Ombudsman Office meets with Federal Prosecutor for the Rights of the Citizen (Brazil) to discuss the topic “The enforcement of rights in the digital age: the role of the Ombudsman”.
By initiative of the Justice and Governance Research Centre (JusGov) and the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence “Digital citizenship and technological sustainability: pursuing the effectiveness of the CDFUE in the digital decade (CitDig)”, of the Law School of the University of Minho, a meeting was promoted between representatives of the Ombudsman Office and the Federal Prosecutor’s Office for Citizens’ Rights (Brazil), to discuss the topic “The enforcement of rights in the digital age: the Ombudsman’s role”. The event took place on 5 May at the Law School of the University of Minho, in Braga, and was recorded on video for access by the master’s degree students in European Union Law, under the European Commission Erasmus+ programme.
The Federal Prosecutor’s Office for the Rights of the Citizen (Federal Public Prosecutor’s Office, Brazil) was represented by Carlos Alberto Vilhena (Federal Prosecutor for the Rights of the Citizen), Leyza Ferreira Domingues (International Advisor to the PFDC) and Allana Albuquerque Sousa Silva (Head of Communication at the PFDC). The Ombudsman’s Office was represented by Ravi Afonso Pereira (Deputy Ombudsman), Cristina Sá Costa (Head of International Relations) and Duarte Geraldes (Adviser).