Education for human rights: a daily practice?

Leading researcher: Sara Andrade (Rede Inducar, CRL)
Research group: Governance, Policies and Livelihoods
Type of project: International project
Status: Ongoing
Keywords: Human rights | Civil rights | Moral systems | Humanitarianism | Dignity


Main institution: Rede Inducar, CRL
Participant institutions: Munícipio de Santa Maria da Feira, Escola Superior de Educação do Politécnico do Porto, Movimento SOS Racismo, CRIA
Funding: Conselho da Europa
Reference: n.a.
Starting date: 07-05-18

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Abstract

Human rights are at risk, every time that undermines the dignity and equality of human beings. Imposing biopolitical frontiers in European soil and the refusal of entry and protection to immigrants and refugees question the banner of human rights has long assumed to be the hallmark of this continent. It is intended to discuss the practices and policies that embody human rights, from the observation of specific cases of one of the groups that were the origin of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights: the refugees.

Researchers from CRIA

IDNamePositionProjTitleProject typeStatus
pub106*Antónia Pedroso de LimaResearcherproj360*Education for human rights: a daily practice?International projectOngoing
pub110*Cristina SantinhoResearcherproj360*Education for human rights: a daily practice?International projectOngoing
Other researchers

ResearcherPositionInstitutionProjOutrosTitulo_EN
Sara AndradePrincipal investigatorproj360*Education for human rights: a daily practice?