Diffusion and Dissemination

The UNESCO Chair on Education for Social Justice of the UAM aims to disseminate knowledge about Education for Social Justice to both teachers and researchers. With this purpose, it develops, among others, the following permanent actions:

In addition, it collaborates and develops various activities of a punctual nature:

  • Students as a lever for change in Social Justice, by Marta Sandoval, in the framework of the “Equity Research Seminar” organised by the research center in inclusion of the University of Southampton (UK) (12/01/2019).
  • Strumenti per la formazione in architettura (Tools for training in architecture), by Santiago Atrio, in the framework of “International conference on education to built spaces. Leggere lo spazio / Reading the space ”in Rome (Italy) (01/25/2019).
  • Education and equal opportunities, by Adrián Almazán, organised by the Department of Philosophy of the Autonomous University of Madrid, in Madrid (Spain) (03/13/2019).
  • Social Justice as a goal and path of sociocultural animation, by F. Javier Murillo, within the framework of INTERACTUA 2019, conferences for the training of sociocultural animators, in Ugena (Spain) (04/04/2019).
  • The non-neutrality of the technique. An ontology of the technique as a socio-historical phenomenon, by Adrián Almazán, in the framework of “International Seminar of Young Researchers (SIJI)” organized by the Institute of Philosophy (CSIC), in Madrid (Spain) (05/04/2019).
  •  Towards an education that contributes to Social Justice, by F. Javier Murillo, at the Free University of Colombia, Bogotá (Colombia) (09/04/19).
  • The Anthropocene: the era of the global ecosocial crisis, by Adrián Almazán, organized by the Department of Contemporary History of the Autonomous University of Madrid, in Madrid (Spain) (10/04/2019).
  • New ways of organizing the school space? From the group idea to the class concept. Multi-task spaces for learning communities, by Santiago Atrio, within the framework of “II Project-based Learning Days: school spaces and social transformation” organized by the Faculty Training School of the Cáceres campus in collaboration with the Ministry of Education and Employment of the Junta de Extremadura in Cáceres (Spain) (03/05/2019).
  • What does freedom mean? by Adrián Almazán, organized by the Colegio Mayor Chaminade in Madrid (Spain) (6/05/2019).
  • From nature as an object to nature as an artifact: imaginary foundations of extractivism and its contemporary mutations, by Adrián Almazán. Within the framework of “Mining and Extractivism Seminar. Dialogue between the Academy and the Social Movements ”organized by the HUM952 – STAND Group of the University of Granada, in Granada (Spain) (0/05/2019).
  • Conversation: Human Rights and Ecosocial Challenges, by Adrán Almazán and Carmen Madorrán, within the framework of the I International Congress on Human Rights, Democracy, Culture of Peace and Nonviolence held at the Autonomous University of Madrid (Spain) (31/05/2019 ).
  • Round Table: Human Rights and Democracy: Local and global challenges, by Blanca Rodríguez-Chaves, in the framework of the I International Congress on Human Rights, Democracy, Culture of Peace and Nonviolence held at the Autonomous University of Madrid (Spain) (31/05/2019).
  • Round Table: Education for Peace and Social Justice, by F. Javier Murillo and Manuela Mesa, in the framework of the I International Congress on Human Rights, Democracy, Culture of Peace and Nonviolence held at the Autonomous University of Madrid (Spain) (05/31/2019).
  • Cultural change as a key element of inclusive leadership and for Social Justice, by F. Javier Murillo, in the International Seminar “Change management for educational improvement: Strengthening the leadership of the territory”, organized by the Center of Educational Leaders of Chile in Frutillar, in Chile (04/06/2019).
  • An era of new paradigms: ecology, food sovereignty, “slow” movement, Km O economy, energy transition … How to place rurality in the center? by Adrián Almazán. Within the framework of “II Forum culture and ruralities. Rural + Urban, Urban + Rural. The territory as a system ”organized by the Ministry of Culture and Sports, in Soria (Spain) (05/06/2019).
  • Round table: Towards a committed research, by F. Javier Murillo, in the framework of the XIX International Congress of Educational Research: Committed research for social transformation held at the Autonomous University of Madrid (Spain) (06/20/2019).
  • Round table: Past, present and future of educational research journals, by F. Javier Murillo, in the framework of the XIX International Congress of Educational Research: Committed research for social transformation held at the Autonomous University of Madrid (Spain) (20/06/2019).
  • The school building of equity and justice, by F. Javier Murillo. Within the framework of the “Equity and Justice in the New Mexican School” Seminar organised by the Ministry of Public Education and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) in Mexico City (25/09/2019).
  • Rurality or barbarism, by Adrián Almazán. Within the framework of the “Tierra Cultura Vida” Cycle organised by the Cultural Association La Ortiga in Santander (Spain) (03/10/2019). 
  • Between labeling and recognition: an unresolved tension in students with disabilities, by Marta Sandoval. Within the framework of the “Sociocultural Research Seminar” of the Arizona State University School of Education (ASU) (USA) (14/10/2019).
  • Roundtable: What do we do with school segregation policies ?, by F. Javier Murillo. Organized by the collective “For another Educational Policy. Seville Forum ”at the Ateneo de Madrid (Spain) (18/10/2019).
  • A failed fight against touristication The case of Stop Hotel! by Adrián Almazán. Within the framework of Memory and resistance to gentrification-tourism organised by the Postory Research Group (UAM) at the Autonomous University of Madrid, in Madrid (Spain) (25/10/2019).
  • Game and human development: A perspective from social justice, by Liliana Jacott. Paper presented at the Technical Conference: Playshops and games in childhood, organized by the City Council of Rivas Vaciamadrid (Spain) (15/11/2019).
  • Women who build peace, our genealogy, by Laura Alonso. Within the framework of the Castelló per la Pau Seminar: SDG16: Ciutadania per la Pau. The Peper de les Dones at the Construcció de la Pau, in Castelló (Spain (27/11/2019).
  • Education for social justice: building teachers as agents of change, by Liliana Jacott. Within the framework of the seminar taught in the Master “Theories of education”, within the Master in Education of the University of Patras (Greece) (03/12/2019).
  • Segregation, school choice and social justice in the Spanish education system, by F. Javier Murillo, within the framework of the Conference “Deconstructing the neoliberal educational model. Alternative educational transformations ”at the University of Granada, in Granada (Spain) (4/12/19).
  • School segregation in Spanish society: schools for the rich and schools for the poor supported by public money, by F. Javier Murillo, in the V Seminar “Research Project School Map: Towards a municipal plan against school segregation” held at the University of Valencia in Valencia (Spain) (5/12/2019).
  • A look at education from Social Justice, by F. Javier Murillo, at the International Congress on Education and Technology in Sciences (CISETC) at the Catholic University of Santa María in Arequipa (Peru) (12/10/2019 – 12/12/2019).
  • Education for Social Justice in the context of Teacher Training, by F. Javier Murillo, organized by the Central University of Chile, in Santiago (Chile) (07/01/2020).
  • Meeting with Jody Williams, Nobel Peace Prize and Human Rights activist. Organised in collaboration with Instituto DEMOSPAZ and CEIPAZ (08/04/2019).
  • The anthropocene: the era of the global ecosocial crisis, in collaboration with the Department of Contemporary History of the Faculty of Philosophy and Letters of the UAM and the Demospaz Institute (10/04/19).
  • What are the connections between free and democratic schools and education for Social Justice? Guest speaker Charlie Moreno (International School of Tallinn, Estonia) addressed to students and members of the university community (23/04/2019).
  • Meeting with Janina Welp, Co-Director of the Latin American Zentrum Zurich (LZZ). Organized in collaboration with the DEMOSPAZ Institute (029/04/2019).
  • Exhibition “Artistic Pollution” within the framework of ARTEspacios-UAM. (1/12/19 – 31/12/19).