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May, 2024

Social Work and the Challenges of Intervention

The Degree in Social Work at Universidade Lusófona – Centro Universitário de Lisboa e do Porto, is organizing a Seminar entitled "Social Work and the Challenges of Intervention", to take place on May 22, 2024, in person and online. This event follows the creation of the Lusophone Academies - the Academy of Social Work of "Lusophone Education" - and it is a great honour for us to have the presence of colleagues and researchers.
April 7, 2024

Upcoming Events

May

  • May 8. Europe Day – conference (LusoGlobe + Danish Embassy in Portugal). Info: Jorge Botelho Moniz.
  • May 21 8am to 10am. Celebration of World Cultural Diversity Day for Dialogue and Development. Helia Bracons.
  • May 22. Seminar "Social Work and the Challenges of Intervention". Helia Brancons. 
  • May 29. Study visit to the Ministério dos Negócios Estrangeiros (LusoGlobe + MNE). Info: Jorge Botelho Moniz.
2024

First GIRI-hub Simulation 2024

GIRI-hub, Gamification in International Relations Lab, will conduct a simulation based on one of the cases that are part of the project managed with the National Defense Institute, within the scope of the Education Framework for Defense, Security and Peace.

2024

Permanent Seminar of Islamic Studies

The Permanent Seminar of Islamic Studies is a cycle of online lectures on themes and figures of Islam and Islamic civilisation, organised in the context of the scientific area of Science of Religions at Lusófona University, coordinated by Fabrizio Boscaglia.

Schedule*

  • 25/05 - 18h
    Ibn Khamīs of Évora and his mystical treatise (11th-12th centuries) - António Rei (IEM-Universidade Nova de Lisboa)
  • 29/06 - 18h
    Women poets of al-Andalus - Natália Nunes (IELT-Universidade Nova de Lisboa, CHUL-Universidade de Lisboa)
  • 27/07 - 18h
    Ibn al-Fāriḍ: the sultan of the passionates (576/1181-632/1235) - Abdelkrim Ben-Nas (Universidad de Alicante)
  • 31/08 - 18h
    What is a Ḥadīth? Introduction to the prophetic tradition in Islam - Fabrizio Boscaglia (Universidade Lusófona) e Yasir Aboobakr (Fundação Islâmica de Palmela)
  • 28/09 - 18h
    Considerations on the concept of Luso-Arab poetry - Catarina Nunes de Almeida (CEC-Universidade de Lisboa)
  • 26/10 - 18h
    The slave Briolanja, fashions and permanences of Islam (16th-17th centuries) - Franklin Pereira (ARTIS-Universidade de Lisboa)
  • 30/11 - 18h
    Praça-Mouraria: Islam, heritage and gentrification - José Mapril (CRIA-Universidade Nova de Lisboa)
  • 14/12 - 18h
    Ibn ʿArabī and Koranic hermeneutics based on mystical intuition (kashf) Carlos Frederico Barboza de Souza (PUC-Minas Gerais, MIAS-Latina)

*All lectures will be given in Portuguese or Spanish language

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