||ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATIONAL LAW - DEA |
CERTIFICATE - CNPQ dgp.cnpq.br/dgp/espelhogrupo/6445224745540091
Group Leader: Prof. Dr. Eid Badr
Artur Amaral Gomes - Masters
Marcela da Silva Paulo - Masters
Marcello Phillipe Aguiar Martins - Masters
Thaisa Carvalho Batista - Masters
Environmental Education is a necessity and a right in the Stockholm Declaration on the Environment of 1972. On the national level, the Federal Constitution of 1988 (article 225, VI), imposes on the Government the duty of promoting environmental education on all the levels of education ". LDB (article 26 of Law 9394/96) provides for environmental education in primary and secondary education. Lastly, Law No. 9.795 / 99, which instituted the National Environmental Education Policy, classes as an essential and permanent component of national education, which is compulsory at all levels and modes of education, both formal and non-formal. Thus, the Group will develop research on environmental education, in the formal aspect, aiming to verify if the educational norms ensure its implementation at all levels of education, notably in relation to pedagogical projects and curriculum, and, in the non-formal aspect , if it is promoted by the Government in the Municipality of Manaus. Expected repercussions: development and diffusion of scientific knowledge on environmental education through scientific events, extension practices and publications, contributing to environmental preservation.
||HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE AMAZON |
CERTIFICATE - http://dgp.cnpq.br/dgp/espelhogrupo/4111352123412110
Group Leader: Silvia Maria da Silveira Loureiro
About the group:
Areas: International Law and Human Rights
The research group "Human Rights in the Amazon" was formed in 2004 and intends to develop research in the Human Rights Area with the study of topics related to the Amazon Region. The study group conducts research on the instruments for the implementation of human rights with an emphasis on the inter-American system through the analysis of real or simulated cases. In addition, it develops national and international research projects related to the History of Human Rights, Indigenous Peoples Law and traditional communities and works with the construction of concepts and categories of human rights focused on the Amazonian reality. The group seeks to promote scientific events related to its areas of research to promote and disseminate a culture of respect for human rights in the region.
||WATER LAW STUDY GROUP - GEDA |
CERTIFICATE - http://dgp.cnpq.br/dgp/espelhogrupo/2392803076362865
Group Leader: Erivaldo Cavalcanti e Silva Filho
Adriana Almeida Lima
Antonio de Azevedo Maia
Bruno Costa Marinho
Jefferson Rodrigues de Quadros
Leonardo Leite Nascimento
Luiz Otávio da Silva
Natasha Yasmine Castelo Branco Donadon
Ronaldo Cezar da Cunha Bazi
Sienne Cunha de Oliveira
Silvia Helena Antunes dos Santos
Wallace Ferreira Carvalhosa
Wendell de Araújo Lima
About the group:
The Water Law Study Group, GEDA was created in 2013 jointly with the Research Groups Directory, DGP of the National Council of Scientific and Technological Development CNPq, with the objective of investigating the water resources in the Amazon region and, therefore, spreading the issue of water as a fundamental right, as public property and as an element of management and public policies. Therefore, in addition to the research on the subject developed by PPGDA / UEA masters and associate researchers, we are committed to presenting innovative policies for this issue and participate in events in Higher Education Institutions, schools and communities in the region. Our research areas are public policies and strategic security of water resources and law and environmental management.
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