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civilizing and historical role of the Islamic Ummah which God made the best nation that has given mankind a universal and well-balanced civilization in which harmony is established between this life and the hereafter and knowledge is com- bined with faith; and the role that this Ummah should play to guide

In: Legislating for Equality
Authors: Nina Osin and Dina Porat

promotion ofemployment: Decree no. 05-953 Article 62: 'The dismissal or sacking of a worker shall be nul1 and void if motivated by:... (iv) Discrimination for reasons of sex, race, religion, opinion or language...' Article 63: 'The following acts of hostility equivalent to a dismissal are

In: Legislating Against Discrimination

criterion, one of the following: (a) Murder of members of the group. (b) Serious impairment to bodily or mental harm of members of the group. (c) Deliberately inflicting on the group conditions of life calculated to bring about its physical destruction in whole or in part. (d) Imposing measures

In: Legislating for Equality
Authors: Nina Osin and Dina Porat

.cajpe.org.peIRIJ/bases/legiiaicolombialcol-l .htrn> 202 COLOMBIA OFFENCES AGAINST LIFE AND PERSONAL INTEGRITY First chapter : concerning genocide Genocide Article 101: 'Whoever with the purpose of partially or totally destroy a national, ethnic, racial, reli- gious or political group acting in the framework of the Law, on grounds groups mem

In: Legislating Against Discrimination
Author: Tove H. Malloy

. Weak implies lack of resources to cope with sud- den, extensive or dramatic changes to the worse of his/her life situation, whereas vulnerable is a person who is in a situation where he/she is in risk of being the object of changes. Th e per- son who is resource-weak is thus also vulnerable, whereas

In: Double Standards Pertaining to Minority Protection

– Protection of right to life “1. No person shall be deprived of his or her life intentionally except in the execu- tion of a sentence of death imposed by a court of competent jurisdiction in respect of a criminal offence for which the penalty is death under the Laws of The Gambia as they have effect in

In: Legislating for Equality

the human person and human dignity.” Article 32 – Right to identity and privacy 1. “The right to personal identity, civil capacity, nationality, a good name and reputation, likeness, free speech, and privacy in personal and family life shall be recognized for all. 2. The law shall establish

In: Legislating for Equality
Author: Meena Bhamra

law would be applied by the English courts as the choice of law in many disputes. Furthermore, most immigrants who adopt a domi- cile of choice in this country still follow family customs dissimilar from those of the indigenous population. These customs, deeply engrained into the way of life of the

In: Law and Ethnic Plurality
Author: Wolfram Heise

how far Chile could become a 'pattern' for Latin America6 from economic and social premises - and this, after other 4 In the present there are still eight different indigenous peoples living in Chile representing about 7,5-10% of the national population. These are the Mapuche, the Aymara, the Rapa

In: International Yearbook for Legal Anthropology, Volume 11

framework through which persons not only identify themselves and associate with others and the world, but also communicate with the dead, the living, those yet to be born and, ultimately, God.15 In short, for many in Africa, culture expresses a way of life as well as a world-view.16 Clearly, depriving a

In: Taking Ethno-Cultural Diversity Seriously in Constitutional Design