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Unesc - Universidade do Extremo Sul Catarinense.

Elective Disciplines

Human Rights, New Rights and Litigation
Syllabus: New technologies and the impacts on human rights in the Information Society. Interfaces among new technologies and Human Rights to protect vulnerable groups. Outbreak of litigation, protection of citizenship and legal conflicts involving the themes: Interfaces among new technologies and Human Rights to protect vulnerable groups. Society 5.0, onlife life and the new conflicts and right to health in the post-truth era, fake news and responsibility. Society of tiredness, consumption resignification and the litigation in post-modernity. Consumers` rights, time, vulnerability and litigation. Technological waves, human rights and accountability in the face of new conflicts. Social Media, Fake News and Cancel Culture. Social Media, Seduction Society and self-branding. New technologies, State hypersurveillance and the outbreak of conflicts. Human Rights, Bioethics and bioethical dilemmas in the face of new technologies. Nanotechnologies, regulatory frameworks and litigation. Infosphere as common: a new emancipatory project for humanity.

Critical Criminology and Human Rights in Latin America
Syllabus: Criminological inheritance. Latin American sociopolitical context. The State as a center of institutional violence containment and production. Formation of critical criminology in Latin America as liberation criminology, bases and theoretical foundations. The formation of the centers of theoretical debates. The supposed crisis of criminology. Criminology beyond the crisis and the current moment. Human Rights Criminology. The State as a potential and strategic instance of punitive violence containment.

Human Rights, Equality and Recognition
Syllabus: Race relations in Brazil from the perspective of black racial groups and traditional groups (remaining communities from quilombos). Racism, prejudice and racial discrimination. Identity, recognition and the right to difference. Multiple or intersectional discrimination. Interculturality and human rights. Racism and xenophobia in migratory contexts in contemporary society.

Legal Pluralism and Human Rights
Syllabus: Pluralism: general introduction. Legal Pluralism: nature and historical review. Legal pluralism: past and present. Critical thought about Politics and Law. Legal pluralism and interculturality in Latin America. Decolonial studies and plurality. Plurality, rights and social movements. Pluralism and human rights. Community Justice in Latin America.

Public Policies and Popular Participation
Syllabus: Public policies: origins, elaboration, execution and evaluation processes. Typology. Public policies and Society. Popular participation in the process of elaboration and social control of public policies. Social policies. Democracy, human rights and public policies. Public policies in the context of State models.

Law, Public Policies and Socioeconomic Inclusion
Syllabus: Economic systems, the criticism to the market and the exclusion criteria. The relationship between work and income in post-industrial society. Public policies and legal platform to socioeconomic inclusion.

Human Rights, Latin American Society and Constitutionalism
Syllabus: Constitutionalism and human rights formation. Constitutional process in Latin America. Introduction and themes of the new South American Constitutionalism: plurinational State, legal pluralism, interculturality and postcolonial/decolonial studies.

Public Policies, Generational Rights and Social Protection
Syllabus: Citizenship, intergenerationality and diversity. Social assistance rights as a paradigm of social protection. Social assistance policies in Brazil. Social protection policy: basic social protection and special social protection. Public policy for children and adolescents. Youth public policy. Public policy for the elderly.

Public Policies, Fundamental Rights and Decente Work
Syllabus: Human being dignity and the fundamental work rights. Flexibility and desregulation of work rights: social, economic and legal repercussions. Public policies to promote worker dignity and decent working conditions.

Human Rights, Gender and Public Policies
Syllabus: human rights as a field of studies. Feminist movements and the emergency of gender studies. Human rights and demands for gender equality within the scope of different public policies. The problematization of legislation and rules related to gender equality.

Human Rights, Critical Thought and Latin American Constitutionalism
Syllabus: Doing and (Re)doing human rights. The other side of human rights in peripheral modernity. Human rights, decoloniality and interculturality. Human rights and praxis of liberation. Liberating foundation of human rights from our American critical legal thought. Ideologization and ideological inversion of human rights. Constitutional theory and decolonial turn. Horizontal constitution and human rights in the new Latin American constitutionalism.

Social Management and Social Policies
Syllabus: Social management and social policies: conceptual delimitation perspectives. The social issue in capitalist society. Contemporary productive restructuring and its repercussions on social management. The social issue and the social policies in Brazil. Social inequality and social policies. Project administration and management of non-profit organizations. Development as an expression of social freedoms. Emergence process and construction of the third sector and social responsibility concept. The reform of the State and the 21st century social challenges confrontation. Social Policies, participation and new technologies. OSD (Objectives of Sustainable Development).

Critical political sociology of constituent processes in Latin America
Syllabus: Critical political sociology. Latin American sociology of liberation. Constituent processes and social movements in Latin America. Human rights as social movements. The constitutionalization of fundamental rights as a result of social movements. Liberation Policy. State, Politics and Law in the 21st century. The New Latin American Constitutionalism.

Research Seminar: Human Rights, Citizenship and New Rights
Syllabus: Important complementary themes are discussed in the concentration area as well as in the course lines. The themes are approved by the PGPL Collegiate Body, based on suggestions from professors and students of the Course.

Research Seminar: Law, Society and State
Syllabus: Important complementary themes are discussed in the concentration area as well as in the course lines. The themes are approved by the PGPL Collegiate Body, based on suggestions from professors and students of the Course.

Universidade do Extremo Sul Catarinense.