The program addresses, on the one hand, the theoretical refining and conceptual development of the dimensions concerning to the consolidation of the Rule of Law and the deepening in democracy. On the other hand, there is a special technical concern for the improvement and progress of the instruments and processes related to the fight against corruption and the promotion of good governance measures.
The program has among its objectives the pedagogical ordering and the generation of teaching materials suitable for educating on the culture of lawfulness to a plurality of possible audiences. Its introduction into the regulated education and the training of personnel highly qualified to implement policies of good governance, institutional rationalization and fight against corruption are key issues for this objective.
The consortium that forms the Program also offers a technical and applied profile. For that matter, it aims to establish transparency and liability protocols applicable to public administrations; as well as offering consultancy services for the implementation of participation measures and establishment of protocols of an ethical nature in both public administrations and private entities.
Evaluation of the existing situation regarding the deficits of processes of political legitimation and fight against corruption. This implies verifying the intersection between the variables of corruption, the fight against it and the levels of impunity with the social and political processes of delegitimation of institutions and the continuities and differences that it presents with other processes of loss or decline of legitimacy.
Eunomia. Journal on Culture of Lawfulness is transversal to different disciplines of the social sciences and the humanities, among them, stand out legal, political, sociological and philosophical. Its subjects deal with the legitimacy of the law and its obedience, paying special attention to the dev...
New book by Manuel Villoria, Professor of Political Science at the Rey Juan Carlos University of Madrid (URJC) and researcher of the Culture in Lawfulness Program.Corruption has become one of the most important problems in the entire planet. It affects economic growth, generates inequality and deleg...
It is already available the Volume 16 of Eunomía. Journal on Culture of Lawfulness, corresponding to the semester April 2019 - September 2019Journal Eunomia V. 16, click here
El próximo lunes 1 de abril, a las 14,00 horas, en el Club de Profesores de Getafe, hablará Juan Jiménez Mayor sobre el papel y las dificultades que encuentran para desplegar sus acciones, las Comisiones Internacionales Contra la Corrupción y la Impunidad.Juan Jiménez Mayor, además de Profesor...
Place: Facultad de Ciencias Jurídicas y Sociales, URJC. Seminario 167, edif. departamental, Campus de Madrid: Ps/Artilleros s/n (Vicálvaro)
Organized by: Esther González Hernández (GI FIIE)
Eunomia. Journal on Culture of Lawfulness is configured as an editorial commitment of semiannual periodicity, interdisciplinary profile and academic character that pursues an international projection and opts for an electronic, free and open spread.