11th International Conference on Human Rights, Olsztyn, Poland (Exploitaiton of the )

Venue: 11th Conference on Human Rights

Location: Olsztyn, Poland

Event Date/Time: Jun 03, 2011 End Date/Time: Jun 04, 2011
Registration Date: Apr 15, 2011
Early Registration Date: Jan 31, 2011
Abstract Submission Date: Jan 31, 2011
Paper Submission Date: May 15, 2011
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The Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn (Poland), the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn (Poland)

and

The Faculty of Law of the University of Bari (Italy)

invite submissions to


the 11th International Conference on Human Rights

June 3-4, 2011
Place: Olsztyn, Poland


All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act in the spirit of brotherhood towards one another (Article 1 of The Universal Declaration of Human Rights). Dynamic economic development in the twentieth and the twenty-first century forces us to look for newer and newer areas of exploitation. Production of basic products that are needed for the survival of the humanity is a history now. New technologies constantly heap on mankind with new inventions. Technological innovations are produced so quickly and on such a high scale, that man is not able to enjoy them anymore. Services sector is a new area of economic expansion what is confirmed by development of different forms of tourism, including even space trips.

Finally, the man himself has become the subject of economic exploitation. It has been relatively easily accepted, that in Asian countries, clothes for Europeans are very often made by children. Only few organizations discuss that problem. In many parts of the world, children are used for military purposes, abandoned on the streets. In Europe there are many hidden forms of slavery labor and work without social security. Development of economy is not always consistent with the quoted principle of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights or the love for neighbor and is reflected in the legal system. In many countries, prostitution, drug trade, euthanasia and abortion have been legalized. Trafficking in people and human organs prospers. Slogans of freedom, equality, liberation are only a justification for such actions and the economic concept of profit at any cost is hidden behind them.

It is worth considering the real intentions of many today's economic activities, especially in the view of cultural collision. Globalization of the world leads inevitably to confrontation between Christian, Islamic, Jewish, secular and other systems of values. However, the most important in all of that is the man.






Abstracts (300-500 words) are due January 31st, 2011. (Please include name, position, affiliation, title, and up to ten key words with your abstract.) Papers are welcome in English, Italian, and Polish*.

The committee will inform authors of its decision regarding participation no later than April 30. A definitive conference program will be posted by the 15th of May 2011.

Papers:
All papers should be written based on our template.
The suggested citation standard is http://www.law.cornell.edu/citation/.
When sending your paper (email it to: humanrights.uwm@gmail.com) please include "11th Conference Paper" in the subject line.



The conference fee does not cover costs of hotel or travel to Olsztyn; however the conference organizers can assist with recommended hotels and recommended travel arrangements.

Some Papers from the previous Iternational Conferences on Human Rights have been published by the Cambridge Scholar Press.

Venue

Biblioteka Uniwersytecka, ul.Oczapowskiego 12b
Olsztyn
Poland
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Additional Information

Conference fee: 400 zł for Guests from Poland who wish to present a paper, 300 zł for Guests from Poland who do not wish to present a paper, 70 € for foreign Guests The participation in the Conference should be notified no later than April 15. Conference fee should be paid no later than May 15.

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