Would you like to do your final degree project on a topic related to fundamental rights and freedoms?
Here is a list of topics proposed by LIDIB’s members:
Prof. Margalida Capellà: international crimes, especially crimes of sexual violence against women; mechanisms for international protection of human rights (UN human rights committees, European Court of Human Rights); freedom of expression; non-discriminatory law (gender discrimination, racial discrimination …); the protection of refugees and the right to asylum; international protection of animals (animal welfare, animal trafficking); LGTBI rights; SDGs; international criminal justice; universal justice; European Union law and human rights.
Prof. Valentina Milano: the international protection of human rights at the universal and/or regional level, especially in relation to trafficking in human beings, migration, asylum, discrimination and gender violence, racial discrimination and the rights of indigenous people.
Prof. Magdalena Llompart: the right to just and favourable remuneration
Prof. Maria Ballester: fundamental rights and freedoms from a constitutional law perspective, in general; linguistic rights
Prof. Rosario Huesa Vinaixa:
Circumstances and requirements for the limitation and suspension of rights and freedoms according to the jurisprudence of the ECHR
The legal value of the decisions of the United Nations Committees and the ECHR in Spanish Law
Spain before the ECHR: analysis of the latest case law and conclusions from the perspective of Spanish law
Recent ECHR jurisprudence on the admissibility requirements of individual claims
Interstate litigation in the field of human rights and its complexities
[The list of topics will be updated]
Request more information from the vice-dean coordinator of the TFG and member of the LIDIB Dr. Ricardo Jesús Navarro Gómez firstname.lastname@example.org
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2030 Agenda Awards for Social Transformation and Sustainable Human Development for final degree projects and master’s degree projects of the UIB
Did you know that guaranteeing access to justice is a sustainable development goal? In the LIDIB we work so that Law Degree students know the importance of this objective and that is why we commit ourselves to propose and tutorize final degree projects related to the SDG 16: Peace, justice and strong institutions.
Did you know that your final degree project could be awarded by the UIB? In order to reward the contribution of the works to the promotion and / or achievement of the objectives established in the 2030 Agenda, the UIB Office for Development Cooperation and Solidarity announces the 2030 Agenda Award. The following awards will be granted:
1st prize: 1,000 euros and a diploma issued by the UIB.
2nd prize: 500 euros and a diploma issued by the UIB.