• Study led by the University of Granada warns that health systems need to address this problem systematically, since as well as affecting the quality of life of pregnant women, insomnia is a risk factor for high blood pressure and pre-eclampsia, gestational diabetes mellitus, depression, preterm birth and unplanned caesarean sections. 

Focusing on African people as generators and drivers of knowledge and as agents of their own social transformation, the event will also pay homage to some of the pioneers of African studies from the Iberian Peninsula.