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dc.contributor.authorFerreira, Ana Inês Aires Mesquita Vieira-
dc.identifier.citationVieira, I. (2020, Aug 3). In a COVID-marked context, how can Southern European cities respond? (1/2) Acting at the initial phase of the emergency [Research network webpage]. European Sociological Association - Research Network on Southern European Societies (ESA RN27). https://www.esarn27.com/?p=2343pt
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dc.description.abstractSpotting from different contexts in Southern Europe, it is clear that we are “not all in the same boat” in the present pandemic context. Beyond the COVID-19 epidemiological crisis and its influence in physical and mental health, we observe the loss of jobs, its impact mainly in lower income classes, heightening gender roles inequity, the added risk and closure of confined contexts (particularly elder homes, prisons and refugee camps), the aggravation of physical isolation with territorial dispersion and social inequalities at the local scale. This situation hit Southern European cities like Lisbon, Barcelona and Rome, which were at the centre of the first international edition of “Café com Luta” — Local powers and the pandemic in Southern Europe, held on the 28th May 2020 and organized by the Friedrich Ebert Foundation with the support of ICS’s Urban Transitions Hub and the association Transparent International in Portugal. The “Café com Luta” [Coffee with Fight] events aim to focus on how to reclaim the cities and highlight the role of social movements in these fights, parting from the Lisbon Metropolitan Area. This edition of the debate was fully held in the digital sphere and broadcasted live in social media, counting with the participation of Amedeo Ciaccheri, president of the 8th District at Rome; Elena Tarifa, from Barcelona’s local administration, coordinator of the International Commission at Barcelona en Comú; Rogério Roque Amaro (ISCTE-IUL) and Bárbara Ferreira (ISEG-UL) from the Portuguese academia, engaged in Community Groups action-research in Lisbon. With diverse levels of action and analysis from each of the speakers — city administration in Barcelona, district administration in Rome, and informal neighbourhood/ community groups in Lisbon –, different issues arose regarding the challenges and responses to the 2020 pandemic crisis. Part 1: Social services and emergency aid; Supporting community self-organization; Collaboration and local actionpt
dc.publisherEuropean Sociological Association - Research Network on Southern European Societiespt
dc.subjectURBAN PLANNINGen
dc.titleIn a COVID-marked context, how can Southern European cities respond? Acting at the initial phase of the emergencypt
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