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Author: Louis J. Kotzé

Anthropos (understood here to refer to a small and particularized, but powerful and privileged, subset of the past and present global human population), 8 and with the myriad socio-ecological injustices arising from such human domination of the Earth system and of the vulnerable living order. I do not

In: Journal for European Environmental & Planning Law
Author: Ludwig Krämer

which gave the following rights to Mother Earth: right to life, to the diversity of life, to water, to clean air, to equilibrium, to restoration and to a living free of pollution. 34 The content of these rights was not further developed. This Law was completed by a Framework Law of 2012 35

In: Journal for European Environmental & Planning Law
Author: Katalin Kelemen

political parties (Fidesz and kdnp ) 17 that had been the main authors of the new constitution. A month later, the ECtHR delivered two other judgments against Hungary relating to life imprisonment without parole and concerning the dismissal of the President of the Hungarian Supreme Court. 18 The

In: Review of Central and East European Law

1 Introduction This article focuses on a critical issue for Russia today: whether non-traditional religious associations pose a threat to national security and, if so, how far the government can go to limit their activity under the guise of protecting national security. This issue has become

In: Review of Central and East European Law

of the principle of equality, and to equal opportunities in accessing higher education and professional life. Following the same reasoning, the Russian authorities motivated a refusal to allow pre-school education in the Republic of Karelia to take place exclusively in the Karelian language by

In: Review of Central and East European Law

the cultural and spiritual values of the nation, absorbs the best of world culture, combats feudal and bourgeois ideologies and the influences of imperialist and colonia- list culture; criticizes petty-bourgeois ideology; builds a socialist way of life, and combats backward life-styles and

In: Review of Socialist Law

to be formed as a process of knowledge which is led by the professor but to a large extent carried out by the students independently. This will be achieved primarily through a curriculum which is theoretically demand- ing, bound up with life, and which motivates the student to commit- ment, and which

In: Review of Socialist Law

to the attention of individual citizens or officials, of organi- zations, institutions, enterprises or cooperatives, that in the course of hear- ing a specific case, it had uncovered irregularities or violations of the law or norms of socialist community life in their activities. In the chastnoe

In: Review of Socialist Law

are singled out by Soviet law as representative for and basic to a way of life considered incompatible with Soviet standards. Soviet law uses a variety of terms to indicate such behavior: "clan society crimes" (rodovye prestupleniia); "traditional * An earlier version of this article was published in

In: Review of Socialist Law

GDR; its international legitimacy (vdlkerrechtliche Rechtsmdssigkeit); justice as the basic norm for law and life; state and law are instruments of social progress; the administration of justice is an affair of the whole people; there is a system of guaranteed civil rights and duties. An important

In: Review of Socialist Law