Research

We are an interdisciplinary team in public and private law who undertake research into fundamental rights and freedoms. We aim to drive and develop human rights teams and projects in Spain, Europe and around the globe.

Training

We strive to educate our law students and legal professionals about human rights. We teach human rights, offer external training and innovate when it comes to teaching how to protect fundamental rights and freedoms.

Debates

We reflect on human rights and hold debates about current topics. We aim to bring the culture of human rights and society closer together, creating a meeting point for legal operators to analyse how human rights are applied and how they should be implemented.

Transfer

We represent the UIB at national and international conferences and fora. We transfer our research outcomes. We advise on and produce studies and reports, and work to ensure public policies have a human rights focus.

Last news

Prof. Milano participates in a seminar organized by the Barcelona Autonomous University on the (un) protection of trafficking victims

Professor Valentina Milano, a researcher at LIDIB, participated as a speaker in the round table “The international (un)protection of victims of human trafficking”, organized at the Palau Macaya in Barcelona by the CEI International Affairs and the CIMCETT (Research Group of the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB) and the University of Girona (UdG) on “International … Continue reading "Prof. Milano participates in a seminar organized by the Barcelona Autonomous University on the (un) protection of trafficking victims"
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The LIDIB also in the UOM, teaching and debating on democracy and citizen participation

Professor María Ballester has taught the course “Democracy and Citizen Participation” at the Open University for the Elderly, within the framework of the “UOM Specialization Diploma in Science, Technology and Society in the 21st Century”. This course aims at reflecting on the legal-constitutional framework that rules direct democracy (referendums, popular consultations, popular legislative initiatives); it … Continue reading "The LIDIB also in the UOM, teaching and debating on democracy and citizen participation"
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First seminar on gender perspective in law teaching at the UIB, at the initiative of LIDIB

Are all law subjects likely to incorporate gender as a category of analysis? What does the implementation of the gender perspective in teaching and research entail? Does the gender perspective in teaching mean that we are only talking about subjects that relate to women? These are some of the issues raised by the lawyer and … Continue reading "First seminar on gender perspective in law teaching at the UIB, at the initiative of LIDIB"
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