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Freedom of religion, belief, and indigenous spirituality, practice and cultural rightsFreedom of religion, belief, and indigenous spirituality, practice and cultural rights
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Why Nonviolence is Human1 David Dwyer, Michigan State University AbstractWhy Nonviolence is Human1 David Dwyer, Michigan State University Abstract
Thus in humans we find a unique opposition or dialectic between an animalistic self and a nonviolent human self I do not mean to denigrate the nature of the animalistic self
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Title : British Public Policy M13045 (20 credits) Level 3 Taught Autumn Semester Module ConvenorTitle : British Public Policy M13045 (20 credits) Level 3 Taught Autumn Semester Module Convenor
Finally, the module seeks to explain and assess 'New' Labour's attempts to ‘reform’ and ‘modernise’ the British state (notably via devolved governance) and the policy process in Westminster and Whitehall
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Date: 04-05-95 Subject: Potential synergy between review and quality managementDate: 04-05-95 Subject: Potential synergy between review and quality management
The paper draws on discussions within the review and qm communities concerning direction, tactics and desirable partnerships. It is also based on Canadian experience in several jurisdictions and on developments in other oecd countries
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Stress and Social Change in PolandStress and Social Change in Poland
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Understanding of ethnic ‘Otherness’ in relation to elderly care provision/ recipiency: empirical insights from SwedenUnderstanding of ethnic ‘Otherness’ in relation to elderly care provision/ recipiency: empirical insights from Sweden
Prof. Sandra Torres: Professor of Sociology & Chair in Social Gerontology at Uppsala University and Guest Professor at Linköping University, Sweden
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Articulations of Injustice and the Recognition –Redistribution Debate: Locating Caste, Class and Gender in Paid Domestic Work in IndiaArticulations of Injustice and the Recognition –Redistribution Debate: Locating Caste, Class and Gender in Paid Domestic Work in India
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Annotated bibliography on informed consentAnnotated bibliography on informed consent
Those identified here are books/papers which are specifically about research ethics, generally relating to philosophical positions or specific ethical issues rather than consent. These form the background to issues of consent
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Gender Agendas: Resisting the conceptual simplification of gender in international education policy and research
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Access to experimental treatment and experimentation on human subjectsAccess to experimental treatment and experimentation on human subjects
Do such claims call into question the principles and practices that underlie biomedical research with human subjects?
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The Visual Politics Of The Human: Images In Humanitarian And Human Rights CommunicationThe Visual Politics Of The Human: Images In Humanitarian And Human Rights Communication
Symposium organised by Lilie Chouliaraki and Kate Nash, with the help of the Department of Media and Communications, lse, and the Centre for the Study of Global Media and Democracy, Goldsmiths
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