de Matosinhos.
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