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Human Rights in Law Enforcement
Human Rights in Law Enforcement

Publishing House: Editura Sitech
Subject(s): Politics / Political Sciences, Social Sciences, Education, Law, Constitution, Jurisprudence, Public Administration, Public Law
Frequency: 2 issues
Print ISSN: 2285-5076
Status: Active

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  • 2016
  • 2017
  • 2018
  • Issue No. 1/I
  • Issue No. 2/I
  • Issue No. 3/I
  • Issue No. 1/II
  • Issue No. 2/II
  • Issue No. 1/III
  • Issue No. 2/III
  • Issue No. 1/IV
  • Issue No. 2/IV
  • Issue No. 1/V
  • Issue No. Special Ed/V
  • Issue No. 1/VI
  • Issue No. 2/VI
  • Issue No. 1/VII
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Short Description

The Journal entitled „HumanRights in Law Enforcement” aimstopromotethevaluesunderlyingtheeducation for a democratic citizenship (EDC) as it wasdefinedbythe European Commission, as a set of practicesandactivities for training youngpeopleandadults as active andresponsiblecitizens in a democratic society. Also, wepromotehumanrightseducation (HRE) as a suite of programsandeducationalactivitiesthatpromoteequalityandhumandignity. Closelyintertwined, EDC and HRE relatewiththecontinuousdevelopmenteducation, the intercultural educationandtheeducation for peace. The mainfeature of EDC isit’s multidimensional, permanent, lifelongnatureandthe focus on thecommunity andpolicymakersand civil societyorganizations. The HRLE journalgoals are relatedwithpromotion of belongingandcommitmentto a democratic societyandalsoraisingawareness of thecommon fundamental valuesand building a freersociety, more just and more tolerant, in Europe.