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Estado pluralista? o reconhecimento da organização social e jurídica dos povos indígenas no Brasil; Is Brazil a multiethnic state?:recognition of indigenous peoples and legal organization in Brazile

Silva, Luiz Fernando Villares e
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 28/05/2013 PT
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Cada povo indígena possui um sistema de organização social, aí incluídas as ordenações jurídicas. O estudo das diversas ordenações jurídicas dos povos indígenas e suas relações com os direitos nacionais fez nascer a Antropologia do Direito e, mais tarde, o conceito de pluralismo jurídico. Esse conceito é central para saber como o Estado brasileiro e o Direito dele emanado lida com a multiplicidade de ordenações jurídicas que regulam as comunidades e povos indígenas no Brasil. Trabalhado esse conceito, e fixado o conteúdo e a importância do direito dos povos indígenas de ter respeitadas sua organização social e jurídica, foi feita minuciosa análise das normas do Direito nacional e internacional que permeiam a vida indígena, tendo sempre como referencial a Constituição brasileira de 1988, que, em seu artigo 231 reconhece aos índios sua organização social, costumes, línguas, crenças e tradições, e os direitos originários sobre as terras que tradicionalmente ocupam. Após o exame crítico da legislação, com o objetivo de concluir sobre se a elaboração e a edição das normas se deram de forma consentânea com o pluralismo previsto no artigo 231 e em tantos outros dispositivos constitucionais, foi importante...

Pluralismo Jurídico e Estado Local em Angola: um olhar crítico a partir do estudo de caso do Bailundo

Florêncio, Fernando
Fonte: Centro de Investigação em Antropologia e Saúde Publicador: Centro de Investigação em Antropologia e Saúde
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em //2011 POR
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Com o fim dos regimes de Estado-Partido e de monopartidarismo centralista, dos finais da década de 1980, e com as transições para o multipartidarismo, os estados africanos, passaram, a partir de meados da década de 1990, a incorporar formas de organização social derivadas de sectores sociais até então “marginalizados”, tradicionais ou não, tentando sempre no entanto enquadrá-las e controlá-las no processo de construção do estado, sobretudo ao nível local de base, ou seja, no chamado Estado Local. É neste novo contexto que o pluralismo social voltou a ganhar espaço e contexto. À semelhança dos estados coloniais, os estados independentes passaram a reconhecer a existência, no espaço nacional, de diversas ordenações jurídicas, no que se pode denominar de neo-indirect rule. Este artigo pretende discutir criticamente as vantagens e os limites do pluralismo jurídico em África, em contextos políticos de weak states, a partir do caso de estudo do Município do Bailundo, na Província do Huambo em Angola.; With the end of the centralized Party-State African political regimes, in late 1980’s, and with the transitions for democracy and political pluralism, the African states decided to incorporate...

Legal Pluralism in Mozambique – Authority Boundaries between the Local State and Traditional Authorities in Mossurize District

Patrício, Marta
Fonte: Instituto Universitário de Lisboa Publicador: Instituto Universitário de Lisboa
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
Publicado em //2013 POR
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Mossurize is a Mozambican central-western district in the border with Zimbabwe. This border has always been porous since it was established in 1891. During the colonial period the population escaped through the border whenever they felt threatened. The same happened after independence, when the ruling party (FRELIMO) decided to remove the rule of traditional authorities. FRELIMO’s attempts to remove chiefs have proved to be useless, so it was decided to set chiefs as mediators between the government and the communities. Chiefs now have to “dispute” power at local level. In other parts of the country the boundary-marking in legal orders and domains of authority is set between the state (law/crime), chiefs (traditional cases) and the FRELIMO organizations (community rules and social cases). Is Mossurize any different? Does the border influence chiefs’ authority? This paper will look at these questions and relate them with the evolution of legal pluralism in Mozambique. It is part of an ongoing PhD research about the dynamics of legal pluralism in Mossurize district and it is mostly based in literature review in order to articulate the author’s preliminary empirical findings with works already produced on the same issue in Mozambique (Alexander...

An Emerging Challenge for Justice Sector Aid in Africa: Lessons from Mozambique on Legal Pluralism and Human Rights

Corradi, Giselle
Fonte: Oxford University Press Publicador: Oxford University Press
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This article discusses the role of justice sector aid in sub-Saharan Africa, and its implications for legal pluralism and the implementation of human rights at grass roots level. Based on a case study in Mozambique, the article argues that development actors can potentially play a crucial role in contributing to the implementation of human rights within the structures of dispute management that most people have access to in that country and in sub-Saharan Africa more generally. First, the article provides a theoretical framework on legal pluralism and human rights. Second, it outlines the Mozambican landscape in terms of human rights and access to justice. Third, it examines how justice sector aid in Mozambique deals with these challenges in practice. The concluding discussion demonstrates that it is vital to scrutinize how legal pluralism and human rights are conceptualized in aid interventions. It shows the drawbacks of policies and interventions that adopt a state-defined conception of legal pluralism and a one-off, unidirectional approach to the promotion of human rights. Finally, these strategies are contrasted with a number of initiatives that embrace an empirical understanding of legal pluralism and dialogical methodologies in relation to human rights.

An Emerging Challenge for Justice Sector Aid in Africa: Lessons from Mozambique on Legal Pluralism and Human Rights

Corradi, Giselle
Fonte: Oxford University Press Publicador: Oxford University Press
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: text/html
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This article discusses the role of justice sector aid in sub-Saharan Africa, and its implications for legal pluralism and the implementation of human rights at grass roots level. Based on a case study in Mozambique, the article argues that development actors can potentially play a crucial role in contributing to the implementation of human rights within the structures of dispute management that most people have access to in that country and in sub-Saharan Africa more generally. First, the article provides a theoretical framework on legal pluralism and human rights. Second, it outlines the Mozambican landscape in terms of human rights and access to justice. Third, it examines how justice sector aid in Mozambique deals with these challenges in practice. The concluding discussion demonstrates that it is vital to scrutinize how legal pluralism and human rights are conceptualized in aid interventions. It shows the drawbacks of policies and interventions that adopt a state-defined conception of legal pluralism and a one-off, unidirectional approach to the promotion of human rights. Finally, these strategies are contrasted with a number of initiatives that embrace an empirical understanding of legal pluralism and dialogical methodologies in relation to human rights.

One, Two, Three Many Legal Orders: Legal Pluralism and the Cosmopolitan Dream

Kennedy, David W.
Fonte: New York University Publicador: New York University
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Over the last few years, innumerable scholars have turned their attention to the fragmentation, disaggregation, and multiplicity of the international legal regime. With so many diverse perspectives on the puzzle, the opportunity, the problem, of legal pluralism in international society, I would be crazy to try to pull it all together. In my view, we are far better off leaving the issue lying about in fragments. I have three points. First, legal pluralism-whether encountered formally or sociologically--can be good for your professional moral health, opening the door to the experience of professional power. Second, in a world governed by experts, it is the pluralism of professional perspective that we least understand, and that may be the most significant. By mapping the diversity of professional sensibilities, we can put aside questions about whether "the legal order" is or should be or might be coherently unified, to focus on the projects of identity, power, and ethics pursued by legal professionals. In doing so, I want us to replace worry about legal pluralism with worry about something else-the dark sides, blind spots, and biases of the fragments. And of efforts to corral the ponies back to the herd. Third, a where-do-we-go-from-here point. My suggestion: we should take a break from the project of elaborating...

O Santuário Tapuya dos Pajés na cidade de Brasília: da poética do sagrado à retórica da resistência, sob a ótica do pluralismo jurídico latino-americano; Santuário Tapuya dos Pajés in Brasilia: fromthepoetics of the sacred to the rhetoric of resistance, by the viewpoint of Latin American legal pluralism

Miranda, Carolina Lima
Fonte: Universidade Federal de Goiás; Brasil; UFG; Programa de Pós-graduação em Direitos Humanos (PRPG); Pró-Reitoria de Pós-graduação (PRPG) Publicador: Universidade Federal de Goiás; Brasil; UFG; Programa de Pós-graduação em Direitos Humanos (PRPG); Pró-Reitoria de Pós-graduação (PRPG)
Tipo: Dissertação Formato: application/pdf
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This present thesis intends to investigate the actual traits of an insurgent discursive space that stems from the fight for rights of the Santuário Tapuya dos Pajés, an indigenous community in Brasilia, Brazil. Rigorously, the production of this space stands out by its wide effectiveness in articulating symbolic production and political rhetoric. Therefore, the central focus of this text is to understand, in that specific dimension of the discursive complex, the cosmopolitcs experience of the Santuário Tapuya dos Pajés, inwhich the appeal to the sacred, as an essential element of its identity, triggers their cultural notions of resistance. This way, the researchdesign is revealed throughthe analysisof their discourses for the outside world,listed around the motion O SantuárioNãoSe Move and intended for the general public, by postsand publications on the Internet’s virtual spaces.Our purpose thereby is to test the hypothesis that this indigenous community, recognized as one collective subject of rights, occupies an alternative place of Law production, way beyond the State Jurisdiction, along the same emancipatory lines of legal pluralism that takes place in Latin America.In view of this discussion, the study was undertaken from an epistemological and interdisciplinary openness to the alterity of the Other...

The relationship between legal pluralism and the rule of law in South Africa and Timor-Leste

Grenfell, Laura
Fonte: Universidade Nacional da Austrália Publicador: Universidade Nacional da Austrália
Tipo: Thesis (PhD); Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
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The re/establishment of the ‘rule of law’ in transitional countries has become a mantra of the international community. At its core, the rule of law assumes that the state enjoys a monopoly of law. This thesis argues that the promotion of the rule of law in transitional countries gives insufficient attention to whether a strong level of legal pluralism exists, in that forms of non-state law, such as customary law, operate in parallel with state law and are preferred by a large proportion of the population. A strong level of legal pluralism is the norm in many regions of the world, particularly in Africa, Asia and the Pacific, where between 80 to 90 per cent of disputes are taken to non-state legal mechanisms for resolution. This study examines two transitional countries, South Africa and Timor-Leste, which are attempting to re/establish the rule of law and where legal pluralism is strong. ...; Yes

Legal pluralism and the rule of law in Timor Leste

Grenfell, L.
Fonte: Kluwer Law International Publicador: Kluwer Law International
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em //2006 EN
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Many transitional countries face the problem of establishing the rule of law in a weak justice sector where a gulf separates local legal norms from national, constitutional norms that are drawn largely from the international sphere.As a case study of East Timor this article challenges simplistic positivist notions about the normative hierarchy of laws within a constitutionally bounded polity. It argues that in transitional countries such as East Timor legal pluralism is important but must be properly tuned to serve the rule of law. Legal pluralism poses certain dangers when it operateswithout any of the checks or balances that ensure accountability and the promotion of constitutional values such as equality. The rule of law is not served by an informal system where there are no formal avenues of appeal and thus minimal accountability and transparency. Amore promising version of legal pluralism that comports with the rule of law is one that empowers the state to monitor local decisions to ensure that they observe the norms set out in East Timor’s Constitution.; Laura Grenfell

Legal Pluralism, Plurality of Laws, and Legal Practices

DUPRET, Baudouin
Fonte: Instituto Universitário Europeu Publicador: Instituto Universitário Europeu
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: 239743 bytes; application/pdf; digital
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Legal pluralism has become a major theme in socio-legal studies. However, under this very broad denomination, one can identify many different trends which share little but the very basic idea that law is much more than state law. Despite their eclectic character, these many conceptions of legal pluralism also share some common fundamental premises concerning the nature of law, its function, and its relationship with its cultural milieu. This contribution aims at critically addressing these premises and at suggesting some re-specification of the question of law, its plural sources, and the many practices that enfold in relationship with it. In its spirit, this re-specification can be characterised as realistic and praxiological. Indeed, I shall argue that it is at best useless and at worst wrong to start from a label like “legal pluralism” so as to describe something which is presumed to be an instance of such label. My contention here is that law is what people consider as law, nothing more nothing less, and that occurrences of legal plurality are limited to these situations where people explicitly orient themselves to the fragmented spectrum of law. Instead of looking at the hypothetical pluralistic model of law which something like...

Legal Application, Global Legal Pluralism and Hierarchies of Norms

BERGÉ, Jean-Sylvestre
Fonte: Instituto Universitário Europeu Publicador: Instituto Universitário Europeu
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: application/pdf; digital
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In a context of global legal pluralism, the application of the law can be analysed at several levels, namely national, international and regional. At each level, legal systems are organized around different normative hierarchies. This raises questions regarding the articulation of these constructions in a multilevel perspective of legal application that is both practical and theoretical. To answer these questions, two approaches are imaginable: a first that studies the application of normative hierarchies, level by level and, beyond that, legal system by legal system; a second that aims to make explicit the interactions that can result from the coexistence of different normative levels. This study favours the second approach while attempting to appreciate the material and formal utility of normative hierarchies each time a jurist questions the application of the law at different levels. Two conclusions can be drawn from this study: there is a plurality of normative hierarchies in a context of global legal pluralism; in a process of multilevel legal application, normative hierarchy coexists with other methods of reasoning.

Pluralismo jurídico y Derecho alternativo: dos modelos de análisis; Legal pluralism and alternative Law: two analytical models

Garzón López, Pedro
Fonte: Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. Instituto de derechos humanos Bartolomé de las Casas Publicador: Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. Instituto de derechos humanos Bartolomé de las Casas
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion; info:eu-repo/semantics/article Formato: application/pdf
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El presente artículo pone de manifiesto el carácter polisémico del pluralismo jurídico y el derecho alternativo, así como la interrelación que existe entre ambas perspectivas. A fin de despejar algunas confusiones y equívocos que subyacen en el contexto del pluralismo jurídico, se distinguen dos modelos análisis. Por un lado, el pluralismo jurídico en estricto sentido; y por el otro, el pluralismo jurídico de base monista, señalando que sólo en el primero de ellos, es susceptible una lectura en clave de paradigma en el contexto a la crítica de la ciencia jurídica tradicional; This article highlights the multiple meanings of legal pluralism and alternative law, as well as the relationship that exist between both perspectives. In order to clarify certain confusions and misunderstandings that underlie the context of legal pluralism, two analytical models are proposed. On one hand, the legal pluralism in the strict sense, and on the other hand, the legal pluralism of monistic basis, pointing out that only in the first one it is possible a reading in paradigm terms within the framework of the criticism to the traditional jurisprudence

Identifying and Working with Beneficiaries When Rights Are Unclear : Insights for REDD+ Initiatives

Bruce, John
Fonte: Program on Forests (PROFOR), Washington, DC Publicador: Program on Forests (PROFOR), Washington, DC
Tipo: Economic & Sector Work; Economic & Sector Work :: Energy-Environment Review
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Expert statements indicate that annually approximately 20 billion dollars will be needed to prevent 90 percent deforestation in tropical countries. Development practitioners are eager to see the benefits from REDD plus initiatives shared with local partners. Equally important to understanding how local partners might benefit are questions such as, who should derive benefits from REDD plus initiatives, and how to ensure these initiatives reach the affected households, individuals, communities, companies, and government units. Getting benefit-sharing rights is fundamental, as it will determine how REDD plus initiatives serve a broader development agenda and prevent them from centralizing decision making and enabling elite capture. This paper examines how to address this challenge by adopting a legal pluralism framework and discussing the potential role of legal instruments such as contracts. While the analysis focuses largely on REDD plus activities that involve land, forests, and carbon sequestration, many of the principles suggested are applicable in a broad sense to REDD plus projects dealing with energy and other matters. This paper explores the substantive legal issues and procedural options for identifying beneficiaries in such contexts and ways of working with them despite the legal uncertainty. It gives considerable attention to process...

Pluralismo jurídico, multiculturalismo e interculturalidad; Legal pluralism, Multiculturalism, and Interculturalism

Cruz Rodríguez, Edwin; Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Fonte: Pontificia Universidad Javeriana Cali Publicador: Pontificia Universidad Javeriana Cali
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion; Artículo Formato: application/pdf; application/pdf
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Este trabajo examina las diferencias entre el multiculturalismo y el interculturalismo a nivel prescriptivo y extrae sus consecuencias para pensar el pluralismo jurídico. Los dos enfoques aceptan la necesidad del pluralismo jurídico formal para hacer igualitarias las relaciones entre grupos culturales en el interior del Estado. Sin embargo, tienen consecuencias distintas desde una perspectiva prescriptiva. Los fundamentos normativos del multiculturalismo —la tolerancia y la coexistencia entre grupos culturales y la salvaguarda de los valores liberales— se traducen en un pluralismo jurídico desigual que establece grandes limitaciones en términos personales, territoriales y materiales para los sistemas jurídicos de grupos culturales no liberales. En contraste, el interculturalismo, al apostar por el respeto, la convivencia, el diálogo y el aprendizaje mutuo entre grupos culturales, y al aceptar la legitimidad de distintas concepciones de “vida buena”, permite pensar un pluralismo jurídico igualitario, con mecanismos institucionales para la cooperación entre sistemas jurídicos; This paper examines the differences between multiculturalism and interculturalism at a prescriptive level and draws consequences to think about legal pluralism. Both approaches accept the need for formal legal pluralism to achieve egalitarian relations between cultural groups inside a state. However...

Legal Pluralism, Cultural Contestation and Gender (In)justice: An Interpretation of Women?s Rights Cases in the Supreme Court of Nepal; 8th Britain-Nepal Academic Council Annual Lecture

Pradhan, Rajendra
Fonte: Digital Himalaya Project & the Britain-Nepal Academic Council Publicador: Digital Himalaya Project & the Britain-Nepal Academic Council
Tipo: Áudio
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Dr Rajendra Pradhan is currently Dean of Nep? School of Social Sciences and Humanities and was a founding member and the Chair of Social Science Baha (January 2002 - June 2010). He received his PhD from the Department of Sociology, University of Delhi. He has conducted research on several topics, including religion among Hindu Newars of Kathmandu, care of the elderly in a Dutch village, food habits of Tarai inhabitants, water rights in Nepal, legal history of land, forest and water in Nepal, traditional dispute settlement processes, and more recently court cases. He has served as research consultant to various organisations, including the International Water Management Institute, the International Food Policy Research Institute, the World Bank and the Asian Development Bank. He has conducted several research workshops and training sessions for Nepali and international participants, including on topics such as legal pluralism, ethnography, and water rights. His publications include several edited and co-edited books such as Water Rights, Conflict and Policy (1997), Water, Land and Law: Changing Rights to Land and Water in Nepal (2000), Law, History and Culture of Water in Nepal (2003), Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law in Social, Economic and Political Development (2003) and articles in books and journals on a wide range of topics. He is currently co-editing a book entitled Unpacking Water Rights: A Comparative Reader to be published in 2011 by Sage and is working on a manuscript on Supreme Court cases pertaining to women?s rights and gender justice.; In the nineteen nineties...

Problematic legal pluralism: causes and some potential ?cures?

Larcom, Shaun
Fonte: Taylor & Francis Publicador: Taylor & Francis
Tipo: Article; not applicable
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This is the accepted manuscript. The final version is available from Taylor & Francis at http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/07329113.2014.892335#.VOXJ3S6Qne4.; The tools of analytical positivism and economic analysis are applied to the phenomenon of legal pluralism. An analytical framework is developed to ascertain when legal pluralism is problematic in the control of wrongdoing. It is demonstrated that there are three specific cases: rivalrous compliance, sanctions for wrong behaviour that are deemed to be wrongs themselves, and the uncoordinated sanctioning of common wrongs. Then there is a discussion of the consequences and some approaches that can be used to ameliorate each case that has been identified. It is hoped that this framework will be used to guide future practical and theoretical discussions on legal pluralism and its potential problems.

The Juridical Pluralism theory and the public urban spaces; A Teoria do Pluralismo Jurídico e os Espaços Públicos Urbanos. doi:10.5007/2177-7055.2010v31n61p227

Konzen, Lucas Pizzolatto; Università degli Studi di Milano
Fonte: Fundação José Arthur Boiteux Publicador: Fundação José Arthur Boiteux
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion; Formato: application/pdf
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This article reflects upon the utility of legal pluralism theory for understanding a topic that is part of city everyday life: the legal regulation of urban public spaces. From a descriptive standpoint, legal pluralism theory reveals that patterns of exclusion can be constituted because urban public spaces consist in valuables permeated by intricate property arrangements that are established by an interlegality of state and non-state norms. From a prescriptive standpoint, the model of participatory and communitarian legal pluralism offers an adequate theoretical foundation for constructing property arrangements designed to assure the effectiveness of the right to the city.; Este artigo reflete a respeito da utilidade da teoria do pluralismo jurídico para a compreensão de um tema do cotidiano das cidades: a regulação jurídica dos espaços públicos urbanos. Do ponto de vista descritivo, a teoria do pluralismo jurídico revela que padrões de exclusão podem ser constituídos porque os espaços públicos consistem em bens permeados por intrincados arranjos de propriedade, os quais são estabelecidos por meio de uma interlegalidade de normas tanto estatais quanto não-estatais. Do ponto de vista prescritivo, o modelo do pluralismo jurídico comunitário-participativo oferece um referencial teórico adequado à construção de arranjos de propriedade nos espaços públicos que assegurem a efetivação do direito à cidade.

“Novas” “Sensibilidades” Velhas Decisões: notas sobre as transformações jurídicas recentes. doi:10.5007/2177-7055.2011v32n62p79; "New Sensibilities" Old Decisions: notes about recent legal system transformations doi:10.5007/2177-7055.2011v32n62p79

Neto, Joaquim Shiraishi; Universidade do Estado do Amazonas
Fonte: Fundação José Arthur Boiteux Publicador: Fundação José Arthur Boiteux
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion; Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 30/07/2011 POR
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As Declarações e as Convenções Internacionais aliadas ao processo de organização e mobilização de grupos sociais de identidade étnica resultaram, nas últimas décadas, em profundas transformações na ordem jurídica brasileira. O reconhecimento da diversidade social e cultural trouxe o “pluralismo jurídico” para o direito. Essa noção que era tomada como instrumento de crítica ao direito positivado e, por isso mesmo, tratada como algo “residual” ou “periférico”, é levada ao centro das reflexões. Observa-se que esse processo se realiza no interior de uma ordem jurídica, que também se transforma, criando o que pode ser designado como uma “nova” “sensibilidade jurídica”. Ao “pluralismo jurídico”, outras noções são incorporadas, compondo um léxico de termos, acionados de forma indistinta pelos intérpretes do direito. Neste contexto de mudança é possível indagar: será que essa “nova” “sensibilidade jurídica” tende a contribuir com a tomada de decisões que possam ser consideradas mais justas, levando em consideração a realidade social que é tida como plural e complexa, com profundas contradições econômicas?; The declarations and international conventions allied with the organization and mobilization processes of social groups of ethnic identity resulted...

As questões delimitativas do direito no Pluralismo Jurídico; The subjects on the borders of the right in the Legal Pluralism

Wolkmer, Antonio Carlos; UFSC; Albernaz, Renata Ovenhausen
Fonte: Fundação José Arthur Boiteux Publicador: Fundação José Arthur Boiteux
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion; Formato: application/pdf
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http://dx.doi.org/10.5007/2177-7055.2008v29n57p67Este artigo objetiva analisar a delimitação da juridicidade de acordo com as abordagens do Pluralismo Jurídico Emancipatório e Independente. A análise de tal delimitação foi feita através de quatro dimensões, quais sejam: (1) o da definição do direito diante da pluralidade de suas manifestações; (2) o da identificação das unidades sociais que podem ser consideradas como aptas a gerar um direito próprio; (3) o da delimitação, ou o da relação, do direito com as demais normas sociais; e (4) o da delimitação, entre si, das várias formas de juridicidade que coexistem. Para esta análise procedeu-se a um estudo revisionista sobre as principais obras de autores do Pluralismo Jurídico, clássicos ou contemporâneos, e sobre as soluções que estes autores propõem a tais dimensões delimitativas.; This paper aims at to analyze the problem of the delimitation of the right in agreement with the approaches of the Independent Legal Pluralism The analysis of this delimitation was made through four dimensions of borders, which are: (1) the definition of the right when there is diversity in their expressions; (2) the definition of the social groups able to generate right; (3) the separation between the right forms and the other forms of social control; and (4) the borders among the different rights of the different social groups. For this analysis...

Legal pluralism, human rights and interculturality; Pluralismo jurídico, direitos humanos e interculturalidade

Wolkmer, Antonio Carlos; UFSC
Fonte: Fundação José Arthur Boiteux Publicador: Fundação José Arthur Boiteux
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion; Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 01/01/2006 POR
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The author demonstrates that, front to the recent processes of domination and exclusion of mundialization of the neoliberal capital, becomes imperious to detach the new emancipatórias and against-hegemonic forms of legitimation of the Right. He treats yourself, in the truth, to introduce as paradigm, a legal pluralism of type democratic and participate, capable to make possible itself as instrument of resistance and affirmation to the emergent human rights.; O autor demonstra que, frente aos recentes processos de dominação e de exclusão de mundialização do capital neoliberal, faz-se imperioso destacar as novas formas emancipatórias e contra-hegemônicas de legitimação do Direito. Trata-se, na verdade, de introduzir como paradigma, um pluralismo jurídicode tipo democrático e participativo, capaz de viabilizar-se como instrumento de resistência e de afirmação aos direitos humanos emergentes.