Silva, Maria Manuela Magalhães

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IJP - Instituto Jurídico Portucalense
O Instituto Jurídico Portucalense (IJP) é um centro de investigação em ciências jurídicas que tem como objetivo principal promover, apoiar e divulgar a investigação científica nessa área do saber produzida na Universidade Portucalense e nos Institutos Politécnicos de Leiria e de Lisboa, suas parceiras estratégicas.

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  • PublicaçãoAcesso Aberto
    Migrants and refugees in European Union: “Warm peace”, Human Rights education and political sustainability
    2019 - Campina, Ana; Silva, Maria Manuela Magalhães
    Nowadays European Union migrant’s situation, named as a crisis, has begun during the II World War due the Holocaust. Considering the EU position and their state member facing serious Human Rights violation as well as a political complex diplomatic development (inside and outside) the European context. Holocaust has obliged millions of European citizens to “escape” from their own countries to be able to survive. The political consequences of this movement were controlled based on the diplomacy considering the war context and each state “position”. Due the most different reasons, along the 20th century the migration in, from and to Europe was an important and strong social movement but without a negative global political impact but economical. However, the last decade, especially after 2010 with the “Spring Arab” revolutions in Middle East and North Africa, Europe has been the destination of millions - illegal migrants and Refugees.
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    As declarações de direitos como instrumento de garantia transnacional dos direitos humanos
    2018 - Silva, Maria Manuela Magalhães
    1. INTRODUÇÃO. 2. A CONSAGRAÇÃO DE DIREITOS FUNDAMENTAIS. 3. A EVOLUÇÃO DO ESTADO. 4. O ENTENDIMENTO DOS DIREITOS FUNDAMENTAIS. 5. OS TEXTOS EUROPEUS. 6. CONCLUSÃO. REFERÊNCIAS.
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    Metodología del derecho comparado en Derechos Humanos
    2018 - Caramelo-Gomes, José; Silva, Maria Manuela Magalhães
    Este artículo presenta los métodos de Derecho Comparado más comunes en la actualidad y su aplicación al dominio de los Derechos Humanos.
  • PublicaçãoAcesso Aberto
    Migrants and Refugees in European Union: “Warm Peace”, Human Rights Education and Political Sustainability
    2018-11 - Campina, Ana; Silva, Maria Manuela Magalhães
    Nowadays European Union migrant’s situation, named as a crisis, has begun during the II World War due the Holocaust. Considering the EU position and their state member facing serious Human Rights violation as well as a political complex diplomatic development (inside and outside) the European context. Holocaust has obliged millions of European citizens to “escape” from their own countries to be able to survive. The political consequences of this movement were controlled based on the diplomacy considering the war context and each state “position”. Due the most different reasons, along the 20th century the migration in, from and to Europe was an important and strong social movement but without a negative global political impact but economical. However, the last decade, especially after 2010 with the “Spring Arab” revolutions in Middle East and North Africa, Europe has been the destination of millions - illegal migrants and Refugees.
  • PublicaçãoAcesso Restrito
    Parecer da Universidade Portucalense Infante D. Henrique: Parecer sobre o Anteprojecto da Lei Eleitoral
    1998-03-01 - Silva, Maria Manuela Magalhães
    Se todos os cidadãos pudessem intervir directamente na tomada de decisões políticas, exercendo o poder político de uma forma democrática directa, seria possível uma completa identificação entre as aspirações e necessidades de todos os cidadãos e esse poder. [...]
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    Human and fundamental rights, diversity and integration within education system in EU: Paradigma(s)
    2019-09 - Campina, Ana; Silva, Maria Manuela Magalhães
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    Social economy in the international sceneray: Politic(s), culture(s) and power(s)/pressure(s)
    2019 - Campina, Ana; Silva, Maria Manuela Magalhães
    We live a dangerous world “scenery” due ideas and ideologies manipulation / proliferation, the inherent social perceptions and the consequently tampered behaviors engaged in violence. If the Humanity is a complex context, States, Governments, politic, politics, societies, cultures, religions, ideological groups (social, ethnic, legal, illegal, declared and unknown), the Media… all have a powerful action being important “actors” which actions should be careful and critically studied. The manipulation is a riskily reality being disproportionate developed with the worst consequences. Discourses are the easiest instrument to analyze, with insidious messages, considered “normal” but being a simple manipulated information generating tampered and seriously dangerous violent actions is the question of the Religions and the Terrorism. For instance, it´s absolutely unacceptable when Islamism is presented or blended with the violence and the terrorist attacks responsible; when the Human Rights are violated by Catholics or Jewish, but it is strategically hidden, there are strong “pressures” concealed acting to promote wrong ideas and ideologies having as consequence serious problems. This is a reality adapted strategies to the context and place, but the Social Education is being manipulated which consequences are not only for today society, but the discrimination and xenophobia are being learned and will be frighteningly felt in future generations. It´s urgent to invest in the equality and “construct” the respect for all religions, cultures, specially promote the education for the different thinking, way of living and face the realities.
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    The 2015 legislative elections in Portugal: A constitutional analysis
    2017-09 - Matos, André; Silva, Maria Manuela Magalhães
    The 1976 Portuguese Constitution implemented a hybrid government system known as semi-presidential. This modality combines characteristics from the two more conventional systems: the presidential and the parliamentarian. In this context, the selection of the Prime-Minister does not directly come from the voters. Instead, it results from the Presidential nomination bearing in consideration the results of the legislative elections. Furthermore, it also lacks the majoritarian support from the National Parliament. Hence, the government becomes an organ political accountable before the President and the Parliament. The current Parliament was elected on October 4, 2015. Yet, the electoral results were striking, as they allowed more than one possibility for the formation of the Portuguese government, including post-electoral partisan agreements, which was an unprecedent situation in the country. The present paper aims to describe the electoral process referred to above, through factual analysis and its constitutional framework.
  • PublicaçãoAcesso Aberto
    The right to education as a fundamental right in democracy
    2017 - Silva, Maria Manuela Magalhães
    To know whether the right to knowledge is achieved through constitutional law on education and how it can be found to be enshrined both in the domestic law of the States and in European Union law. The theme is of greater relevance to fundamental rights in the today’s political agenda. The purpose of this analysis is to demonstrate that the role of universities is crucial, and that the EU actively promotes education. These are the ways to promote development. In the Portuguese national dimension, the right to education is presented in the Constitution. In international European law is also enshrined. In any case there is a positive dimension in this right that involves the intervention of States. Through a methodology with literature revision of national legal texts and EU law it is possible to analyze the progress achieved historically towards the integration objectives in the Member States' recommendation to make education systems more adequate and inclusive.
  • PublicaçãoAcesso Aberto
    Policy, law and education for human rights in European Union: Legality and social needs dichotomy
    2017 - Campina, Ana; Costa-Lobo, Cristina; Menezes, José; Silva, Maria Manuela Magalhães
    Considering the Human Rights paradigm change in the present century, the international legality, as the education, needs and proceedings, it´s important to understand the reasons of this renew human, and consequently social, context, translated in the legality as in the way of living. The terrorist attacks and the extremely security international measures; the anti-Semitic ideology proliferation, the racism and discrimination dangerous rates; renew Refugees waves; the economic crisis conducting millions to the real poverty; social capacity absence to understand and (re)act according to the needs, facing the violence and Rights violations are the most important causes of the change analysis of this research. The European Union faces these problems and changings according the Human Rights protection law despite the different difficulties. However, all over the world, there is an important dichotomy between legality and social needs that should be a priority to the “powers” aiming the Human Rights promotion.