THE PROJECT

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

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

Researchers
Court Decisions
Publications

The Team

Seminar Courts, Citizenship, Human Rights

Manuela Ivone Cunha organised a seminar on Courts, Citizenship and Human Rights, for which she invited Conceição Gomes, from the Portuguese Justice Observatory, and Madalena Duarte, from the Centre for Social Studies (CES) of the University of Coimbra. The programme also included presentations by InclusiveCourts’ researchers Andreia Rodrigues and Patrícia Jerónimo.

X International Conference on Law in the Lusophone World

Several researchers associated with the project InclusiveCourts intervened as speakers in the X International Conference on Law in the Lusophone World, which was held at the Law School of the University of Minho from 6 to 10 May 2024.

Portuguese as International Language and Migration

Patrícia Jerónimo was a guest speaker in a panel entitled “Contact, migration and refuge”, part of the programme of the IV Conference of Studies in Portuguese as International Language, which was held online on 6 and 7 May 2024. The panel was chaired by one of the conference organisers, Martina Delfino, of the University of Liverpool, and included speakers Marcus Vinícius da Silva, of the Federal University of Roraima (Brazil), and Paulo Feytor Pinto, of the University of Coimbra (Portugal).