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Author: Seth Tweneboah

, banishment was used to maintain chiefly political power and enforce the legal norms of society, which the ancestral forces are held legitimate. It was used to ensure that offenders left the confines of society together with the misfortunes that their offences were thought to bring to the entire community

In: Journal of Law, Religion and State
Author: Marzena Kordela

Provision vs Legal Norm] introduced a radical distinction between editorial unit of a normative text (‘legal provision’) and phrase to be constructed based on the provision (provisions), which phrase – ‘legal norm’ – started to act as the proper and simultaneously sole element of a legal system with all the

In: Review of Central and East European Law
This unique collection offers a survey of legal and legislative means to combat racism, xenophobia, anti-semitism and other forms of related intolerance. Its aim is threefold: 1) to provide a legal model for fighting racism, xenophobia, anti-semitism and discrimination through domestic legislation; 2) to compare existing national legislation with international legal instruments designed to combat racial and other forms of discrimination, in order to bring domestic laws into line with international legal norms; 3) to provide a tool for researchers, legislators, human rights activists and all those who work to protect the rights of minorities and victims of incitement and discrimination, as well as for domestic and international institutions, which monitor compliance with these laws. The survey thus constitutes a major contribution to the study of racism and anti-semitism because it demonstrates how these phenomena can be fought through the medium of the law. Each volume consists of two sections: the first, containing international conventions; the second, and main section, containing current constitutional law, specific legislation and ratification of international conventions in (over 200) individual states. Volume 1 deals with Europe; Volume 2 with the Americas; Volume 3 with Africa and Volume 4 with Asia and the South Pacific.

This set includes 4 volumes which can also be bought individually: * Volume 1: isbn 978-90-04-226128 (2012) * Volume 2: isbn 978-90-04-227538 (2013) * Volume 3: isbn 978-90-04-227545 (2016) * Volume 4: isbn 978-90-04-227552 (2019)

This article studies influence of international legal norms on the Ukrainian Constitution. Special attention is given to the provisions of Article 9 of the Constitution which regulates the implementation of international treaties in the legal system of Ukraine. The creation and main directions of activity of the Constitutional Assembly are analyzed. The author arrived at the conclusion that the main drawback of the current Constitution is the declarative nature of some constitutional provisions.

In: Baltic Yearbook of International Law Online

there is a functional need otherwise. This would allow parallel developments in international law to be incorporated into the rule of State immunity by the national judge. On a more general level, this article has demonstrated how characterising and structuring international legal norms in terms of

In: International Community Law Review
Author: Andi Pacurar

European Journal of Migration and Law 5: 259–283, 2003. © 2003 Kluwer Law International. Printed in the Netherlands. 259 Smuggling, Detention and Expulsion of Irregular Migrants A Study on International Legal Norms, Standards and Practices ANDI PACURAR ¤ 1. Smuggling of Migrants 1

In: European Journal of Migration and Law

355 The Distinction Between Non-Legal and Legal Norms in International Affairs: an Analysis with Reference to International Policy for the Protection of the North Sea from Hazardous Substances André Nollkaemper Senior Research Fellow, Faculty of Law, Eramus University, Rotterdam Introduction

In: The International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law
In: International Civil Tribunals and Armed Conflict
In: A Three-Dimensional Theory of Law