THE EUROPEAN HUMAN RIGHTS CULTURE 

 EUROPEAN HUMAN RIGHTS CULTURE 

RIGHT TO HAPPINESS

 13-15 DECEMBER, 2018

6th edition

GENERAL OBJECTIVES

   Theoretical and philosophical right to happiness, as a constitutional right;

Ÿ  Culture happiness in an inequitable world;

Ÿ  Chance equality;

Ÿ  Tolerance and solidarity;

Ÿ  Social happiness as a result of human solidarity;

Ÿ  Stimulating interest in human rights and fundamental freedoms involvement, within a society committed to respecting the dignity and personality of each individual; 

Ÿ  Developing the understanding of the relationship between state and citizen - a way to substantiate the theory that man is in the core state; the ratio between public rights and freedoms and fundamental duties of citizens;

Ÿ  Promoting international documents on human rights;

Ÿ  Promoting  the right to education in the follow up academic education;

Ÿ  Developing the capacity for knowledge and understanding the role of law as a factor of social behavior rates.

 SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES

 Ÿ  Research awareness of rights and obligations among young people – high school students and university students- as well as among teachers  within the "Dimitrie Cantemir” Christian University; 

Ÿ  Informing and educating young people and other social groups on human rights and public freedom;

Ÿ  Developing interactive communication skills on human rights and fundamental freedom, and on the fundamental correlative duties and obligations; increasing the young people and adults’ awareness about the need to respect human rights and correlative obligations;

Ÿ   Increasing the quality of programs for young people in the civil, political, social and economic rights;

Ÿ  Disseminating largely information on human rights and correlative obligations, by developing a material to be published in the conference communications.