Query : human rights respect
- Hostiou, René4
- Marguénaud, Jean-Pierre3
- Rebecca E. Tharme3
- A. S. Soler2
- Adoración Guamán2
- Adriana Lira2
- Ana Carolina Ribas2
- Antônio Walber Matias Muniz2
- Arlene S Kanter2
- Bordaš Bernadet2
- Bruna Nowak2
- Cândido Alberto Gomes2
- Čarna Brković2
- Cecilia Ivonne Narváez-Zurita2
- David DesBaillets2
- Débora Dossiatti de Lima2
- Deprez, Christophe2
- Fabiola de la Luz Lara Farfán2
- Gabriela Sacoman Kszan2
- Guilherme Ozório Santander Francisco2
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The influence of French law on the political regime in Mauritania
This study is about the political regime in Mauritania, especially with regards to the preponderant influence of French law on this regime – a strong influence on the state’s central administration and on decentralized local administration, as well as on the whole of the political institutions.The f...
Human rights and refuge: fundamental right to health from the perspective of Brazil’s single health system
Refugees leave their country of origin under different circumstances and go to other territories in search of safety, protection, health and even survival. The health of refugees may be weakened due to the trauma faced in the country of origin, as well as the whole process of refuge and arrival in t...
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.
Lot Condominium, between complexity and illusion : the legal nature of the condominiums
The concept of ownership in condominium in France is defined by the Article 1 of the Law of 10 July 1965 states: "This Act governs any building or group of buildings whose ownership is divided among several people, composed each one by a private part and a part of common areas. ".The Lot of condomin...
Requiring the applicant to pay too much a sum in respect of the amount of the deposit in practice amounts to depriving him of his appeal before the investigating judge: application of Article 6 of the European Convention on Human Rights
LA POBREZA EN JALISCO: UNA COMPARACIÓN REGIONAL
there is no doubt that one of the great achievements of the French Revolution was the idea of ‘democracy’ and the beginning of the struggles for the recognition of ‘human rights’ since the end of the 18th century and the beginning of the 19th century. The good ideas and laws that have given rise, ho...
Problematic practice of physical exercise: A clinical case.
Behavioral addictions are of growing interest in today’s world indicating the need for novel thermal methods of biopsychosocial type. Amongst the countless behavioral addiction, our clinical experience at CAPS (Centre d’Accompanement et de Prévention pour les Sportives) brought to our attention to t...
Older adults deprived of liberty in Colombia
"The aim of this text is to inform the concept of the largest adult (MA) and to characterise the largest adult population deprived of liberty (ampl) from a socio-demographic, legal, prison, psychological, sociological and economic perspective. It also aims to analyse the criminal capacity of MPs and...
Why a right to memory?
the article draws a distinction between ‘the right of memory’, which corresponds to all public rules and policies aimed, in particular, in societies that establish a democratic form of government and adhere to the rights of the human person, to account for the violations of human rights that have pr...
The fundamental right to physical culture and sport: a newly constitutionalised economic, social and cultural right in Mexico
Summary: The right to sport and physical culture, recognised as fundamental by the Mexican legal system in 2011, is the first step towards its realisation in our country. It is understood as the prerogative of the governor to acquire and develop knowledge relating to his body and movements and to th...
Right to privacy and freedom of expression: the second Von Hannover judgment disfavours Caroline de Monaco
Commentary on the second judgment of the European Court of Human Rights Von Hannover v Germany, 7 February 2012. Following the publication of photos in the German press, the Court carried out a review of the weighing up carried out by the German courts between the right to privacy of Princesse Carol...
The International Court of Justice and international law on reparation. Remarks in the margins of Ahmadou Sadio Diallo (Republic of Guinea v Democratic Republic of the Congo) of 19 June 2012
The Ahmadou Sadio Diallo case, between the Republic of Guinea assuming diplomatic protection for its national and the Democratic Republic of Congo, comes to an end with a somewhat unusual final judgment. In its decision of 19 June 2012, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) determines the amount...
Social justice and educational policy: extension of school places in early childhood education
The aim of this research was to investigate whether decisions guaranteeing places for children outside the age group provided for in the Federal Constitution have given effect to the right to education in the Metropolitan Region of Campinas. In order to respond to the problem, a diagnosis was made u...
The moral of belief in profits under
This article deals with a business morality that requires multinationals to respect the rules of justice, transparency and human rights in the countries where they establish themselves. This model renews the traditional conception of business ethics and the reasons for its spread relate to the trans...
Analysis of International Law on Human Trafficking with Children as The Victims
Trafficking in person is interpreted as resulting from a State of social disorganization and crime caused by the variety of social–related things. The social change causes women and children to leave their homes and villages to seek a windfall to the region or another country with a reason to increa...
Modernising the courts, land registers and cadastre
Computerisation is a process taking place in all segments of human society. Croatian law courts will have to undergo implementation of new sophisticated computer technologies. Bad working conditions in law courts are the primary problems requiring judicial system computerisation. In computerisation...
The impact of European Prison Rules on living conditions in French prisons
The prison has long been a greg area. Today, many eyes are focused on it, promoting the recognition and evolution of the positive rights of the imprisoned person which continue to expand and become generalized at a time when the issue of prisoners' rights is part of the integral part of the general...
Migration governance, strengthening the securitisation model in South America? The Venezuelan exodus and its challenges for the Colombian state
The article calls into question the model of migration governance adopted by South America in order to tackle the massive exodus of Venezuela. Some countries in the region have chosen to control migration through border militarisation, adopting securitist positions that add to the global trend of ta...
Production of curriculum in a school in the camp: an analysis on inclusion
This article sets out questions about the curricular experiences of a school in the camp located in a settlement of the Municipality of Nobres — Mato Grosso. The aim is to analyse curricular propositions that seek to articulate local demands and knowledge with guidelines expressed in the Curricular...
UNO and the promotion of the human rights in Africa : The case of French-speaking sub-Saharan Africa.
The present reflection on the framework of intervention of UNO in the field as of human rights, in French-speaking sub-Saharan, pursues two principal goals. The primary goal aims at showing that the United Nations Organization is very committed on the ground of the human rights, in the countries of...
Prerequisites for Systematic Fighting Terrorism
In modern world, global terrorism is deemed true menace to all countries of the world, especially to those being member states of anti-terrorist (AT) coalition. We all agree that no goal justifies terrorism, but nevertheless our approach must be based primarily on the principle of legal punishment,...
Child labour: a social reality in the Tamaulipas-Mexico State
The right to work in Mexico is the legal branch that seeks to balance the relationships of patterns and workers, so that this is done fairly, a statement that is valid when applied to the work of children, a vulnerable group that is conducive to abuse. Child labour, considered to be carried out by c...
Implementation of the Living programme and feeling heritage in a secondary school. A heritage sea
We present a project for teaching innovation in heritage education developed at a secondary school within the framework of the Vivir programme and feeling the heritage of the Regional Government of Andalusia. The aim is to create cooperative and collaborative work dynamics by studying heritage in it...
Heritage education is a question of the future. Reflections on the value of heritage for further progress towards critical citizenship
Heritage is present in the environment. He is living with him. It is there. It is consumed. It is enjoyed. Look at. But is it aware of why it is there? how has it reached the present? who decided to keep it? and how was it done? why does it continue to be preserved? what does it contribute? what rol...
Notes on the lexical of education in Jenofonte
In several previous studies I have had the opportunity to discuss the lexicon of education in various Greek authors by studying, within the V and IV, the works of Herdoto, Tucídides, Eurípides, Aristóphans, hypocratic treaties, Plaon and Aristotle. In this work I will address that vocabulary in Jeno...