Alexandre da Trindade
Alexandre da Trindade is a Brazilian doctoral student at the Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge, working with Professor Susan L. Robertson, and holds a master’s degree in Global Prosperity from University College London (UCL). His research examines the role of higher education, which goes beyond the traditional functions of teaching and research and contributes to the development of alternative futures (e.g., Buen Vivir, human flourishing), social justice, democratic societies, and emancipated individuals. He is a founding member of CLAREC and is a member of the Knowledge, Power, and Politics (KPP) and the Decolonizar a América Latina e seus Espaços (¡DALE!) research groups. He holds a degree and an MBA in marketing from the ESPM/SP in Brazil and has almost twenty years of professional experience working with innovation and technology projects in large companies and through international partnerships and networks.
|The Case of the Popular University of Social Movements: Lessons on Dialogue From and For Humanisation and the Transformation of Institutions|