Keynotes lectures

First Keynote Lecture

Gina Zabludovsky Kuper

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Bachelor’s, master's and doctoral studies in sociology (all with cum laude mention) in the School of Political and Social Sciences of the National Autonomous University of Mexico. National Researcher, Level III.

 

Clara Jusidman Rapoport

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Discussant

President INCIDE Social A.C., a civil organization dedicated to make an incidence in social policy and social prevention of violence

 

Veronique Deli

Veronique Deli

Chair

Coordinator of Continuing Education and Liaison, School of Economics



Second Keynote Lecture

Miguel del Castillo Negrete Rovira

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Mexico Autonomous Institute of Technology (ITAM)

 

 

Leticia Cano Soriano

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Director of the National School for Social Work, UNAM

 

 

Carlos Tello Macías

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Chair

Professor emeritus UNAM, School of Economics,

Ex-director, Bank of Mexico



Third Keynote Lecture

 Göran Therborn 

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Delfino Vargas Chanes 

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Bárbara Barbosa Neves

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Professor of the University Program of Development Studies, UNAM.Member of the National System of Researchers, Level II.

 

Discussant

Lecturer/Assistant Professor in Sociology at the University of Melbourne, Secretary/Treasurer RC06 ISA

 

 

Eduardo Vega

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Chair

Director of the School of Economics, UNAM



Fourth Keynote Lecture

Patrizia Albanese


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Chair of the Ryerson University Research Ethics Board and a past president of the Canadian Sociological Association

 

Fernando Castañeda Sabido  

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Chin Chun Yi

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A past director of the School of Political and Social Science, UNAM

President, Mexican Sociological Association

 

Discussant

 President, Committee on Family Research, ISA,

Academia Sinica, Taiwan

 

Lukasz Czarnecki

Chair

University Program on Asian and African Studies (PUEAA) UNAM



Inequalities and families: an interdisciplinary perspective

Committee on Family Research, RC06, ISA

Mexico City

29, 30 November and 1 December 2017

Latin America remains the most unequal region in the world. According to the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC), by 2014, the richest 10% of the population in Latin America had concentrated 71% of the wealth of the region. Women and children, young and older, ethnic communities suffer the most unequal distribution of wealth in the region. Inequalities are always in plural, as there are inequalities in access to education, inequalities in access to health services, gender inequalities, intergenerational inequalities, work inequalities based on different conditions and access to labour, inequalities of living standards, inequalities on access to cultural activities, inequalities based on colour of skin, among others.

Inequalities create disadvantaged that accumulate from generation to generation, from past to the present. They reproduce and remain despite government and non-government actions and policies. Are we doomed for living in inequalities in Latin America and the Caribbean? That is the question which brings researchers on family issues to Mexico City to rethink and take actions on inequalities. Particularly, the Committee on Family Research must confront these issues and create analytical framework of understanding global issues. Rethinking inequalities in Latin America and the Caribbean will contribute to achieve understandings of inequalities in Asia, Africa, North America and Europe, and vice versa. We share the same global problems: social exclusions, unsustainable development, climate change, the ambivalent role of technology in our lives, and negative effects of economic system. Alicia Bárcena, Executive Secretary of ECLAC clearly stressed: “equality is the goal”. Let our meeting in Mexico City create the path of structural change in theory and practice on inequalities and families.

On September 19, 2017 Mexico City and population living here have been affected by strong earthquake. Nevertheless, we decided to proceed in organizing our event. We will have the four great keynote lectures delivered by Patrizia Albanese, Miguel del Castillo, Göran Therborn and Gina Zabludovsky. Thank you all of you for coming to our city and thank you for your contribute in our Conference. 

Chair Lukasz Czarnecki  

ISA RC06 Local Organizing Committee

UNAM Mexico City