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exploitation, as attested by evidence of increasing incidence of child abuse. 14 Alongside these general inspiring principles of the criminal law protection of minors in the UAE , it is possible to locate additional specific reasons that have justified legal intervention in this field. One of these is the

In: Arab Law Quarterly

Sharlet - "Legal Policy" Donald Barry - "The Consumer and Housing" Peter Juviler - "The Family" Zigurds Zile - "Job Security" . Peter Maggs - "State and Collective Farm Workers" S. Pomorski - "Criminal Law Protection of State Property" George Ginsburgs - "The Judicial System" Chris Osakwe - "Criminal

In: Review of Socialist Law
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Parliament asked that the Commission and the Council no longer reexamine the proposed 1976 Treaty, which was based on assimilation, but rather demanded that the reinforcement and harmonization of the criminal law protection afforded to the fmancial interests of the Community in the different Member States be

In: What Kind of Criminal Policy for Europe?

and Phonograms Treaty [11] See ibidem s. 59. one may expect that the mere criminal law protection will be replaced in more and more countries by such statutory rights. [12] See for criminal law protection e.g. ireland s. 2 (1), 3 (1) and (5); the united

in International Encyclopedia of Comparative Law Online
Rethinking the Sword Function of Human Rights Law
In Prosecuting Human Rights Offences: Rethinking the Sword Function of Human Rights Law the author explores and explains the extent to which the features of the procedural obligation to investigate, prosecute and punish criminal attacks on human rights determine the contemporary understanding of the function of criminal prosecution. The author provides an innovative and thought-provoking account of the highly topical and largely unexplored topic of the sword function of human rights law. The book contains the first comprehensive and holistic analysis of the procedural obligation to investigate and prosecute human rights offences in the law of the European Convention on Human Rights, which the author puts in the general perspectives of human rights law and criminal procedure.

peace and security to move the Council. However, once a crisis erupts, the Security Council is positioned to handle it with full authority and, if necessary, armed force. 255 INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW: PROTECTION OF MINORITY RIGHTS1 Lyal S. Sunga 1. INTRODUCTION The quest for greater autonomy on

In: Beyond a One-Dimensional State: An Emerging Right to Autonomy?
In Corruption and Targeted Sanctions, Anton Moiseienko analyses the blacklisting of foreigners suspected of corruption and the prohibition of their entry into the sanctioning state from an international law perspective. The implications of such actions have been on the international agenda for years and have gained particular prominence with the adoption by the US and Canada of the so-called Magnitsky legislation in 2016. Across the Atlantic, several European states followed suit. The proliferation of anti-corruption entry sanctions has prompted a reappraisal of applicable human rights safeguards, along with issues of respect for official immunities and state sovereignty. On the basis of a comprehensive review of relevant law and policy, Anton Moiseienko identifies how targeted sanctions can ensure accountability for corruption while respecting international law.

that correlative duty to- wards Mary.57 This is the reason why some assertions in legal theory related to the concept of procedural obligation, when affirming or denying the exis- tence of a corresponding right to the specific procedural duties in the context of criminal-law protection,58 are either

In: Prosecuting Human Rights Offences

undermined the effectiveness of criminal law protection, permitting or fostering a lack of accountability of members of the security forces for their actions incompatible with the rule of law in a democratic society respecting the fundamental rights and freedoms guaranteed under the Convention. Furthermore

In: Human Rights Case Digest

. The Court found that these defects undermined the effectiveness of criminal law protection, permitting or fostering a lack of accountability of members of the security forces for their actions incompatible with the rule of law in a democratic society respecting the fundamental rights and freedoms

In: Human Rights Case Digest