Essays about: "Access to justice"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 70 essays containing the words Access to justice.

  1. 1. "We became sisters, not of blood but of pain" : Women's experiences of organization and empowerment in relation to enforced disappearances in Mexico

    University essay from Stockholms universitet/Latinamerikainstitutet

    Author : Karin Bender; [2017]
    Keywords : Women s empowerment; women s organization; enforced disappearances; Mexico; power; critical consciousness; feminist research;

    Abstract : Enforced disappearances has been used as a repressive strategy by numerous Latin American states against tens of thousands of presumed political opponents and adversaries, starting in the 1960’s in Guatemala. In contemporary Latin America, Mexico holds the record for disappearances, both politically and non-politically motivated, with more than 30 000 cases reported since the beginning of the drug war in 2006. READ MORE

  2. 2. Legal Consciousness and Language Rights: Passing on Finnish Minority Language to Future Generations in Sweden.

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Rättssociologiska institutionen

    Author : Veera Säisä; [2017]
    Keywords : European linguistic diversity; National minority language; Sweden; Access to justice; Right to mother tongue education; Legal consciousness; Social Sciences;

    Abstract : When law is ambiguously articulated or various legal norms and obligations are working simultaneously, it creates a puzzling situation to individuals that are expected to follow or live under the unclear law. To study these instances, one must depart from the analysis of formal legal texts and legal institutions into the everyday experiences and perceptions of individual citizens. READ MORE

  3. 3. Watering down justice : energy justice in the Inga dams case in the DRC

    University essay from Lunds universitet/LUCSUS

    Author : Ruth Krüger; [2017]
    Keywords : hydroelectric dams; energy justice; sustainability science; Democratic Republic of Congo; post-colonial context; Social Sciences;

    Abstract : The focus of this thesis is energy justice and sustainability science, and the argument is based on a case study of the Inga dams. Substantial further development of hydropower is planned at the Inga dams, located on the Congo River in the Democratic Republic of Congo. READ MORE

  4. 4. State compensation as trafficking victims' recall for justice. : -A comparative study of the implementation of trafficking victims' right to state compensation in five EU-member states, as a measure of transnational justice and equality before the law.

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Teologiska institutionen

    Author : Emma Tengwall; [2017]
    Keywords : Compensation; trafficking in human beings; restoration; transnational justice; crime victim; victimization; equal concern; equality before the law; social freedom; cosmopolitanism.;

    Abstract : State compensation is considered a complementary tool for victims of crimes’ access to restorative justice. Particular benefits with state compensation for trafficked persons is the non-involvement of the offender, which by the nature of the crime usually implies a major obstacle for their access to financial compensation. READ MORE

  5. 5. The Territorial Limitation of the Swedish Wage Remuneration Rule for Closely Held Companies in light of EU- and Domestic Tax Law on Third Country Inbound Dividends

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Institutionen för handelsrätt

    Author : Joel Dahl; [2017]
    Keywords : rå 2007 ref 59; rå 2000 ref 38; rå 2000 ref 47; qualified shares; market access; purpose approach; definite influence; rå 2007; rå 2000; skatteverket v a and b; eea; eu; association agreements; dividend; third countries; article 49; article 63; free movement of capital; freedom of establishment; world wide taxation; european and international taxation; tax law; tax; sweden; swedish income tax; capital export neutrality; FII group litigation; Kronos; Baars; SECIL; inbound dividends; inbound dividend; closely held companies; territorial limitation; wage remuneration; Law and Political Science;

    Abstract : The Swedish rules for closely held companies were enacted to combat income conversion abuse in limited liability companies where natural persons acted as both owners and employees. In the Swedish Income Tax Act, employment income is taxed according to a progressive rate while capital income is taxed according to a flat rate. READ MORE