Domingos da Cruz | The present article is a consequence of a larger project, originally titled “The Madman as a Cartesia...
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Domingos da Cruz
Domingos da Cruz holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Philosophy and Pedagogy from the IDBES (Don Bosco Institute of Higher Studies-Angola) and a Master’s Degree in Legal Sciences-Human Rights Area from the Federal University of Paraiba-UFPB-Brazil. Journalist, Writer with eight books published and winner of the National Prize of Human Rights, Ricardo de Melo Category in 2009. Member of the (NCDH) Center for Citizenship and Human Rights of the UFPB, acting in the Research Group on Public Security, Violence and Human Rights . He is also a guest member of the Research Group on Rhetoric and Human Rights of CCJ (Center for Legal Sciences). Professor of Human Rights, Philosophy of Education and Theory of Education. He was a spokesperson for the Institute for Media in the Southern Africa Region – MISA-Angola.