in The New Oxford Companion to Law
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Reference Entry. Subjects: Law. 350 words.
Disciplinary action can take a variety of forms including warnings, demotion, suspension, or dismissal, but an employer's right to take
Law, factory discipline and 'theft': the impact of the factory on workplace appropriation in mid to late nineteenth-century Yorkshire
in The British Journal of Criminology
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The illegal taking of workplace materials by employees was an inherent part of the majority of eighteenth-century industries. This article summarizes lengthy research into the continuity of...
Kav Laoved Association and ors and Histadrut Haovdim Haclalit (General Workers’ Union) (intervening) v National Labour Court and ors, Decision on Original Petition to the High Court of Justice, HCJ 5666/03, ILDC 817 (IL 2007), 10th October 2007, Supreme Court as Court of First Instance
Legal Material. Subjects: Public International Law; International Law; Law. 6223 words.
Whether Israeli labour law applied to the employment by Israeli employers of Palestinian residents of the occupied territories in Israeli settlements within the occupied territory.
13 The IMO: Gender Equality, the Promotion of Women in the Maritime Sector, and Global Ocean Governance
in The IMLI Treatise On Global Ocean Governance
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This chapter highlights the steps taken by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) to promote gender equality in the maritime sector, in line with the UN’s Millennium Development...
Dolon and Hossain (joining) v Government of Bangladesh, Writ petition, No 4495 of 2009, ILDC 1917 (BD 2011), 2nd February 2011, High Court Division
Legal Material. Subjects: Public International Law; International Law; Law. 4946 words.
Whether the forcible imposition of a dress code on women such as the veil or purdah was a violation of the rights to privacy and freedom of expression as enunciated in Articles 17 and 19 of...
Ferdinands v Commissioner for Public Employment, Final Appeal Judgment, Case no A15/2005,  HCA 5, (2006) 225 CLR 130, (2006) 224 ALR 238, (2006) 80 ALJR 555, ILDC 526 (AU 2006), 2nd March 2006, High Court [HCA]
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Whether, in resolving an inconsistency between statutory remedies for dismissal of police officers, the fact that one of the provisions referred to the International Labour Organization...
in Best Practices for Teaching Beginnings and Endings in the Psychology Major
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The purpose of this chapter is to introduce four specific dimensions of workplace transition: youth-to-adult transitions, organizational differences between college and workplace, skills...
Smith and Grady v United Kingdom, Merits, App no 33985/96, App no 33986/96, ECHR 1999-VI,  ECHR 72, (2000) 29 EHRR 493,  IRLR 734, (1999) 11 Admin LR 879, Times, October 11, 1999, IHRL 2972 (ECHR 1999), 27th September 1999, European Court of Human Rights [ECtHR]
Legal Material. Subjects: Public International Law; International Law; Law. 26020 words.
Whether investigations into the applicants’ homosexuality, and their discharge from the Royal Air Force on the sole ground that they were homosexual, constituted violations of Article 8 of...
Procedural Fairness as a Vehicle for Inclusion in the Freedom of Religion Jurisprudence of the Strasbourg Court
in Human Rights Law Review
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The increasing religious diversity in western Europe poses challenges for courts, including the European Court of Human Rights (‘the Court’), whose jurisprudence on the right to freedom of...
in Journal of International Criminal Justice
March 2006; p ublished online March 2006 .
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This article deals with the legal and moral imperatives arising out of the Kapo trials, which took place in Israel between 1951 and 1964. Section 2 considers substantive aspects of the...
Prosecutor v Niyitegeka (Eliézer), Judgment and sentence, Case no ICTR-96-14-T, ICL 848 (ICTR 2003), 16th May 2003, United Nations Security Council [UNSC]; International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda [ICTR]; Trial Chamber I [ICTR]
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Whether there was genocide in Rwanda in 1994.
Whether the accused participated in a conspiracy to commit genocide.
Whether acts of jubilation over crimes committed by...
Juridical Condition and Rights of the Undocumented Migrants, Mexico, Advisory Opinion, Advisory Opinion OC-18/03, IACHR Series A no 18, IHRL 3237 (IACHR 2003), 17th September 2003, Inter-American Court of Human Rights [IACtHR]
Legal Material. Subjects: Public International Law; International Law; Law. 79528 words.
Whether states had an obligation to respect and ensure the principle of equality and non-discrimination under Article II of the American Declaration of the Rights and Duties of Man...
Boulois v Luxembourg, Merits, App no 37575/04, IHRL 3795 (ECHR 2012), 3rd April 2012, Grand Chamber [ECtHR]
Legal Material. Subjects: Public International Law; International Law; Law. 14457 words.
Whether prison leave constituted a ‘civil right’ within the meaning of Article 6(1) of the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms.
Purvis (on the application of Hoggan) v New South Wales (Department of Education and Training) and Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission and Attorney-General of the Commonwealth of Australia (intervening), Appeal judgment,  HCA 62, ILDC 206 (AU 2003), (2003) 217 CLR 92, (2003) 202 ALR 133, (2003) 78 ALJR 1, 11th November 2003, High Court [HCA]
Legal Material. Subjects: Public International Law; International Law; Law. 40328 words.
Whether international human rights instruments that addressed discrimination on the basis of disability could be used in interpreting domestic legislation.
The Ascension of Blue Beret Accountability: International Criminal Court Command and Superior Responsibility in Peace Operations
in Journal of Conflict and Security Law
January 2010; p ublished online December 2010 .
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Personnel involved in United Nations (UN) peace operations have been found to commit misconduct, some of which amounts to criminal conduct. The UN has been working to establish a...
in Journal of International Criminal Justice
November 2006; p ublished online November 2006 .
Journal Article. Subjects: Criminal Law; International Law. 8679 words.
As the concept of terrorism fulfils multiple functions, the better way to think of terrorism is not as a crime but as a different dimension of crime, a higher, more dangerous version of...
Kayhan v Turkey, Admissibility, Communication No 8/2005, UN Doc CEDAW/C/34/D/8/2005, (2007) 14 IHRR 966, IHRL 3785 (CEDAW 2006), 27th January 2006, Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women [CEDAW]
Legal Material. Subjects: Human Rights; Public International Law; International Law; Law. 6278 words.
Whether the communication was inadmissible when the impugned dismissal took place prior to entry into force of the Optional Protocol to the Convention on the Elimination of Discrimination...
in European Journal of International Law
May 2014; p ublished online July 2014 .
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Key human rights instruments and leading scholars argue that minority language rights should be treated as human rights, both because language is constitutive of an individual’s cultural...
Lustig-Prean v United Kingdom, Judgment (Merits and Just Satisfaction), App No 31417/96, (2000) 29 EHRR 548, 7 BHRC 65, IHRL 2820 (ECHR 1999), 27th September 1999, European Court of Human Rights [ECtHR]
Legal Material. Subjects: Public International Law; International Law; Law. 21058 words.
Whether an absolute policy against homosexuals in the British armed forces, regardless of their service records, was a violation of Article 8 of the Convention for the Protection of Human...