On September 21st, the University of Aveiro (UAVR, Portugal) held an online conference to identify and discuss solutions to facilitate work-life balance to improve the well-being of male and female employees of the University. The event, organised by the project "Linha 3UA - A vida Profissional, Pessoal e Familiar em Linha na UA" in collaboration with the CHANGE project, took place online and was attended by more than 100 people.
The first part of the conference, dedicated to the national and international framework of conciliation, counted with the intervention of Mário Parra Silva (President of the Portuguese Association of Business Ethics), Regina Cruz (Founder of Wellbeing 3.8), Anabela Vaz Ribeiro (Vice-President of the Technical Commission of Family Responsible Organisations and Partner of Pedra Base) and José Vieira (Pro-Rector for the Information Systems of UA). In the second part, good practices regarding conciliation and well-being were presented and discussed. The debate panel, moderated by Anabela Vaz Ribeiro, was composed of Catarina Romão (Assistant Secretary-General of the General Secretariat of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers), Cláudia Belo Ferreira (Member of the Board of Infarmed, I.P.), Palmira Macedo (Local Councillor for Equality at Matosinhos Municipality) and Sandra Generoso (Head of Division of Sociocultural Action and Local Councillor for Equality at Lagoa Municipality).
Annex: Programme in Portuguese