Education and Social Justice: presentation
Social justice has never been so much in vogue as in this epidemic scenario of COVID-19, the
inequalities were accentuated and publicized in different media,
presenting the diverse effects in specific groups and contexts, due to associated factors
to socioeconomic inequalities, due to racist, misogynistic, xenophobic and
homolesbotransphobics among others. The proposed dossier will receive contributions in Portuguese,
English and Spanish on the problematization of Education for Social Justice, identifying
praxis related to race and traditional peoples, gender, sexual orientation, sexuality,
refugees and immigration processes from perspectives such as critical racial theory (CRT),
intersectionalities, decolonialities, feminist studies, anti-racism and others
pedagogies that contribute to social transformation and construction of an education for
democracy and, consequently, a more equitable society
Prof. Dr Willian Lazaretti da Conceição
Pós-doutorando e Doutor pela Universidade Nova de Lisboa. Doutor em Educação pela
Universidade Estadual de Campinas – UNICAMP- Brasil. Professor Adjunto no Instituto de
Ciências da Educação da Universidade Federal do Pará – Brasil. Líder do Grupo de Estudos e
Pesquisas em Educação e Justiça Social – EDUJUS/ UFPA.
Prof. Dr. Luciano Nascimento Corsino
Pós-doutorando e doutor em Educação pela Universidade Estadual de Campinas – UNICAMPBrasil. Professor EBTT no Instituto Federal de Educação, Ciência e Tecnologia do Rio Grande
do Sul – campus de Rolante - RS, Brasil. Líder do Grupo de Estudos e Pesquisas sobre Educação,
Antirracismo, Gênero e Juventude – GEPEA/IFRS.
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