International human rights law

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  • Violence Against Women: The Consequences Of Violence Against Women

    sexual aspects, The threat in any form, deprivation and limitation of women's freedom in their private or public life is a practice of violence against women. Violence against women is a clear and explicit violation of human rights; it prevents them from enjoying their full rights and has serious consequences not only for women but also for society as a whole, with serious social and economic consequences. It…

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  • The Importance Of Geoghegan Case

    “Every human being of adult years and sound mind has a right to determine what shall be done with his own body” 1 Cardozo J in Schloendorff v Society of New York Hospital “It would be unrealistic to suppose the principle here affirmed will not over time be the subject of incremental and analogical development. At the very least this case shows that where justice and policy demand it a modification of causation principles is not beyond the wit of a modern court. The right of…

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  • Fear Marketing In Vietnam Case Study

    The profession of marketing in Vietnam is considered still being in its infancy (Nguyen & Rowley, 2015). It is, therefore, fathomable that unfair fear marketing tactics are still employed by several firms in the country, although they have long been perceived as controversial, and possibly unethical, by consumers in more developed countries. Cited by Arthur & Quester (2003: 12), Spence and Moinpour, 1972; LaTour, Snipes and Bliss, 1996 indicate that fear appeals generally impressively present…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Abortion

    The definition of an abortion is the process of ending a woman’s pregnancy by the termination of an embryo or fetus inside the mother’s womb (Pros and Cons Abortion). During the process of an abortion, the unborn child is not treated as a human being. The baby is treated as a nuisance; it is not given the proper care, it is regarded as a nonliving thing (Abortion Facts). Abortion is not the only method to take when a mother is confused by her feelings about the pregnancy for how her pregnancy…

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  • Importance Of Halal Food

    it means that we are in accordance with Islamic law to allow food to eat. This means that whatever food is, it is considered to be halal; it must comply with religious ceremonies and comply with Islamic law. In order to certify "flesh" meat, it is not forbidden to cut (e.g. from the back of the head) or animals (e.g. pork). Slaughter a Halal animal called “Zabihah” and has some guidelines. For example, the instrument must be very sharp to ensure human massacre. The animal must be cut in the…

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  • Socrates: Morality And Loyalty And Obedience To The State

    Regardless if the state is right or wrong? It seems that Socrates answered this question when he opted to obey the state of Athens even when he knew it was acting wrongly against him. Socrates showed excessive loyalty that could not be justified by other men of thought. According to Socrates, the fate of a citizen is sealed, that is total and unwavering loyalty and obedience to the state since he chose to live in and be a part of it. He knew, according to him, that he was condemned to death…

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  • David Cole's Five Myths Of Immigrants

    myths being that immigrants are overrunning the country, immigrants take jobs from natural born citizens, immigrants drain societies resources, aliens and immigrants don’t assimilate to our culture, and immigrants are not entitled to constitutional rights. All of these myths are displayed to be completely wrong and were created out of ignorance fueled by fear/lack of education on the many benefits immigrants have on United States society, economy, culture, and unity of our nation. Immigrants…

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  • Importance Of Foreign Policy In Nepal

    A few deeply worrisome foreign policy developments have occurred in Nepal in recent months. Before the dust stirred by Prime Minister KP Oli 's visits to India and China has settled, the India-EU statement and Mohana Ansari 's statement have put Nepal into sharp and unflattering diplomatic focus. However, much of it is a storm in a teacup generated by partisan arm-chair generals. Sure there are serious issues in which Prime Minister Oli should be held to account. For example, Oli has bragged…

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  • A. V. Dicey: The Concept Of The Rule Of Law

    The concept of rule of law (ROL) was made popular in the 19th century by a British jurist called A. V. Dicey. The rule of law can be defined as the legal principle that a nation should be governed by the law, instead of being governed by decisions of individual that are the government officials. Basically, the law is subjected to every person in the country, the law that exercises limitation upon one’s behaviour including those who serve as government officials. The law has the utmost power and…

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  • Rojava Revolution Analysis

    Studies’ on 5th December 2017 at Sault House of Corvinus University of Budapest. Dilar Dirik and Sercan Cinar were the speakers of the event. Dilar Dirik who is an activist of the kurdish women's movement based in Europe writes on Kurdistan for an international audience. She discussed about Rojava model and the kurdish movement in Syria. The key essence of the discussion was about an alternative idea of nationhood and women's liberation in a very patriarchal society as Syria. She started her…

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