All tagged legal literacy
I started working on (en)Ablesome years ago based on the need to involve young people with disabilities in youth work, youth initiatives, and projects. Through my research I found that if involvement is a challenge for many youngsters in disadvantaged conditions, this is more so when they have any kind of physical or psychological disability.
This is my long-time project (and passion) and it aims at developing research and creating pedagogical techniques, and tools, to make legal concepts, political science, participation and citizenship accessible to pre-school children […]
This Encyclopaedia is the result of a partnership between the research centres CEDIS (Research on Law and Society of the University of Lisbon) and CEDU (Centre of Studies in EU Law) and the CICP (Centre of Research in Political Science and University of Minho).
I research and develop tools to foment legal literacy on human rights through a multidisciplinary approach. The main aim of the permanent residency is to foster a culture of rights and citizenship for youth, starting from pre-school children.