InclusiveCourts religion ethnicity culture
An inventory and critical assessment of the multicultural jurisprudence of Portuguese courts from 1976 onwards.
Patr√≠cia Jer√≥nimo was invited by the Justice and Home Affairs Committee of the UK House of Lords to submit written evidence on the Life in the UK test which is required from all prospective British citizens.
InclusiveCourts‚Äô researchers take part in international conference Humanity/Humanities on the Move
Andreia Sofia Pinto Oliveira, Fernando Ferreira Alves and Maria Jos√© Casa-Nova took part in the international conference Humanity/Humanities on the Move, which was held at the Diogo de Sousa Archeologic Museum and at the Gualtar Campus of the University of Minho, in Braga, between 27 and 29 April 2022.
Patr√≠cia Jer√≥nimo, who is currently Jean Monnet Fellow at the European University Institute in Florence, presented the project InclusiveCourts as part of the Robert Schuman Centre research seminar on Democracy, Law and Politics.