DARIAH.EU | WG Digital Practices for the Study of Urban Heritage
The UDigiSH Working Group focuses on the study of Digital Methods and Good Practices of heritage and urban change, impact of urban development on cultural heritage, the identity of the city and the role of civil society. Carlos Smaniotto Costa is the co-chair of the Working Group on Digital Practices for the Study of Urban Heritage (UDigiSH). DARIAH.EU (Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities) is a network to enhance and support digitally enabled research and teaching across the Arts and Humanities.
UNESCO Chair | “Education, Citizenship and Cultural Diversity”
The Chair in Education, Citizenship and Cultural Diversity is a programme of training and university extension courses which offers educational and cultural content as an essential contribution to boosting development policies.
WG CLACSO | Working Group – Universities and Higher Education Policies
The Working Group-University and higher education policies, integrated in the international network of CLACSO Latin American Council of Social Sciences, aims to develop and expand knowledge in new areas (on the scientific field and in the world spaces) involving Universities and Higher Education Policies.
ASTE Network | Research Network on Associations and Unions of Workers in Education
The First Seminar on Associations and Labor Unions in Education took place in Rio de Janeiro, Brasil, 2009, and its main result was foundation of the REDE ASTE network – Research Network on Associations and Unions of Workers in Education.
APU | Portuguese Association of Urban Planners
APU is a national and professional association aiming at promoting the recognition of urban planners and the fundamental role that spatial planning plays in enhancing well-being and quality of life. Prof. Dr. Diogo Mateus is a member of the APU executive board.
AESOP | European Association of European Schools of Planning
The AESOP aims to represent the interest of planning schools in Europe in national and international administrations and organisations, particularly within Europe and to promote the development of teaching and research in the field of planning. Urban Planning of Universidade Lusófona is an institutional member represented by Prof Dr Diogo Mateus who is also represents the Portuguese schools at AESOP