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17 MAY – UAL – UNIVERSIDADE AUTÓNOMA DE LISBOA
14H30-16H00

Panel 1 [Sala 28] – The individual as an actor of international life [A]
Chair: Armindo Saraiva Matias (President of the Scientific Council of UAL)

Alexandre Guerreiro (Universidade de Lisboa) –15 years of International Criminal Court: Waiting for Godot

Alexandra Magnólia Dias (Universidade Nova de Lisboa)Irreconcilable concepts and practices of justice: Africa’s international society and the International Criminal Court

Maria Francisca Saraiva (ISCSP, Universidade de Lisboa) – The EU and the Crime of Aggression After Kampala Through the Lens of Effective Multilateralism

Filomena Capela Correia Amaral (Centro de Estudos Internacionais, ISCTE-IUL) – Jean-Pierre Bemba Gombo VS The Prosecutor: Mirror games in the International Criminal Court

">Carla Freitas Alves (Universidade de Lisboa), Ingrid Tonon (Instituto Superior Técnico) e Fabrício Castro (Universidade Nova de Lisboa) – Human being as the protagonist of mitigation and adaptation actions against climate change: the case of global sea level rise

Panel 2 [Sala 23] – Demographic trends and international relations [A]
Chair: Pedro Trovão do Rosário (Director of the Law Department)

Marcos Antonio da Silva (Universidade Federal da Grande Dourados, Brazil) e Ricardo Ojima (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil) – Between the countryside and the sea: contemporary international migrations in the Brazilian Northeast

Rui Paiva (OBSERVARE, Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa) –Demographic dynamics in the People's Republic of China – Chinas’ strategy for the Diaspora

Carolina Nunan (Universidade Católica de Minas Gerais, Brazil) e Duval Magalhães Fernandes (Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Minas Gerais, Brazil) – Trends in the Portuguese-Brazilian migratory flow

Michele Freire Schiffler (Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo, Brazil) e Andressa Zoi Nathanailidis (Universidade de Vila Velha, Brazil) – The Brazilian indigenous subject and the global projects: protagonism and resistance in the Guaraní rap

Panel 3 [Sala 24] – Economic spaces and security spaces [A]
Chair: Manuel Farto (Director of the Economics Department)

Pedro Silva Barata (OBSERVARE, Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa) e João Piedade (Instituto Universitário Militar) – Revisiting Mahan and Mackinder: The European Union Energy Security

Evanthia Balla (OBSERVARE, Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa) – The refugee crisis and Europe´s disintegration dilemma

René Tapia (OBSERVARE, Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa) – The global pirate banking industry (globalization, drugs, offshore and corruption)

José Góis Chilão e José Lúcio (Universidade Nova de Lisboa) – Extension of the Portuguese continental shelf - contextualization, challenges and opportunities

Anastasia Oprea (Centro de Estudos Sociais, Universidade de Coimbra) – The EU as Security Space and its Implications on the European Political Identity 

Panel 4 [Sala 27] – End of ideologies? Its impact on international relations [A]
Chair: Miguel Figueira de Faria (Director of the History, Arts and Humanities Department)

Ricardo Sousa (OBSERVARE, Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa) – United Nations Security Council primacy over military interventions in Africa and the African Peace and Security Architecture (APSA)

Ángel Dámaso Luis León (Universidad de La Laguna, Spain) – Leftist militarism: The influence of Velasquism in Chávez

António Horta Fernandes (Universidade Nova de Lisboa) – The realist matrix as ideology of war in the (supposedly) post-ideological era

Aleksi Ylönen (Centro de Estudos Internacionais, ISCTE-IUL) End of Ideologies? National Liberation Movements in the Horn of Africa

Joana Lopes (OBSERVARE, Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa) – Revival of Nationalistic feelings in the European Union

Panel 5 [Auditório 3] – Education for global citizenship [A]
Chair: Filipe Vasconcelos Romão (Coordinator of the Bachelor Degree in International Relations)

Mª Cristina Naya-Riveiro, Ánxela Bugallo-Rodríguez e Araceli Serantes Pazos (Universidade da Coruña, Spain) – Education for Global Citizenship: A Challenge for School

Marcelo Dominguez Rodrigues Moreira (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain) – Films that exceed the educational scope: the cinema of the Misiones Pedagógicas (Pedagogical Missions) in the Second Spanish Republic

Filipe Martins (Centro de Estudos em Desenvolvimento Humano, Universidade Católica Portuguesa, Porto) – Learning for development: critical reflections arising from the evaluation of an intersectoral development education project

María Carracedo, Carmen Duce, Esther Doménech, Luis J. Miguel, Luis Pérez (Universidad de Valladolid, Spain) – Rural DEAR Agenda 

 

17 May – UAL – UNIVERSIDADE AUTÓNOMA DE LISBOA
16h30-18h00 

Panel 6 [Sala 28] – The individual as an actor of international life [B]
Chair: Luísa Godinho (Director of the Communication Sciences Department)

António Pedro Dores (Centro de Investigação e Estudos de Sociologia, ISCTE-IUL) – The role of social sciences in peace building processes

Ana Isabel Xavier (IPRI, Universidade Nova de Lisboa) – The human actorness of the European Union: deploying an European solidarity corps

Pedro Ponte e Sousa (IPRI, Universidade Nova de Lisboa) – Foreign policy and globalization: the agent-structure problem

Raquel Fernandes (Universidade do Minho) – From the diplomacy of modernization to Islamic conservatism: what explains the strategy of Recep Tayyip Erdogan?

Sérgio Barbosa dos Santos Silva (Centro de Estudos Sociais, Universidade de Coimbra) –WhatsApp's turn: new spaces of politics

Panel 7 [Sala 23] – Large population movements [A]
Chair: João Hipólito (Director of the Centre for Research in Psychology)  

Carlos Nolasco (Centro de Estudos Sociais, Universidade de Coimbra) – The rupture of the abyssal line and the entry of refugees and migrants into Europe

Catarina Sales Oliveira (Universidade da Beira Interior) e Emília Araújo (Centro de Estudos de Comunicação e Sociedade, Universidade do Minho) – Globalized Mobility

Joana Sousa Ribeiro (Centro de Estudos Sociais, Universidade de Coimbra) – Beyond people: capitalism, displacements and expulsions

Liliana Reis e Joana Vaz (Universidade da Beira Interior) – European Union Asylum Policy: idiosyncrasies in the protection of refugees in a fragmented Europe

João Paulo Feijóo (OBSERVARE, Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa) – “New Portuguese emigration”, corporate diasporas and transnational knowledge flows

Nuno Imperial (Universidade Nova de Lisboa) – The European Agenda on Migration that prevented the collapse of the Common European Asylum System (CEAS)

Panel 8 [Sala 27] – Economic spaces and security spaces [B]
Chair: Eduardo Cardadeiro (Director of the Autónoma Academy)

Franco Tomassoni (IPRI, Universidade Nova de Lisboa) – Possible scenarios for the Euro-Russian energy cooperation until 2030

Paulo Barata (Centro de Estudos Sociais, Universidade de Coimbra) – Neoliberalism, colonialism and the politics of exception in the occupied Palestinian territories

Fernando Montenegro (OBSERVARE, Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa) – The Strategic Communication of Terrorism in Cyberspace – The Brazilian Case Study

Vasile Ciorici (Universidade de Coimbra) – Russian–EU Partnership and Cooperation Agreement (PCA)

Ana Campos (IPRI, Universidade Nova de Lisboa) – Energy security in Euro-Asian space: challenges to the Russian economy

Panel 9 [Sala 24] – Economic spaces and security spaces [C]
Chair: Mário Marques da Silva (Director of the Science and Technology Department)

Felipe Pathé Duarte (OBSERVARE, Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa) – Beyond Borders: Cyber-communication as a Jihadi Strategic Tool

Roxana Andrei (Universidade de Coimbra) – "Cross-border (Re)sources for Stability and Cooperation in the Caspian – Black Sea region: the impact of energy dynamics"

José João Sequeira Ramos Rodrigues Pedra (Marinha Portuguesa) – The European Union & the securitization of the global maritime domain

Maria da Saudade Baltazar (CICS, Universidade Nova de Lisboa and Universidade de Évora) e Ana Romão (CICS, Universidade Nova de Lisboa and Academia Militar) – Trends in the paradigm of human security in Euro-Mediterranean relations: contradictions on migration to the countries of Southern Europe

Hermínio Joaquim de Matos (Instituto Superior Ciências Policiais e Segurança Interna) – “The Crescent and the Sword: An epitaph for the Old Continent?" Counterterrorist (In)Efficacy 

Panel 10 [Auditório 3] – Education for global citizenship [B]
Chair: Filipe Vasconcelos Romão (Coordinator of the Bachelor Degree in International Relations)

Teresa Martins (Escola Superior de Educação, Instituto Politécnico do Porto) and Luís Santos (Universidade do Minho) – The school in the time of cholera: the urgency of a Global Citizenship Education

Francisca Izabel Pereira Maciel (Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil) – The curriculum and education for citizenship in São Tomé and Príncipe

Maria-Luz Suárez (Universidad de Deusto, Spain) – Cultural barriers in the construction of global citizenship. An empirical study

Marcela da Silva Uchoa (Universidade de Coimbra) – Building Local and Global Citizenship in Brazil through Education

Isabel Sandra Fernandes (Universidade do Minho) – Inter-organizational learning communities: emancipation or gatopardism?

Panel 11 [Sala 22] – Cities and regions and internationalization processes [A]
Chair: Ricardo Carvalho (Director of the Architecture Department)

Joana Castro Pereira – (IPRI, Universidade Nova de Lisboa and Universidade Lusíada) –Water Security in the Anthropocene: The Role of Cities in 'Glocal' Water Governance

María Gabriela Costa García, Juan Pablo Suárez and Nelson Piedra (Universidad Técnica Particular de Loja, Ecuador) – SmartLand, an initiative to promote an intelligent management of the territory

Sandra Ribeiro (OBSERVARE, Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa and ISCAL) – The Gravity Model and Portuguese Exports in 2015

>Carmen Fonseca (IPRI, Universidade Nova de Lisboa) – The role of ideas, perceptions and interests in the foreign policymaking process – the Brazilian case

 

18 May – FUNDAÇÃO CALOUSTE GOULBENKIAN
14h30-16h00 

Panel 12 [Auditório 3] – The individual as an actor of international life [C] 
Chair: Fernando Jorge Cardoso (Instituto Marquês de Valle Flôr and Clube de Lisboa)

Lucas Chaves (Universidade Federal Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil) e Thiago Oliveira Moreira (Universidade de Coimbra e Universidad del País Vasco, Spain) – Control of conventionality in the realization of Fundamental Rights in the scope of the European and the Southern Cone community integration processes

Elisa Parra (Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain) – Between, within and beyond borders. Political rights claimed by migrants in a context of global-local tensions

Antonietta Elia (Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, Spain) – Towards the consolidation of the right to have access to justice in international law: the growing role of the human rights treaty bodies system 

Shiguenoli Miyamoto (Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brazil) – Individuals on the Brazilian foreign policy agenda 

Panel 13 [Sala 1] – Demographic trends and international relations [B] 
Chair: Teresa Rodrigues (Universidade Nova de Lisboa)

Paulo Machado (CICS, Universidade Nova de Lisboa and Laboratório Nacional de Engenharia Civil) – A View on the New World Demographic Order

Isabel Estrada Carvalhais; Sílvia Gonçalves (Centro de Investigação em Ciência Política, Universidade do Minho) – Citizenship and the Politics of Integration: the Portuguese experience

Benoit Martin (Sciences Po, France) – Databases on international migration: actors, types and maps/visualizations we can produce

Rosane Cristina Prudente (Universidade Federal da Bahia, Brazil) – Senegalese migration – representations in the oral and fictional literature of Brazil

Sara Ribeiro e Teresa Rodrigues (NOVA Information Management) – Ageing, migrations and public security planning. Portugal 2040

Panel 14 [Sala 4] – Large population movements [B]
Chair: Patrícia Daehnhardt (Universidade Lusíada, Lisbon)

Giuseppe Motta (Sapienza Università di Roma, Italy) – New Spaces and New Borders in Europe after the First World War: Refugees, Citizenship and Minorities

Glorimar Leon (Universidad Autónoma de Chile) – Migration management through proactive criteria: towards a reformulation of the current remittance control policies

Ingrid Berns Pavezi (Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, Germany) – Beyond European Borders: politics of refugee management between the E.U. and third Countries

José Miguel Calvillo Cisneros (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain) – Updating the international legal framework for refugees

Panel 15 [Sala 2] – Economic spaces and security spaces [D]
Chair: Luís Nuno Rodrigues (Centro de Estudos Internacionais, ISCTE – IUL)

Walter Neto (Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain) and Bruna Penha (Instituto de Pesquisa Econômica Aplicada, Brazil) – Border regions as a laboratory for regional integration in Mercosur

Mónica Hirst (Universidade Nacional de Quilmes, Argentina) – Latin America and the Securitization of Humanitarian Assistance

Armando Alvares Garcia Júnior (Universidad Internacional de La Rioja, Logroño, Spain) – Security of economic subsystems in the face of global challenges and threats

Adolfo Calatrava (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain) – Security in the Euro-Mediterranean space: Economic and Political Structures and the Arab Spring

Reinaldo Hermenegildo (Academia Militar and IPRI, Universidade Nova de Lisboa) – Reconfiguring the EU borders: impacts on “internal security

 

18 May – FUNDAÇÃO CALOUSTE GOULBENKIAN
16h30-18h00 

Panel 16 [Auditório 3] – Cities and regions and internationalization processes [B]
Chair: Daniela Nascimento (Universidade de Coimbra)
 

Pedro Sampaio Minassa (Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo, Brazil) – The paradigm of the creative city, a proposal for internationalization

Javier Tébar Hurtado, Úrsula Piñero Cifuentes and Laura Rozalén Piñero (Universidad de Barcelona, Spain) – Between the neighbourhood and the factory. Politics, urbanism and social protest in the Metropolitan Area of Barcelona

Paula Bastone (Universidade Federal do Amapá, Brazil and Centro de Estudos Sociais, Universidade de Coimbra) – The Panamazonic Social Forum: the emergency space of the forest peoples

Érica Tatiane Soares Ciorici (Universidade de Coimbra) – Humanization of International Environmental Law 

Panel 17 [Sala 1] – End of ideologies? Its impact on international relations [B]
Chair: António Paulo Duarte (Instituto da Defesa Nacional)

Andrea Carteny (Sapienza, Università di Roma, Italy) – Back to the Nation, in defence of Ethnic-Religious Identities

Patrícia Vieira (Georgetown University, United States of America and Centro de Estudos Sociais-Universidade de Coimbra) – Post-Utopia and Authoritarian Reactionarism

Gabriele Natalizia (Link Campus University, Roma, Italy) – The Democratic Setback in Southern Caucasus. Soviet Legacy & International Environment at Work

Taner Dogan (City, University of London, United Kingdom) – Illiberal Democracy in the context of Islamist Movements

Licínia Simão (Faculdade de Economia e Centro de Estudos Sociais, Universidade de Coimbra) – The performative constitution of Russia’s great power identity  

Panel 18 [Sala 4] – Economic spaces and security spaces [E] 
Chair: Francisco Proença Garcia (Instituto Universitário Militar and Universidade Católica Portuguesa)

Edoardo Boria e Daniele Scalea (Sapienza Università di Roma, Italy) – External geopolitical drivers and internal factors in a state crisis: the case of Ukraine

Ana Paula Brandão (Centro de Investigação em Ciência Política, Universidade do Minho) – From debordering to rebordering: effects of the security nexus narrative on the European space

José Palmeira (Centro de Investigação em Ciência Política, Universidade do Minho) –Can the current CEDN resist Brexit and the Trump Doctrine?

Mário Rodrigues Pontes and Sandra Maria Rodrigues Balão (Associação Portuguesa de Estudos da Conjuntura e Estratégia, ISCSP, Universidade de Lisboa) – Arctic Geoeconomics, Business Development and the Role of  the AEC – Arctic Economic Council

Leonel Miranda (Macro Euro-China Entrepreneurs Clube and OBSERVARE, Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa) – Geoeconomics in border areas: The case of the Pearl River Delta in the People's Republic of China 

Panel 19 [Sala 2] – The issue of the "global commons" and the new dimensions of spaces [A]
Chair: Luís Filipe Madeira (Universidade da Beira Interior)

Amparo Sereno (Ratio Legis, Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa) – The mare liberum and the sustainable use of the biological resources of the High Seas

Paulo Magalhães (CIJE-Centro de Estudos Jurídicos Económicos, Faculdade de Direito da Universidade do Porto) – The Earth System - The true Global Common without frontiers

Jaime Ferreira da Silva (Instituto Universitário Militar) – The strategic and economic value of marine seabed resources

Boryana Aleksandrova (Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”, Bulgaria) – Understanding Geopolitics in the Age of Globality: Securing Access to Agricultural Land

Carmen Perez (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain) – Human mobility and global common goods

 

19 May – FUNDAÇÃO CALOUSTE GOULBENKIAN
11h30-13h00 

Panel 20 [Auditório 3] – The individual as an actor of international life [D]
Chair: Isabel Estrada Carvalhais (Universidade do Minho, Braga)

Xavier Guillaume (Rijksuniversiteit Groninge, Netherlands) – Governing and caring for citizens abroad

Sónia Roque (Centro de Investigação em Segurança e Defesa, Instituto Universitário Militar) – The Human Rights Council and the central role of the individual as an actor in the international human rights policy

João Vasco Coelho (Centro de Investigação e Estudos de Sociologia, ISCTE-IUL) – On individual expatriation experiences: Organizational practices, identity, and expatriation as differentiation

Luis Alberto Gonçalves Bento (Universidade Nova de Lisboa) – Actors/spies: an analysis of a world “within brackets”

Panel 21 [Sala 1] – Economic spaces and security spaces [F]
Chair: Luís Nuno Rodrigues (Centro de Estudos Internacionais, ISCTE-IUL)

Daniel Pommier and Roberto Sciarrone (Sapienza Università di Roma, Italy) – Nagorno Karabakh IDPs after 25 years: International and Domestic Implications in Southern Caucasus

Tatiana Daré Araújo (Centro de Estudos Sociais, Universidade de Coimbra) – Bodies of power: Analysis of the liberal governance model through power discourses about global fear

Marco Paulo Gonçalves (Instituto Universitário Militar) – Human Rights beyond borders: Challenges for Humanitarian Interventions

Ana Santos Pinto (Instituto Português de Relações Internacionais, Universidade Nova de Lisboa) – (De)constructing Boundaries: the role of collective identities in the current Middle East

Nancy Gomes (OBSERVARE, Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa) – The EU–CELAC strategic partnership and the economic dynamism of transatlantic interactions

Panel 22 [Sala 3] – Cities and regions and internationalization processes [C]
Chair: Daniela Nascimento (Universidade de Coimbra)

Eduardo Costa Dias (ISCTE-IUL) – Jihads, jihadists and territory in the Sahel

Maribel Nieto (Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain) – Breaking borders: EUROACE as a window of opportunity

Paolo Targioni (Universidade Federal São Carlos, São Paulo, Brazil) – Brazil-Bolivia border, integration without conflict?

Domingos Vaz and Liliana Reis (Universidade da Beira Interior) – From city-states to global cities: the role of cities in global governance 

Panel 23 [Sala 4] – End of ideologies? Its impact on international relations [C]
Chair: António Paulo Duarte (Instituto da Defesa Nacional)

Luís Filipe Madeira (Universidade da Beira Interior) – The internal and international impact of the extinction of the anti-systemic political crime

José Renato Ferraz da Silveira and Leonardo Miglioranza Castagna (Universidade Federal de Santa Maria, Brazil) – Reexamining the book "The Opium of the Intellectuals" by Aron

Luísa Godinho (Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa) – Ideological oligopole and cultural fragmentation: systemic dissonances in the era of mass-self communication

Patrícia Daehnhardt (IPRI, Universidade Nova de Lisboa) –The end of the Western order? Germany's responses to Europe's geopolitical crisis

Panel 24 [Sala C] – The issue of the "global commons" and the new dimensions of spaces [B]
Chair: Marcos Farias Ferreira (ISCSP, Universidade de Lisboa)

Manuel Pinto de Abreu e Aldino Santos de Campos (Universidade Nova de Lisboa) – The dual approach to the extended continental shelves in the European Union

Juan Manuel de Faramiñán Gilbert (Universidad de Jaén, Spain) – Advocacy for Global Commons

Liliana Reis (Universidade da Beira Interior) – Contribution to an analysis of the sea as a global common good. The Operation Atalanta - from the law of the sea to maritime safety

Frigdiano-Álvaro Durántez-Prados (Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain) – Conceptualizing and articulating an universal community

Sandra Maria Rodrigues Balão and Mário Rodrigues Pontes (Centro de Administração e Políticas Públicas, ISCSP, Universidade de Lisboa) – The Arctic region as an IR political actor - a multilevel and multidimensional SWOT geopolitical challenges analysis for the 21st Century.