Numa iniciativa conjunta entre o GI LIFE, o GI ATS e o OPJ-Observatório Permanente da Juventude, no próximo dia 18 de Fevereiro irá realizar-se no Instituto de Ciências Sociais da Universidade de Lisboa o Seminário Internacional GREEN ECONOMY: OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES FOR RURAL NEETS. Este seminário é promovido no âmbito de uma Ação COST sobre jovens rurais em condição NEEF – COST Action RNYN-Rural NEET Youth Network, na qual o OPJ participa. O seminário irá contar com a presença de Ilkay Unay-Gailhard do IAMO (Alemanha) com uma apresentação sobre o impacto da economia verde no emprego rural; de Francisco Simões do CIS-IUL, com uma apresentação sobre o papel da formação vocacional como promotora do envolvimento dos jovens rurais em condição NEEF na agricultura; e de Maria Manuel Vieira, Tatiana Ferreira e Lia Pappámikail (OPJ, ICS-ULisboa) com uma apresentação sobre “boas práticas”, seus limites e potencialidades na promoção da empregabilidade jovem, no âmbito de um projeto financiado pelo Instituto de Emprego e Formação Profissional e desenvolvido pelo OPJ. O seminário irá contar ainda com a presença da investigadora do ICS-ULisboa, Sofia Ribeiro como moderadora/discussant. A entrada é livre.
Ilkay Unay-Gailhard got her Master degree on agricultural economics, and rural policy from University of Montpellier and SupAgro, Montpellier, France in 2008. She completed her traineeship at OECD, Paris. She worked two years as a lecturer at Northeast Normal University, Economics Department, China. Since 2010 she is working as a researcher at Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Transition Economies (IAMO). She received her PhD in agricultural economics from the Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg in 2016.
Francisco Simões is an assistant researcher and a full member of the Center for Social Research and Intervention at the University Institute of Lisbon (CIS-IUL). He currently co-coordinates the research group Community, Education and Development (CED), at CIS-IUL. He is also the Chair of the COST Action intitled Rural NEET Youth Network – Modeling the risks underlying rural NEETs social exclusion.
Maria Manuel Vieira is a sociologist (PhD) and research fellow at the Institute of Social Sciences, University of Lisbon (Portugal). Her present research interests include modernity and education systems, schooling and individuation processes, adolescent cultures in school space and schooling as an affiliation link between parents and children and recently she has developed research on young people in NEEF condition. She currently participates in a COST Action intitled Rural NEET Youth Network – Modeling the risks underlying rural NEETs social exclusion. Since 2010 she coordinates the Permanent Youth Observatory (OPJ) at ICS-ULisboa.
Tatiana Ferreira is a sociologist (master) and guest assistant professor at Higher School of Education of Polytechnic Institute of Santarém. Her present research interests include youth, youth employability, youth public policies and education. She is member of the Permanent Youth Observatory where she has participated in several projects about public policies in Portugal, at local and national level, and in Europe. She currently participates in a COST Action intitled Rural NEET Youth Network – Modeling the risks underlying rural NEETs social exclusion.
Lia Pappámikail is a sociologist (PhD), Professor at Higher School of Education of Polytechnic Institute of Santarém and member of the Permanent Youth Observatory where she has participated in several projects. Her main research interests include the intersection of sociology of youth, family and education, adolescent cultures in school space and schooling and social and public policies. She also collaborated with the College of Education of the Polytechnic Institute of Lisbon until 2018, mainly in the trainning of teachers and cultural development professionals.