The Networked Voices project launched the latest episode of its podcast in September. Now, all episodes are available for listening on Spotify and Website. Over the course of 13 episodes, the project sought to listen to people with different backgrounds, different social contributions and relevant opinions on the active role of women in development processes, relating their intervention to the social impact in local communities.
The podcast, hosted by project member Débora Amorim Radanovitsck, counted with the participation of various guests, namely Alice Frade, Carla Cerqueira, Carlota Quintão, Cássia Ayres, Célia Taborda, Cristina Farinha, Graça Rojão, Isabel Almeida Rodrigues, Lurdes Macedo, Madalena Sofia Oliveira, Marco Domingues, Rosa Monteiro, Teresa Pouzada e Virgínia Ferreira.
Listen to Networked Voices on Spotify and on the project Website.
About Network Voices
Networked Voices is a research project based on an action-research methodology that aimed to collect the voices of women and other stakeholders linked to the area of development. Highly focused on the gender inequality matters that continue to mark Portuguese society, this project analysed a variety of social characteristics, such as geographic location, age or ethnicity, among others.
Funded by ILIND – Lusophone Institute for Research and Development and is based at CICANT, the podcast features an interdisciplinary team, coordinated by the researchers Carla Cerqueira and Lurdes Macedo.
- published 18 October 2023
- modified 27 October 2023