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The Church of Belgium and the repentance towards Jews
In the aftermath of the Second World War, the commonly accepted idea was that the Church of Belgium had done its duty to the Jews who were victims of Nazi persecution. This feeling of ‘duty accomplished’ was encouraged by the highest authorities in the Jewish community, which, from the Liberation, h...
La détresse psychologique de la mère et ses besoins d'accompagnement à la suite du dévoilement de l'agression sexuelle de son enfant
Child sexual abuse is a prevalent social problem. The ratio of sexual abuse victims who are minor is considerable (Pereda, Guilera, Forns, & Gómez-Benito, 2009) While child sexual abuse has been associated with a number of various consequences in childhood, research also shows that they tend to pers...
Hitchhiking and Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Billboards on the Highway of Tears
Whether too much or the wrong kind, constraining Indigenous mobility is a preoccupation of the province of British Columbia. The province remains focused on controlling Indigenous mobility and constructing forms of contentious mobility, such as hitchhiking, as bad or risky. In Northwestern British C...
Indianisation and depoliticisation of the victims of the war in Peru. The example of the OOW Memorial
The OOW Memorial was made a tribute to the victims of the internal armed conflict in Peru (1980-2000). He is the work of artist Lika Mutal in coordination with various human rights activists and is a continuation of the work carried out by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (CVR). The anniversa...
Pedro Zulen and the defence of Indian rights: From the Pro-Indigene Association to radicality
Pedro Zulen (1889-1925), the Pro-Indigene Association (1909-1916) was set up to ensure that the rights that the Constitution grants to aboriginal people are effective. He engages in intense journalistic activity to denounce in newspapers and journals the abuse of which they are victims. Zulen suppor...
The international protection of the hostages
This thesis refers to the international legal problems represented by the hostage taking all over the world, especially in Colombia. Having as a goal the granting of the universal rights to life and to freedom, the States and the International community repress hostage taking. They adopt internation...
Paleopathological damage in the medieval leprey of Saint-Thomas d’Aizier (Eure): latest data
Lèpre is a particular disease in the Middle Ages, the representations of which vary between curse and benection, sacer and Sanctus, avers and setbacks in the same room that Durkheim referred to as ‘sacred’. Religious constructions, these ambivalent images have an impact on behaviour towards the inju...
Accident at work. Wilful misconduct of a member of staff. Rape at the workplace. Referral to the CIVI. Admissibility
What legal treatment for the personal data? Illustration by connected mobility and ' assurance
Conference " L ' assurance and the data element, Aix-en-Provence, FRANCE, 26-/04/2019-26/04/2019 The presentation recalls the key legal concepts for the protection of personal data, proposes a focus on “criminal offence data” and gives an account of the data needed by insurers, according t...
New areas of harm to victims of attacks
The Pisco earthquake of 15 August 2007: between emergency and reconstruction
More than three months have passed since the earthquake, which killed more than 500 people on the Peruvian coast, 200 km south of Lima. The number of victims is low in terms of the material damage recorded, but the number of victims is very high. While the event is almost forgotten internationally,...
Provision of a GIS in public health: application to access to stroke patients
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An example of a victimary inversion: the accusation of ritual murder and its derived forms
The analysis of the victimary device, proposed here, is based on the accusation of ritual murder against Jews. This accusation makes it possible to set up a victimary construction of Jews’ Haissers, which the Jews have used to justify and legitimise the deportation and extermination of Jews since th...
Le traitement fiscal des prestations de source belge accordées aux victimes d'une incapacité permanente
Socio-economic impacts of Genetically modified Organisms : the case of Bacillus thuringiensis cotton farmer suicides in India
India is the world’s second largest producer of cotton, after China. The total cotton area in India was 12.1 million hectares in 2011, accounting for approximately one fourth of the world’s total cotton area. After the advent of agricultural biotechnology, the Indian government, under the former pri...
Islamist groups between guerrilla and trade: Towards a consolidation of the Algerian regime?
multiple acts of sabotage, alongside the list of victims of this conflict, constitute Algeria’s tragic news: destruction of bridges, fires of wagons, hotels, vehicles, public companies, schools, town halls, etc. The media’s de-contextualised debriefing of these events leaves an impression of anarchy...
Methodology of the PACKING search
Project PACKING - Protection des migrants et des demandeurs d'asile, en particulier des femmes et des enfants originaires du Nigéria et victimes de traite des êtres humains Le projet PACKING repose sur l’hypothèse principale de l’implication de certains groupes religieux, Ladies’ clubs et groupes cu...
The stock exchange in the English Channel
In the English Channel (as elsewhere), the former land consolidation deteriorated the countryside, destroyed anti-ersive works and led to intense protests, until 27 July 1994 in Geffosses, in Geffosses, of a national Monument for nature and men who were victims of the land consolidation. However, la...
Rethinking the Role of Victims in Criminal Proceedings : Lawyers’ Normative Repertoire in France and the United States
International audience The extension of victims’ prerogatives in criminal proceedings has given rise to many years of heated debate, both in France and the United States. Through an examination of the doctrinal work undertaken by lawyers in both countries since the 1980s, this article highlights the...
The 20th ‘supbe’/supb century was also communism: his grave hopes on all continents were violent, his apogy and treason in Stalinism and finally his fall. In addition to the disputes concerning the extent of its wrongdoing or the number of its victims, the illusion on which it is based or the lies w...
International Day in Remembrance for the Victims of the Shoah
Wednesday 27 January 2016 — International Remembrance Day for the victims of the Shoah takes place every year on 27 January, the anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz-Birkenau camp. On this occasion, commemorations and events are organised around the world. For events planned in France, see...
Reparation before international judicial jurisdictions
The requirement to fully repair a damage is a well-established principle in different areas of international law. International judicial courts are particularly called upon to deal with this issue. The concept of remedy has evolved over time. This concept has reached a major turning point with the r...
Compensation for victims of accidents at work and occupational diseases, a (persistent) scandal in our modern societies
Lagrée (Michel) Roche (Jehanine). Memory tombs. Popular protest to the victims of the West Revolution
Lambert Yves. Lagrée (Michel) Roche (Jehanine). Memory tombs. Popular devotion to the victims of the Revolution in the West. In: Archives of social sciences of religions, No. 92, 1995. Islam in Europe. p. 116.
Yemen. The revolutionary turning point
‘pbCoédée Karthala — CEFAS.’/PB ‘Saudi Arabia’, ‘homeland of Ben Laden’, ‘Kingdom of Saba Queen’, ‘sixty million countries’: the clichés on Yemen stand out. The most populous country on the Arab Peninsula, the only republic in this region of the world, does not lack singularity and continues to be s...