Evento: I Encontro Internacional de Mestrandos Voltar

mai 12 09:00
mai 13 09:00
I Encontro Internacional de Mestrandos
INSCRIÇÃO

I Encontro Internacional de Mestrandos – Unichristus e Universidade de Deusto

Objetivo geral:
Debater sobre os aspectos atuais e relevantes sobre Direito, Processo e Tecnologia entre Brasil e Espanha.
Objetivos específicos:

    Integração entre as IES; e realização de estudo de direito comparado (Brasil x Espanha) nas seguintes temáticas: 1) Sistemas de Justiça – Brasil x Espanha e grupos minoritários; 2) Direitos Humanos e Encarceramento; 3) Direitos Humanos e Novas Tecnologias; 4) Igualdade e Justiça de Gênero.

Metodologia:
Seminário expositivo (apresentação e discussão).
Público alvo:
Alunos e Professores dos programas de Mestrado em Direito - Unichristus e LLM in International Legal StudiesUniversidad de Deusto (Espanha); além de outras IES brasileiras e estrangeiras.
Carga horária total: 10h/a de seminário 
Local: ZOOM (On Line)

 

DATA/HORA
  • Qua 12/05/2021 09:00
  • Qui 13/05/2021 09:00
PROGRAMAÇÃO
Dias de semana: 12 e 13 de maio (quarta e quinta-feira)
Horário: 09:00 às 13:00hs

PROGRAMAÇÃO DO EVENTO:
 
PROGRAMME - 12/05/2021 - NEW TECHNOLOGIES / HUMAN RIGHTS
 
09:00hs/09:20hs – Opening Session - Prof. Dr. Juraci Mourão - Coordinator and Professor of Master’s degree in Law at Unichristus and Prof. Dr. Gema Tomás - Dean Professor of Deusto Law School.
 
09:20/10:20hs – PANEL 1 – NEW TECHNOLOGIES
 
Diana Gil (Deusto): Software protection by Intellectual Property Rights and Blockchain technology.
 
Irene Pelegrín (Deusto): The Rule of Technology: ADM as Constitutive of Human Behaviour.
 
Professor Dr. Maria Lopez Belloso (Deusto)
Professor Dr. Renata Albuquerque (Unichristus)
 
10:20/11:20hs – PANEL 2 - NEW TECHNOLOGIES
Marina Nogueira (Unichristus): The Impacts of the New Technological Age on Human Rights, especially the Labor Market and the Economy.
Carla Vizcarro (Deusto): What are the main contributions/impacts New Technologies can bring to the legal profession? And what can and should do the legal profession regarding New Technologies?
 
Professor Dr. Renata Albuquerque (Unichristus)
Professor Dr. Maria Lopez Belloso (Deusto)
 
Coffe Break
 
11:30/12:30hs – PANEL 3 - NEW TECHNOLOGIES
 
Stéfani Clara (Unichristus) - Remote Education from the Humans Right’s View to Universal Access to  the Internet in the Context of the Pandemic of Covid-19.

Antônio Célio (Unichristus) - Privacy and Covid-19: Protection of the Human Person’s Eletronic Body, by Stefano Rodotá.
  
Professor Dr. Emilio José Armaza (Deusto)
Professor Dr. Alexander Perazo (Unichristus)
 
 
12:30/13:30hs – PANEL 4  - HUMAN RIGHTS
Antônia Georgélia (Unichristus) -  Neoliberalism and Human Life transformed into Human Capital.
 
Rômulo Luiz (Unichristus) - New Technologies and Fundamental Right to Health: the (Dis)judicialization of Health in State of Ceará.
  
Professor Dr. Maria Lopez  Belloso (Deusto)
Professor Dra. Alexandre Bruno (Unichristus)
 
13:30hs – Wrap up - Professor Dr. Felipe Gómes Isa and Professor Dr.  Juraci Mourão
  
 PROGRAMME - 13/05/2021 - HUMAN RIGHTS
 
09:00hs/10:00hs – PANEL 5 – HUMAN RIGHTS
Laís Bierman (Unichristus) - Penitentiary Reflections of a Conceptual Misunderstanding.

Ingrid Sindeaux (Unichristus) - Overcrowding in the Brazilian Prison System and the Fight against Covid-19.
 
Professor Dr. Carlos Marden (Unichristus)
Professor Dr. Emilio José Armaza (Deusto)
  
10:00/11:00hs – PANEL 6 –  HUMAN RIGHTS
Anna Elizabeth Cosmo (Deusto): Protection of indigenous peoples’ rights during a global pandemic: impacts of Covid-19 on indigenous communities in Brazil.
 
Federica Lombard (Deusto): The International Criminal Court: a new fórum for the protection of indigenous peoples’ rights in Brazil?
 
Professor Dr. Felipe Gómez Isa (Deusto)
Professor Dr. Denise Andrade (Unichristus)
COFFE BREAK
 
11:15/12:15hs – PANEL 7 – HUMAN RIGHTS
 
Merel Cosijn (Deusto): Early- school-leaving as a result of early motherhood. Theory ve. Practice: should Peru do more according to the legal documents?

Lara Castelo Branco (Unichristus): The Yogyakarta Principle n. 09, as a Guideline for the Serving Time in Brazilian Prison: the (non-existent) place for Transexual and Transvestite Inmates with Female Gender Identity.
 
Professor Dr. Emilio José Armaza (Deusto)
Professor Dr. Denise Andrade (Unichristus)
 
12:15/13:15hs – PANEL 8 – HUMAN RIGHTS
Carmen Pina Valero (Deusto): A Reflection on the UNGP’s: The power of Soft Law as regards indigenous peoples.

Yordi Ugaz (Deusto): Protection of indigenous Venezuelan refugess arriving to Brazil as a result of the humanitarian crisis.
Professor Dr. Felipe Gómez Isa (Deusto)
Professor Dr. Jânio Cunha (Unichristus)

13:15/13:30hs – Closin Session
Professor Dr. Felipe Gómes Isa - Deusto
Professor Dr. Juraci Mourão - Unichristus
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