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Entries Labeled: Human rights (18)

 

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Anti-Semitism

History While the main activity of anti-Semitism has manifested itself in Germany, Russia, Rumania, Austria-Hungary and France, its vibratory influences have been felt in other countries when conditions favourable to its extension have Great Britain, &c. presented themselves. In England [...]

Categories: su1 and Uncategorized. Tags: Discrimination and Human rights.



Brighton Declaration of the European Court of Human Rights

The 47 member nations of the Council of Europe agreed a package of reforms at a conference in Brighton in 2012. These reforms were published in the Brighton Declaration. The plan is to amend the introduction to the European Convention on Human Rights (known as the preamble) to include the [...]

Categories: B, Civil and Human Rights, Constitutional Law, International Law, and su1. Tags: BR, European Court of Human Rights, European Law, and Human rights.



Equality Impact Assessment

Equality Impact Assessment (EIA) in the Context of Equality Law The meaning of Equality Impact Assessment (EIA), published by the Equality and Diversity Forum (a United Kindom network of equality and human rights organisations), is the following: is a formal structured approach to assessing [...]

Categories: Constitutional Law, E, International Law, and su1. Tags: EQ, Equality Law, and Human rights.



Equality of Opportunity

Equality of opportunity in the Context of Equality Law The meaning of Equality of opportunity, published by the Equality and Diversity Forum (a United Kindom network of equality and human rights organisations), is the following: means everyone having an equal opportunity to achieve their full [...]

Categories: Constitutional Law, E, International Law, and su1. Tags: EQ, Equality Law, Human rights, and Short Read.



Freedom of Association

Definition of Freedom of Association In accordance with the work A Dictionary of Law, this is a description of Freedom of Association : A right set out in Article 11 of the European Convention on Human Rights and now part of UK law as a consequence of the *Human Rights Act 1998. This right [...]

Categories: Constitutional Law, F, International Law, and su1. Tags: FR, Freedoms, Human rights, and Short Read.



Freedom of Expression

Definition of Freedom of Expression In accordance with the work A Dictionary of Law, this is a description of Freedom of Expression : A right set out in Article 10 of the European Convention on Human Rights and now part of UK law as a consequence of the *Human Rights Act 1998. Freedom of [...]

Categories: Constitutional Law, F, International Law, and su1. Tags: FR, Freedoms, and Human rights.



Human Rights

Human Rights in the Context of Equality Law Resources Equality Topics Equality Law Equality Act Equality Legislation Human Rights Asylum and Refugee Topics Political Asylum Refugees Asylum Asylum Law Refugee Crisis Refugee Action Refugee Definition Political Asylum Definition Right of [...]

Categories: Constitutional Law, H, International Law, and su1. Tags: Equality Law, HU, Human rights, and Short Read.



Human Rights (ECHR) Milestone Cases

ADT v United Kingdom - 35765/97 (BAILII: [2000] ECHR 402 )  Aerts v Belgium - 25357/94 (BAILII: [1998] ECHR 64 )  Ahmed & Ors v United Kingdom - 22954/93 (BAILII: [1998] ECHR 78 )  Ahmed v Austria - 25964/94 (BAILII: [1996] ECHR 63 ) (1997) 24 EHRR [...]

Categories: Cases, Constitutional Law, H, International Law, and su1. Tags: Courts, ECHR, HU, Human rights, and Long Read.



Victimisation

Victimisation in the Context of Equality Law The meaning of Victimisation, published by the Equality and Diversity Forum (a United Kindom network of equality and human rights organisations), is the following: means treating a person badly because they have made or supported a complaint about [...]

Categories: Constitutional Law, International Law, su1, and V. Tags: Discrimination, Discrimination Law, Equality Law, Human rights, Short Read, and VI.