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Title: The new paths of fundamental rights in the XXI century: globalization and knowledge in a digital age: a proposal
Authors: Alves, Dora Resende
Pacheco, Fátima Monteiro
Keywords: Fundamental rights
Portuguese constitutional system
European Union
Issue Date: Mar-2019
Publisher: IGI Global
Citation: Alves, D. R., & Pacheco, F. M. (2019). The new paths of fundamental rights in the XXI century: Globalization and knowledge in a digital age: A proposal. In A. Melro (ed.), Constitutional knowledge and its impact on citizenship exercise in a networked society (pp. 1-26). IGI Global. Disponível no Repositório UPT,
Abstract: The protection of fundamental rights is one of the essential elements of European identity. Thus, knowledge of the law is crucial for the realization and guarantee of fundamental rights: knowing the law must be the first of the fundamental rights that assist us. Despite the abundance of declarative texts, the lack of identification and visibility and the lack of knowledge about the gracious and contentious ways, continue to be barriers to the full affirmation of those rights. The authors present a review on the legal structure of this novel space in which we move: a common space without borders, a space of democracy, an area of freedom, security and multiculturality. Elencare which rights to citizens and how to access them intends to give shape to a future portal of enlightenment. The approach will be tripartised by the portuguese constitutional system, the European Convention on Human Rights and the European Union.
ISBN: 9781522583509
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