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Part Three Juridical Status, Article 14

Freedom from Discrimination (Article 14)

Article 14 Prohibition of Discrimination

Research Priorities for Article 14—Demand Reduction Measures Concerning Tobacco Dependence and Cessation

The Discrimination Grounds of Article 14 of the European Convention on Human Rights

Emerging from the Shadows: Substantive Equality and Article 14 of the European Convention on Human Rights

Article 14(2) of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and Exclusion from International Refugee Protection

Convention between Persia and Russia supplementary to Article 14 of the Treaty of Turkmanchai [Turkmenchay] of 22 February 1828, signed at Tehran, 3 July 1844

Article additional to the Treaty of Amity and Commerce of 15 July 1867 between France and Siam, signed at Saigon, 14 July 1870

Convention between France and Great Britain modifying Article II of the Extradition Treaty of 14 August 1876, signed at Paris, 17 October 1908

Declaration between Denmark and Russia amending Article 3 of the Extradition Convention of 14 October 1866, signed at Copenhagen, 11 March 1909

Protocol between Colombia and Venezuela respecting the Interpretation of Article I of the Treaty of 14 September 1886, signed at Paris, 15 February 1886

Supplementary Article to the Commercial Convention of 20 January 1883 between Mexico and the United States, signed at Washington, 14 May 1886

The Differences that Make a Difference: Recent Developments on the Discrimination Grounds and the Margin of Appreciation under Article 14 of the European Convention on Human Rights

Article 14 (Freedom from Discrimination in Respect of Protected Convention Rights) and Protocol 12 (Non-discrimination in Respect of ‘any Right Set Forth by Law’)

Declaration between Germany and Great Britain for extending Article 6 of the Treaty of 30 May 1865 to the whole German Empire, signed at London, 14 April 1875

Monetary Convention between France, Greece, Italy and Switzerland and Arrangement relative to the execution of Article 14 of the Convention, signed at Paris, 6 November 1885

 

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