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­2016 UNOESC INTERNATIONAL LEGAL SEMINAR
Human Dignity and Human Rights violations  

 

September, 26-30, UNOESC, Brazil

 

 

HUMAN RIGHTS INTERNATIONAL NETWORK ASSOCIATION

Universidade do Oeste de Santa Catarina, Universidad Autónoma de Chihuahua, Università di Roma - La Sapienza, Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University - UKSW (Poland), Charles University (Czech Republic), Universidad de Burgos (Spain), Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (Spain), Universida, Talca Universidad (Chile) and Rede Brasileira de Direitos Fundamentais (PUC/RS, UNIBRASIL, UNISC, FDV, UNIFOR)

 

 

The HUMAN RIGHTS INTERNATIONAL NETWORK ASSOCIATION is an idea that was born from a dream: Join Universities and Scholars around the World with strong researches about human rights and human dignity to develop international cooperation in order to find  solutions for serious human rights violations.

 

In this year of 2016 we are taking the first step to make this dream come true. On September 26-30, the Universidade do Oeste de Santa Catarina (Brazil) will host in Brazil, Scholars from international and Brazilian Universities to create the HUMAN RIGHTS INTERNATIONAL NETWORK ASSOCIATION and debate solutions for serious human rights violations.

You can also be a part of this history. Come and join us. Bring your ideas, your research, and present it through a paper. Together we will debate and find solutions!  

 

We are exciting for hosting Professors and Students from International and Brazilian Universities. To participate just make your registration here and follow the instructions.

 

CALL OF PAPERS

 

The HUMAN RIGHTS INTERNATIONAL NETWORK ASSOCIATION is glad to announce its call of papers for its forthcoming ­2016 UNOESC INTERNATIONAL LEGAL SEMINAR - Human Dignity and Human Rights violations.

Please note:

 

Papers, only in English, for the 2016 meeting can be received until August 15th, and the result of evaluation process will be publish at August 31th.

 

Papers must be original and unpublished. However, versions of papers originally released in other languages (portuguese, spanish, italian, czech, polish, etc) will be accepted.

 

Other formal aspects and criteria for publication are found under Author Guidelines.

 

THEMES FOR DISCUSSION - WORKSHOPS

WORKING GROUP 01 - CIVIL AND POLITICAL HUMAN RIGHTS

  1. Arbitrary arrests and detention.
  2. Violations of the right to self-determination
  3. Restrictions on movement.
  4. Enforced disappearance.
  5. Excessive use of force by police forces.
  6. Forced and large-scale population displacement.
  7. Rape and other sexual violence.
  8. Torture and other cruel, inhuman, or degrading treatment.
  9. Violations of the right to life, including murder and massacres, and extrajudicial and summary executions.
  10. Excessive use of force by police or other security forces, for example against demonstrators.
  11. Violations of the right to freedom of expression and freedom of association. 
  12. Discrimination.
  13. Gender-based violence.
  14. Sexual and other forms of violence against children.
  15. Violations of the right to property, for example the destruction of houses and infrastructure.
  16. Forced evictions. 

 

WORKING GROUP 02 - VIOLATIONS IN CONTEXT OF WAR

  1. Deliberate targeting of civilians and civilian
  2. Use of civilians as ‘human shields’ in situations of armed conflict.
  3. Objects in situations of armed conflict.
  4. Indiscriminate attacks in situations of armed conflict.
  5. Recruitment of children into armed forces or groups.
  6. Attacks on hospitals and health facilities and, more generally, failure to respect the right to health.
  7. Pillage in situations of armed conflict.
  8. Attacks on schools and education facilities and, more generally, failure to respect the right to education (including prolonged closure of schools).
  9. Blockades: to stop people or supplies from entering or leaving (a port or country) especially during a war

 

WORKING GROUP 03 - SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC HUMAN RIGHTS

  1. Failure by states to address poverty and inadequate living standards.
  2. Slave and forced labour.
  3. Failure by states to inquire into alleged violations of human rights.
  4. Failure by states to provide conditions of detention that meet international norms.
  5. Obstruction of access to humanitarian aid.
  6. With regard to the right to housing, competent human rights bodies have found that destruction of property, large-scale demolition of houses and infrastructure.

Author Guidelines

1 SUBMISSION

1.1 Deadline

Every work/paper (article) must be applied from the June, 20th till the deadline of August, 15th

2016, by the OJS-System, by the proper link to the Seminar which figures at the website

http://www.unoesc.edu.br/cursos/evento-single/spring-UNOESC......

 

1.2 Results

The results will be published on 15th of September 2016. The list of selected work/paper will be

available on UNOESC site and it will be also sent by e-mail notification with the outcome for

authors.

 

1.3 Exceptional remote presentation

The authors of selected papers who are unable to attend in person at the Seminar on the date of

presentation, in the afternoon, may apply, in advance, to the email address:

assessoria.ppgd@unoesc.edu.br a request for remote presentation (via Skype), informing their difficulty adding a short explanation.

 

2 PAPERS/WORKS ADMISSION CRITERIA

2.1 General rule

- It will be admitted to analysis in this selection process the works that fit the requirements

described herein.

2.2 Limitation of papers

- Each author may submit up to two (02) works/papers applying them to different Working Groups

(WG);

- Will be summarily disqualified without content analysis:

o Papers/works that do not fit the requirements described in this notice;

o Two or more papers/works from the same author(s), even when they’re different from

each other (in title and in content), when applied to the same WG;

o Two or more papers/works (same title or same content) even if applied to different

WT's.

2.3 Registration

- It will only be assessed the works of authors who are registered for the event;

 

3 ASSESSMENT METHOD FOR PAPERS/WORKS:

3.1. Double Blind Peer Review

- The double-blind is the method that does not disclose the name of the authors, not evaluators.

 

- Each paper/work will be evaluated by at least an appraiser, doctor and expert in the subject of

the article.

- This method ensures equality between the participants and the reliability evaluation of the

quality of the selected works.

3.2 Assessment and evaluation criteria for approval

- Up to 3.5 scores for analytical density and theoretical basis quality (even empirical one - when

applicable);

- Up to 3.5 scores for relevance of the findings and contributions to the research on fundamental

rights;

- Up to 1.0 scores for the use of technical language and adoption of clear arguments;

- Up to 1.0 scores for the structure of the article (the ABNT standards adopted by this

announcement) and issue adherence to the selected working group.

- The maximum score given to each paper/work is ten (10).

- The minimum score for selecting a paper/work is seven (7).

3.3 Selected Papers/Works

- It will be admitted to presentation up to ten (10) papers/works in each working group (WG).

- It still will be admitted the paper/work which obtain the same score as the last placed one did.

- If there is a significant number of deserving approval papers/works for presentation, the

Seminar organizers may, at their own discretion, create new WG to attend those presentations,

observing the same three different issues/themes.

 

4. WORK/PAPER FORMAL PARAMETERS

- Will be accepted papers and works in the following idioms: Portuguese, English, Spanish,

French and Italian.

- All papers/works submitted for assessment must fulfill the following formal aspects:

4.1 Country Ineditism

- The paper shall be inedit, at least, to Brazilian publishing.

4.2 Title

- It shall contain a title in, at least, two languages: L1: English; L2: Spanish, French or Italian.

- The title should be written centered, in capital-high letters and without bold.

- Source: Times New Roman; Body: 12.

- No abbreviations or acronyms admitted.

4.3 Restriction to identification

- The work shall not show the name of authors, their biographical notes nor any

acknowledgements.

- Neither in the text nor in the body, footnotes

- This restriction to identification also applies to footnotes and inside text references, such when

the author writes "as I have already published at" and relates another of his works in references

or that, when referring to research or method of this, and he informs the context performing in particular institution which participates, that means situations which make possible to identify

him;

- The identification of authorship will be held for the registration of authors directly in the

electronic Open Journal System (OJS). Thus it is necessary to fulfill out all fields of the

electronic form for transmission and to be especially careful with the fields: e-mail and phone

numbers.

 

4.4 Abstract

- The paper shall contain abstract in English and a version to a foreign language (Spanish,

French or Italian), with at least 150 and no more than 250 words.

- Avoid the use of abbreviations.

- In the abstract, use the source: Arial; Body: 10; Spacing: simple.

 

4.5 Keywords

- It shall contain at least three (3) keywords in English and in a foreign language, separated by a

semicolon.

 

4.6 Formal Parts

- The general structure shall have:

o Title

o Foreign title

o Abstract

o keywords

o Foreign abstrac

o Foreign key words

 

o 1 Introduction

 Subdivisions may be held in this item

o 2 Development

 Subdivisions may be held in this item

o 3 Conclusion

 Subdivisions may be held in this item

o References

 

4.7 Extension

- The paper shall have at least 15 and at most 20 pages (numbered on the bottom right).

o Template: Word for windows

o Sheet size: A4;

o Position: upright;

o Source: Arial or times new roman;

o Body: 12;

o Alignment: justified;

o Syllables: no separation;

o Spacing : 1.5;

o Paragraph: 1.5 cm;

o Margin: top and left = 3 cm;

o Bottom and right = 2 cm.

 

4.8 Quotation

- The quotation shall observe the pattern author-data.

- See ABNT rules NBR 10520.

4.9 References

The direct and/or indirect quotations shall be made in the text itself, ex vi:

- In the text: “According to Rui Barbosa (1920, p. 43)…”

or

- After the quotation: (BARBOSA, 1920, p. 43).

4.10 No supplements

- There should be no supplemental files such as attachments, photos, etc.

4.11 Review

- Before submitting the paper be sure of doing a careful revision.

- The information in the papers will be used for the preparation and presentation of certificate

statement. The contents are of proper and exclusive responsibility of their authors.

 

5. PUBLISHING THE PAPERS/WORKS

5.1 General publishing

- All selected and presented papers will be published in event annals;

5.2 Special publishing

- The best papers/works will be directed to be published on the e-book format;

5.3 Adjustments Condition

- The publication of the work depends, besides the results of evaluation, also the presentation

and acceptation by the authors of eventual adjustments or recommended adjustments to the

text by the Organizing Committee, in cases which this occurs.

 

6 COPYRIGHTS

6.1 Cession of rights

- By submitting your article, the author states adhere to this notice, giving, free of charge, the free

copyright for the purpose of editing and publishing, whether in print or digital platforms, just and

renouncing signature of formal requirements or any other documents for this specific purpose.

6.2 Rule of Law

- The assignment operated by joining this announcement is made under the law of Brazil, and it

has no exclusivity clause, so that the authors retain the right to use and share their own articles,

papers or works, even though they come to be published by the Unoesc Publisher, called

EdUnoesc.

 

7. WORKS/PAPERS PRESENTATION AT WG

7.1 Information

- The authors of selected works/papers will be notified via email.

7.2 Mandatory condition

- The presentation of the work is a necessary condition for publishing perspectives.

7.3 Two authors paper presentation

- In the event of a paper with two authors, it is acceptable that at least one author present the

content of the research.

7.4 Presentation Legitimacy

- Only authors are allowed to present the papers.

7.5 Registration requirement

- To present their work at the event, the authors shall be registered for the event.

7.6 List of presence

- For the presentation at the WG, it is mandatory to sign the presence list, in legible words and

letters, after the presentation of the paper/work. It is a condition for the issuance of participation

and invitation published statement.

7.7 Presentation Last Extension

- Presentations of approved work will last up to 10 minutes.

7.8 Debates

- Debates shall be managed according to the guidelines of the Chairperson of the WG.

7.9 Certificates

- Authors are expected not leave the WG till the last presentation, in order to participate

effectively on the debate

7.10 Sooner Submission

- Try to make your submission as soon as you can. Don’t let it to the last hours, in order to avoid

overloading the electronic submission system.

7.11 Submission Failure

- UNOESC Seminar Organisers Board is not liable for any technology failure due to high volume

of accesses or hits.

7.12 Technical devices

- It will not be provided any audiovisual resources like: data projectors, televisions, voice

recorders etc for the work presentations.

 

8. WORKING GROUPS

 

WORKING GROUP 01 - CIVIL AND POLITICAL HUMAN RIGHTS

  1. Arbitrary arrests and detention.
  2. Violations of the right to self-determination
  3. Restrictions on movement.
  4. Enforced disappearance.
  5. Excessive use of force by police forces.
  6. Forced and large-scale population displacement.
  7. Rape and other sexual violence.
  8. Torture and other cruel, inhuman, or degrading treatment.
  9. Violations of the right to life, including murder and massacres, and extrajudicial and summary executions.
  10. Excessive use of force by police or other security forces, for example against demonstrators.
  11. Violations of the right to freedom of expression and freedom of association. 
  12. Discrimination.
  13. Gender-based violence.
  14. Sexual and other forms of violence against children.
  15. Violations of the right to property, for example the destruction of houses and infrastructure.
  16. Forced evictions. 

 

WORKING GROUP 02 - VIOLATIONS IN CONTEXT OF WAR

  1. Deliberate targeting of civilians and civilian
  2. Use of civilians as ‘human shields’ in situations of armed conflict.
  3. Objects in situations of armed conflict.
  4. Indiscriminate attacks in situations of armed conflict.
  5. Recruitment of children into armed forces or groups.
  6. Attacks on hospitals and health facilities and, more generally, failure to respect the right to health.
  7. Pillage in situations of armed conflict.
  8. Attacks on schools and education facilities and, more generally, failure to respect the right to education (including prolonged closure of schools).
  9. Blockades: to stop people or supplies from entering or leaving (a port or country) especially during a war

 

WORKING GROUP 03 - SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC HUMAN RIGHTS

  1. Failure by states to address poverty and inadequate living standards.
  2. Slave and forced labour.
  3. Failure by states to inquire into alleged violations of human rights.
  4. Failure by states to provide conditions of detention that meet international norms.
  5. Obstruction of access to humanitarian aid.
  6. With regard to the right to housing, competent human rights bodies have found that destruction of property, large-scale demolition of houses and infrastructure.

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