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On Education in the Global Culture of Lawfulness
On Education in the Global Culture of Lawfulness

Author(s): Sławomir Redo
Subject(s): Philosophy of Law, Sociology of Law
Published by: Temida 2
Keywords: Culture of lawfulness; education; lawlessness; migration; rule of law; United Nations

Summary/Abstract: This essay seeks to clarify what is meant by a Culture of Lawfulness (CoL), first in its original academic terms and antonym – lawlessness. The author ventures into its quintessence from a sociological perspective of criminal tribal traditions, next as the effect of conflict and post-conflict situations, and, then, as statutory lawlessness under the guise of the Rule of Law. Second, the essay considers CoL as a collateral of the 2030 United Nations Sustainable Development Agenda, introduced under its chapeau by the Thirteenth United Nations Congress on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice (Doha, Qatar, 2015).Th ird, the author looks into the relation between the Rule of Law and economic development. Finally, he looks into the question of the advancement of a Global Culture of Lawfulness that supports the rule of law and human rights while respecting cultural identities, through intergenerational and intercultural transmission of crime prevention values in the age of migration. In this latter context, the author discusses the educational CoL challenges for immigrant children and youth.

  • Issue Year: 3/2018
  • Issue No: 23
  • Page Range: 27-42
  • Page Count: 16
  • Language: English