Generations and governance: youth, aging and public politics in compared contexts

Leading researcher: Antónia Pedroso de Lima
Research group: Governance, Policies and Livelihoods
Type of project: Network
Status: Concluded
Keywords: Crisis and vulnerability | Care | Public politics | Social reproduction


Main institution: CRIA
Participant institutions: n.a.
Funding: Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian
Reference: n.a.
Starting date: 01-07-12

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Abstract

Departing from the Portuguese context this project aims at understanding how other States mobilize cultural, social and economic resources in contexts of crisis and vulnerability. More than a mere acknowledgement of the State of the art on the public policies in each Country, we are finding that different generations response differently to the crises situations that they experience. The work will be organized through four tasks each different countries in order to understand and analyze how policies are designed in different generations and various scenarios, and how these same policies are experienced by the subject to which these same policies are aimed at: young street in Maputo; Youth, international migration and Social reproduction; Anthropology, public policy and Global governance; Care and Aging in the interstices of Welfare States.

Researchers from CRIA

IDNamePositionProjTitleProject typeStatus
pub106*Antónia Pedroso de LimaPrincipal Investigatorproj19*Generations and governance: youth, aging and public politics in compared contextsNetworkConcluded
pub149*Paula TogniResearcherproj19*Generations and governance: youth, aging and public politics in compared contextsNetworkConcluded
pub16*Ana Rita MoreiraResearcherproj19*Generations and governance: youth, aging and public politics in compared contextsNetworkConcluded
pub253*Lira DolabellaResearcherproj19*Generations and governance: youth, aging and public politics in compared contextsNetworkConcluded
pub376*Andrea MoreiraResearcherproj19*Generations and governance: youth, aging and public politics in compared contextsNetworkConcluded
Other researchers

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