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FREI BETTO - Opening Plenary: Homage to Paulo Freire in his centenary

March 9th, 2021, 10 am (Sao Paulo) / 1 pm (London)

Frei Betto is a Dominican friar and writer, author of 69 books, many of them translated in multiple languages. He studied journalism, anthropology, philosophy and theology. He is an advisor to pastoral and social movements. He was a columnist for newspapers Correio Braziliense, O Estado de S. Paulo, O Estado de Minas, Hoje em Dia, O Dia, O Globo, and Caros Amigos magazine. In 1990 he was one of the founders of the Central de Movimentos Populares (CMP), and in 2000 he created the Frei Tito de Alencar Lima News Agency for Latin America (Adital).

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Citation: Libanio Christo, Carlos Alberto (2021): Homage to Paulo Freire on his centenary. Loughborough University. Media. https://doi.org/10.17028/rd.lboro.14398010.v1

DIÁLOGO 1: Diálogo | TALK 1: Dialogue - Claudia Magallanes

March 10th, 10am (Sao Paulo) / 1 pm (London)

Claudia Magallanes, Universidad Iberoamericana Puebla, Mexico

Claudia Magallanes Blanco is Professor in the Department of Humanities at Universidad Iberoamericana Puebla, Mexico where she co-founded the masters’ in Communication and Social Change. She holds a PhD in Humanities from University of Western Sydney, Australia and a specialization on Epistemologies of the South by the Latin American Council on Social Sciences (CLACS). An academic and activist for social justice, she has been working with collectives and organizations concerned with community and indigenous communication for more than 15 years. Her research is mainly centered in the participatory diagnosis, evaluation and planning of indigenous and community media and communication projects. She also has worked on Media and communication practices of Social Movements in Latin America.

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Citation: Blanco, Claudia Magallanes (2021): A Dialogue on Communication from an Indigenous Perspective in Mexico. Loughborough University. Media. https://doi.org/10.17028/rd.lboro.14397941.v1

DIÁLOGO 1: Diálogo | TALK 1: Dialogue - Mayrá Lima

March 10th, 10am (Sao Paulo) / 1 pm (London)

Mayrá Lima, Landless Workers Movement, Brazil

Mayrá Lima is a journalist and doctor in Political Science from the University of Brasília. She is a member of the communication sector of the Landless Rural Workers Movement / MST-Brasil and has worked in communication collectives, such as Intervozes- Coletivo Brasil de Comunicação Social. She researches the political behavior of rural elites in Brazil and issues related to communication and democracy, social movements and participation.

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Citation: Lima, Mayrá (2021): Paulo Freire and the principle of dialogue in the experience of the Landless Workers Movement in Brazil. Loughborough University. Media. https://doi.org/10.17028/rd.lboro.14397995.v1

DIÁLOGO 2: Amor | TALK 2: Love - Karin Wilkins

March 15th, 2021, 10h (São Paulo), 13h (Londres)

Karin Wilkins, University of Miami, USA

Karin Gwinn Wilkins (PhD, University of Pennsylvania) is Dean of the School of Communication at the University of Miami. Previously, she was Associate Dean for Faculty Advancement and Strategic Initiatives with the Moody College of Communication at the University of Texas at Austin. She was awarded the Cale McDowell Award for Innovation in Undergraduate Studies, for creating a certificate in global studies, programs in Middle East studies, and a degree in Communication and Leadership. Wilkins is also a recognized fellow of the International Communication Association (ICA), and has concluded her term as Editor-in-Chief of Communication Theory. She has won numerous awards for her research, service and teaching, currently serving as Vice-President of the Arab-US Association for Communication Education and having chaired the ICA Intercultural/Development Division. Her work addresses scholarship in the fields of development communication, gender and global communication. Her upcoming book with University of California Press, Prisms of Prejudice: Mediating the Middle East from the United States, will be released in 2021.

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Citation: Wilkins, Karin Gwinn (2021): Paulo Freire and the principle of love in communication studies. Loughborough University. Media. https://doi.org/10.17028/rd.lboro.14397959.v1

DIÁLOGO 2: Amor | TALK 2: Love - Xavier Carbonell and Lawrence John Sinniah

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Citation: Carbonell, Xavier; Sinniah, Lawrence John (2021): The compassionate love in communication: An educational experience in India in the light of Paulo Freire’s legacy. Loughborough University. Media. https://doi.org/10.17028/rd.lboro.14397917.v1

March 15th, 2021, 10h (São Paulo), 13h (Londres)

Lawrence John Sinniah, Malaysia

Lawrence John Sinniah aka eLJay is currently serving his second term as vice-president of SIGNIS world and heads the Communications Lab. He holds the position as Executive Director with Public Media Agency, an NGO based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Eljay studied advertising in 1986 in Kuala Lumpur and graduated magna cum laude in Mass Communications from Waldorf University, IA, USA in 1998.

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Xavier Carbonell, Cuba

Xavier Carbonell (Cuba, 1995). Writer and journalist. Graduated in Hispanic Philology, from the Universidad Central “Marta Abreu” de Las Villas, in Cuba. He has acquired a Diploma in Modern and Contemporary Philosophy from the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, and a Laudato Si’ Certificate in Compassion and Social Communication, from the Xavier University of Bhubaneshwar, India. He works as a correspondent for SIGNIS, the World Catholic Association for Communication, and participated in the SIGNIS Communication Laboratory based in Quito, Ecuador. He worked as a researcher and teacher for the “Manuel García-Garófalo” Diocesan Library in Santa Clara, Cuba, where he founded the Academic Project Humanitas. His novel El libro de mis muertos won the Foundation Award of the City of Santa Clara, in Cuba. Recently, the AISGE Foundation in Madrid granted him the Paco Rabal Award of Cultural Journalism for his article “Cuba in seven films”, published in Brussels.

DIÁLOGO 3: Empatia | TALK 3: Empathy - Linje Manyoz

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Citation: Manyozo, Linje (2021): On Empathy for the Other. Loughborough University. Media. https://doi.org/10.17028/rd.lboro.14397968.v1

March 17th, 2021, 10h (São Paulo, 13h (Londres)

Linje Manyozo, RMIT University, Australia

Linje Manyozo is a student of the human condition, whose praxis involves demobilizing the pervasiveness of the Emperor’s phallus as a way to undermine the discourses and structures of inequality. In his idealism, Linje’ work, informed by liberatory theology, places God at the centre of the subaltern’s efforts to integrate citizen voices in development policy formulation and implementation. Linje’s work celebrates the making of love to the world (fazendo amor com o mundo). 

Currently, Dr Linje Manyozo  teaches in RMIT’s College of Design and Social Context.

Linje has published three books: Communicating Development With Communities (Routledge, 2017); Media, Communication and Development (Sage, 2013) and People’s Radio (Southbound, 2012). His latest work, Wisdom of Water (2022), celebrates God and indigenous wisdom as foundation stones for working with people. Linje’s people-centred work is summarised in “Pedagogy of Listening” where he emphasizes that development is about working with God so as to make love to people.

DIÁLOGO 3: Empatia | TALK 3: Empathy - James Deane

March 17th, 2021, 10h (São Paulo, 13h (Londres)

James Deane, BBC Media Action, United Kingdom

James Deane is Head of Policy at BBC Media Action, the charity set up by the BBC to support media around the world and advance international development. He is also currently working as a consultant to Luminate, a philanthropic foundation, to develop an International Fund for Public Interest Media.

 

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Citation: Deane, James (2021): Paulo Freire and Empathy and its implications for media and communication practitioners now. Loughborough University. Media. https://doi.org/10.17028/rd.lboro.14397899.v1

DIÁLOGO 4: Esperança | TALK 4: Hope - Benjamin Ferron

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Citation: Ferron, Benjamin (2021): The Social Conditions of Hope. “Giving voice to the voiceless”, an unevenly fulfilled political imperative. Loughborough University. Media. https://doi.org/10.17028/rd.lboro.14397950.v1

DIÁLOGO 4: Esperança | TALK 4: Hope - Eriberto Gualinga Montalvo

March 18th, 2021, 10h (São Paulo), 13h (Londres)

Eriberto Gualinga Montalvo, indigenous filmaker, Ecuador

Eriberto Gualinga Montalvo is a director of documentaries, photography and music in the defence of the Amazon and human rights. He has been working with audiovisuals for 20 years and his works have been exhibited in many festivals around the world, winning the Paco Urondo, and National Geographic prizes among others.

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Citation: Montalvo, Eriberto Gualinga (2021): Communication and Hope: producing audiovisual from the perspective of indigenous peoples. Loughborough University. Media. https://doi.org/10.17028/rd.lboro.14397935.v1

DIÁLOGO 5: Humildade | TALK 5 - Anita Gurumurthy

March 23th, 2021, 10 am (Sao Paulo) / 1 pm (London)

Anita Gurumurthy, IT for Change, India

Anita Gurumurthy is a founding member and executive director of IT for Change (ITfC) where she leads research on emerging issues in the digital context such as the platform economy, data and AI governance, democracy in the digital age and feminist frameworks on digital justice. She also directs ITfC’s field resource centre that works with grassroots rural communities on ‘technology for social change’ models. Anita actively engages in national and international advocacy on digital rights and contributes regularly to academic and media spaces.

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Citation: Gurumurthy, Anita (2021): The idea of ‘Humility’ in Freire’s work. Loughborough University. Media. https://doi.org/10.17028/rd.lboro.14398001.v1

DIÁLOGO 5: Humildade | TALK 5 - Colin Chasi

March 23th, 2021, 10 am (Sao Paulo) / 1 pm (London)

Colin Chasi, University of the Free State, South Africa

Colin Chasi is Professor and Director of the Unit for Institutional Change and Social Justice at the University of the Free State, in South Africa. He writes on the decolonisation of the discipline. With grounding in quintessential African thought, he is pursuing what he terms Participation Studies.

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Citation: Chasi, Colin (2021): Humility and Freire. A perspective from South Africa. Loughborough University. Media. https://doi.org/10.17028/rd.lboro.14397923.v1 

AILTON KRENAK - Closing Plenary: Pisar suavemente sobre a terra: towards a pedagogy of coexistence

March 24th, 2021, 10 am (Sao Paulo) / 1 pm (London)

Ailton Krenak, indigenous human rights activist, was born in 1953, in the Doce River Valley, Minas Gerais, and belongs to the Krenak ethnic group. In 1987, in the context of the discussions of the Constituent Assembly, he led the struggle for several principles inscribed in the Federal Constitution of Brazil. He founded and directs the Nucleus of Indigenous Culture, created the Festival of Dances and Indigenous Cultures, in the 1990s, in Serra do Cipó (MG). Journalist, presenter of the series “Índios no Brasil” for TV Educativa in 1998, and the series with indigenous thematic “Tarú Andé” for TV-Canal Futura in 2007. Author of texts and articles published in collections in Brazil and abroad. In January 2016, he was awarded the diploma of ´Professor Honoris Causa´ by the Federal University of Juiz de Fora-UFJF.

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Citation: Krenak, Ailton (2021): Eating, drinking, dancing, singing and lifting the sky. Loughborough University. Media. https://doi.org/10.17028/rd.lboro.14515704

9th to 24th March 2021

Paulo Freire
centennial

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