Convocatoria a Contribuciones: Reunión Anual de la Red Ingenierí­a, Justicia Social y Paz (ESJP)

La red Ingenierí­a, Justicia Social y Paz (ESJP por sus siglas en ingles), celebrará su reunión anual en Buenos Aires este a°o, en los dí­as que preceden a la reunión conjunta de 4S-ESOCITE (Agosto 20-23). El evento tendrá lugar en el  Hotel Bauen del 17-19 Agosto 2014. Cierre de enví­o de resúmenes: 3 de marzo.

Se invita contribuciones a manera de presentaciones, mesas de trabajo, mesas redondas o cualquier otro formato que los ponentes consideren apropiados para discutir los siguientes asuntos:

  1. Cómo puede la ingenierí­a y los/las ingenieros/as contribuir al desarrollo comunitario?
  2. Cómo puede la ingenierí­a y los/las ingenieros/as contribuir a la producción de justicia social y paz cuando históricamente y en la actualidad domina una práctica de la ingenierí­a institucionalizada al servicio de la injusticia social (la concentración de riqueza) y de la guerra?
  3. Cómo se deberí­a educar a los ingenieros/as para que sean capaces de producir impactos positivos en términos de justicia social y paz?
  4. Cómo pueden y/o deben los ingenieros/as del norte global cooperar con ingenieros del sur global (en proyectos, organizaciones o programas académicos) para producir justicia social?

Por favor enví­e su propuesta en forma de un resumen de máximo 400 palabras incluyendo lo siguiente:

  • El tema y el contenido de su propuesta: ideas teóricas, marcos conceptuales, proyectos, experimentos, etc.
  • El formato que desea utilizar. Los organizadores prefieren los formatos interactivos como mesas de trabajo (30 o 60 minutos en extensión), mesas redondas, páneles (indique que otros participantes invita a su panel), performances de teatro, instalaciones, exhibiciones, etc. Si desea hacer una presentación tradicional por favor restrí­njase a una presentación oral de máximo 15 minutos más 15 minutos de discusión.

Enví­e su resumen al siguiente contacto antes del 3 de marzo de 2014. Contacto: afvp@plan.aau.dk

Comité organizador de la reunión:

  • Sebastián Carenzo, Instituto de Ciencias Antropológicas, FFyL, UBA, Argentina
  • Profesor Hernán Thomas, Universidad Nacional de Quilmes, Argentina
  • Profesor Caroline Baillie, Universidad de Western Australia, Australia,
  • Profesor Juan Lucena, Escuela de Minas de Colorado, Estados Unidos
  • Profesor Ulrik Jí¸rgensen, Universidad de Aalborg, Dinamarca
  • Andrés Felipe Valderrama Pineda, Universidad de Aalborg, Dinamarca

 


Call for Contributions

ESJP Annual Meeting

Hotel Bauen, Buenos Aires, Argentina 17-19 August 2014

 

The Network Engineering Social Justice and Peace (ESJP) is proud to realize its Annual Meeting in Buenos Aires this year, just before the 4S-ESOCITE meeting (August 20-23). We invite contributions of full presentations, workshops, round tables, and any other format you might find fit to discuss and enrich the following issues:

 

  1. How can engineering and engineers contribute to community development?
  2. How can engineering and engineers contribute to the production of Social Justice and Peace when historically and currently many forms of institutionalized engineering have been at the service of social injustice and war?
  3. How should engineers capable of producing positive impacts in terms of Social Justice and Peace be educated?
  4. How can/should engineers from the global north work with engineers from the global south (e.g., projects? organizations? academic programs?) to produce social justice?

 

Submit your proposal in the form of an abstract of max 400 words in length and including the following:

 

  • The theme or content of your proposal: theoretical ideas, frameworks, projects, experiments etc.
  • The desired format for your proposal. Note that we prefer this to be as interactive as possible to allow participants to engage with your ideas. So we have preference for interactive workshops (30 min or 60 min), round tables, panels (mention other attendees you propose for the panel), theatre performances, art events, etc. If you prefer a traditional presentation/talk, please note the maximum time will be 15 min followed by 15 min for questions.

 

Submit your abstracts by email before  March 3 2014. Contact: afvp@plan.aau.dk

Organizing Committee of the Meeting

  • Sebastián Carenzo, Instituto de Ciencias Antropológicas, FFyL, UBA, Argentina
  • Professor Hernán Thomas, National University of Quilmes, Argentina
  • Professor Caroline Baillie, University of Western Australia, Australia,
  • Professor Juan Lucena, Colorado School of Mines, USA
  • Professor Ulrik Jí¸rgensen, University of Aalborg, Denmark
  • Andrés Felipe Valderrama Pineda, University of Aalborg, Denmark

 

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One Response to “Convocatoria a Contribuciones: Reunión Anual de la Red Ingenierí­a, Justicia Social y Paz (ESJP)”

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    febrero 10, 2014 at %H:%M 06Mon, 10 Feb 2014 06:17:44 +000044. #

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