From 3º year
with Gabriela Trevisan. Mini-Conference for Curious Kids
este projeto desloca-se às escolas do concelho de Lisboa mediante marcação (escolas@teatromariamatos)
pagamento integral na bilheteira do Teatro Maria Matos para confirmação de reserva
In the month when we commemorate the anniversary of the 25 April revolution, we always feel inspired to talk about its great conquest. Without freedom, there’s no room to experiment, make mistakes and try again through our own experiences in the world. But then, what is freedom? To answer these questions a little and consequently give rise to a string of others, we have created a mini-conference on this theme. Because April is also about the children.
Gabriela Trevisan has a degree in Organisational Sociology from the University of Minho, having graduated in 1998. She worked as a socio-educational instructor at the Vale de Campanhã Development Foundation in Porto (1998-2001) and is now an Assistant Lecturer and supervisor of work experiences at the Paula Frassinetti School of Education. In 2006, she took a master’s degree in the Sociology of Childhood (Institute of Child Studies, University of Minho), and, since 2004, she has been a full member of the Research Centre on Child Studies (CIEC), of the Institute of Education of the University of Minho.
In 2014, she completed her PhD in Child Studies, specialising in the Sociology of Childhood at the University of Minho, on the theme of citizenship and child participation. She is a member of different professional networks in the area of the Sociology of Childhood. Her research areas include the Sociology of Childhood, children’s rights, Community intervention, socio-educational work with children, young people and families. She is a member of the Paula Frassinetti Research Centre (CIPAF/ESEPF).