The first series of Global Diplomacy conferences will focus on power and society.
- What is power?
- Has society been changing the power dynamics or have power dynamics changed society?
- What is the future of power?
- What can we do to be more empowered in order to tackle specific challenges?
These are some of the questions that we will discuss with Nicole and Luiza on the 4th of April (from 14h30 to 16h30 WET). We aim to have an interactive discussion (by video and/or chat), but feel free to join if you just want to listen.
No registration is needed. Please join us by clicking on the Zoom link
More information on our speakers:
Nicole Bogott is a published author and entrepreneur. She analyses power dynamics in the international context. Her work on power and equality led Nicole to create Philia, an international peer coaching platform focusing on the inner, the relational and the community dimensions of empowerment and leadership. Her research on power and governance is featured in her upcoming book and academic conference series evaluating the future of democracy by analysing various forms of civic participation and governance systems. Further, Nicole has created impACT, a community-driven solidarity network for social entrepreneurs launching bottom-up solutions for global impact and a more ethical economy.
Luiza Souza is a lawyer licensed by the Order in Brazil and Portugal. She is currently a master’s student in Human Rights of the University of Minho, where she is developing research in the area of migration, right to asylum and refugees.
Previously, Luiza has been awarded an MBA in International Relations at Fundação Getúlio Vargas and a postgraduate degree in Public Law at Universidade Gama Filho, both in Rio de Janeiro, where she also completed her law degree, at Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. She worked as a legal advisor in the Public Ministry of the State of Rio de Janeiro, as a Legal Protection Agent in the Assistance Program for Refugees and Asylum Seekers from Cáritas RJ and volunteered at NGO Be Aware And Share, which promotes an informal education program for refugee children and adolescents on the island of Chios, Greece.
Human rights and the protection of vulnerable populations have always been her main topic of interest, both in academic and professional life.