Globalization, Social Justice and Human Rights        

 




Programa


LEITURAS

 27 Set: Apresentação e organização do curso

 A.P. Dores, “Medo e vergonha: emoções comunitárias e emoções sociais” em Revista Angolana de Sociologia Nº 7 – Junho de 2011:43-54.

Andrew Moravcsik, 2000. “The Origins of Human Rights Regimes”, International Organization, 54, 2: 217-252

 

4 Out: Justiça Social

 Pierre Guibentif, “A Perpétua Vontade de Justiça” in AA. VV., Fraternidade – Justiça, bem comum, economia e felicidade, Lisboa, Padrões Culturais Editora (col. “Ensaios CAIS – Tempo Social núm. 20), 2011, pp. 43-55

Michael Novak, “Defining Social Justice

Pierre Guibentif “Direitos sociais” in: André-Jean ARNAUD, Eliane Botelho JUNQUEIRA (orgs), Dicionário da Globalização. Direito, Ciência Política, Rio de Janeiro, Editora Lumen Juris, 2006.

  

11 Out: Direitos Humanos

Amartya Sen, 2004. Elements of a Theory of Human Rights” Philosophy and Public Affairs Fall 32 (4). 42 pgs. 

A.P. Dores e outros Direitos Humanos e Prevenção da Tortura” in VI Congresso Português de Sociologia, 2008,

 

18 Out: Globalização 

Manfred B. Steger, Chapter One, “Globalization: a contested concept

Walden Bello, 2017, It’s Not Only Necessary to Develop an Alternative to Globalization — It’s Entirely Possible,  

 

25 Out: História e evolução do estado-nação

Habermas, J., “Tendencies toward Juridification” in The theory of Communaticative Action, Cambridge, Polity Press: 356-373, 1987

"História da nação" Flamengo

"Poder Judicial em Portugal", Nuno Garoupa 09/2017

 

8 Nov: Condições sociais e lutas dos trabalhadores a nível global

Robert I. Lerman and Stephanie R. Schmidt “An Overview of Economic, Social and Democratic Trends Affecting the U.S. Labor Market

European Commission 2009, REGIONS 2020 GLOBALISATION CHALLENGES FOR EUROPEAN REGIONS

Jonna, R. Jamil, Foster, John Bellamy (2016) Marx’s Theory of Working-Class Precariousness Its Relevance Today

 

15 Nov: Direitos humanos, migrações e retaliações

Aaron Benanav, ”Demography and Dispossession”, 2017

Dores, A.P, ”Human Rights through national borders” Sociology Without Borders (4):382-297. http://hdl.handle.net/10071/5913

           

22 Nov: Violências e questões de género emergentes no tempo da globalização  

Rita Maran 2011. Human Rights of Women: A Reference Guide to Official United Nations Documents.

Video: Amnesty International, Take action to end violence against women,  

Harvard School of Public Health, “Globalization: Children and Working Parents Pay Too High a Price

Generation Five, Transformative Justice,

 

29 Nov: Activismo: entre o social-local e o político-global

August H. Nimtz, “Violence and/or Non-Violence in the Success of the Civil Rights Movement: the Malcolm X – Martin Luther King Jr. Nexus”. New Political Science 38:1 (2016), 1-22

Non violence quotes

RobertoMangabeira Unger, website de um intelectual brasileiro a entrar na política

Alberto Acosta, palestra de intelectual-político sobre anti-extrativismo (seguir links: video; Painel III (12))

 

6 Dez: Diferenciação social moderna e desafios políticos: etnias, géneros, hierarquia e níveis; globalização, justiça social e direitos humanos.

Sociology and human progress: Michael Kuhn Overview (Sinopse em português) on How the Social Sciences Think about the World´s Social, 2016

Human Rights at different social levels A.P. Dores (apresentação Prezi)

 


Programa formal


1: Human Rights

1.1. General Introduction

1.2. Human Rights of Women

1.3. Convention on the Human Rights of Children

1.4. International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families

2. Social Justice and militarization

2.1. General Introduction

2.2. Borders, Immigration and Resources

2.3. Poverty and gender issues

2.4. Environment and social justice: North vs South

 3. Globalization and Social Movements

 3.1: Strategies and Policies: Globalization, Human Rights and Social Justice

 3.2: Presenting an advocacy case at home

 


Goals


Students shall:

1.   Develop and exercise the ability to communicate and act respectfully across linguistic, cultural, and experiential differences.

2.    Explore and understand their place and influence in the changing world.

3.   Determine and assess relationships among societies, institutions, and systems in terms of reciprocal – though not necessarily symmetrical – interactions, benefits, and costs.  

4. Develop an appreciation on globalization, social justice, and human rights engaging learning situations that lead to reflection and informed action.


 

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