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Towards a cultural understanding of the interplay between children"s and women"s rights
|Statement||by Alice Armstrong ... [et al.].|
|Series||Women and Law in Southern Africa working paper ;, no. 11, Working paper (Women and Law in Southern Africa Research Project) ;, 11.|
|Contributions||Armstrong, Alice., Women and Law in Southern Africa Research Project.|
|LC Classifications||KQC145.M55 T69 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||39 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||39|
|LC Control Number||95981937|
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2 iNTERNATiONAL LEGAL PROTECTiON OF HUMAN RiGHTS iN ARMED CONFLiCT This publication provides a thorough legal analysis and guidance to State authorities, human rights and humanitarian actors and others on the application of international human rights law and international humanitarian law for the protection of persons in armed conflict. ItFile Size: KB. William Ogburn's term for a gap between the technical development of a society (material culture) and its moral and legal institutions (nonmaterial culture) Subculture a category of people who share distinguishing attributes, beliefs, values, and/or norms that set them apart in some significant manner from the dominant culture.
cultural this term I mean to call attention to the ironic fact that individuals inside the group can be injured by the very reforms that are designed to promote their status as group members in the accommo-dating,multicultural state. This tension between accommodating diVerences and protecting theCited by: For this reason, tensions between cultural rights and women’s human rights have intensified in recent years. Tradition, like culture, is often thought to be inherent and unchanging.
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Get this from a library. Towards a cultural understanding of the interplay between children's and women's rights: an eastern and southern African perspective. [Alice Armstrong; Women and Law in Southern Africa Research Project.;]. A Save the Children Sweden study entitled ”An exploratory study on the interplay between African customary law and practices and children’s protection rights in South Africa”, initially launched at a conference on the Status of Children’s Rights in Southern Africa hosted by Save the Children, the Pan African Parliament and the Southern African Development Community (SADC).
understanding between stakeholders in children’s rights because they bring an analytical and inquiry-oriented perspective to their work. They ask questions across a range of informants and.
16 The Family in Law [Vol. INTRODUCTION II. RELATIVISM, MONISM AND PLURALISM III. BEST INTERESTS AND CULTURE IV. RIGHTS AND CULTURE V. CHILDREN'S RIGHTS AND CULTURE VI. THE SHABINA BEGUM CASE I. INTRODUCTION Some twelve years ago in Durban at a meeting of this Society I gave a paper entitled "Cultural Pluralism and the Rights of The Child.1 File Size: KB.
There are both the aspects child rights negative as well as positive. like for e.g. according to fundamental rights child till the age of 14 child should be given free education but some children are still working at tea stalls the other hand the gang rape case one person who is guilty in under 18 so no case can run on that boy but u.
A study commissioned by Save the Children Sweden, which explores to what extent in South Africa and Zambia, customary, cultural and religious practices impact on children's rights and how a lack of understanding of African Customary Law makes it difficult to distinguish which practices protect children and which heighten their vulnerability.
Children's Literature for Cultural Understanding between Students in Taiwan and Mainland China Su-Yen Chen National Tsing Hua University Taiwan, R.
Based on a portion of the results of a research project that explores the possibilities of using Mandarin children's literature for cultural understanding between the students of Taiwan. This new "joint governance" approach is guided by an ambitiously innovative principle: one that strives for the reduction of injustice between minority groups and the wider society, together with the enhancement of justice within them.
Shachar applies this new approach to contested social arenas, such as family law, immigration policy, and criminal justice. The role language has in human learning has been discussed in the context of its impact on culture through African American communities.
A strong link between thinking and language through the framework of question asking was reported. This essay improves upon Crogman and Trebeau’s (Crogman and Trebeau Crogman, ) Generated Question Learning Model by incorporating Cited by: 1.
Human Rights, Culture, and the Rule of Law This new book sets out to examine the relationship between culture and respect for human rights. It departs from the oft-made assumption that cul-ture is closely linked to ideas about community.
Instead, it reveals culture as a quality possessed by the individual with a serious impact on her ability toFile Size: KB. “Lydia's English is a help, but there are many different languages in el norte. There are codes Lydia hasn't yet learned to decipher, subtle differences between words that mean almost, but not quite the same thing: migrant, immigrant, illegal alien.
International Women's Rights, Equality and Justice explores the history and development of women's rights in the context of international human rights law. From the Seneca Declaration to the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) to the present day, women's struggles for rights, freedom from discrimination, and equality are : Hardcover.
The topics covered include: historical and current usages of the principle in domestic and international law; the technical meaning of the terms employed in the Convention; the problem of indeterminacy that the application of the best interests principle in a given situation will not necessarily lead to any particular outcome; how the principle.
This book will interest students of political and social theory, law, religion, institutional design, and cultural and gender studies. Excerpt Over the past few years while this book was taking shape, I have been living, studying, teaching, and moving between two countries: the United States and Canada.
Using an innovative methodology, this book maps the emergent 'intermestic' human rights field within the US and UK in order to investigate detailed case studies of the cultural politics of human rights.
Kate Nash researches how the authority to define human rights is being created within states as a result of international human rights by: highly complex interplay and “competition” between human rights and culture is the golden thread that traces through the paper, which focuses on several cultural practices and traditions which, it is suggested, violate certain human rights norms in South Africa.
These practices and traditions, all of which relate to women, are reviewed. Jonathan Todres is a Professor of Law at Georgia State University College of Law. His research focuses on children's rights and child well-being.
Professor Todres has published more than fifty articles on children's rights, child trafficking and related forms of exploitation, legal and cultural constructs of childhood, and human rights in children's : Jonathan Todres, Sarah Higinbotham.
Cultural rights are human rights that guarantee people and communities the freedom to access and participate in the culture of their choice. Cultural rights mainly aim at ensuring enjoyment of a culture and its components in conditions of equality, human dignity, and non-discrimination.
What is the relationship between culture and human rights. Can the idea of cultural rights, which are predicated on the distinctiveness and exclusivity of a communitya (TM)s beliefs and traditions, be compatible with the concept of human rights, which are universal and a ~inherenta (TM) to all human beings.
If we accept such compatibility, what is the actual content of cultural rights. About Rethinking Children's Rights. Rethinking Children's Rights explores attitudes towards and experiences of children's rights. Phil Jones and Sue Welch draw on a wide range of thought, research and practice from different fields and countries to debate, challenge and re-appraise long held beliefs, attitudes and ways of working and living with children.
In many parts of this book, I keep reminding of the importance of the ‘mater- ial’aspects of social this spirit,I want to thank the various institutions and foundations that have made the research that form the basis of this book Size: KB.
Unit - Equality, diversity and inclusion in work with children and young people Understand the importance of promoting equality and diversity in work with children and young people Identify the current legislation and codes of practice relevant to the promotion of equality and valuing of the setting there is a range of policies which formally sets out guidelines and.
The opposition of ‘culture’ and ‘rights’ is not uncommon in feminist legal discourse. This article argues that such an approach is fraught with danger as it creates an extremely restrictive framework within which African women can challenge domination; it limits our strategic interventions for transforming society and essentially plays into the hands of those seeking to perpetuate and Cited by: