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Author: Sanita Osipova

.2 Protection of a Person’s Right to Private Life and the Confidentiality of Personal Information 4.3 Physical Life is a Value, Whereas Health is a Value Subordinated to Life and Flowing from It 5 Summary and Reflection 1 Introduction Humanists first of all but later

In: International Law from a Baltic Perspective

responsibility for the health of the Rhine and their interest in its preservation thus motivated these watercourse States to form a cooperative community. Enforcing human rights worldwide is probably the community interest that is most detached from individual State interests. 35 Every State has a

In: The Community of Interest Approach in International Water Law

icc and of the unict s. Table 7 Penalties applicable to core crimes: Ethiopian law vis-à-vis the Statutes of the icc and unict s Penalty Ethiopian law icc Statute icty Statute ictr Statute Death √ X X X Life √ √ 38 √ √ Prison terms

In: Prosecution of Core Crimes in Ethiopia

good and offers a reliable instrument to govern our actions, as witnessed by the countless decisions that conscience enlightens in daily life. c Social and Religious Norms are Transcended through the Moral Sense Perceived by Personal Conscience Personal conscience allows everyone to judge

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In: Brill Research Perspectives in Law and Religion
Author: Ruth Deech

English law approaches the division of assets and the allocation of maintenance on di- vorce. I was motivated by the change from fault to irretrievable breakdown as the ground for divorce1 to look at principles that English law and lawyers had taken for granted for over a century. Why, I asked myself

In: Family Law in Britain and America in the New Century
Author: Nigel Lowe

child’, the ‘paramount consideration of the court or adoption agency must be the child’s welfare, throughout his life’. The requirement to consider the child’s welfare ‘throughout his life’ marks a further distinction between adoption orders, which have life-long effects, and orders made under the

In: Family Law in Britain and America in the New Century
Author: Frank Cranmer

must be entitled to reparation. In Davies , 31 Lord Templeman reiterated the ‘servant of God’ approach and concluded: The duties owed by the pastor to the church are not contractual or enforceable. A pastor is called and accepts the call. He does not devote his working life but his whole life

In: Brill Research Perspectives in Law and Religion
Author: Linda D. Elrod

cohabiting partner who has lived with a child since birth may have standing to petition to stay in the child’s life although there is no guaran- tee the court will allow it.11 As same-sex partners who were not married had children through adoption or assisted reproductive technology, a number of courts

In: Family Law in Britain and America in the New Century
Author: Thaddeus Metz

’ quality of life. Note, too, that a bit more than half of the population is poor, living on less than R779 per month, 74 and unemployment is somewhere between 25% and 40%, depending on one’s definition. It is well known that the overwhelming majority of the poor and unemployed are black. The lack of

In: The Limits of Transition: The South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission 20 Years on

“security mechanisms” that have to be “installed around the random element inherent in a population of living beings so as to optimize a state of life” (Foucault, “Society must be defended,” 67). Moreover, if biopolitics is at heart a technology of power employed to safeguard the people, then it is a matter

In: The Limits of Transition: The South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission 20 Years on