Ingrid Agud has a PhD in Education and Society from the University of Barcelona and an M.A. in Citizenship and Values Education. She is a post-doctoral researcher and professor in the department of Systematic Pedagogy at the Autonomous University of Barcelona, and she is a member of the Moral Education Research Group (GREM) at UB. She was a visiting researcher at City University of New York and worked in the research group on childhood environment at Ghent University (Belgium) in the Department of Social Welfare. Her current projects, in addition to Project HEBE, include “The children’s councils and CNIAC. New ways for the political and civic participation of children in Catalonia” (RecerCaixa Award) and “Guideway, for the improvement of teacher training in primary education” (ARMIF Award).
Agud, I., Novella, A., & Llena, A. (2014). Conditions for an effective children’s participation, according to children’s voices. Review of Research and Social Intervention, 46, 9-21. http://www.rcis.ro/images/documente/rcis46_01.pdf
Agud, I., Novella, A., & Llena, A. (2014). Conditions for an effective children’s participation, according to children’s voices.
Agud, I., Novella, A., & Llena, A. (2014). Las condiciones y características de la participación infantil auténtica [The conditions and characteristics of authentic child participation]. In A. Novella (ed.), Participación infantil y construcción de la ciudadanía [Child participation and the construction of citizenship]. (pp. 73-90). Barcelona: Graó.
Novella, A., Agud, I., Llena , A., & Trilla , J. (2013). El concepto de ciudadanía construido por jóvenes que vivieron experiencias de participación infantil [The concept of citizenship constructed by youth who experienced child participation]. Bordón. Journal of Education, 65(3), 93-108.
Trilla, J., Ayuste, A., & Agud, I. (2014). After-School activities and leisure education. En A. Ben-Arieh, F. Casas, I. Frones, & J. Korbin, Handbook of Child Well-Being (pp. 863-894). Dordrecht: Springer.