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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

: (1) crimes against the natural environment including the destruction of plant or animal life of considerable dimensions regarding protected areas; (2) behaviour resulting in environmental pollution affecting air, soil and water quality thus threatening animals, plants, people’s life and health. A

In: Journal for European Environmental & Planning Law
Author: Elizabeth Craig

However, amendments were made before Parliamentary approval to the Preamble of the Constitution to include a reference to ethnicity. 65 As a result the Preamble now refers to: “The citizens of the Republic of Macedonia, the Macedonian people, as well as citizens living within its borders who are part of

In: Review of Central and East European Law
Author: Emma Lantschner

victims of discrimination is too low (and getting even lower recently) to really be able to provide a more effective level of protection. Furthermore, not all the grounds of discrimination are equally well covered, while victims of discrimination living in the periphery have hardly any access to such

In: Review of Central and East European Law

based thereupon that foreigners with a strong link to Austria (unlimited liability to pay tax of the parents and the student for at least five years; Austria as the centre of life during this period; passing of the Austrian abitur insofar as it is pre-requisite for admission) shall be equated to

In: Austrian Review of International and European Law Online

: [...] (k) the opportunity for their spouses and dependent relatives living in the same household to have access to the labor market in accordance with the Austrian law on a preferential basis, provided that, insofar as they engage in gainful occupation, privileges and immunities under this Agreement shall

In: Austrian Review of International and European Law Online

1 Introduction Water is an exhaustible natural resource and a public good, which is directly linked both to the human life and the maintenance of all ecosystems on the planet as the nature’s most important nutrient. The current situation of water resources worldwide is constantly

In: Journal for European Environmental & Planning Law
Author: Louis J. Kotzé

destructive 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

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

, Bolivia adopted Law No.071 on the Rights of Mother Earth 33 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

In: Journal for European Environmental & Planning Law

”. 8 The necessity for the state to assist the elderly in their engagement in economic, social, and cultural life can be explained by the fact that, as a rule, these citizens lack organized bargaining power which all other adults enhancing the implementation of the human-rights legal standards of the

In: Review of Central and East European Law