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Branding of Portugal’s ‘Sea Museums’ for a Sustainable Competitive Ecosystem: Audience Development Model for Small Museums

Research, evaluation, and testing, in a lifelong training and co-innovation partnership with a sample of ‘Sea Museums’ in the Azores, Madeira, Lisbon, Centre, Alentejo and Algarve, of an audience development model for small museums based on the integration of museum branding, visitor experience design, digital marketing and colletive brand. Evaluation of museums’ assets and management practices, development, test and dissemination of a brand management model for small museums and ecosystem. Isolation, management instability, lack of financial resources, low level of professionalism in audience development are challenges facing small museums in Europe. The ‘Sea Museum’ concept incorporates the Discoveries, seafaring, fishing (whale, cod, costal) , ways of life, technologies, architecture, boat building, fine arts. MUSAL fits the maritime heritage and integrated territorial objectives of the National Strategy for the Sea 2013-2020.

Principal Investigator (PI): Maria Isabel Alves Duarte

Co- Principal Investigator (Co-PI):Nuno Cintra Coimbra Torres

This project was selected to be funded in the last FCT 2017 Call for SR&TD Project Grants.

Ref: LISBOA-01-0145-FEDER-029755

 

Three dimensional motion analysis for monitoring of rehabilitation and high performance training of the equine athlete.

The aims of his project is validate several rehabilitation techniques for horses through the kinematic three – dimensional analysis of their locomotion with the vicon system. The population of this study are horses with previous clinical diagnosis that are admitted on rehabilitation center, and a specific protocol for musculoskeletal pathologies diagnosed is applied to them. Biomechanical evaluation is performed prior to initiating the protocols, throughout its execution and at the end of it.

Principal Investigator (PI): Manuel Mario de Araujo Pequito

Co- Principal Investigator (Co-PI): João Manuel Cunha da Silva Abrantes

This project was selected to be funded in the last FCT 2017 Call for SR&TD Project Grants.

Ref: LISBOA-01-0145-FEDER-032613

Aural Experience, Territory, and Community

Based on the aural experience in two parishes of the municipality of Lisbon, Alvalade and Belém, we intend to draw the relationship of the communities with their neighbourhood. Through dialogues with its inhabitants, with the sound and visual mapping of neighbourhoods, we want to understand what areas exist or are necessary for a greater participation or inclusion of urban life; what aspects of the sensitive culture have deteriorated or remain as agglutinators of social life; and what can be done, at the level of acoustic ecology, to maintain an aural experience that brings well-being and identity to the community. With this project, whose objectives could be applied to other neighbourhoods in the city, we intend to unite an ancestral sensitive culture to the notions of time, space, community and renewed identity, in part, by the use of reproduction technologies. The works to be developed will be included online in the website Lisbon Sound Map

Principal Investigator (PI): Luís Cláudio Dos Santos Ribeiro

Co- Principal Investigator (Co-PI): José Manuel de Figueiredo Gomes Pinto

This project was selected to be funded in the last FCT 2017 Call for SR&TD Project Grants.

Ref: LISBOA-01-0145-FEDER-029096

 

MigratED

O projetoMigratED_migrações, direitos humanos e educação (2018-2020) – no original Migrations and human rights enhanced through technology in EDucation – pretende levar a cabo uma campanha de sensibilização para a diversidade cultural e a inclusão social. Este é um projecto europeu que envolve nove parceiros espalhados por cinco países. Em Portugal, a 4Change e a Universidade Lusófona de Humanidades e Tecnologias são os promotores do projecto que envolverá professores, formadores e alunos, migrantes e refugiados, cidadãos e comunidades.

Temos assistido na Europa a uma vaga crescente de movimentos incitadores de violência e ataques morais contra os migrantes bem como a uma progressiva exclusão de minorias. Neste processo, as plataformas digitais são, muitas vezes, disseminadoras de informação falsa, podendo dar origem a atos violentos e crimes de ódio.

Com o objetivo de promover uma contra-narrativa que defenda a importância e o respeito pelos direitos humanos, o projeto MigratED foi lançado simultaneamente em Itália, Grécia, Portugal, Eslovénia e Chipre numa parceria com oito organizações europeias – um consórcio liderado pela ONG italiana GVC.

MigratED pretende envolver professores e formadores de escolas e instituições da região de Lisboa no esforço de consciencialização geral e interpessoal, aliando os media tradicionais aos digitais e tendo como ferramentas principais o “vídeo participativo” e o trabalho entre pares dos participantes mais jovens.

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