Program

Opening Session

15th July 2019 - 10.00 a.m. | Auditorium 201

Magnificent Rector of Universidade Portucalense

Professor Alfredo Rodrigues Marques, Ph.D.

Director of the Department of Law of Universidade Portucalense

Professor Manuela Magalhães, Ph.D.

Director of the 5th International Congress "Dimensions of Human Rights”

Professor Mª Esther Martínez Quinteiro, Ph.D.

Coordinator of the 5th International Congress "Dimensions of Human Rights”

Professor Ana Cláudia Carvalho Campina, Ph.D.

Keynote Address

“The 100th anniversary of the International Labour Organization”

15th July 2019 - 10.30 a.m. | Auditorium 201

Professor Mª Esther Martínez Quinteiro, Ph.D.

Full Professor at Universidade Portucalense, Porto, Portugal
Retired from Universidad de Salamanca, Salamanca, Spain

15th July 2019 - 11.30 a.m. – 1.00 p.m.

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Moderator: Manuela Magalhães
“Gender, class and ethnic relations in Brazilian domestic work”
Flávio Romero Guimarães
“Why is Education in Human Rights needed in the 21st century?”
Alícia Muñoz Ramirez
“The (new) ILO Convention on Violence and Harassment in the World of Work (June, 2019): from speech to practice for Human Rights of Workers”
Ana Campina
“The ILO Conventions in the context of the League of Nations”
Maria de la Paz Pando Ballesteros
Moderator: Sónia de Carvalho
Right to culture and preservation of the memory of sexual and gender dissidence: a look at Spanish archives, libraries and museums
José Antonio Frías
“Hospitality, hostility and access to decent work: Representations and absences in European cinema (2009-2018)”
Jorge Diego Sánchez
“The EU before the social integration of immigrants and intercultural citizenship”
Pedro Garrido Rodríguez
“The ‘painful’ interface between the implementation of the maxim of the Right to self-determination of peoples and economic growth”
Werner Grau Neto

15th July 2019 - 2.30 p.m. – 4.00 p.m.

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Moderator: Ana campina
“The workers’ right to not work in the Portuguese Constitution
Rui Manuel Ataíde de Araújo
“Eradication of poverty and job creation: the impact of economic crises on social policies”
Sergio Vitor Tamer
“The social justice of the financial system: differences in treatment in the granting of credit and guarantees”
Maria Emília Pereira Teixeira
“Working time in national Law in the light of ILO Convention No 1”
Tiago Fernandes
Moderator: Flávio Guimarães
“The right to education and the remission of sentence by reading in the light of Human Rights: the case of Brazil”
Ana Luiza Almeida Ferro
“Vulnerability and human dignity: an unfinished debate”
Ana Paula Guimarães
“Human Rights, Latin America and a proposal of international tax Law”
Ana Rita Nascimento Cabral
“Human Right to Work and cooperatives in the rural environment”
Racquel Valerio Martins

15th July 2019 - 4.30 p.m. – 6.00 p.m.

Room 201

Moderator: Ana Paula Guimarães
“The International Labour Organization and the fight against the worst forms of child labour: from clear objectives to the uncomfortable reality”
Fernanda Maria Neves Rebelo
“ILO Recommendation No. 200 and the principles of Yogyakarta”
Fernando Frederico de Almeida Júnior
“Refugees and access to second generation human rights in the light>of international conventions”
Francisca Bezerra de Souza

16th July 2019 - 9.30 a.m. – 11.00 a.m.

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Moderator: Esther Martínez Quinteiro
“The comparative performance of European States in the area of economic and social rights”
André Pereira Matos
“Decent Work for Digital Platforms”
Augusto César Leyte de Carvalho
“The links between the right to information and the right to culture”
Carlos Alberto Ávila Araújo
“Social rights of the elderly or Human Rights of women in Aging”
Carmela Dell’ Ísola

16th July 2019 - 11.30 a.m. – 1.00 p.m.

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Moderator: Maria Emília Teixeira
“An analysis of the legal regime of the work contract of the sports practitioner from a human rights perspective”
João Paulo Bichão
“Urban development policies in the context of the ILO Conventions”
Kleidson Nascimento dos Santos
“Penal selectivity, the imprisonment of women, and the effects produced by the Bangkok Rules in Brazil”
Maria Adriana da Silva Torres
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Moderator: Fernanda Rebelo
“Work through digital platforms and ILO initiatives to promote decent work”
Ana Lambelho
“Human rights and society: a reflection on the new social classes in Brazil”
Dinalva Maria Alencar Feitosa; Hudson  Stanrley Teles de Sousa
“Universality of the Convention on the Rights of the Child: being a child with rights: translation and adaptation of the questionnaire “Being a child with rights” to the Spanish context”
Olívia de Carvalho; Belkis Oliveira; Daniela Castilhos; Daniela Nascimento; Sandra Fernandes; Sérgio Tomás
“The right to fair pay in the EuropeanUnion”
Mário Simões Barata

16th July 2019 - 2.30 p.m. – 4.00 p.m.

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Moderator: Tiago Fernandes
“ILO 169 and the implementation of infrastructure projects”
Alexandre Oheb Sion
“Jurisprudence of the ECHR in the recognition>and establishment of the right to health”
Fátima Castro Moreira
“The ILO Convention 98 and the Brazilian labour reform: The controversy concerning collective bargaining”
Maria da Glória Aquino
“Access to mental health and emotional well-being as a social right in the Spanish and European context”
Miguel David Guevara Espinar
Moderator: Sérgio Victor Tamer
“Breaches of the human right to education in human rights and against gender violence and the compensatory contribution of the Brazilian National Council of Justice”
Anelyse Santos Freitas
“ILO – will the protection of the most disadvantaged be an eternally delayed project?”
Carlos Augusto Rodrigues
“Mobility of workers in a European context:The Schengen area and other mechanisms”
Dora Resende Alves; Isabela Botelho de Mello

17th July 2019 - 9.30 a.m. – 11.00 a.m.

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Moderator: Fátima Castro Moreira
“The right to health and gender violence”
Laís Locatelli
“Legal obstacles caused by Brazilian legal initiatives that ignore international labour protection laws”
Larissa María de Queiroz
“Human Right to health and performances with consensual injuries, produced by third parties”
Leticia Izquierdo Diaz
“Rights and Principles: the contribution of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union to social policy – is the right to paid leave a general principle of EU enforceable against a private employer?”
Fátima Pacheco

17th July 2019 - 11.15 a.m. – 1.00 p.m.

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Moderator: Dora Resende Alves
“The Human Right to Health and the importance of the Right of Visitation in prison”
Paloma Gurgel de Oliveira Cerqueira
“Corporate compliance and social precepts: Human rights perspectives in the Company”
Pedro Durão
“To comply with or to fail to comply with the ILO Conventions. That is the question.”
Sónia de Carvalho
“The guarantee of second-generation human rights: the Cuban experience”
Sulema Rodríguez Roche

Closing Session

17th July 2019 - 12.45 a.m. – 1.00 p.m. | Auditorium 201

Director of the Department of Law of Universidade Portucalense

Professor Manuela Magalhães, Ph.D.

Director of the 5th International Congress "Dimensions of Human Rights”

Professor Mª Esther Martínez Quinteiro, Ph.D.

Coordinator of the 5th International Congress "Dimensions of Human Rights”

Professor Ana Cláudia Carvalho Campina, Ph.D.

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