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Alejo, Antonio

É facilitador do Consello de Investigación do IGADI e parte do Consello de Redacción da revista do IGADI, Tempo Exterior. Colaborador do Grupo de Investigación Sociedades en Movimiento da Universidade da Coruña e investigador asociado do Instituto Galego de Análise e Documentación Internacional. As súas líñas de investigación son: estudos globais (socioloxia e gobernanza), transformacions diplomáticas ante o urbano e a movilidade humana, e sobre educación global para a cidadanía.

E doutor en Procesos Políticos Contemporáneos pola Universidade de Santiago de Compostela. Ten estancias posdoctorais na Universidade Erasmus de Rotterdam (ISS), a Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (CEIICH), a Universidad do País Vasco, a Universidad Arturo Jauretche (Argentina) e a Universidade do San Martin (Argentina). Publicoú en revistas como International Studies in Sociology of Education; Migration Letters; Migraciones; Colombia Internacional; Latin America Polícy; Politics and Policy; Education, Citizenship and Social Justice; CIDOB d`Afers Internacionals y Third World Quarterly. Tamén ten publicado libros como autor único e como editor co Tirant lo Blanch, La Catarata, a Universidade Nacional Autónoma de México, o Instituto Mora e a Secretaria de Relaciones Exteriores (México).

Perfil de Publicacións:
ORCID orcid.org/0000-0002-2020-7856
Web of Science Researcher ID: P-1694-2019.
Scopus: 57205348766


Artigos de Alejo, Antonio

Thinking about intermediate and small cities with a global scope from A Coruña

Liñas de investigación Paradiplomacia
Inspired by Sustainable Development Goal 11 (Sustainable cities and communities) and Goal 17 (Partnerships to achieve the goals) of the 2030 Agenda, this note reflects on how Intermediate and small cities have their own characteristics and capacities to fulfill a global role in a global context in which cities assume a relevant role in the various global agendas (climate change, development, among others).To reflect on this, here we highlight how networking and collaboration between economic and cultural agents contribute to the external projection and territorial appeal of a city like A Coruña.

Thinking about intermediate and small cities with a global scope from A Coruña

Liñas de investigación Paradiplomacia
Inspired by Sustainable Development Goal 11 (Sustainable cities and communities) and Goal 17 (Partnerships to achieve the goals) of the 2030 Agenda, this note reflects on how Intermediate and small cities have their own characteristics and capacities to fulfill a global role in a global context in which cities assume a relevant role in the various global agendas (climate change, development, among others).To reflect on this, here we highlight how networking and collaboration between economic and cultural agents contribute to the external projection and territorial appeal of a city like A Coruña.