Constitution and Inclusion – challenges for the coming decades
Is it possible to think of modern democracy without the presence of the foreigner? Or, would democracy only be possible with the presence of the foreigner? Constitution became a matrix to guide the inclusion of the foreigner together with other statutes. Nonetheless, can we consider our current understanding of constitution and human rights enough to accept the foreigner? With multiple methods, this panel is seeking to shed some light on this issue. The coming decades may repeat what has been happing over and over. There is a general effort to phantom to grasp the roots of cultural intolerance, and several studies are looking for a better contribution to reshape the institutions in order to make them more inclusive. All in all, we are after better comprehension of global consciousness that can reduce or dissolve any internal conflict related to the identity of the unfamiliar (Unheimlich).