Ana Rita Simões Ribeiro was one of the winners of the UMinho Prize for Initiation in Scientific Research 2020, having been awarded in the Humanities and Social Sciences Panel, together with José Nuno Ferreira Teixeira and Daniela Alexandra Ferreira da Costa.

The award session took place last Friday, April 30th, and was attended by the Dean of the University of Minho, Professor Rui Vieira de Castro, and the Minister of Science, Technology and Higher Education, Professor Manuel Heitor, who praised the excellence of the works presented.

The study presented by Ana Rita Simões Ribeiro was developed in the framework of the project InclusiveCourts, under the supervision of the project’s PI, JusGov Director, Patrícia Jerónimo, and was designed to map how the principle of equality is interpreted and applied by Portuguese courts to the solution of cases involving ethnic, religious or linguistic minorities.

JusGov congratulates Ana Rita Simões Ribeiro, as well as the project’s team.

May 3rd, 2021

Ana Rita Simões Ribeiro was one of the winners of the UMinho Prize for Initiation in Scientific Research 2020, having been awarded in the Humanities and Social Sciences Panel, together with José Nuno Ferreira Teixeira and Daniela Alexandra Ferreira da Costa.

The award session took place last Friday, April 30th, and was attended by the Dean of the University of Minho, Professor Rui Vieira de Castro, and the Minister of Science, Technology and Higher Education, Professor Manuel Heitor, who praised the excellence of the works presented.

The study presented by Ana Rita Simões Ribeiro was developed in the framework of the project InclusiveCourts, under the supervision of the project’s PI, JusGov Director, Patrícia Jerónimo, and was designed to map how the principle of equality is interpreted and applied by Portuguese courts to the solution of cases involving ethnic, religious or linguistic minorities.

JusGov congratulates Ana Rita Simões Ribeiro, as well as the project’s team.

May 3rd, 2021