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Optional Course Anthropologie du Droit C. Eberhard Is the Notion of Intercultural Dialogue a Western Concept?Optional Course Anthropologie du Droit C. Eberhard Is the Notion of Intercultural Dialogue a Western Concept?
In the next section I will sketch a brief history of the perception of the Other, which will serve as the context for situating the dialogical-diatopical approach to (legal)
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Abortion policyAbortion policy
An abortion must be carried out by a registered medical practitioner in a government hospital or registered private hospital or clinic approved for that purpose
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Nicaragua V. United States, (Preliminary Objections, icj 1984) The Court, composed as aboveNicaragua V. United States, (Preliminary Objections, icj 1984) The Court, composed as above
Nicaragua. In order to found the jurisdiction of the Court the Application relied on declarations made by the Parties accepting the compulsory jurisdiction of the Court under Article 36 of its Statute
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The Jean Monnet ProgramThe Jean Monnet Program
European Law of Religion – organizational and institutional analysis of national systems and their implications for the future European Integration Process
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Legal Services to the Displaced Population of Colombia An Evaluation with a Different Gender PerspectiveLegal Services to the Displaced Population of Colombia An Evaluation with a Different Gender Perspective
Citation: Muller-Hoff C, Legal Services to the Displaced Population of Columbia – An Evaluation with a Different Gender Perspective, 2001
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Motion for a resolutionMotion for a resolution
European Parliament resolution on the existence of a global system for the interception of private and commercial communications
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Citation: Alex C. Castles and Michael C. Harris, Lawmakers and Wayward Whigs: Government and Law in South Australia, 1836–1986, (Adelaide: Wakefield Press, 1987), pp. 1-28 1 The Aboriginals and their LawCitation: Alex C. Castles and Michael C. Harris, Lawmakers and Wayward Whigs: Government and Law in South Australia, 1836–1986, (Adelaide: Wakefield Press, 1987), pp. 1-28 1 The Aboriginals and their Law
D but the English Government, and afterwards the colonial authorities, assumed jurisdiction over them as if they were strangers who had immigrated into British territory, and punished them for disobeying laws which they could hardly
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The royal prerogative in the realms AbstractThe royal prerogative in the realms Abstract
England, and which continued to draw upon England jurisprudence. Since New Zealand was regarded as a settled colony, the settlers brought with them such of the laws of England as were applicable to the circumstances of the colony
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An Electronic Law JournalAn Electronic Law Journal
Citation: Hoekema, A. J. ‘Multicultural Conflicts and National Judges: a general Approach’, 2008
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Mig workshop Final Summary: Migration and Cross-cultural CitizenshipMig workshop Final Summary: Migration and Cross-cultural Citizenship
This whimsical determination is, however, overridden by the reality of facts: the migratory flows to Europe have never stopped increasing, resulting in a largely positive balance, as well as in a very clear surplus of inflows over outflows
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