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to as ‘social welfare goals’ of the state under which it may endeavor for gradual improvement of commoner’s living standard. 24 The status of the economic and social rights within the fabric of the constitution has come under judicial scrutiny in a good number of cases. 25 The higher

In: International Human Rights Law Review
Author: Luisa Marin

I ’. After the analysis has given due account of these developments, the article reflects upon the dangers EU integration actors (EU and MSS ) run by ‘living on the edge’, developing in particular the challenges emerging from informalization of acts and emergency approaches for a community of

In: European Journal of Migration and Law
Author: Joanna Siekiera

-destructive activities that happened on the isolated island, which are a matter of scientific debate even now, there could have been 15 thousand people living there. 6 According to the census held in 2017, there are 7,750 people living on the Island, among which 60 per cent consists of indigenous people. 7

In: Asia-Pacific Journal on Human Rights and the Law

from the close intertwinement of both bodies of law in real life situations, mostly with regard to family members. The judgements in O. and S. and in Iida show that the existence of alternative legal paths to secure residence rights under the common migration policy may lead to a narrow reading of

In: European Journal of Migration and Law

of justice.’ However, it has stated that for a person who has been pardoned to qualify for compensation, the pardon must imply that there has been a miscarriage of justice and not just ‘motivated by considerations of equity.’ 27 Article 14(6) does not apply in a case where a person, although has

In: International Human Rights Law Review
Author: Anna Błuś

identifies ‘the power to wield authority over all individuals living in the territory’ as a key component of the modern concept of state sovereignty. 92 Bosniak defines it as the ‘power to admit and exclude aliens’ 93 and to ‘determine the composition of the community to which state obligations are owed

In: European Journal of Migration and Law

for every citizen and shall create conditions for free development of an individual, protect the life, honour, dignity and freedom, personal inviolability, natural and inalienable rights of a citizen. Every citizen shall be responsible before the State for performing the responsibilities entrusted to

In: Legislating for Equality

which harmony is established between this life and the hereafter and knowledge is combined with faith; and the role that this Ummah should play to guide a humanity confused by competing trends and ideologies and to provide solutions to the chronic problems of this materialistic civilization. Wishing

In: Legislating for Equality

subsection (c). b. Israel penal laws shall also apply to foreign offenses against – (1) the life, body, health, freedom or property of an Israel citizen, an Israel resident or a public servant, in his capacity as such; (2) the life, body, health, freedom or property of a Jew, as a Jew, or the property of a

In: Legislating for Equality

siege affect the right to life, physical integrity, citizenship, non-retroactivity of the criminal law, defense in a criminal case and freedom of conscience and religion, the right not to be subjected to torture, slavery or servitude, the right not to be subjected to cruel, inhuman or degrading

In: Legislating for Equality