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The International University of Andalusia (UNIA) kicks off the new academic year by resuming its international research meetings, promoted together with the La Rábida Group to promote the exercise scientific and academic in the Ibero-American Space of Knowledge. Sustainable construction, heritage as an engine for development or the circular economy in global markets are the stars of the upcoming workshops, which bring together researchers from Europe and Latin America.
The search for more environmentally friendly materials in a context of climate crisis is the focus of the first of these events, the seminar Sustainable construction with fibers and bamboo, which will take place from September 28 to 30 at the University of Cuenca (Ecuador).
Global markets workshops
Throughout the month of October, various universities on the American continent will host up to four research meetings, starting with the Global Markets and Circular Businesses workshop, at the University of Lima (Peru), from October 10 to 11, and the Ibero-American Sustainability Meeting and Social and Solidarity Economy of the Santiago de Cali University (Colombia), from 14 to 15.
They will be followed by Coastal Cities: Challenges in the Face of Climate Change, at the Simón Bolívar University (Colombia) from October 24 to 25, and the VI Alfamed International Congress: Social Networks and Citizenship: Cybercultures for Learning, organized by the University of Huelva ( Spain) and which will take place from October 26 to 28 in Arequipa (Peru).
For its part, the Catholic University of Salta (Argentina) will host the Ibero-American Seminar: Heritage as a factor of territorial development from November 4 to 7.
These research meetings, which follow those held in June and July, have the support of the UNIA and the La Rábida Group within the framework of the commitment to research and knowledge transfer in the Ibero-American sphere, betting on synergies between researchers and institutions and encouraging scientific and multidisciplinary cooperation.