Carmen Verde Diego

Carmen Verde Diego has a degree in Philosophy and Educational Sciences, a degree in Philosophy and Educational Sciences, a PhD in Political and Moral Philosophy, and a degree in Social Work from the University of Santiago de Compostela.
Since 2010 she is a member of the Governing Board of the Consejo General De Trabajo Social [General Council of Social Work] (www.cgtrabajosocial.es).
Among her main lines of research are: family; childhood and adolescence; immigration gender; fundamentals of social work; professional ethics and deontology; methodology of research and social intervention. Around these lines, she has participated in more than twenty research projects, some as a main researcher, and has published more than a hundred scientific references (reviews, articles, book chapters and books). Among those we find the recent publication:
Verde-Diego, C., Prado Conde, S., and Aguiar Fernández, F.-X. (2018). The impact of the financial crisis on families in Spain: the case of Ourense, Spain. International Social Work https://doi.org/10.1177/0020872818777796
It is noteworthy that the work of Carmen Verde for social transformation goes beyond the academic field, evidence of this is her active participation in third sector entities, such as SOS Racism, among others.