Professor at University of Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona. Researcher in the area of cooperatives, especially on the distinctive aspects of cooperative business model from the point of view of its positive contribution to the functioning of the social group and overcoming inequalities. She has participated in several research projects. She has published two books and several articles in national and international journals.
Promotion of the cooperatives as an alternative business organization model that is supportive and democratic.
Juan de la Cierva Fellow at the University of Barcelona, specialized in ICT. He has participated in different international research of great scientific, political and social impact like IMPACT-EV and in initiatives like the Social Impact repository SIOR.
Social impact and ICT and President of the Association Men in Dialogue.
Lecturer at University of Girona, specialized in migration, citizen’s participation, human rights and the labour market. He has been visiting researcher at different universities in China and the United States.
Social networks and inclusion of immigrants.
Lecturer and researcher at University of Barcelona. PhD by the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales in Paris. She has participated in different international researchers such as INCLUD-ED, contributing to the improvement of education especially of women from cultural minorities, such as Muslim women.
Dialogic literary gatherings and minority women.
Professor at the Federal University of Sao Carlos, Brazil. She has worked in many international researches in the domain of education and gender. She is the main researcher in Learning Communities and Successful Educational Actions in Brazil.
Transference of the Learning Communities in Brazil.
Professor University of Barcelona, specialized in Mathematics. He has worked in international and national researches of great scientific prestige with social impact. He is a Spanish representative at the Commission Internationale por l’Ètude et l’Amelioriation de l’Enseingnement des Mathematiques (CIEAEM).
Successful Educational Actions in Mathematics.
Teacher at the University of Barcelona. Her main contribution focused on the prevention of VAW in leisure contexts such as Night clubs and she has published in JCR selected international journals such as Violence Against Women.
Night clubs and preventive socialization of VAW.
Doctor Honoris Causa by the University of West Timisoara and Full Professor of Sociology at the University of Barcelona. Principal investigator in international high level researches with great social and political impact like INCLUD-ED and IMPACT-EV . He has published different JCR articles and one of them has won the 2013 Best Paper Prize from Cambridge Journal of Education, and is the most read article of the journal in 2015 al 2015
Social impact of science, SEA and NAM.
Ramon y Cajal Resaercher University of Lleida. She has been Marie Curie Fellow in Cambridge University. Her contribution has been based on the transference of successful actions based on dialogic learning in educational centres of UK with Chipe Project.
Dialogic Learning and Successful Educational Actions.
Juan de la Cierva Researcher at the University of Barcelona. Her contribution is based on the analysis of the educational actions that improve the participation of families and citizenship as well as the inclusion of minors from ethnic minorities.
Professor at the University of Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona. He has participated in prestigious international researches such as WORKALO and INCLUD-ED. Currently coordinating a European Commission’s FP7 Marie S. Curie RISE Project. He is a key reference in communicative methodology. He is currently directing the national R+D research EDUFAM on how the training of families in educational centres improves learning and coexistence.
Professor at University of Barcelona. Her contribution focuses on the implementation of dialogic learning in online environments and the use of communication for social transformation. She has participated in different research national and European research projects in this topic.
Dialogic learning in online contexts.
Teacher ad the University of Barcelona .As a Roma researcher, his contribution is focused on the social and educational success of vulnerable groups, specifically of Roma people.
Member of the Roma Studies Group (CEG), Affirmative Action and socail inclusion of the Roma people in Catalonia, and member of the Educational Group at the Integrated Plan for the Roma in Catalonia of the Catalan Government.
Professor at University of Girona. From her career her involvement in the pioneering research about gender violence in Catalan and Spanish universities stands out. She is a member of the Editorial Board of JCR journal Violence Against Women.
Post-doctoral reseacher at University of Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona. Her international contributions to social inclusion of students with special educational needs stand out, as so does her involvement with projects of social transformation as Learning Communities.
Inclusion and Special Educational Needs.
Professor at University of Barcelona. She has participated in different international researches with social impact. She has been the principal investigator in the R+D research of a pioneering concept that contributes to advance in the overcoming of gender violence Miratge de l’ascens social [the mirage of the upward mobility].
Mirage of Upward mobility and preventive socialization of gender violence.
Professor at the University of Barcelona. She has participated in different international research of great relevance, focusing her contribution on the efficiency of democratic processes as well as the prevention of gender violence among adolescents. She has published in international different journals of great impact.
Social impact and active citizenship.
New Alternative Masculinities in vocational training.
Professor at University of Barcelona. Internationally recognised feminist for her concept of Dialogic feminism. She has recently been awarded a one-year Marie S. Curie Fellowship at Cambridge University’s Institute of Criminology (2015-2016). She has been the principal investigator of many researches with social impact in gender, author of different publications with scientific impact at international level and recognised by her involvement in the overcoming of gender violence in Universities.
Dialogic model of conflict prevention. Preventive socialization of Gender Violence.
She has been advisor of the European Women’s Lobby
Teacher and Researcher at the Autonomous University of Barcelona. Her main contribution is the prevention of sexual abuse to minors through the Internet, and from any type of online harassment, as well as on the use of communication media as tools of social transformation.
Ramon y Cajal fellow on Psychology of Memory at the Loyola Andalucía University, affiliated at the Human Neuroscience Lab. Double PhD by the University of Wisonsin-Madison (USA) as a Fulbright Scholar.
Memmory and preventive Socialization of Gender Violence.
Assistant professor at the University of Barcelona. She has participated in different researches with social impact and publishe in international journals. Her main contribution is based on the social inclusion in multicultural environments.
Successful Actions in the inclusion of cultural groups.
Lecturer at the University of Zaragoza. She was Marie Curie Postdoctoral Fellow. Leadership for Learning Academic Group. University of Cambridge. She has participated in different international research with social impact and she is currently developing the research line on dialogic leadership in educational contexts.
Dialogic leadership in Learning Communities.
Lecturer at the University Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona. He has contributed in diverse international R+D research projects with New Alternative Masculinities being one of the main contributions. He has published in different journals of international impact.
New Alternative Masculinities and prevention of school harassment.
Ramon y Cajal at the University of Barcelona. She has been post-doctoral fellow at the University of Edinburgh. Her main contribution has been the recovering of the historical memory of the movement of the Free Women, publishing her work in an international prestigious publishing house.
Recovery of historical memory of Free Women’s movement and women of the libertarian movement.
Assistant professor at University of Barcelona and secondary school teacher. Her main contribution focuses on the social inclusion of Roma women both in educational and employment domains.
Adult Education and the Inclusion of Roma Women.
Ramon y Cajal researcher Chair at Autonomous University of Barcelona. Post-doctoral fellowship at l’École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales in Paris. Her main contributions are focused on the analysis of intercultural dialogue as a way to overcome racism. She has participated in various international research and has published in journals with scientific impact
Dialogicity and antiracist discourse
Professor at University of Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona. She has a long career as researcher in different European projects based on the inclusion of the voices of non-academic women in diverse spaces of public debate.
Professor of Sociology at the UAB. PhD by Harvard University. She has participated in various international researches and published in different journals with high scientific impact. Her most important contribution is based on the inclusion of the Roma people, especially the Roma women. She has lead the R+D TRANSROMA where she analyses the transnational solidarity practices of Romanian Roma.
Professor at the Universitat de Vic. PhD by the Northern Illinois University. She has participated in various international research and has published in journals of scientific impact. Her main contribution is based on the democratic education of adults as a tool for inclusion of the vulnerable group of non-academic adults.
European Movement of Democratic Education of Adults
Postdoctoral researcher at the University of Deusto. Her contribution is focused on the preventive socialization of gender violence online and in adolescents, as well as the social inclusion and the democratic participation of vulnerable groups