HUMAN RIGTHS IN A EUROPEAN COMMUNITY OF VALUES

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16. 04. 18
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This project is based on the study of Human Rights, focusing on eight fundamental rights and freedoms. These have been selected based on each of the partners areas of interest:

1. FREEDOM OF THOUGHT, CONSCIENCE AND RELIGION: POLAND.

2. RIGHT TO WORK: ITALY.

3. MINORITIES: FINLAND.

4. ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE (Stockholm Declaration): UNIVERSITY OF ALICANTE

5. RIGHT TO FREEDOM OF MOVEMENT AND RESIDENCE: GERMANY

6. GENDER EQUALITY: SPAIN.

7. RIGHT TO EDUCATION.

8. RIGHT TO FREEDOM OF SPEECH AND EXPRESSION.

The last two rights will be addressed across the board by all partners. The NGDO Entreculturas will provide activities related to all those selected rights. Work on some of those rights will be coordinated by an e-Twinning project. With this tool, all partners will work on every right at the same time while following the guidelines set by the Methodological Guide produced by Alicante with the advice of the University. This will provide the project with different points of view that will be put in common in the mobilities.

Each of the partners will have a quarter to schedule their transnational meeting and mobility and to carry out activities related to the right they are working on. Long-haul activities outlined below will not be exclusively limited to the assigned quarter, but they will be developed over the course of two years. Finland will monitor these activities.

Human Rights in a European Community of Values