Query : Justice access
- Leticia Angela Zapata6
- Humberto Flores-Landeros4
- José Manuel Rodríguez-Flores4
- Pablo Gruttadauria4
- Ana Grace F. Alvarado3
- Angel Santiago Fernandez-Bou3
- Josué Medellín-Azuara3
- Spencer A. Cole3
- Vidal, Dominique3
- Agustín Vélez Massa2
- Alexander Guzman2
- André Filipe Pereira Reid dos Santos, Doutor, Professor da FDV-ES2
- Angelica Macklin2
- Boelens, Rutgerd2
- Bruins, Bert2
- Cara Santino2
- Caricielli Maisa Longo2
- Chia Thao2
- Christine M. Porter2
- Cojocaru Violeta2
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The Dilemma of Copyright in Sub-Saharan Africa: Ghana in Focus
A just, fair and equitable international copyright system is vital for the proper functioning of knowledge development and access. Thus copyright law has come to occupy the centre stage of international economic development and countries identify it as a powerful catalyst in fostering national econo...
The local urbanism plan to the test of the norms hierarchy
The Local Urbanism Plan (LUP) set, within the respect of the norms hierarchy, the using rules of the soil on his territory. This hierarchy is constituted by a number of norms and principles which kept growing more and more since it was decentralized. Even though they’re different, these norms are al...
Tribute to Viviane Isambert-Jamati
Ce dossier de la Revue française de pédagogie est entièrement dédié à l’œuvre de Viviane Isambert-Jamati, disparue le 19 novembre 2019. Pendant plus de trente ans, celle-ci a occupé une position très originale dans le paysage de la sociologie de l’éducation. Elle affirme, dès 1969, que « la détermin...
National Corrections Reporting Program, 1991-2018: Selected Variables
<p>The National Corrections Reporting Program (NCRP) compiles offender-level data on admissions and releases from state prison, post-confinement community supervision and year-end prison custody records. The data are used to monitor the nation's correctional population and address specific policy qu...
Access to justice for women in situations of gender-based violence
Access to justice is a civil and fundamental right essential to ensure equality between citizens of a state. We will address the main obstacles faced by women victims of gender-based violence in accessing, remaining in, and achieving a beneficial outcome. We will also concentrate on the point of con...
Health consequences and aggravations evidenced by COVID-19 in Brazilian indigenous populations: an integrative review
Este estudo objetivou realizar uma revisão integrativa acerca dos estudos que identificaram a influência da pandemia na saúde de indígenas brasileiros, a fim de agrupar estas informações e gerar dados pertinentes à uma análise qualitativa. Foram realizadas buscas nas bases de dados Scielo, Pubmed e...
Citizens and Community law: given the elitarian uses of legal remedies before the EU courts
In view of the specific features of the Union’s political system, it is tempting to emphasise the non-republican and ‘composite’ nature of European citizenship. This would be based, inter alia, on the possibility for individuals to defend their interests before the Court of Justice of the European C...
Access to labour justice, perception and consequences of workers separated from their employment
Summary: In labour matters in the south of Jalisco, the inhabitants of the 28 municipalities within the jurisdiction of the Seventh Special Conciliation and Arbitration Board have to move to Zapotlán el Grande in order to enforce their rights, resulting in economic complications due to transfer and...
The Domestic Workers’ Union in Rio de Janeiro: an observatory for the transformation of domestic employment in Brazil
This article aims to highlight the main dimensions of the work of the union of domestic workers in the municipality of Rio de Janeiro. He began by mentioning how the access of domestic workers to new social rights had led to the formation of a new sense of fairness among the right people and contrib...
Power and Prosecution
This book contains some of the papers that were presented at the first meeting of the newly formed African Expert Study Group on International Criminal Law / Groupe des Experts Africaines en Droit Pénal International held in September 2011 in Brussels, Belgium. The group was established under the au...
Exhaustion of administrative remedies vs effective judicial protection (towards reasonable modulation of access to justice)
Citizens’ access to constitutional justice study comparative France- Belgium- Canada. The context in comparative law. General presentation and French situation
Making Sense of Internationalization via Strategic International Research Partnerships. Faculty Members' Experiences in a Canadian University
Specialization: Educational Administration and Leadership Degree: Doctor of Philosophy Abstract: The purpose of this study was to explore the experiences of academics at the University of Alberta who were involved in strategic international research partnerships with institutions located in two over...
The global visa cost divide: How and why the price for travel permits varies worldwide
Visas are an important means for countries to regulate the potential access of non-nationals to their territory. Past datasets and quantitative research on visas have focused on visa waivers, ignoring the fact that visas, where demanded, can vary greatly by cost. This paper presents a novel dataset...
The reforms of legal organization to the test of the right of access to the courts : contribution to a reconstruction in favor of the litigant
The right of access to the Courts is to provide litigants a concrete and effective access to judges in order to obtain a Court's decision. The State has to ensure such an access to the Courts in a way to better adress litigants' needs. However, the State's managerial vision on the national budget si...
Interculturalism and Access to Justice: generating open and inclusive spaces for legal advice in Abasto, Pcia. Buenos Aires
In recent decades there has been a reconfiguration of Argentinian agriculture with the consolidation of the agrongotium model as the dominant form. This form of economic concentration excludes and segregates lxs puxs productorxs. Lxs productorxs of the family farming of Gran La Plata are affected by...
Access to justice for environmental NGOs guaranteed by the Aarhus Convention and interest in bringing proceedings at the Council of State
Activists from the Justice and Development Party in Morocco and Ennahdha in Tunisia: forms of engagement and organisation
The integration of Ennahdha (Tunisia) and the Justice and Development Party (Morocco) into the established political game has led to the feminisation of these Islamist parties and has had an impact on women activists in their ranks. The article shows that women have been involved in the construction...
Women Judges in the Muslim World
Women Judges in the Muslim World: A Comparative Study of Discourse and Practice fills a gap in academic scholarship by examining public debates and judicial practices surrounding the performance of women as judges in eight Muslim-majority countries (Indonesia, Malaysia, Pakistan, Syria, Egypt, Libya...
Admissibility of evidence in the European criminal justice area
Admissibility of evidence is one of the most crucial and complicatedissues in the European Union’s area of freedom, security and justice. However, thedifficulties regarding the use of evidence gathered in one Member State inproceedings in another Member State through the mechanisms of judicialcooper...
The contribution of intelligence to metaphysical questions among young people with high intellectual potential
(PSYE — Psychological and Education Sciences) — UCL, 2020
Ishaq v Canada: “Social Science Facts” in Feminist Interventions
This article examines the role of social science in feminist intervener advocacy, focusing on the 2015 case ofIshaq v Canada (Minister of Citizenship and Immigration). InIshaq, a Muslim woman challenged a Canadian government policy requiring her to remove her niqab while reciting the citizenship oat...
Humanity is going through a convulsive time. Without mentioning any particular reference - which would always be incomplete anyway - it is visible as a first sign, the emergence of outbreaks and social protests that take the streets of not a few cities along the planet: the activation of the civil s...
Recognizing geographic and cultural alterity through sport? Institutionalizing the Arctic Games
International audience The article studies the emergence and growth of the Arctic Games on the basis of a comparison with other attempts of re-appropriation of the Olympic model. How was the autonomist strategy that founds these games born? Beyond the question of access to sporting practices, the go...
The Eternal Dissident
The Eternal Dissident offers rare insight into one of the most inspiring and thought-provoking Reform rabbis of the twentieth century, Leonard Beerman, who was renowned both for his eloquent and challenging sermons and for his unrelenting commitment to social action. Beerman was a man of powerful wo...