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Inequalities and well-being in Portugal: monitoring through a local system of indicators for Europe

5 Oct 2021 10:32 PM | Jill Johnson (Administrator)

Measuring Progress: STATEC Well-being Seminar Series

15 October 2021

17:00 CET (11:00 AM Eastern) – 18:00 CET (12:00 PM Eastern)

http://links.comgouv.lu/img/iy1o/b/mhvu1/gmxy2.jpeg Nuno Nunes Iscte-University Institute of Lisbon

 

 

 

 

 

Inequalities and well-being in Portugal: monitoring through a local system of indicators for Europe

Abstract: Inequality and well-being are central concerns in today’s world. Recent studies emphasize that inequality constrains well-being, but the findings are mostly supported by analysis between countries, that do not take into consideration inequalities within countries and their specific place-based scope. This seminar has two overarching objectives: first, it aims to present new knowledge about the relations between inequalities and well-being, under the frameworks of OECD Better Life Initiative, in the case of Portugal and their municipalities, with the far-reaching purpose of analytical replication to the other European countries; and second, by proposing a comparable system of indicators that allows for within and between country analysis on inequalities and well-being, to discuss public policies for achieving at local levels in Europe the sustainable development goals of United Nations 2030 Agenda. We propose to operationalise a set of place-based inequality and well-being indicators which make it possible to enhance public policies, supported on a European well-being agenda, that would allow overcoming strict visions of European integration, convergence and social cohesion, objectives that in the current global pandemic crisis are even more challenging for Europe. The results that we will present can contribute for building a system of place-based indicators able to monitor the European 2030 UN Agenda throughout municipalities and regions.

Prof. Dr. Nuno Nunes, Iscte-University Institute of Lisbon, speaks on behalf of the “Territories of Inequality and Well-Being Project” (TIWELL), which includes Rosário Mauritti, Maria do Carmo Botelho, Daniela Craveiro, Sara Silva and Luís Cabrita and is conducted in the Researh Centre Cies-Iscte. The project contributors have published their work in journals such as European SocietiesJournal of Civil SocietyInternational Studies in Sociology of EducationEducation SciencesSocial Policy and SocietyEuropean Journal of Social WorkInternational Journal of Environmental Research and Public HealthHealth and Place, the Portuguese Journal of Social Science, and Sociologia, Problemas e Práticas, among other publications.

The webinar will be held in English via Cisco Webex and recorded.

Registration is mandatory for this event.

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