He has a Ph.D. in Postcolonialisms and Global Citizenship (Sociology), from the Center for Social Studies and Faculty of Economics at the University of Coimbra. He is a postdoctoral researcher at the Institute for Poverty, Land and Agrarian Studies (PLAAS, UWC) and is a member of the International Research Group on Authoritarianism and Counter-Strategies at the Rosa Luxemburg-Stiftung. He is an associate researcher at the Center for African Studies (CEA, UEM)
Remigio Van Eyes Chilaule
Remígio Chilaule is an architect and urban planner, graduated from the Faculty of Architecture and Physical Planning at UEM, where he currently teaches the nuclear laboratory chair. Among his projects, the co-authorship of the architectural debate proposal Futures of Mafalala, and the direction of the HUEIV laboratory laboratory.de.arquitectura, responsible for the construction project of the Mafalala Museum, stand out. Remígio also leads the community initiative #MapeandoMeuBairro, which seeks to fill the large gap in geospatial information about informal settlements in Mozambique, using participatory mapping methods and techniques. Remígio is also a volunteer activist for the Humanist Movement
Silvia Ernestina Dywili
Specialist in Gender, youth and Social Inclusion, community mobilization, sexual and reproductive health, leadership and development of life skills with Skillz tools for adolescents and young people.