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The civil servant confronted with the official candidacy (1852-1870) -a contribution to a revaluation of the democratic and liberal caesarism-
The image of the Second Empire was disgraced for a long time in our national culture. Indeed the French defeat at Sedan, Victor Hugo’s diatribes and the Coup combined to firmly corroborate the dark vision of the period. Yet some historical studies have partly restored it by showing the reality of th...
From anticolonialism to Algerian women’s rights. The lives of Simone Ben Amara (1924-2011)
Need to colonial Algeria in 1924 and died in Paris in 2011, Simone Ben Amara appears to have lived several lives, during which his assignments and affiliations of class, gender and ‘race’ were blurred. Daughter of settlers, she became anticolonialist and Marxist. Jewish of Algeria and a French citiz...
The sustainable protection of vulnerable persons in civil law
The article of law dated 5 March 2007 regarding legal protection of adults has raised a guideline the issue of protection and autonomy of the protected persons. Conciliation of this double paradoxical injunction - protecting and empowering - gives the law a humanist framework. In order to give capab...
Act 9 and employment relationships in the construction industry in Quebec
In 1973 the Government of Quebec, by Law 9, substantially amended the Act on Labour Relations in the Construction Industry. The author highlights these changes and sets out the consequences.
The independence of the public audiovisual sector of the political institutions in France and Germany: comparative law study
The independence of public audiovisual media in political institutions is a necessary condition for its function. In France and Germany, the protection of this independence by means of the law follows different strategies due to the profoundly different development of the history of audiovisual law...
The managerial logic of the societal responsibility of the researcher teacher at a school of management
The normative foundations of corporate social responsibility (CSR), transposed to the research teacher in management sciences, are interpellent because of the many paradoxes they raise. This article, which is interdisciplinary by law and management, seeks to ascertain what recovery of liability, and...
Scientific publications in 2020
Muriel Rebourg, A search for vulnerable persons under French private law, in ‘Vulnerability in international, European and comparative law’, (ss. Dir. ss. Dir. A. Boujeka and M. Roccati) PU de Paris Nanterre. Olivier Crasset (2020), Advantages and reversal of self-reliance on home-help in direct emp...
But who were the Welsh Roman painters?
the presence of a wall coating is constant on the buildings of the Roman world. But we know little about who did it, especially as literary sources are missing. Only few funeral monuments — three entries, a bas-relief — explicitly allude to it. Compared with what seems to be the rule in Italy, it do...
Speech on Ireland’s adherence to the laws of the Parliament of England
The famous pamphlet of physician and philosophsopher William Molyneux, born and dead in Dublin (1656-1698), The Case of Ireland being bound by acts of Parliament to England Stated (1698) or Speech on Ireland’s reliance on the laws of the Parliament of England, is, through his vision of the historica...
Constitutions and democratic transitions in Côte d’Ivoire from 1990 to 2012
Côte d’Ivoire has experienced four democratic transitions with similar trajectories since its independence in 1960. These transitions driven by internal and external influences, through numerous constitutional reforms, hardly lead to democratisation and the establishment of the rule of law. The purp...
Changes in the condition of widows into Catalan: An analysis of changes in the dotal system, usufruct and heritable practices in the Gerona region (1770-1860)
In an indivisible inheritance system such as that practised in Catalonia, most women’s participation in the property of their families was reduced to their dots. Moreover, the rights of usufruct over the property of the husband which were legally recognised to widows were very limited; the marital e...
The civil obligations and victims of abduction in Colombia
The article deals with the victims of abduction in Colombia and the development of case-law by the Constitutional Court, which, in accordance with the principle of solidarity, resulted in a criminal policy that transformed the civil obligations assumed by them prior to the abduction. The question of...
Resignificance of rural education since the movement of landless rural workers (MST) in Brazil, Paraná State: the case of itinerant schools
The Movement of Tra — Without Land Lowers (MST) in Brazil fights for an autonomous school education that is geared to its struggle for a People’s Agrarian Reform. Movi — Currency is in tension between autonomy and institutionalisation vis-à-vis the State. The Routing Schools are the clear expression...
The TERRITORIAL recompositions OF PART AND OTHER THE Pyrenees
The topic at issue today is a particularly topical topic on both sides of the Pyrenees: in France, the contested law of 16 December 2010, known as the territorial reform law, introduced the cessation of national policy, systematised and simplified inter-municipal grouping, required the extension of...
Access policies at the National University of La Plata: An analysis of the entry strategies since the penalty of the Law on Higher Education (1995-2015)
This research aimed to analyse and understand the policies on access to the National University of La Plata and the ways in which they are processed in different academic units, using ad hoc entry strategies, from the analysis of power relations (including tensions, resistance, negotiations, strateg...
Herrera-Tapia, B. and Álvarez-Estrada, J. (2015). The market and the contractual freedom of consumers in opt-in contracts.
the contract conceived in the context of liberal individualism became the final result of an offer and acceptance process which shaped the expression of two wills seeking to safeguard their interests while seeking to materialise the agreement. However, mass production processes, the market economy,...
Status of French at the Ecole Supérieur de Banque d’Algiers: FLE, FOS OR FLS?
to Algeria’s independence, the Arabic classic’renvoi id = ‘re1no28’ idref = ‘No 28’ typeref = ‘note’ b1 '/renvoib was established as a national and official language (Constitution of 1963), thus conferring on French a status as a foreign language. The implementation of this policy has resulted in th...
Decentralisation outside the centre: Debates on territorial autonomy in Bolivia (2005-2019)
From important moments in Bolivian history, where regionalisation and decentralisation involved political debates and activities, in recent years the pressure and assertive positions of the Amazon departments, known as the ‘Media Luna’, show in a deeply heterogeneous country, with the prominent pres...
One country or two systems?
since the beginning of June this year, Hong Kong has been shaken by constant demonstrations involving a large part of the population. Initially, millions of people went to the streets to protest against a bill to extradite ‘criminals’ to China. Following ever more open attacks on the freedoms of the...
Introduction to the nonparametric tests
Today we will start the part of the course on the tests, with an introduction with non-parametric tests. In line with what has been done so far, we will speak of law adjustment tests, but also more diverse tests, such as independence tests (between successive observations). The most classical test i...
Academic time is a time for debate, often lively, and misunderstandings. Autonomy in an increasingly globalised context, reception capacities and various restructuring events have brought lawyers to grasp, and continue to study, the contemporary history of legal faculties. A lot of work has revealed...
The sport project of the Franco-Ontarian bodies and their demands to the provincial government
The author assumes that the Franco-ontarian sport project reflects the society project of Ontario’s French-speaking minority, as it is part of the development of an institutional network within the community, and that it offers ways to increase the possibilities of interacting in French between Fren...
Women’s debt and (in) dependency in a migration context
The studies generally produced on the phenomenon of ‘trafficking’ in human beings give women either full victims or, conversely, full autonomy. On the basis of ethnographic documents on different contexts of female migration, this article seeks to identify the debt to which foreign women who are vic...
Forming Community benchmarks to build autonomy: Training of community leaders of social organisations on the basis of non-formal educational practices in the region The Platform Berisso-Ensenada
Since 2002 from various UNLP academic units, we have made efforts to maintain links with social organisations on the periphery of the region La Platform-Berisso-Ensenada. Based on the experience of research and advice to organisations in peripheral neighbourhoods on the basis of voluntary or other e...
The regional issue through La Vanguardia and ABC: the discussion of the LOAPA (31 July 1981)
The following draft consists of analysing the starting point of the current state of autonomous communities and the debate brought about by the Organic Law harmonising the Autonomous Process (LOAPA) through the national ABC and Vanguardia newspapers. The study period runs from 23 February 1981 to 15...