The Permanent Seminar for Research and Community (SPIC) took place on October 20, at the Education Auditorium, dedicated to the Cultures Past &Present project. “History, Media and Education: action research in Mozambique and Portugal” was the theme of this SPIC, which included the participation of Augusto Alberto, Armindo Armando, Marlene Vanessa Jamal, from the Zambeze University, and Alice Balbé, from the Centro de Estudos de Communication and Society (CECS) of the University of Minho. The session was moderated by Rosa Cabecinhas, a researcher at CECS and co-ordinator of the project. The session can be watched here.
The Permanent Seminar for Research and Community aims to share and debate with the community the work developed by CECS researchers, make the results of the different platforms of the center public, as well as discuss and enhance future networks of joint work.
This event was a joint activity of the Permanent Seminar on Research and Community and the Permanent Seminar on Communication and Diversity.