Nathalie Nunes


Biography

Nathalie Nunes is French and Portuguese, researcher at CES, and currently member of the co-coordination team of URBiNAT (H2020 project). She graduated in international and European law (University of Paris Nanterre, France), and holds a professional master's degree in international careers (University of Auvergne-Clermont 1, France), as well as a research master's degree in international and European law of fundamental rights (University of Nantes, France). PhD candidate in sociology of law at the University of Coimbra (Portugal), her thesis project is on the 2005 urban uprisings in the French suburbs. Nathalie first gained international experience in Cape Verde as a trainee for the French Embassy, and as a project assistant for UNICEF. Then in Brazil, from 2004 to 2010, where she worked in several sectors, namely a law firm, a communications agency specialised in sustainability, and NGOs. In both France and Brazil, she collaborated as a professional and a volunteer with organizations promoting and defending human rights, children's rights and the environment. From 2011 to 2015, she was also partner of an online communication agency. She most recently served as head of development at the International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH) in Paris (France).


Latest Publications

Book Chapter

Nunes, Nathalie; Söderström, Hanna; Hipke, Sandra (2017), Understanding cultural sustainability: Connecting sustainability and culture, in Asikainen, Sari; Brites, Claudia; Plebańczyk, Katarzyna; Rogač Mijatović, Ljiljana; Soini, Katriina (org.), Culture in sustainability: towards a transdisciplinary approach. Jyväskylä, Finland: University of Jyväskylä, SoPhi, 29-45

Book Chapter

Ferreira, Isabel; Caitana, Beatriz; Nunes, Nathalie (2016), A reinvenção do social através da inovação em tempos de crise: Reflexões sobre casos em Portugal e Canadá, in Veloso, Hernâni Neto; Coelho, Sandra Lima (org.), Movimentos sociais e participação cívica. Porto, Portugal: Civeri Publishing