The seedbed is part of the alliance between the Center for Thought for Political Education (CEP) of the National University of Colombia and the Center for Internet and Society of the University of Rosario - ISUR. This alliance, particularly through the Interuniversity Seedbed, will strengthen training processes of citizen political education from university settings and will allow the production of Open Educational Resources (OER) in a collaborative manner on the specific issues that emerge from collaborative inquiry; focusing on two political training subgroups focused on Mental and Community Health, and Social Protest.
The general objective of the seedbed is to promote processes of political training of citizens in higher education settings that contribute to the consolidation of transformative practices and citizen participation for democracy.
- Research: It aims to promote the generation of knowledge and the exchange of ideas between participants from different universities (public and private), as well as to train leaders capable of contributing to the development of more just and inclusive societies through the promotion of active and conscious citizen participation.
- Training and participation: Strengthen training processes of citizen political education from university settings.
- This seeks to generate training and inclusive participation spaces, open, horizontal and democratic for the identification of problems and implementation of participatory action proposals, including actions in the digital world. In particular, the seedbed will guide training in social and political research towards the resolution of problems shared by university students in the city of Bogotá and how such problems are related to the digital behaviors of young people, particularly on social networks. .
- Knowledge production: Produce Open Educational Resources (OER), licensed under Creative Commons, collaboratively on the specific problems addressed in the interuniversity hotbed.
Line of Research:
- Inclusive administrative law
- Inequality and technology