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Diversity in News Coverage of the War in Ukraine

In the conflict that unfolds on European soil and whose victims are predominantly white people, attention to the value of diversity in journalism is revealed both in what is reported and in what is not usually covered Ester Minga The war in Ukraine has, unsurprisingly, received intense news coverage. Even before the invasion by Russia, […]

Integral Human Development Social Sector


Autonomy, innovation, and collaboration will undoubtedly be key factors in a new and desirable configuration of this structuring sector which, like others, will have to know how to respond to the “urgent challenge of protecting our common home (…) in the search for sustainable and integral development”, effectively and truly propelling the common good.

DeafSpace, Displacement e Homemaking Integral Human Development

DeafSpace, Displacement and Homemaking

Ecology of everyday life: DeafSpace and homemaking in the experience of displaced deaf people When we talk about social and cultural ecology, driven by lines of investigation that intertwine Deaf Studies and Cultural Studies, we recognize the connection with ways of being, feeling, and understanding the world, associated with deaf people who use gestural communication […]

Integral Human Development Migrants Nepalese Migrant Women

Nepali Female Migrants – 1

This is the first part of a blog post introducing my postdoc research project with Nepalese Migrant Women from the 1st and 2nd generations in Portugal within the framework of the IHD – Integral Human Development postdoc program at CADOS, Universidade Católica Portuguesa, 2022.

Integral Human Development

Integral Human Development (IHD) / Desenvolvimento Humano Integral (DHI)

Blog for the presentation, discussion and dissemination of the different research projects integrated in the Post-Doctoral Program on IHD – Integral Human Development by CADOS (2022-2024), Universidade Católica Portuguesa, Portugal. The projects focus on Integral Human Development themes, namely the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s) of the 2030-UN Agenda engaging with the Peripheries of Humanity and with invisible, unheard or excluded populations: migrant women, migrants with special needs, non-migrant elderly relatives and representations of migrants on the media, hidden school dropout, organization and local management of the humanitarian organization Caritas.

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