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Author: Peter Griffith

© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2007 DOI: 10.1163/187103107X251473 www.brill.nl/rhrs Religion Human Rights Protecting the Absence of Religious Belief ? Th e New Definition of Religion or Belief in Equality Legislation Peter Griffith Lecturer in Law at Sheffield Hallam University Abstract Th e

In: Religion & Human Rights
Author: Seung-Goo Lee

. Abstract Kierkegaard’s explanation of human equality is often understood as merely spiritual equality. By analyzing Two Ages and Works of Love , Seung-Goo Lee claims that Kierkegaard’s emphasis is on true equality between people. Th e only way we can see people without any discrimination is to see them in

In: Journal of Reformed Theology
Author: René Kuppe

peoples struggle for the recognition of their specifi c rights in order to overcome the injustice they are currently experiencing. Th is article explains how the recognition of these rights confl icts with some of the basic principles of modern constitutional democracy: the declared equality of all citizens

In: International Community Law Review

, trends and jurisprudence concerning the constitutional inclu- sion of equality and socio-economic rights. Section 3 examines the constitutional history of Nepal on this topic with a particular focus on the jurisprudence of the Supreme Court, and section 4 assesses the consequences of this experience for

In: International Journal on Minority and Group Rights
Author: Farhad Malekian

International Criminal Law, Uppsala, Sweden Abstract When implemented, the systems of the International Criminal Court (ICC) and Islamic criminal jurisdiction have to ensure equality, justice and peace for humanity. Consequently, implementation of international or Islamic justice does not necessarily emphasise