Joana Lúcio is a research fellow at CIEd – Research Centre in Education (University of Minho, Portugal) within project EDUPLACES – Practices, voices and pathways of inclusive education (PTDC/MHC-CED/3775/2014). Her post-doctoral research project focuses on the local and innovative dimensions of socio-educational practices aimed at overcoming school failure and dropout. She holds a Doctorate in Educational Sciences by the University of Porto (Portugal), with a thesis focused on the Educating City’s movement, through the lenses of socio-educational mediation. She has participated in research-intervention projects in the field of Local Development, with a particular interest for non-formal and informal educational dynamics, and the role of associations, companies and local government. She has developed training in the field of mediation and conflict management for teachers and other professionals. Since 2010, she has been an active collaborator of EERA – European Educational Research Association through its Network 14 – Communities, families and schooling in Educational Research (for which she served as Link Convenor in 2012-2015). She has authored several international publications, having recently co-edited a special issue of the European Educational Research Journal on the subject ‘Children as Members of a Community: Citizenship, participation and educational development’, and a special issue of the Australian and International Journal of Rural Education on the subject of ‘Rural Schools As Hubs For The Socio-Educational Development Of Communities’.
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