Local Project Coordinator - UB
I am Sociologist focused on education, multiculturality, interreligious dialogue and successful educational actions. I have several research and publications on these topics, I have long experience in developing and putting into practice dialogic literary gathering, family training, and dialogic model of conflict resolution. My interest for KIDS4ALLL is contributing with my knowledge and experience in providing schools with models and actions that improve both academic achievement and social coexistence.
Successful educative actions, dialogic literary gathering, dialogic model of conflict resolution, dialogic interreligious dialogue, social integration and social inclusion in multicultural contexts.
I am a Social Worker committed in improving end-users lives by means of the practice and the theory of an applied Social Work. My interest for KIDS4ALLL is contribute with the most successful theories and practices that help schools, families and children of migrant and non-migrant background to achieve both high academic performance and social coexistence. Within the migratory and refugee contexts is often needed the Social Work insight to act not only on the individuals but also on their contexts.
Social Work, overcoming social and educational inequalities, Roma studies, ethnic and racial studies, gender violence.
I am a Ramon y Cajal Fellow at the Faculty of Education of the University of Barcelona. PhD in Education, Master’s degree in Social and Cultural Anthropology and Graduate in Social Education.
My research is focused on the impact of successful educational actions that are contributing to overcome social inequalities, improving learning, emotions, and feelings in all age groups, and promoting gender-based violence prevention in schools and communities.
My interest for KIDS4ALLL is contributing to analyse how certain successful educational actions improve peer to peer interactions in multicultural and disadvantaged context.
Overcoming social and educational inequalities, community participation, successful educational actions, gender-based violence prevention.