This project, which is coordinated by Ana Isabel Pérez Cepeda, is composed for two subprojects. These have two main axes: in the first place, doing a revision about ideological bases which sustain aporophobic criminal law and analysing the manifestations of it (subproject 1); in the second place, offering legislatives alternatives of social justice (subproject 2). These legislatives alternatives are also aimed at letting the exoneration o of punishments of people who have committed the crime because of the exclusion o vulnerability condition. 

Likewise, this project pretends to guide the research about actions with minor harmfulness which are executed by exclusion people. Finally, it wants to added proposal about criminal reforms in order to protect outside people from crimes which are committed in theirs. 

Regarding to methodology, it is provided by juridical and criminological researching (1 and 2). Besides, it will be coordination between both subprojects with works areas and specific activities (3). 

1 – Coordinated project and subproject will use juridical methodology, that is to say, the analyses of criminal laws, jurisprudence and doctrine, as well as the deconstruction of essential concepts and formulation of lege ferenda criminal political proposals. Besides, criminological methodology will be used in order to achieve the objectives, specifically, the first objective in the subproject 1 (University of Salamanca). 

2- The distribution of this works areas is divided in two subjects: in the one hand, the report of aporophobic criminal system (University of Salamanca, and in the other hand, the formulation of a new criminal policy which has to protect exclusion people (University of Deusto). In any case, it will exist a monitoring of the degree of fulfilment of the general objectives of the coordinated project, with the consequent synergy 

3 – In the end, in respect of coordination between subprojects. The main researcher in both subprojects will have weekly meetings, in spite of the first meeting in the first semester with the aim of confirming objectives and work plans by telematic means. This information will be communicated to all researchers. Furthermore, at least it will be two meetings a year in order to: revise subproject, individual research work and organize events. 

This coordinated project has external experst: 

  • Hernán Hormazábal Malarée (Professor of Criminal Law, recently appointed by the Ministry of Justice of the Government of Spain as a member of the advisory council that will study the recovery of universal justice).  
  • Ricardo de Prada Solaesa (Magistrate of the National Court and international judge in the War Crimes Chamber of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia)  
  • Claudia Paz y Paz (formerly Secretary for Multidimensional Security of the Organization of American States)