Freedom, Equality, Community:The Political Philosophy of Six Influential Canadians James Bickerton, Stephen Brooks, Alain-G. Gagnon
Bachelor Thesis from the year 2017 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Topic: Public International Law and Human Rights, grade: 70.00 (A), , course: Law, language: English, abstract: This paper shall seek to discuss if the LGBT community has rights that are equal to those of heterosexual beings. It shall also extensively discuss the right to equality and freedom from discrimination of Lesbians, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender. Consequently, this paper shall focus in depth on the religious, political, social, cultural views in the United States, Kenya and other various countries around the globe. In addition, this study shall seek to discuss the international and regional framework of LGBT rights in the United States, Kenya and other countries around the world. Moreover, this study shall analyze the role of the courts both in the United States and Kenya. It shall seek to discuss why such rights are discriminatory and if Kenya should adopt the position as other countries that have passed the laws governing the LGBT community and to ensure the protection of the LGBT community. This research paper shall be based on desk study. The study will look into the International Bill of Rights, the Supreme Law of Kenya, The constitution of Kenya 2010 and other relevant legislative enactments, case law, historical studies, newspaper articles and also at interviews carried out by other researchers.
The Right to Equality and Non-Discrimination of the LGBT Community. A Comparison Between the United States and Kenya: Michelle Nyaguthi
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Animals, Equality and Democracy examines the structure of animal protection legislation and finds that it is deeply inequitable, with a tendency to favour those animals the community is most likely to see and engage with. Siobhan OSullivan argues that these inequities violate fundamental principle of justice and transparency. SIOBHAN OSULLIVAN is Research Fellow at the School of Social and Political Sciences, Melbourne University, Australia. She has a long-standing interest in animal protection and published widely on animal issues, including articles in Environmental Politics , Environmental Values and the Journal of Animal Ethics . Siobhan is an Associate Fellow of the Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics.
Some countries, like the UK, give special recognition by the state to one or a few religions; other countries, like France and the US, give recognition to none. This book is about a new approach that gives equal recognition to all religions and non-religious belief systems. Dr. Alan Carling trained in mathematics and political science, and taught social sciences at the University of Bradford, UK. His publications related to social inequality and social change include Social Division (1991), and (with Marie Macey) Ethnic, Racial and Religious Inequalities (2011). Alan is involved with a number of community initiatives in Bradford.
Excerpt from The Community of Property: Nationalization of Land I think a few considerations may be not out of place at present, on that scheme of the hour which, in laudable aspiration for the extinction of all human want, would propose to realize at last the equality of mankind through that community of property that Plato fabled. It is a big subject, and I do not propose new to do more than break ground on it, with a few remarks as well on general principles as on what the newspapers make salient at present. In these, for example, I read three or four days ago the report of a speech by Mr Henry George. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.
Merry argues that most voluntary separation experiments in education are not driven by a sense of racial, cultural or religious superiority. Rather, they are driven among other things by a desire for quality education, not to mention community membership and self respect.
Equality and Cultural Capital for Ethnic Minorities:Embarking on the Path of Community Learning and Development Dr Iqbal MD Mostafa