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’, such as democracy, the rule of law, social justice and respect for human rights, ‘the increasing convergence of attitudes to life’, ‘the awareness of having speci c interests in common’, ‘the determination to take part in the construction of a united Europe’ and the willingness ‘to play an

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In: The Integration of Cultural Considerations in EU Law and Policies
Author: A. Wiesbrock

German regulation, that its application is con- sidered to be unacceptable.8 Th e provisions on spousal reunifi cation apply to persons who have entered into a marriage9 or, by virtue of Section 27(2) AufenthG, a homosexual part- nership. Same-sex partners within the meaning of the Life Partnership Act

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In: Legal Migration to the European Union
Author: A. Wiesbrock

also be set at a lower level of at least 1.2 times the average gross annual salary.135 Th is exception concerns mainly corporate and general managers and other business professionals, as well as teaching staff and professionals in the fi elds of physics, mathematics, engineering, life sci- ence and

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In: Legal Migration to the European Union
Author: A. Wiesbrock

./ Minderhoud, P., Security of Residence and Expulsion, pp. 41 ff . nationals from a country where close members of his or her family are living if the expulsion would lead to a breach of his right to family life.232 Th us, in family reunifi cation cases, the Court has considered a state’s obli- gation as a

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In: Legal Migration to the European Union

any individual living permanently or temporarily on EU territory (9th indent). 111 See Council Decision 2004/100/EC of 26 January 2004 establishing a Community action programme to promote active European citizenship (civic participation), OJ L 30, 4/2/2004, p. 6. 112 Supra n. 110, Art. 11. 113

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In: The Integration of Cultural Considerations in EU Law and Policies

appreciated immediately’, and stressed that harmonising domestic resale right systems should form part of the efforts deployed to improve the living and working conditions of cultural workers.200 In the framework programme of 1988–1992, launched with the aim of creating a European cultural area

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In: The Integration of Cultural Considerations in EU Law and Policies

burden of fully ensuring the well-being of its citizens in all fi elds of life, an additional effort is necessary which requires ascending to a higher level of complexity in discharging public tasks. Curiously enough, in Latin America general awareness of the diffi culty of fully implementing

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In: Austrian Review of International and European Law Online

of what the actual aim of associate citizenship would be: is it just a means to ensure the continuation of rights for nationals of exiting Member States living in other EU Member States, or does it have an own intrinsic or more deeply motivated aim? If the former is the case, why would UK nationals

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In: European Citizenship under Stress

risk of running out of energy. Th is has to be neutralized – but how? Competition is a strong motivating factor in most spheres of life and this is equally true when it comes to governments. Any government wants to compare favourably with some of its neighbouring countries, and probably all states

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In: The UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
Author: Evelien Brouwer

grounds or to fulfi l international obligations. In 1998, the so-called ‘Loi Chevènement ’ extended the duty to motivate refus- als of visas to several categories of visa refusals including decisions based on a SIS registration.57 Th is amendment to the French Immigration Act has led to a sig- nifi cant

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In: Digital Borders and Real Rights