This axis focuses on research and conceptual and empirical development of Care and support networks, paying special attention to all those forms of care that are configured outside the ideology of the family structure. This axis therefore raises a series of questions such as: What are the necessary tools to build support networks beyond family affiliation? How can these networks be maintained over time and sustained in the long term? Or do these networks respond to specific periods of time and moments, configuring themselves organically to meet specific needs that underlie the support of the diversity of lives that surround us? 


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