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Author: Frank Cranmer

’ 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 to the church and his religion. His duties are defined and his activities are dictated not by contract but

In: Brill Research Perspectives in Law and Religion

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: 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

life that promote the incessant debate over what is a legitimate exercise of power and what is not. Lefort claims that the unique feature of a democratic society is that it ‘welcomes and preserves indeterminacy’ 30 in the order of the symbolic, which most clearly relates to the ‘new position of power

In: European Populism and Human Rights
Author: Carola Lingaas

hate crime in that it unites prejudice, violence, and most importantly, the intent to destroy a certain group for reasons of its group membership. 12 Thus, genocide goes beyond ‘regular’ hate crimes in that it includes an intent to destroy a group. 13 In sum, a hate crime is a crime motivated by

In: European Populism and Human Rights

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

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

’s interests. Drygalski’s career qualified him for such an international office. A Prussian Pole by birth, he served as an officer in the Prussian army, which he left due to pecuniary difficulties. He went to India and earned a living surveying, and later entered the Austrian army when it needed troops to

In: The European Commission of the Danube, 1856-1948

not motivated by a desire ‘to interfere with the free navigation of the river’. Bismarck recognised the importance of the free navigation principle but agreed that for lasting peace on the continent, Russia’s reasonable claims had to be observed. 23 Romania’s delegates, Prime Minister Ion C

In: The European Commission of the Danube, 1856-1948