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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Researchers
Court Decisions
Publications

The Team

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Manuela Ivone Cunha and Patrícia Jerónimo take part in training session at CEJ

Manuela Ivone Cunha and Patrícia Jerónimo gave a presentation about the project InclusiveCourts as part of a training session organised by the Centre for Judicial Studies (CEJ) on the topic of “Multiculturalism and the Law”. The training session was held online on 12 April 2021.

Fernando Ferreira Alves and Patrícia Jerónimo take part in the seminar Humanity/Humanities on the Move

InclusiveCourts’ researchers Fernando Ferreira Alves and Patrícia Jerónimo took part in the seminar Humanity/Humanities on the Move, organised by the Humanistic Studies on Migrations & Marginalization (EHum2M) research group of the Centre for Humanistic Studies of the University of Minho (CEHUM). The seminar was held online on 8 and9 April 2021.

Andreia Sofia Pinto Oliveira and Benedita Mac Crorie take part in online workshop on rights and courts in the COVID-19 Pandemic

InclusiveCourts’ researchers Andreia Sofia Pinto Oliveira and Benedita Mac Crorie gave a presentation entitled “Voting during emergency: a challenge to the Portuguese Constitutional System”, as part of the workshop Rights and Courts in the COVID-19 Pandemic: A comparative perspective from Spain and Portugal.

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