IV International Conference on Human Rights

IV International Conference on Human Rights


Honorary Committee:

Prof. Antonio Felice URICCHIO - Rector of Aldo Moro University of Bari
Prof. dr Tadeusz GRACA - Rector of Alcide De Gasperi University of Euroregional Economy in Józefów
Prof. dr hab. Elżbieta FERET - Dean of the Faculty of Law and Administration - University of Rzeszów
Prof. Giuseppe MORO - Direttore del Dipartimento di Scienze Politiche dell'Università degli Studi di Bari Aldo Moro
Prof. Bruno NOTARNICOLA - Director of Law Department of Aldo Moro University of Bari
Prof. Leszek STADNICZENKO - University of Economics and Human Sciences in Warsaw
Prof. Jaime BONET - Faculty of Law University in Valencia
Prof. Carmen Làzaro GUILLAMON - Faculty of Law University in Castellon De La Plana
Prof. Sebastiano TAFARO - Aldo Moro University of Bari
Prof. Laura TAFARO Aldo Moro University of Bari
Prof. Ferdinando PARENTE - Aldo Moro University of Bari


Scientific Commitee

Prof. Bronisła SITEK, University of Social Science and Humanities (Poland)
Rev. Prof. Florian Lempa, Lazarski University (Poland)
Prof. Laura TAFARO, Aldo Moro University of Bari (Italy)
Prof. Sebastiano TAFARO, Aldo Moro University of Bari (Italy)
Prof. Francesco FISTETTI, Aldo Moro University of Bari (Italy)
Prof. Ferdinando PARENTE, Aldo Moro University of Bari (Italy)
Prof. Magdalena SITEK, the Alcide De Gasperi University of Eurogional Economy in Józefów (Poland)
Prof. Maria CASOLA, Aldo Moro University of Bari (Italy)
Prof. Piotr KRAJEWSKI, University of Warmia and Mazury (Poland)
Prof. Sławomir KURSA, SWPS University (Poland)
Prof. Elżbieta URA, University in Rzeszów (Poland)
Prof. Stanisław PIEPRZNY, University in Rzeszów (Poland)
Prof. Susran Erkan Eroglu, Adana Science and Technology University (Turkey)
Dr hab. Maciej Rzewuski, University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn (Poland)
Dr Magdalena Rzewuska, University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn (Poland)
Prof. Paolo STEFANI, Aldo Moro University of Bari (Italy)
Prof. Michele INDELLICATO, Aldo Moro University of Bari (Italy)
Dr Jakub SZCZERBOWSKI, SWPS University (Poland)
Prof. Jaime Bonet, University of Valencia (Spain)
Dr Justyna STADNICZENKO, University of Economics and Human Sciences in Warsaw(Poland)
Prof. dr hab. Dariusz MAKIŁŁA, University of Economics and Human Sciences in Warsaw (Poland)
Dr Agnieszka ŁUKASZCZUK, University of Economics and Human Sciences in Warsaw (Poland)
IV International Conference on Human Rights will be held 1 June 2018 on Bari (Italy)

Organizers:
Aldo Moro University of Bari
Alcide De Gasperi University of Euroregional Economy in Józefów (Poland)

Co-organizers:

University of Rzeszów, Faculty of Law and Administration
University Jaume I in Castellon De La Plana
University in Valencia
University of Economics and Human Sciences in Warsaw
Mediterranean University of Tirana
AAB College in Kosovo

Deadline for registration: 30 marca 2018
Conference languages: English, Polish, Italian

Aim of the conference:

Human rights are nowadays the subject of a deep concern targeting to put a man to a central place in the modern world, but they are also the subject of rhetorical statements, often even without any effective influence on contemporary life. Looking closer, it should be noted that the term "human rights" is very vague and refers to historically relative rights (changing over time with conditions). An example of this are environmental laws ignored for decades, and now considered as a priority, animal rights or issues related to artificial intelligence, rights neglected for long time. The process of reaching these rights should be discovered and / or written. It is worth taking example from the Roman approach, which led to the existence of a right from previous protection measures. The discoveries result from education. The change that cannot be passed on to governments and politicians results from the interpretation of the law. Today, legislators are called to a new formulation of the rights: NEW CARD, which defines BASIC LAWS and legal protection measures concerning: man in historical perspective, the environment and artificial intelligence. The contribution for the construction of a new charter of fundamental rights, which should be both: a charter of rights and, at the same time, a charter of action, is this conference and previous conferences on human rights, organized by universities in Bari and Józefów.

I Session : Ethical Principles and Fundamental Rights
For a long time, they tried to keep ethics out of the law (claiming that it is a product of the pre-legal period). Today we are aware that law is irrelevant without ethics and must return to being ars boni et aliqui.

II Session: Fundamental Rights and Law
The birth and development of humanitarian law have shown that there is a need to identify the situations and rights that should be protected in every circumstances, including war. The fact is that we must define forms of guarantee in every situation and in all circumstances that make up fundamental rights.

III Session: Human Rights and Environmental Rights
The natural environment, along with its unpredictable conditioning, has become dominant in the panorama of rights. Today, minimal forms of environmental protection must be defined as soon as possible, even if they are contrary to the interests of people and countries.

IV Session: Fundamental Rights, Neuro knowledge, Robotics and Inspection perspective
Pointing out basic human rights and forms of protection, apart from institutional competences and financial conditions, in the perspective of the current situation, one should remember about: expectations of future generations, new experiences resulting from the developing neuroscience and artificial intelligence technology.