2021/5/5-2021/5/7  Lisbon, Portugal


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A summary of the conference theme

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    The aim of the European Humanities Conference is to discuss how the recommendations of the World Conference (Liège, 2017) and the global programs already created or in preparation. In this sense, the European Conference will have as its structuring component the researchers and the research supporting entities but should promote the participation, also, of other sectors (namely the field of definition of public policies and citizen participation) – In particular UNESCO programs with the collaboration of CIPSH (e.g. MOST-Management of Social Transformations; BRIDGES) and CIPSH with the collaboration of UNESCO (Global History of Humanity; Art and Society; World Of Humanities Report; Chairing).


    The Conference is a meeting of the Humanities’ perspectives on the most diverse themes of society so it has relevance to eight other of the Thematic Agendas of R&I: Climatic changes (esp. the axis of Innovation: Governance, Institutional and Societal Innovation), Portuguese Architecture (Heritage; City-landscape), Urban Science and Cities for the Future (information, participation, and governance), Sea (Oceans and society), Health, Clinical, and Translation Research (promotion of active and healthy aging), Cyberphysical Systems and Advanced Forms of Computing and Communication (issues transversal to cyber-physical systems – ethics), Labour, Robotics ad Qualification of Employment in Portugal (qualification of people, skills and factors of employability) and Tourism, Leisure and Hospitality (territories and resources; behaviors and profiles; culture and globalization).


    The general objective of the Conference: 

1.Culture and Cultural Heritage (Cultural Transits, Identities and Memories; Preservation and Sustainability and Changing Environments; Creative Processes, Cultural Production, and Plural Society; Language, Technologies, Digital Culture and Production of Value)

2.Social Inclusion and Citizenship (Social inclusion in the knowledge society; Social protection, income and employment; Citizenship and quality of democracy; Territorial equity and mobility).