24 September

9:00 Soraya Nour Sckell, NOVA Law School, NOVA University of Lisbon


9:10 Jeovet Baca Virginia, Centre of Philosophy, University of Lisbon

Identities and the Policy of Resentment

9:40 Domingos Faria, Centre of Philosophy, University of Lisbon

A virtue-evidentialist proposal to overcome group polarization

10:10 Tatiana Morais, NOVA Law School,  NOVA University of Lisbon

10:40 Coffee-Break

11:00 Forum Indígena Lisboa

11:30 Plataforma das Mulheres

12:00 SOS Racismo

12:30 Amnistia Internacional

13:00 Lunch 

14:00 Nguyễn Bình An, Law Faculty, Binhduong University, Vietnam

The Current Vietnamese Women Right to Political Participation Approaching in Terms of Human Rights

14:30 Tamara Caraus, Centre of Philosophy, University of Lisbon 

Suspended law and deactivated identity: A perspective on contemporary philosophy readings of Saint Paul’ universalism

15:00 Paulo Jesus, Centre of Philosophy, University of Lisbon 

15:30 Hans De Mey, KU Leuven Institute of Philosophy, Belgium

US vs. THEM, when group identity becomes a source of antagonism and conflict: the case of oppressed minority groups.

16:00 Coffee-Break

16:20 Vasco Malta, ACM - Alto Comissariado para as Migrações, I.P., (Diretor do Departamento de Política

Migrantes & refugiados – Mecanismos em Portugal para a sua integração e instrumentos no combate à Discriminação racial

17:20 Anabela Paula Brízido, NOVA Law School, NOVA University of Lisboa

Humantitude, Methodology Gineste Marescotti (MGM) and the care of the elderly: The holistic approach of Human Rights and the complexity of a Human Being when it comes to personalizing the care of the elderly; do both combines?

17:50 Diana Soeiro, Faculty of Architecture, University of Lisbon 

On Boundaries and Identity. From Nation to Self

25 September

9:00 Amanda Salles da Silva, NOVA Law School, NOVA University of Lisbon

Júlia Araújo, NOVA Law School,  New University of Lisbon

Social Entrepreneurship: A Tool for the Emancipation of the Excluded

9:30 Elizabeth Inácio Calombe, Autonomous University of Lisbon

Affective-Linking Influence on Social Adaptation

10:00 João da Motta Guedes, NOVA Law School, NOVA University of Lisbon

A não Auto-evidência dos Direitos Humanos e a construção cultural da cidadania Universal enquanto chave para a efetivação dos Direitos Humanos

10:30 Túlio V. Dias Santos, NOVA Law School, NOVA University of Lisbon

Immigration by the sea: the principle of non-refoulement and access to the port: a look at the hospitality of Jacques Derrida

11:00 Coffeee-Break

11:20 Sara Fernandes, Centre of Philosophy University of Lisbon

Virginia Woolf: Literature and Personal Identity 

11:50 Daniel Fernandes Gomes, NOVA Law School, New University of Lisbon

The protection of the right to equality of Roma people in Portugal: from the law in the books to the law in action

12:20 Emanuel Alcides Romão Pinto, Faculty of Law of the University of Lisbon

Culturally motivated crimes. The problem of criminal (in) responsibility for the practice of clitoral excision

12:50 Conclusion

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This conference is financed by public funds through the FCT – Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia, I.P. (Foundation for Science and Technology, Public Institution, Portugal) within the project Cosmopolitanism: Justice, Democracy and Citizenship without Borders  - PTDC/FER-FIL/30686/2017

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