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to the respondents who have little trust in politicians. 46 We also have three independent variables based on the intergroup contact theory. Urbanity measures whether the respondent is living in an urban or a rural area (1 – “a big city”; 5 – “farm or home in countryside”). Previous studies

In: International Journal on Minority and Group Rights

: strategic, cognitive or legitimating. Strategic usages are the most common and they a motivated by intentional goals, aims to increase own gains and to seize new opportunity structures. A cognitive usage, on the other hand, refers to an act of articulating and spreading ideas that explain and interpret a

In: International Journal on Minority and Group Rights
Author: Richard Healey

autonomous life there is sufficient reason to recognise that he possesses a power of consent over the rights that generally prohibit medical interventions. By way of contrast, young children generally fail to meet the normative condition in the context of self-regarding medical treatment. We do not think

In: International Journal on Minority and Group Rights
Authors: Jamal Barafi and Nael Georges

), when it defined ‘community’ in its advisory opinion on the Greek-Bulgarian Communities case as: 3 By tradition, the ‘community’ is a group of persons living in a given country or locality, having a race, religion, language and traditions of their own and united by this identity of race

In: International Journal on Minority and Group Rights

. 12 Taking an average life expectancy of 50 years for each generation (21 generations x 50 years = 1,050 years), the ancestors of Baasoo-Liban Oromo have lived in these three districts in two regional states for over a thousand years. Based on this genealogical data, the framing of the Oromo

In: International Journal on Minority and Group Rights

of citizens of a state, constituting a numerical minority and in a non-dominant position in that state, endowed with ethnic, religious or linguistic characteristics which differ from those of the majority of the population, having a sense solidarity with one another, motivated, if only implicitly, by

In: International Journal on Minority and Group Rights
Author: Bhimraj M 

the Second Round Table Conference, to claim constitutional safeguards. 102 However, Ambedkar believed only “fraternity, which was another name of religion”, not formal equality, could ensure Dalits a life of dignity and such fraternity, which was absent in Hinduism, was guaranteed in Buddhism

In: International Journal on Minority and Group Rights

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