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Tipo: Livro
Título: Comparative Law: Brazil and India: Rights and Administration of Justice
Autor(es): Santana, Paulo Campanha (Ed.)
Saiyed, Akil ali (Ed.)
Resumo: Preface (Brazil): It is my pleasure to present the outcome of a Virtual Exchange Program held in 2022, which is a collaborative effort between legal scholars and students from India and Brazil. The research topic is a comparative analysis of the Judicial Systems prevalent in both nations and the extent to which they guarantee the Fundamental Rights enshrined therein. It is important to acknowledge the participation of the Law Undergraduate Course and the Master’s in Law of the Centro Universitário do Distrito Federal (Brazil), Gokul Global University (India), the Brazil-United States Institute for Comparative Law and Economics – USBCli, and the Internationalization Office of the Centro Universitário do Distrito Federal in the accomplishment of this project. The purpose of this work was to bring to light the different approaches and perspectives that each country's judicial system presents in relation to fundamental rights. In a globalized society, it is essential that law students have knowledge about the practices and legal systems of other nations in order to broaden their horizons and enrich their academic formation. Based on this objective, the students involved in the collaboration gathered to share their experiences and views on the topic, addressing the specificities and nuances of each country's judicial system. Aspects such as fundamental rights guaranteed in each constitution, the role of the judiciary in protecting these rights, and cultural differences that influence the application of the law in each country were discussed. The result of this collaboration is a work that presents a deep and enriching dialogue about the differences and similarities of India and Brazil's legal systems, with a focus on how these differences impact citizens' fundamental rights. The authors demonstrated skill and commitment in their analyses, and the final result is a book that brings a broad and detailed view on the topic. I hope this work will be a stimulus for other law students to seek intercultural collaborations and delve into the study of comparative law. Congratulations to the authors for this valuable contribution to the academic community. (Mr. Rodrigo Senne Capone)
Abstract: Preface (India): It is a matter of great satisfaction and pleasure to come up with this edited book as an outcome of the Exchange Program held in 2022. This has been possible because of the consolidated efforts made by various scholars and students of the legal fraternity in Brazil and India. The research works focus on the comparative analysis of the judicial systems, fundamental rights and access to justice frameworks of both the countries. It is pertinent to acknowledge the participation of the Law Undergraduate Course and the Master’s in Law of the Centro Universitário do Distrito Federal (Brazil), Gokul Global University (India), the Brazil-United States Institute for Comparative Law and Economics – USBCli, and the Internationalization Office of the Centro Universitário do Distrito Federal in the accomplishment of this project. These institutions played a crucial role for all the support required for this project. The ultimate objective of a comparative research is to study other systems and institutions for the betterment of one’s own system. With the concepts of law and justice becoming more and more relevant in a globalizing world, it is pertinent that intellectuals from different parts of the world are actively involved in the same in the legal fraternity. To achieve the above objective, it was envisaged that a seamless flow of ideas is very important as the groups undergoing the research shall be from different backgrounds. The personal experiences of the individuals massively contributed to the ultimate research works carried out by the contributors to a large extent. To sum it up, the various backgrounds of the contributors have resulted into several intellectually stimulating researches from a comparative perspective. Within the broad framework of fundamental rights, the chapters deal with a variety of issues pertinent not only to Brazil and India, but the world at large. It gives me immense honour for coordinating this entire journey. The book has all the ingredients to encourage many such cross cultural researches, within and beyond the four walls of law. I congratulate everyone who has directly or indirectly contributed to this project. (Mr. Faiz Ayat Ansari)
Palavras-chave: Judicial power
International law
Common law
Comparative analysis
Brazil
India
Civil Justice System
CNPq: CNPQ::CIENCIAS SOCIAIS APLICADAS::DIREITO
Idioma: por
País: Brasil
Editor: Cruzeiro do Sul Educacional
Sigla da Instituição: Cruzeiro do Sul
Citação: SANTANA, P. C.; SAIYED, A. A. Comparative Law: Brazil and India Rights and Administration of Justice. Brasília, DF: UDF, 2023. E-book.
Tipo de Acesso: Acesso Aberto
URI: https://repositorio.cruzeirodosul.edu.br/jspui/handle/123456789/5681
Data do documento: 2023
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