The collaboration agreements signed by the IGADI seek to systematize the relationship with entities with which interests and lines of work are shared, towards a more stable and productive relationship.
As novas dan conta das actividades máis destacadas do IGADI, como o lanzamentos das nosas publicacións, o inicio dalgún proxecto, a participación nalgunha actividade concreta, etc.
With the support of the Industrial Campus of Ferrol and Casa Asia we will organize next Friday 10 of November from 10h a conference to connect Galicia with China. In the event take part experts in geopolítics, international relations and 2030 Agenda, as well as specialists in the relations Spain-China, specifically in the university field.
Few cities have the international projection as intense as that of Santiago, a projection that does not decrease with the passage of time and that goes beyond its “tractor” role in the world of Tourism and the Ways to Compostela.
Its status as a university headquarters, the institutions of the country or the strong cultural and business offer, make Compostela a key place for the global projection of Galicia…
The third historical time of the Tempo Exterior journal, continues the stage under the direction of the professor of the University of Vigo Celso Cancela, focusing the number 46 into the peace, the human rights and the protection in contexts of conflicts. The special number, coordenated by Mónica López Aspect (University of Vigo) and Joao …
The online seminar held last Friday 14 July, was directed to the community of the IEG and the general public, in order to present the diagnostic data around the state of the Galician Studies in the world, which the IEG initiated with an electronic survey launched in March 2023. In addition to the presentation of the data, the activity wanted to open a debate that helps to continue the diagnosis, still open and in process, and to be concluded, probably, by the time of the do International Congress of the IEG “Horizons of Galician Studies Estudos na de ofonide (17-20 April 2024, University of Minho). More than 30 people participated in the activity from twelve countries.