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II Euro-American Conference for Human Rights’ Development: 2030 Agenda – A New Chapter for the evolution of Human Rights
(CEDH2020)

2030 Agenda challenges the global economy to reinvent itself in order to achieve the goal proposed by the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which illustrates a new paradigm for global sustainability.
Since the climate change plan, to the redefinition of social and criminal policies, social exclusion or to the reinvention of the structural basis of professional relations, modern societies seek to reinvent, every day, the present economic model, in search of greater comfort and security to develop their lives.
2030 Agenda succeeds the Millennium Declaration and is based on several principles embodied in international instruments such as the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the Millennium Declaration, the Rio Declaration on Environment and Development, etc.
Contrary to the Millennium Goals, 2030 Agenda and the SDGs reinforce the role of the private sector in the global strategy, directing it as one of the essential actors in solving the greatest global challenges.
Regional cooperation – Europe-America – as a tool for the development of economies and for the progress of the quality of life, can simultaneously constitute a hard process of densifying the identity of the rule of law through public policies.
These concerns are transversal to societies and to various areas of knowledge, promoting the need of a multidisciplinary and intersectoral academic reflection on the development of Human Rights in the 21st century.

CEDH2020 will promote to researchers, academics, students, professionals and policy makers, an integrated reflection on the Goals of the 2030 Agenda allowing, among others:

  • To link research and intervention themes in the different SDGs.
  • To promote networking between professionals and experts in this area, developing research and good practice networks.
  • To publish a book of abstracts with an European ISBN.
  • To publish scientific articles with a Qualis A2 and Web of Science (SCOPUS) indexing.

Main Themes

The conference accepts papers on case studies, literature review, empirical, qualitative or quantitative methodologies, on models, processes and/or institutions that talk about the eradication of poverty and hunger, gender equality and the promotion of equality and inclusion, health and education as fundamental rights, and the promotion of human dignity.

The conference accepts papers on case studies, literature review, empirical, qualitative or quantitative methodologies, on models, processes and/or institutions which focus on sustainable production and use, combating climate change and managing natural resources.

The conference accepts papers on case studies, literature review, empirical, qualitative or quantitative methodologies, on models, processes and/or institutions which focus on the work and industry as motor of economic and social progress.

The conference accepts papers on case studies, literature review, empirical, qualitative or quantitative methodologies, on models, processes and/or institutions which focus on tranversal integration, and mobilization for the most vulnerable groups.

The conference accepts papers on case studies, literature review, empirical, qualitative or quantitative methodologies, on models, processes and/or institutions which focus on promoting peaceful, fair and inclusive societies, free from fear and violence.

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