VIII International Conference of Sociology and Social Work:

The challenges of Democracy: Making Society in Times of Individualization

Conference Program

20th November - Oporto

Institute Superior of Social Work of Porto (Av. Dr. Manuel Teixeira Ruela, 370, 4460-362 Senhora da Hora, MATOSINHOS)

Morning

9h30Registration of the participants

10h00-10h15Opening addresses
Clara Santos (Director of OCIS – FPCE-UC) and José Alberto Reis (Headmaster of the Directive Board of ISSSP)

10h15-11h30Inaugural Conference
Ian Shaw

11h30-11h45Coffee Break

11h45–12h45Debate on Challenges of Investigation on Social Work and Sociology
João Teixeira Lopes and Inês Amaro; Chair: Paula Vieira

13h00-14h00Lunch

Afternoon

14h00-16h00Parallel Sessions

Room 1 – The Challenges of Democracy in the Present Times – Chair: Jacqueline Marques

- In between democracy and neoliberalism: the importance of the education for citizenship – Ana Margarida Neves, Ana Seixas and Bruno de Sousa
- The new management of the work force: it’s impacts at the subjectivity of the social being and in the configuration of the working movements – Luísa Cordeiro and Alexia Dorneles
- Deliverity systems and interfaces sociostates at the public ambiental politics at Brazil - brief considerations – Rachel Carvalho
- The social transition of welfare models: challenges for social service - Cláudia Garcia

Room 3 - Making Society as an alternative to Social Complex Problems – Chair: Elsa Montenegro

- Qualitative investigation with institunalized children: paths and participation – Ana M.ª dos Santos and Fátima Alves
- Public politics of cosical and urbanistic intervention at municipal urbanized housing – Mª de Fátima dos Santos and Francisco Branco
- Humanization of hospital care: The case for the admission of adults with severe disabilities to the emergency department – Alexandra Machado and Francisco Branco
- Processes of construction of secondary institutional victims – Mónica Carvalho and Cristina Albuquerque

Room 5 - Sustainability of Contemporary Democracies- Chair: Idalina Machado

- Social Work values as an instrument for social cohesion in contemporary democracies – Inês Pereira and Maria Inês Amaro
- Growing Pains: Predicting the Adjustment of Youth Volunteers by Their Personal, Environmental and organizational Resources - Amit Zriker

16h00–16h30Closing Plenary Session - José Alberto Reis (ISSSP)

21st November - Coimbra

Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences of the University of Coimbra (Building II, FPCE, Largo de D. Dinis, COIMBRA)

Morning

8h30Registration of the participants

9h00-9h30Opening addresses by Magnificent Dean of University Coimbra, PhD Maria Paula Paixão (Vicedirector of FPCE-UC, representing Director, PhD António Gomes Ferreira), PhD Clara Cruz Santos (Director of OCIS- FPCE-UC), PhD José Alberto Reis (Headmaster of the Directive Board of ISSSP)

9h30-10h30The Challenges of Democracy in the Present Time - Fernanda Rodrigues, Chair: Clara Cruz Santos

10h30-11h00Coffee Break room 2.7

11h00–13h00Parallel Sessions

Auditorium: The challenges of democracy in present time: Democracy, Commitment and Insecurity/ Social Movements in the 21 st Century – Chair: Clara Cruz Santos

- Safe spaces for radical ideas? From deradicalisation to the repoliticisation in youth welfare work – Bar van Bouchaute, Reyhan Görgöz Denoix Kerger, Tim Vanhove
- Internet for the debate from the notions of rationality and liberty of Amartya Sem and Michel Foucault – M.ª Rosário Carvajal Munõz
- Judicial Power and Democracy in Latin America. The relationship between the spheres of the State - Clara Gonzalez Cragnolino
- Postcards from the Mediterranean Sea: technology, democracy and border — Alejandro Limpo González
- Common crib. Divergent paths: notes on the emergence of sociology and social work in the progressive Era in the United States on the anniversary of Hull House Foundation as a Democratic Experiment – Francisco Branco

Room 3.4 - Making Society as an alternative to Social Complex Problems: which answers? Chair: Jacqueline Marques

- Invisible effects of poverty at schools – a challenge for social workers - Eva Krizova, Ana Dorado, Jesús Pérez
- Social Constructivism as a theoretical model and analytical and comprehensive perspective of facing the problems of the social complex - Cristiana Montibeller Schroeder
- Cross-cutting approaches to social intervention in situations of parental violence – Mar Brioso, Ana Dorado and Jesús Pérez
- Perceptions of education professionals: contribution to characteristics, dynamics and behaviours in school environment, - Sónia Caridade, Ana Isabel Sani; Laura M. Nunes; Mª João Gonçalves and Mª João Guerreiro
- School surrounding spaces and school functioning: a perspective from the education professionals, - Sónia Caridade, Ana Isabel Sani; Laura M. Nunes; Maria João Gonçalves and Maria João Guerreiro

13h00-14h00Lunch

Afternoon

14h00-15h30Round Table: Making Society as an alternative to Social Complex Problems
Key Note speakers: Cristina Albuquerque, Iain Ferguson and Paulo Peixoto Chair: Francisco Branco

15h30-16h00Coffee Break room 2.7

16h00-18h00Parallel sessions

Auditorium: The challenges of democracy in present times: Democratic transmutations and the consequences on social rights – Chair: Joana Guerra

- Democracy borders in a borderless world, - Aurea Bastos Davet
- Performance of the Timor-leste democracy consolidation: Analyzing opportunities, challenges and expectations for a more incluve society – Martinho Pereira and Maria S. Baltazar
- Brazilian social policies – expansion, uncertainty and radical retrenchement – Lenaura de Vasconcelos Costa Lobato
- Social Work on the threshold of dystopia, - Sónia Guadalupe

Room 3.1- Making Society as an alternative to social complex problems: Which answers? – Chair: Helena Amaro da Luz

- Transforming Masculinities through Public Policies: Engaging men on the equality agenda in Spain and Portugal, - Bakea Alonso and Tatiana Moura
-"Suspended lives": Institutional challenges towards refugees self-determination - Paulo Santos and Sandra Mateus
- Career Commitment among Social Workers: Contribution of Personal and Organizational Factors, - Guil Javier Koltun, Amit Zriker and Anat Freund
- New realities of a ancient Spain: challenges and changes, - Ana Dorado,Santiago Prado and Jesús Perez
- Forced migration and the social protection system in Brazil - Fabio Jardel Gaviraghi

Room 3.4 - Making Society as an alternative to Social Complex Problems: Power Relations and Truth Discourses in Social Intervention, - Chair:Helena Neves Almeida

- Children rights, policies and institutional migration apparatus of unaccompanied minors in Italy and Portugal – Maria Irene Carvalho and Isabella Paolleti
- Discourses on old age and its impacts on social intervention, - Jacqueline Marques, Mónica Teixeira and Nuno Pires
- Recognition of people with severe disability as “weak players” and the construction of inclusive and dialogic societies – Alexandra Machado and Francisco Branco
- Transitional safeguarding: Transforming how adolescents and young adults are safeguarded, - Christine Cocker, Adi Cooper - Making Citizenship and Doing Family in Social Work Encounters: Institutional Selves and Empowered Citizens, - Michel Binet, David Monteiro and Tânia Pinto

16h00-16h30Coffee Break

18h00-20h00Parallel Sessions

Auditorium - Making Society as an alternative to Complex Problems: Evaluation of Social Politics and Programs: the two sides of the same coin - Chair: Joana Guerra

-The concept of evaluation in social work policies – an approach from the Spanish autonomic legislative framework – Carmen Arenas Carbellido
- Under Pressure: The Case of Social Workers in Social Services in the Arab Sector in Israel, - Amit Zriker and Anat Freund
- Transsexuality and social policy: current, rumos and social emancipation, - Joana Andreia Brinca, Almeida, Ricardo Menezes, Nídia Carvalho and Ana Branca.
- Implications in the bureaucratic treatment of the evaluation in the academic and professional routine of social workers. - Fátima Valéria Ferreira de Souza
- Professional Work in National Contexts: the case of Asian Social Work, - Ian Shaw

Room 3.1 - Making Society as an alternative to social complex problems? Which answers? Chair: Helena Amaro da Luz

- Freedom and vigilance, the human being in the anguish between being individual and collective, - Ana Amélia Moura Swicker, Mauri Leodir Lobler; Sheila Kocourek; Simone Campos
- Innovative Public policies for emerging social problems: the case of the older people in Spain, - Jesus Perez, Mar Brioso, Victor Renobell, Ana Dorado - Effects of Inequalities in health and quality of life in Spain during the Great Recession, - Esteban Sánchez Moreno
-Social work and community mediation: contribution to international comparative research, - Hermínia Fernandes Gonçalves
- Health Policy in Brazil: Challenges of democracy in face of disasters - Nadianna Rosa Marques, Maria Isabel Barros Bellini, Estevão Yamin and Alessandra Garrot Vilanova
- Age management concerns and pratices in three portuguese enterprises – Paula Ferreira Sousa

Room.3.4- Sustainability of Contemporary Democracies: Pluralism, individu alism and Peacebuilding/Development, Involvement and Social-Territorial Cohesion/Innovation and Social Alternatives, - Chair: Francisco Branco

- Decline of the universalism and the strengthening of individualism: reflection on the policies and practices of integration of migrants and refugees. - Paula Sousa
- Knowledge and culture: ability to build appropriate knowledge to intervene in the public field. - Hélia Bracons
- The limitations of the civil society organizations into the professional training policy for the unemployed. -María Rosario Carvajal Muñoz
- Brazil at the present time: Reflecting advances and setbacks in the relations hip between State and Feminist and LGBTI Movements, - Rita de Cássia Freitas, Rafaella Musmanno Gonçalves; Ana Beatriz Furtado
- From the outside to the middle. Kuzo, an art: based workplace for public deliberation - Michel Tirions
- Contemporary Democracy: the role of network governance in social policy, Cristiana Dias Almeida and Cristina Pinto Albuquerque

21h00Conference Dinner @ Centro Cultural D. Dinis

22rd November - Coimbra

Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences of the University of Coimbra (Building II, FPCE, Largo de D. Dinis, COIMBRA)

Morning

8h30Reception

9h30-10h30 The challenges of Democracy: Making Society in Times of Individualization
Daniel Innerarity - Chair: Cristina Albuquerque

10h30-11h00Coffee Break room 2.7

11h00–13h00Parallel Sessions

Auditorium: Making Society Making society as an alternative to social complex problems: Complex Social Problems: which answers? Chair: Ana Seixas

- Promoting reaffiliation in the childless older population - Sónia Guadalupe
- Reflection on complex social problems through art in the training of Social Workers - Daniela Monteiro and Alexandra Esteves
- The framework of organizational capacity to deal with complex problems: Challenges for social workers involved in care services - Helena Reis Amaro da Luz
- Social work, professional relationships and interdependence; an answer to complex social problems? - Eleni Athanasiou
- Neighborhood network interventions for inclusion of people with disabilities - Stefanie van Zal, Pauline Willems & Merel van Schravendijk

Room 3.4 - Making Society as an alternative to Social Complex Problems: Power Relations and Truth Discourses in Social Intervention Chair: Joana Guerra

- Robots, lies and misinformation in Venezuela: identifying automated TWITTER profiles of Telesur and Vtv media - Rodrigo Silva
- Exploring the discourses inherent in Social Work methods of intervention: Restorative Practice in the UK - Karen Roscoe
- Participation and empowerment in social work – reality or endangered ideal? - Jaroslava Stastna
- Continuing education intimes of retrocession of rights: some elements about the Brazilian reality - Cristina Kologeski Fraga
- Social services, design and suicide: real possibilities of innovation in prevention - Edson Marques Oliveira

11h-13hRoom 2.3 -Workshops: Making Society as an alternative to Social Complex Problems: Complex Social Problems: which answers? Chair: Paula Sousa

- Practical guidelines for social inclusion within the neighbourhood of intellectual challenged people or people with a mental disorder - Monica Stouten-Hanekamp and Alie Velvis
- Democratic and polarizing use of language by social professionals in custom plans of clients - Nicole Ketelaar, Christine Ribbert and Ellen Oosterkamp

13h00-14h00 Lunch

Afternoon

14h00-16h00Parallel Sessions

Room 1.5 - Making Society as an alternative to social complex s an alternative to Social Complex Problems: Evaluation of Social Politics an d Programs: the two sides of the same coin – Chair: Clara Cruz Santos

- Active Labour Market Policies in the New Social Order: Impacts on the personal and professional life course of citizens-recipients - Vanessa Nunes and Clara Cruz Santos
- Evaluation as a process of empowerment and social change: challenges and opportunities – Ana M.ª da Costa Oliveira
- Social impact assessment and network governance how: can we get the best of both worlds? - Cristiana Dias Almeida, Cristina Pinto Albuquerque
- #PrayFor (insert tragedy here): Mapping Interactivity throughout the use of hastags on Facebook and Instagram – the case of the Manchester Attack (22 nd may 2017) – Rodrigo Silva

Room 2.3 - Making Society as an alternative to social complex problems: which answers? Chair: Jacqueline Marques

- Waste management in Brazil and the democratic social participation of public agents - Ana Amélia Moura Swicker, Sheila Kocourek; Mauri Leodir Lobler; Jairo da Luz Oliveira
- Social Workers perspectives about aging in isolated territories - Marta Carolina Fonseca
- Collective response to combat violence against women in Santa Maria – Brazil: an intersectional fórum - Laura Ferreira Cortes, Stela Padoin, Jaqueline Arboit, Guilherme Weiss Pinheiro, Nadianna Rosa Marques ,Mª Paula Binotto Stefanello and Mª Celeste Landerdahl
- Doing society – social participation of youngsters in a rural area of Germany - Ines Schell-Kiehl
- Refugees and Social Protection: dilemmas and realities in the 21st century - Fabio Jardel Gaviraghi and Clara Cruz Santos

Room 3.1 - Making Society as an alternative to social complex problems: Complex Social Problems: which answers? Chair: Helena Reis Amaro da Luz Almeida:

- Chronic kidney disease: social work intervention and social complex problem: is there a link? - Maria João Sacadura, Helena Neves Almeida
- Making social work and health care system fit for an ageing population—Joana Guerra, João Barbeito, Ricardo Crispim and Rita Pratas
- A Pessoa em Fim de Vida: Que direitos? - Berta Pereira Jacinto, Helena Neves Almeida
- Alcoholism in Portugal: a real and complex problem? - Mª Inês Pinto Lagarto, Francisco Branco
- Migration and capitalism: the case of the African refugees in Israel—Efraim Davidi

16h00-16h30Coffee Break room 2.7

16h30-17h30Round Table: Sustainability of Contemporary Democracies
Key Note Speakers: Rudi Roose and Helena Neves Almeida

17h30–18:00Closing Plenary Session - Clara Cruz Santos, Cristina Albuquerque and Helena Neves Almeida