Author Archives: Juan José Villalón Ogáyar

About Juan José Villalón Ogáyar

Profesor en Sociología en la Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED)

Invoice

Invoice

Dear all, if you need a invoice of your payment. We can send it to you in june.

In order to prepare this, you have to send us a pro forma invoice with the data to rn37.esa@gmail.com

Subject: “Invoice”.

 

 

Payment with Swift Code of Santander Bank

We have added the Swift Code!

Payment:

The only way to pay the fee is by bank transfer to:

Bank Name: Banco Santander
Bank Address: Calle Alcalá, 28, Madrid, 28014
Account Name: Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED)
University Address: calle Bravo Murillo, 38, Madrid, 28015, Spain
BIC / SWIFT: BSCHESMMXXX
IBAN: ES82  0049 0001 5422  1143 8387
Details of payment: “ESA RN37” and participant´s name, surname

 

Please, you send payment receipts to: rn37.esa@gmail.com

Please note that payments by bank transfer will only be accepted by 15 May, 2018.
The early Bird Fee is from now to 15 April

All payments made by bank transfer have to be net of all bank charges. The payer pays the bank charges of their bank, and the beneficiary pays the charges of their bank, if any.

Registration and Payment of Fees

Registration:

The Committee now needs you to confirm your attendance and proceed to the payment of the fees. Please do so and notify it to us  as soon as possible, not later than the 30th of April.

Please use a Registration form, and, send the payment receipt to: rn37.esa@gmail.com

Payment:

The only way to pay the fee is by bank transfer to:

Bank Name: Banco Santander
Bank Address: Calle Alcalá, 28, Madrid, 28014
Account Name: Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED)
University Address: calle Bravo Murillo, 38, Madrid, 28015, Spain
BIC / SWIFT: BSCHESMMXXX
IBAN: ES82  0049 0001 5422  1143 8387
Details of payment: “ESA RN37” and participant´s name, surname

 

Please, you send payment receipts to: rn37.esa@gmail.com

Please note that payments by bank transfer will only be accepted by 15 May, 2018.
The early Bird Fee is from now to 15 April

All payments made by bank transfer have to be net of all bank charges. The payer pays the bank charges of their bank, and the beneficiary pays the charges of their bank, if any.

The fees table are in this page.

Student Accommodation

Student Accommodation in Summer University Residences

We have a new accomodation offer for students during next Mid-Term Conference in Madrid thanks The  Complutense University of Madrid.

The Complutense University of Madrid has several Halls of Residence for students. They are in the Moncloa Campus. The connection to the Escuelas Pías Building is by underground and bus. They are thirty minutes from the Mid-term Conference. However, their prices are the cheapest that you can find in Madrid and the rooms on campus are of high quality.

The Halls of Residence of the Complutense University of Madrid offer great budget accommodation possibilities in Madrid during the summer break (from June 15th to September 15th). With a wide choice of locations and facilities, they are sure to find a residence that will suit you.

These residences are close to downtown and with very good transportation links to every important place in Madrid.

If you wish to contact them in English, please write to ccmm@ucm.es.

Application forms (in Spanish) for individual accommodation

TO REMEMBER FEES

FEES

III Mid-Term Conference Fees

ESA MEMBERS NON MEMBERS
Band 1 Band 2 Band 1 Band 2
Student 70 50 90 70
Regular 150 120 180 140
Student (early bird) 50 30 70 50
Regular (early bird) 110 80 150 120

Band 1: Andorra, Antigua and Barbuda, Aruba, Australia, Austria, Bahamas, Bahrain, Barbados, Belgium, Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, Brunei Darussalam, Canada, Cayman Islands, Channel Islands, Chile, Croatia, Curaçao, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Faroe Islands, Finland, France, French Polynesia, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, Greenland, Guam, Hong Kong SAR/China, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Isle of Man, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea, Rep., Kuwait, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macao SAR/China, Malta, Monaco, Nauru, Netherlands, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Northern Mariana Islands, Norway, Oman, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Qatar, San Marino, Saudi Arabia, Seychelles, Singapore, Sint Maarten (Dutch part), Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Martin (French part), Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Trinidad and Tobago, Turks and Caicos Islands, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States, Uruguay, Virgin Islands (U.S.).

Band 2: Everywhere else

Accomodation Madrid 2018

ACCOMODATION
MADRID 2018

You can book your room now with the best price in El Corte Inglés Travel Agent!

grupossectorpublico@viajeseci.es

 

Madrid is a huge city which offers many hotels, apartments and rental touristic flats. However, there are many events at the same time. Due to this, the prices are high.
Furthermore, we will have our meeting very close to the town center. Lavapies is an ancient district with a huge history in the city’s heart. We can enjoy many restaurants and bars nearby.
Due to this, we have contacted a relevant Travel Agency (El Corte Inglés) which has given us a good offer for hotel rooms for participants in the Mid-term Conference.
They have offered two huge hotels 10 minutes away on foot from the Escuelas Pías Building.

These hotels are:

I . C A T A L O N I A  A t o c h a  4 * * * *


C/ Atocha, 81
28012 Madrid
https://www.cataloniahotels.com/es/hotel/catalonia-atocha

Rate per night (double room for single use):  128,98€ -buffet breakfast and tax included-

Rate per night (double room):               158,62€ -buffet breakfast and tax included-

35 rooms This offer lasts until 16, April (New)

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I I . H O L I D A Y I N N  M a d r i d  P i r á m i d e s  4 * * * *


Paseo de las Acacias, 40
28005 Madrid
https://www.ihg.com/holidayinn/hotels/us/es/madrid/madmp/hoteldetail

Offer: 25 rooms
Rate per night (double room for single use):  92,95 € – breakfast buffet and tax included. (New price)

Rate per night (double room): 103,95 € – breakfast buffet and tax included. (New price)

This offer lasts until 26, April (New)

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To complete the offer, you can choose:

I I I . N H C o l l e c t i o n  P a s e o  d e l  P r a d o  H o t e l  5 * * * * *


Plaza Cánovas del Castillo, 4
28012 Madrid
https://www.nh-hotels.com/hotel/nh-collection-madrid-paseo-del-prado
Rate per night (double room for single use):  182,50 € – tax included-
Rate per night (double room for single use):  202,00 € – breakfast buffet and tax included-
Rate and availability on request.

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More information in this document.

You can contact El Corte Inglés to book a room in the hotels described above by email:
grupossectorpublico@viajeseci.es

If you decide to use this offer, you can fill in this form and send it to the email address above.
For more options, ask El Corte Ingles using the same email address.

 

 

Venues: Official Tourism Website of ¡MADRID!

The Mid term Conference will be in Madrid.

Madrid, Spain’s capital, is a city of elegant boulevards and expansive, manicured parks such as the Buen Retiro. It’s renowned for its rich repositories of European art, including the Prado Museum’s works by Goya, Velázquez and other Spanish masters. The heart of old Hapsburg Madrid is the portico-lined Plaza Mayor, and nearby is the baroque Royal Palace and Armory, displaying historic weaponry.

You can visit the official tourism Website

Lavapies is the district where the Mid Term conference will ocurr.

Vibrant, multicultural Lavapiés is spread out over steep medieval streets filled with lively Indian restaurants and old Spanish taverns. Edgy art shows and events take place at the Tabacalera and La Casa Encendida cultural centers, in contrast with the modern masterpieces, like Picasso’s “Guernica,” showcased at the Reina Sofía Museum nearby. Vendors at the busy San Fernando Market sell cheese, books and craft beer.

You can visit the official tourism Website of Lavapies

Escuelas Pías (Pious Schools)

The Host Building of MidTerm conference will be: Pious Schools of UNED-MADRID. This is the main Building of The National Distance Education University (UNED) in Madrid.

 

Extended the Notifications and Registration Opening Dates

New dates: 12, March for notification and registration

We are very excited by the great response and the range of proposals submitted to the ESA RN37 “Inequality and uncertainty: current challenges for cities” conference in June 2018 in Madrid, Spain. Given the large number of abstracts received, will need a little extra time to work through all submissions as carefully as we think we should be. Thus we have been forced to extend the date for notifications of acceptance and the opening of the registration system to 12 March 2018. Stay tuned!

The deadline of abstract submission has been extended up to February 10

DEADLINE EXTENDED UP TO FEB, 10!

We are pleased to announce that the deadline of abstract submission has been extended up to February 10. We hope that you enjoy the program of the conference including keynote lectures by Suzi Hall, Jesús Leal and Martina Löw, thematic sessions and informal activities in Madrid.

Inequalities and uncertainty can be discussed in the relation to the following topics:

  1.    Visibility and invisibility of urban inequalities and uncertainty
  2.    Individual and collective strategies of coping with contemporary urban challenges at the neighbourhood level
  3.    Class, gender, age and ethnicity as factors of inequalities and uncertainty
  4.    Urban policies and institutional effectiveness in times of crisis
  5.    Social responses to crisis – from everyday life practices to contemporary urban social movements
  6.    Spatiality and the new geographies of inequalities and uncertainty
  7.    (Im)mobility of urban inequalities – urban inequalities of (im)mobility
  8.    Urban sustainability and global environmental crisis
  9.    Innovative methodological contributions of urban sociology for studies on social inequalities and uncertainty

In this conference we also wish to celebrate and bring into the discussion the works of two social scientists who greatly contributed to Urban Sociology and Urban Studies in general: Lefebvre and Simmel. In that sense, we propose two additional topics:

  1.   Reading Henri Lefebvre’s “The Right to the City”, 50 years later.
  2.   Georg Simmel (1858-1918): reflecting on his multiple contributions for Urban Sociology

We welcome proposals exploring theoretical, methodological, and empirical issues.

Submit your abstracts to the ESA RN37. Midterm conference “Inequality and uncertainty: current challenges for cities” here.

KS: JESUS LEAL

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Jesús Leal

The Complutense University (Madrid, Spain)

Jesús Leal is an Emeritus professor of sociology at the Complutense University of Madrid. His teaching activity has mainly focused on Urban Sociology, Urbanism and Population topics, having conducted many research projects on these issues. Coordinator of the committee of experts in housing and editor of the white book on housing in Spain, he has been Visiting Professor at several foreign universities (Berkeley, Paris) and has participated in various international research networks related to urban sociology and housing issues.
Among his publications: “El espacio colectivo de la ciudad” (The collective space in the city), “Para una nueva política de vivienda” (For a new housing policy), “La vivienda en Madrid” (Housing in Madrid), “Comportamientos residenciales y necesidades de vivienda” (Residential behaviour and housing needs); “Crecimiento económico, empleo y desigualdad social en Madrid” (Economic growth, employment and social inequality in Madrid), “Housing and Welfare in Southern Europe”, “La reestructuración social de Madrid” (The social restructuring of Madrid).

KS: SUZANNE HALL

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS:

Suzanne Hall

London School of Economics and Political Science (London, UK)

Suzanne Hall is Director of the Cities Programme and an Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Her research explores the intersection of global migration and urban marginalisation. Through an ESRC award she has focused on migrant economies and spaces on urban high streets across the UK. Suzi is author of City, Street and Citizen: The measure of the ordinary and is a recipient of a 2017 Philip Leverhulme Prize.

http://www.lse.ac.uk/sociology/people/suzi-hall