Apart from 8 keynote speakers, the program includes 50 papers / presentations, organized in 7 panels, involving about 60 participants from all over the world. There will be presentations of at least 8 international research and local social intervention projects; individual / collective projects will be exhibited on posters (present during the congress in the hall between the auditoriums B1 and B2).

In the afternoon of April 28, the opening session includes two keynotes’ talks and a film projection, followed by the congress opening dinner.