The Universitat and the Valencian Council present the programme of conferences ‘Well-being, Training and Territory’

  • May 31st, 2016

The Office of the Vice-Principal for Territorial Projection and Participation and the Social well-being and Education area of the Valencian Council present this Wednesday at the Culturak Centre La Nau a training programme formed by a cycle of 14 sessions which will be done on July and November in Valencian regions.

The vice-principal Jorge Hermosilla and the councillor Mercedes Berenguer explain at 12:00 in the Aula Magna of La Nau, the keys of thye programme ‘Well-being, Training and Territory’. Un cycle where will be expose, analyse and debate topics with special interest to society through the contribution of professors and researchers of the Universitat de València. 

At 12:30, professor Pilar Alguacil (Department of Financial Law and Legal History), Paz Lloria (Criminal Law) and Belén Cardona (Department of Labour and Social Security Law) participate in a round table about the ethic values of the Valencian society. A talk that works as an advance of the programme ‘Well-being, Training and Territory’, which will be developed in all the regions of the Valencian province with the round tables. Training sessions are divided into thematic blocks.

The first one will take place in Villar del Arzobispo, Titaguas, Requena, Yátova and Xàtiva. Coordinated by the professor Pilar Alguacil, this training block will talk about social economy, rural employ, services os social cooperatives to unemployed, specially for women, and the role of the local government in the support.  The professors of the UV who will participate in this course are: Manuel Alegre (Department of Labour and Social Security Law), Mª Pilar Bonet (Financial Law), Salvador Montesinos (Financial Law) and Maria José Vañó (Mercantile Law).

The second block will have six sessions in Quart de Poblet, Llíria, Sueca, Gandia, Ontinyent and Algemesí. Coordinated by Paz Lloria (Criminal Law), these talks will be given by Beatriz Lucas (Developmental Psychology), Pilar Sahuquillo (Education Theory) and Victoria Vázquez (Education Theory). The theme of this module will be focused on the mediation in violence amogn peers in school, the violence in childhood and its solutions, the keys of the harassment and cyberbullying, emotional education, social skill, reeducational measures, etc. 

Third, the sessions about migration and its effects in local society will take place in Mislata, Burjassot and Faura. This block, coordinated by Javier de Lucas (Legal Philosophy), will have the participation of Belén Cardona (Labour and Social Security Law), Ángeles Solanes (Moral and Political Legal Philosophy) and Albert Mora (Sociology and Social Anthropology). After all the sessions, will be presented in Eliana a printed publication with all the conclusions of the programme  ‘Well-being, Training and Territory’.

The vice-principal Jorge Hermosilla and the councilor Mercedes Berenguer point that the objective of this programme is to contribute to the training and transfer of knowledge of the local society, in territorial, community and city dimension. Sessions will be open to citiziens of the region ans its surroundings, specially to social, edicational and assistent collectives (teachers, local technics, students, politicians,etc.)

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