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Sejam todas e todos muito bem-vindos(as)! O II Seminário Internacional em Direitos Humanos e Sociedade & IV Jornada de Produção Científica em Direitos Fundamentais e Estado, será realizado nos dias 19 e 20 de setembro de 2019, na Universidade do Extremo Sul Catarinense, em Criciúma/SC, sendo organizado pelo Programa de Pós-graduação em Direito – Mestrado. A temática deste ano será "Direitos Humanos, Estado Democrático de Direito e Direitos Sociais". ¡O evento contará com minicursos, apresentações orais de trabalhos, além de palestras com conferencistas renomados ligados à temática do evento. Explore o nosso site e saiba mais! Contamos com a sua presença! [Welcome All! The II International Seminar on Human Rights and Society and IV Conference on Scientific Production in Fundamental Rights and State, will be held on September 19 and 20, 2019, at the Extremo Sul Catarinense University, in Criciúma / SC, organized by the Program of Postgraduate in Law - Master. This year's theme will be "Human Rights, Democratic State of Law and Social Rights". The event will have minicourses, oral presentations of works, as well as lectures with renowned speakers related to the theme of the event. Explore our website and learn more! We look forward to your presence!].
Crude English translation:
Circular No 02/2019
Entries are already open for the submission of scientific papers and participation in the lectures and mini-courses of the II International Seminar on Human Rights and Society & IV Conference on Scientific Production in Fundamental Rights and the State.
The event will be held at the University of the Southern Extremity of Santa Catarina (UNESC) - in Criciúma, Santa Catarina, Brazil, on September 19 and 20, 2019, with the theme: Human Rights, Democratic State of Law and Social Rights. main objective to divulge and debate the theoretical and practical production on Human Rights, Society and State in the Brazilian and Latin American context.
The event is organized by the Post-Graduate Program in Law - MSc, from Universidade do Extremo Sul Catarinense - UNESC, with the support of the UNESC Law Course, the UNESC Socioeconomic Development Program, the Graduate Program in Law UNISC, the Postgraduate Program in Law and Human Rights of the Autonomous University of São Luis Potosí / Mexico, the Latin American Council of Social Sciences - CLACSO, the Public School Foundation, the Postgraduate Program in La Salle University and the Ibero-American Network for Teaching and Research on Children's Rights.
Target Audience: Researchers and professionals in the area of Law and related areas; public policy advisors; municipal managers, representatives of social movements and NGOs and members of civil society thematic forums.
Registration through the site: www.unesc.net/seminariodireitos human
Submission period: until 15.07.2019
Period of evaluation of the works: from 16.07.2019 to 31.07.2019
Notice of approved papers: 01.08.2019
Non-Participant Registration: until 18.09.2019 (subject to availability of vacancies)
THEMATIC AXES FOR SCIENTIFIC SUBMISSIONS:
1 - Human rights, legal pluralism and decolonial thinking
Summary: Pluralism and its contemporary contextualization. Legal Pluralism, Interculturality and Decolonization Processes in Latin America. Plurality, Social Movements and Human Rights. Critical Theory of Human Rights. Right and Postcolonial Studies. Community Justice in Latin America.
2 - Critical Constitutionalism in Latin America Mention:
Summary: the phenomenon of regional constitutionalism focusing on theories and experiences of the
institutionality. Works that seek to verify the reasoning, historicization or liberation praxis of the constitutionalist experiences of America Latina. Such approaches must be permeated by the theoretical framework of decoloniality, as potential for analysis of the degree of concealment of the constituent experiences local and regional authorities. The central idea is to bring researchers together to reflect on the critique of constitutionalism in its relation to democracy, interculturality, deprivation, legal pluralism and political thought of liberation, as well as on methodologies that allow the theoretical opening to the criticality of the constitutionalist phenomenon .
3 - Public policies, fundamental rights and decent work.
Simmary: Reflections on the flexibility and de-regulation of the right to work. Critical analysis of labor reform in the light of the theory of fundamental rights. Rights of personality of the worker, limits of employment power and theory of effectiveness fundamental rights. Interfaces of labor law with the new technologies: teleworking, social networks, the right to disconnect and fundamental rights labor markets.
4 - Democracy, Citizenship and Common Goods.
Summary: The Direito a cidade [defined in Brazil by the Federal Constitution of 1988 and regulated by a subsequent law called the "City Statute", is a guarantee that every Brazilian has to enjoy the structure and public spaces of his city, with equal use] and the construciton of a Democratic commons. Democracy and the common good. Goodwill and Adequate Ethics. Democracy, Citizenship and Civilization on the Neoliberal model. Ecosocialism and Ecological Citizenship. Nature Law and Common Goods. Human Right to Water. Ethics of consumption and over-indebtedness Theories of citizenship and New formats of social movements. Formal and substantial democracy. Citizenship and Intercultural Diversity.
5 - State, Public Policies and Social Rights
Summary: Public policies: origins, processes of elaboration, execution and evaluation. Typology. Public policies and society. Popular participation in the elaboration and social control of public policies. Judicialisation of politics and public policy. Social politics. Democracy, human rights and public policy. At public policies in the context of state-owned models. Public policies and social rights. Public policies for people with disabilities. Public Health Policies, Law Sanitary and health regulation. Public policies for transport, education and housing. The right to the city. State, political and electoral processes, representation and political participation.
6 - Gender, Feminism and Public Policy
Summary: Feminisms in Latin America, feminist actions and articulations. Feminisms, intersections, demands and struggles for women's rights. Feminist theories and feminism black. Identity, recognition and the right to difference. Human rights, intercultural practices and decoloniality. Social movements, public policies and struggles for rights of citizenship. Human rights and the new representations of social subjects.
7 - Human Rights, Criminological Criminology and Criminological Thinking in Latin America
Summary: Formation of Latin American criminology and its socio-political context; the state as the center for the production of institutional violence; the supposed crisis of criminology and neoliberalism; Mass Encarceration; drug policy; Rights Humans as an instance of containing punitive violence; colonialism and maintenance of racism of criminal control; violence of the structures of criminal control and the woman - victim or offender.
8 - New Rights, Litigation and Human Rights
Summary: Overview of "new" rights. General Theory.. Systematization of the "New" Rights: limits and possibilities. Outbreak of litigation and protection of citizenship. Judiciary, juridiczation and judicial activism. Special Topics: consumer; Judicialization of private health; Bioethics and bio-law: the new right of life; virtual rights; nanotechnology and the (re) view of the theory of legal fact. Guardianship of the "new" rights.
9 - Public Policies for children and adolescents, youth and the elderly
Summary: Public policies of care, protection and justice in the Right of the Child and Adolescents in the framework of the Comprehensive Protection Paradigm, especially involving themes: Child labor, Guardianship Council, Rights Council, protection Socioassistencial and Fundamental Law the child and adolescent. Youth in the social context of the 21st century. Social protection for the elderly in social security.
10 - Law, Public Policies and Economic Society
Summary: Public policies for inclusion and development. State, society and legal platforms for socioeconomic inclusion. Economic Society and its transformations. Cooperativism and solidarity economy. Interdisciplinary approaches in analysis of socioeconomic policies and regulations. Constitution and economic-financial management.
REGISTRATION COSTS FOR THE EVENT:
a) R $ 80.00: submission of up to two works;
b) R $ 100.00: submission of up to two works and participation as a listener in
lectures and mini-courses.
a) R $ 40,00 - participation as a listener in lectures and mini-courses.
Learn more at: www.unesc.net/seminariodireitoshumanos Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: 48 3431.4548
We count on your presence,
Organizing Committee of the II International Seminar on Human Rights and Society & IV Conference on Scientific Production in Fundamental Rights and State