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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: 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

expect organisations to behave in a certain way and obey certain rules. The business logic manages people’s most sensitive goods and set the pace of our life. Corporations are mainly profit-driven and that is not always compatible with individual rights. It has become a cliché to point out the power of

In: Brill Research Perspectives in Transnational Crime

organisations to behave in a certain way and obey certain rules. The business logic manages people’s most sensitive goods and set the pace of our life. Corporations are mainly profit-driven and that is not always compatible with individual rights. It has become a cliché to point out the power of corporations

In: Corporate Criminal Liability and Compliance Management Systems

citizens living abroad. Despite the multifaceted importance of the participation of non-resident citizens in national elections, the non-regulation of the right as a matter of international obligation has left the issue to fully fall under the discretion of the government of the country of origin. The

In: Implementation of International Human Rights Commitments and the Impact on Ongoing Legal Reforms in Ethiopia

withholding sufficient living accommodation for a reasonable period. 171 This list is admittedly non-exhaustive and, as Robinson stated, ‘it is impossible to enumerate in advance the ‘conditions of life’ that would come within the prohibition of Article ii ’ of the Genocide Convention. 172 By referring to

In: Prosecution of Core Crimes in Ethiopia

sentiment among its members of community and of loyalty, of shared responsibility for the conduct of a common life’. 22 Read in context, the multiple references to the international community in case law and legal doctrine suggest that the term is understood to encompass more than a mere acknowledgement

In: The Community of Interest Approach in International Water Law