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In: Review of Central and East European Law
Author: Richard Lang
The equality jurisprudence of the Court of Justice of the European Union has long drawn criticism for its almost total reliance on Aristotle’s doctrine that likes should be treated like, and unlikes unlike. As has often been shown, this is a blunt tool, entrenching assumptions and promoting difference-blindness: the symptoms of simplicity. In this book, Richard Lang proposes that the EU’s judges complement the Aristotelian test with a new one based on Michael Walzer’s theory of Complex Equality, and illustrates how analysing allegedly discriminatory acts, not in terms of comparisons of the actors involved, but rather in terms of distributions and meanings of goods, would enable them to reach decisions with new dexterity and to resolve conflicts without sacrificing diversity.

organisations powers only to a limited extent. 1.2. A specific manifestation of the principle of non-discrimination: non-discrimination with regard to nationality Art. 12 of the EC Treaty expressly forbids discrimination on the grounds of nationality. The ECJ formulated the interdiction of discrimination on the

In: Austrian Review of International and European Law Online
Author: Chirwa

time ensuring that young people enjoy favourable provisions in States where adulthood is attained earlier. 15 3. Non-discrimination Non-discrimination lies at the centre of the Charter. Every child is entitled to enjoy the rights and freedoms guaranteed in the Charter without THE MERITS AND

In: The International Journal of Children's Rights
Author: John Tobin

the right to participation. 5.1 Non Discrimination Non discrimination is a fundamental norm of international human rights law and is included in article 2 of the Convention which provides that: States shall respect and ensure the rights set forth in the present Convention to each child within their

In: The International Journal of Children's Rights
Author: Mona Pare

beneŽ ted from group recognition and have been able to move towards an equal standing point with other people. Although street children should be protected by the principle of non-discrimination, non-discrimination measures cannot lead to de facto equality unless special needs of people are addressed

In: The International Journal of Children's Rights
Author: Xia Chunli

) Non-discrimination Non-discrimination, the other component of the right to equality without discrimination, has been defined as the prohibition of any distinction, exclusion, restriction or preference based on race, colour, descent, national, ethnic origin or other prohibited grounds which has the

In: Asia-Pacific Journal on Human Rights and the Law
Author: John Mo

products and service-providers from the Mainland. E. The Principle of Non-Discrimination Non-discrimination is another of the fundamental principles of the WTO. The GATT states the principle expressly; other W'ro Agreements all imply the principle in their provisions. The importance of non

In: The Journal of World Investment & Trade

they have been breached by the host State. That is, the treatment accorded by the State receiving the investment to a given investor or investment must be assessed in light of that accorded to other investors or investments. 2.1 NON-DiscRimiNATION Non-discrimination is a well

In: The Journal of World Investment & Trade
In: The Companion to International Humanitarian Law