Carina Jordão wins Maria Lamas award

The 2022 Maria Lamas Prize for studies on women, gender and equality was unanimously awarded to Carina Jordão for her doctoral thesis entitled "Inequalities between women and men in the labor market and its measurement: contributions of a new composite indicator for EU-28 countries", thesis that was presented to the Faculty of Economics of the University of Coimbra, in the area of Sociology (Labour Relations, Social Inequalities and Trade Unionism). [...]

The Maria Lamas award, published every two years and promoted by the Municipality of Torres Novas, evokes the figure of Maria Lamas, perpetuating her testimony as a fighter for the rights of Portuguese women. The jury was constituted by Inês Brasão (winner of the award in the first edition), Virgínia Batista (winner of the award in 2016) and Miguel Vale de Almeida, who has been part of the Jury since its first edition.
With a monetary value of 3000 euros, this award also aims at contributing to the development of knowledge in a perspective of transversality and plurality and to recognize academic and scientific studies carried out in Portugal, produced by Portuguese or foreign authors.
Carina Jordão is a research fellow at the Department of Social, Political and Territorial Sciences, working at CHANGE.