Human right

The Human Rights Act 1998 places the courts in effective control

Since the incorporation of the Human Rights Act into UK law, there has been much controversy as to whether the courts have too much input in parliamentary matters. There is also the question of whether the judiciary should not be allowed to exercise this influence since they are not an elected body like the government. […]

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Human Rights & Refugees

Human rights are universally recognized liberties for each human in the world granted by birth. Just the fact that you are born entitles you the right to be treated in a comfortable and respectable manner. The important part of these rights is that they are undeniable and inalienable. Meaning no human being should be denied […]

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Human Right Act

Every citizen is provided responsibilities and a clear statement of rights by the Human Rights Act. According to the former prime minister, Tony Blair, the Human Right Act requires everyone working in the public service to respect the rights of others in everything they do[1] (Blair 1999). A year after the former prime minister made […]

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My profession and my passion

Alternative Dispute Resolution has many benefits serving as a legal substitute for resolving civil disputes. Most courts prefer the proceedings of an ADR as opposed to Litigation. In some countries the option of ADR must be analyzed before attempting to initiate the proceedings of litigation. Most district courts along with appeal courts will oversee the […]

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