Recordings of live streamed sessions

Thursday, 7th September 2017

Igniter Talk of the Think Tank „Social transformation through occupation: Moving beyond intentions for enhancing justice?” Lisette Farias

(Ph.D. Candidate at Western University, Canada, MScOT, BScOT, OT Reg.​)


Friday, 8th September 2017

Session 1.5 The Development of Occupational Science Outside the Anglophone Sphere: Challenges and Opportunities for Enacting Global Collaboration Lilian Magalhães, Lisette Farias, Natalia Rivas-Quarneti, Liliana Alvarez, Ana Paula Malfitano


Session 2.5 Occupational Sciences Political Agenda Gail Elizabeth Whiteford
From Raising Awareness to Stimulating Legislative and Policy Reform Theorizing the legislative terrain with a human rights lens Clare Hocking
Stimulating policy reform through occupation focused research with underserved populations Valerie Wright St Clair
Occupation Based Social Reform Hanneke van Bruggen


Session 3.5 Critical Theoretical Perspectives – Introduction Debbie Laliberte Rudman
Mobilizing Critical Theoretical Perspectives to Enact Occupation-Based Social Transformative Work Overview of Critical theoretical perspectives Lisette Farias
Bodey-mapped stories of Latin American undocumented migrant workers (UW) in the Great Toronto Lilian Magalhaes
Oral history and community publishing; Working with communities, documenting tacit accounts of occupation, resilience and change Debbie Laliberte Rudman/Nick Pollard
Fracturing Individualism and Neoliberal Modes of Governing Debbie Laliberte Rudman
Making perspectives/framings visible


Saturday, 9th September 2017

Session 4.4 Gender Aspects of Palliative Care for People with Dementia Elisabeth Reitinger
“Doing Gender” – Intersectional and Occupational Aspects of Cognitive Disability, Gender and Age Verena Tatzer
People with Intellectual Disabilities work as Teachers at Universities: the Project ‘Inclusive Education’ Fabian von Essen
Employment: Occupational Choices for People with Intellectual Disabilities Ina Roosen