The Project

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An inventory and critical assessment of the use of cultural categories and arguments in the case law of Portuguese courts since 1976.

PROJECT OBJECTIVES

BETTER UNDERSTANDING

THE MULTICULTURAL JURISPRUDENCE OF PORTUGUESE COURTS

TO EXAMINE

THE PRACTICE OF NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL COURTS

INVENTORY AND ASSESS

CRITICALLY THE JURISPRUDENCE OF THE PORTUGUESE COURTS ON CULTURAL DIVERSITY

Case Law

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Court Decisions
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The Team

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Latest News

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Miriam Rocha takes part in debate commemorating International Day of Persons with Disabilities 2020

InclusiveCourts’ researcher Miriam Rocha was a guest speaker in the debate organized by the University of Minho and the University of Aveiro, on the 3rd of December, to mark the International Day of Persons with Disabilities 2020. The debate, which took place online, aimed to bring together ideas and proposals for strengthening some of the key tenets of the National Strategy for the Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities (currently under public consultation), including citizenship, education and employment.

Patrícia Jerónimo discusses international migration, populism and social integration in Portugal and in Europe

Patrícia Jerónimo and Emellin de Oliveira, from Nova University of Lisbon, were guest debaters at a debate session on refugees, organized by the Law Students’ Association of the University of Minho (AEDUM) as part of the debate series “Falar Direito”. The debate took place on October 30th, 2020, between 9 and 10.30 pm, and was broadcast online on AEDUM’s Facebook page.

Miriam Rocha defends her Doctoral thesis

Miriam Rocha defended her doctoral thesis at the Law School of the University of Minho, on 29 October 2020. The thesis, entitled Intersecções entre Igualdade e Género: Novos Desafios ao Direito [Intersections between Equality and Gender: New Challenges to Law], was approved with the mention of Very Good.

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