Essays about: "rättigheter"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 442 essays containing the word rättigheter.

  1. 1. RISK, RESPECT & UNSPEAKABLE ACTS : Untangling Intimate-Sexual Consent through 'Intuitive Inquiry' & 'Agential Realism'

    University essay from Karlstads universitet/Centrum för genusforskning (from 2013)

    Author : Frida Storm; [2021]
    Keywords : Doing; Consent; Communication; Intuition; Somatics; Intimacy; Sex; Sexual; Violence; Negotiation; Coercion; Rape; Legislation; Feminism; Neoliberal; Queer; Fanzine; BDSM; Dance; Performance; Sex Work; Responsibilization; Accountability; Diffraction; Entanglement; Autonomy; Agency; Power; Trauma.; Görande; samtycke; consent; kommunikation; intuition; somatik; intimitet; sex; sexuellt; våld; förhandling; tvång; våldtäkt; lagstiftning; feminism; nyliberalism; queer; fanzine; BDSM; dans; uppträdande; sexarbete; responsibilisering; ansvar; diffraction; entanglement; autonomi; agens; makt; trauma.;

    Abstract : In an attempt to address the issues in research and theory on consent, this thesis explores what consent can be seen as "doing" through an 'Intuitive Inquiry' (Anderson 2011a) and 'Agential Realism' (Barad 2007). Various manifestations of consent appears through: the experience of the researcher, consent research and theory, consent legislation, interviews with professionals in intimate-sexual consent, and, feminist fanzines. READ MORE

  2. 2. Not Just War, But A Just War : Individual rights versus the collective good in just cause for war

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Filosofiska institutionen

    Author : Amanda Larsson; [2021]
    Keywords : Just War Theory; Islamic Jihad tradition; Alan Gewirth; Expansive War;

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  3. 3. “What Is the 'Problem' Represented to Be?” - A thematic discourse analysis of six reports on the human rights abuses and lived effects of LGBTQIAP+ persons in Sri Lanka

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Mänskliga rättigheter

    Author : Clara Nishani Holm; [2021]
    Keywords : LGBTQIAP ; Sri Lanka; WPR; NGO reports; discourse; gender; sexual orientation; human rights; penal code; representation; Social Sciences;

    Abstract : NGOs are influential actors in world politics and development efforts. During the last decade increasing numbers of NGOs, international and national, have been reporting on the violations of the human rights of LGBTQIAP+ persons and the challenges these people face in their lives. READ MORE

  4. 4. The Narrative of Women's Empowerment - A narrative analysis of the global versusthe local narrative of Women’s Empowerment

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Mänskliga rättigheter

    Author : Julia Dellnäs; [2021]
    Keywords : Narrative; Empowerment; Feminism; NGOs; Myanmar; Social Sciences;

    Abstract : Empowerment, and particularly women’s empowerment, has become a catchphrase in the development industry over the past decades. The concept of women’s empowerment was developed by critical feminists largely originated in the West, which has raised several questions about how women’s empowerment translates across different cultures and contexts. READ MORE

  5. 5. UN Transitional Administrations: enjoying immunity or impunity? : A legal study on UN Transitional Administrations and their post-colonial impact on victims’ access to justice

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Teologiska institutionen

    Author : Viktoria Tomsson; [2021]
    Keywords : UN Transitional Administration; UN Peacekeeping forces; UN Peacekeepers; Postcolonialism; War crimes; Immunity; Victim s rights; FN:s fredsbevarande styrkor; FN-soldater; postkolonialism; Brott mot mänskligheten; Immunitet; Brottsoffers rättigheter;

    Abstract : United Nations peacekeeping forces and operations, have long had a history of crimes against civilians by its personnel, not least concerning crimes of sexual exploitation and abuse. While human rights violations are grave despite their origin, there is a specific element of impunity and distrust when the same people who comes to ‘protect’, are the same people who become perpetrators. READ MORE