This month, we would like to highlight the work of 2 researchers who sent their latest publications available online to socioeco.org. This was in addition to what was already on the base. A big thanks to them.
- Isabelle Hillenkamp holds a PhD in Development Studies from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva. Based on surveys in Latin America, her work focuses on the popular and solidarity economy, which she approaches from a socio-economic perspective, attentive to the links between economic practices and social relations. She is a research fellow at the Institut de recherche pour le développement in France.
The documents are here:: http://www.socioeco.org/bdf_auteur-865_fr.html
- LUCIANE LUCAS DOS SANTOS is a senior researcher at the centre for social studies, University of Coimbra, and a member of the study group on solidarity economy at CES (ECOSOL/CES). She was resarcher at the ALICE PROJECT – STRANGE MIRRORS, UNSUSPECTED LESSONS, an international project funded by the European Resarch Council, coordinated by Boaventura de Sousa Santos. Her resarch interests are: Postcolonial and decolonial studies on economics, feminist economics and feminist aesthetics, poverty and social inequalities from an interseccional perspective, Global South within Europe, indigenous and other economies.
The documents are here: http://www.socioeco.org/bdf_auteur-5199_fr.html
In addition, socioeco.org has recently referenced the initiatives of the Atlas of Utopias – Transformative Cities. You will also find them on the solutions map. A collection of very interesting initiatives carried out every year by civil society from Medellin, toChina, from Athens to Jakarta.
You can find the documents here: http://www.socioeco.org/scrutarijs_fr.html?q=atlas+of+utopias
Finally, we announce that all the documents of the UN-Interagency Task Force on Social and Solidarity Economy (UNTFSSE) are now referenced on socioeco.org. For example, by doing a search on SDGs: http://www.socioeco.org/scrutarijs_en.html?q=SDG
Have a good reading!