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31. Notes and shorter articles, 2000

BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: part of a serial

Notes and shorter articles /

REFERENCE TO GENERIC UNIT (Periodica): European law review : vol. 25; no. 4 ., p. 408-459. - London : Sweet and Maxwell, 2000. - ISSN 0307-5400


ABSTRACT: The articles are:. 1. Are workers' undertakings for the purpose of competition rules?, by Paul Nihoul. 2. Passport controls at borders between member states, by Helen Toner. 3. A lost opportunity for European legislation of genitically modified organisms, by ANdrea Mastromatteo. 4. EC law and equal treatment inthe armed forces, by Panos Koutrakos. 5. Fundamental values in the House of Lords, by Erika Szyszczak. 6. Defining a sufficiently serious breach of EC law : the House of Lords casts its net into the waters, by Adam Cygan.

* lagstiftning = legislation = lainsäädäntö
* genetik = genetics = genetiikka
* jämlik behandling = equal treatment = tasa-arvoinen kohtelu
* armé = army = armeija
* rättsfall/rättspraxis = cases/case law = oikeustapaukset/oikeuskäytäntö
* medborgarskap = citizenship = kansalaisuus
* direkt effekt = direct effect = välitön vaikutus
* internationell handel = international trade = kansainvälinen kauppa


32. Kuper, Jenny : Military training and children in armed conflict, 2005


Military training and children in armed conflict : law, policy and practice / Kuper, Jenny, xxi, 299 p.. - Leiden : Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2005.

ISBN 90-04-13673-8


ABSTRACT: Contents:. 1. Introduction: Context, Questions and Framework. Part 1 Law and Policy Relevant to the Training of Officers of National Armed Forces as Regards the Treatment of Children at the Outset, During, and Shortly After Situations of Armed Conflict. 2. Part I(A)(1)—Law and Policy: Content of Rules Relevant to Officer Training —Parameters and Basic Principles. 3. Part I(A)(1)—Law and Policy: Content of Rules Relevant to Officer Training Regarding Children—Child Civilians. 4. Part I(A)(1)—Law and Policy: Content of Rules Relevant to Officer Training Regarding Children—Child Soldiers. 5. Part I(A)(1)—Law and Policy: Content of General Rules Relevant to Officer Training Regarding Children—Landmines, Culpability/Command Responsibility, and Selected War Crimes Trials (1998-2001). 6. Part I(A)(2)—Law and Policy: Obligations of Governments—Treaty Law, ‘Soft Law’, and the Committee on the Rights of the Child. 7. Part I(B)—Impact of Law and Policy: Methodology. Part II Practice: Training for Officers of National Armed Forces on the Treatment of Children—Country Studies and the ICRC. 8. Part II—Introduction and Country Studies (Category A). 9. Part II—Country Studies (Category B) and the ICRC. Part III Summary and Recommendations. 10. Conclusion. Appendices:. 1. Captured Child Soldiers in Non-International and in International Armed Conflict. 2. Civil-Military Cooperation: Save the Children, West Africa. 3. Charts: I) Child-Related Training Materials—Eleven Selected Countries, and II) Summary of Comments—San Remo Institute. 4. ‘Background Notes’ to Country Studies—Category (A) and Category (B). 5. Sample Training Materials. 6. Summary: Key Rules Regarding Child Civilians and Child Soldiers.

* barn = children = lapset
* barnsoldater = child soldiers = lapsisotilaat
* väpnad konflikt = armed conflict = aseellinen selkkaus
* armé = army = armeija
* soldater = soldiers = sotilaat
* väpnade styrkor = armed forces = asevoimat

NOTE (GENERAL): Geneva conventions, ICCPR, CRC, CRC-OP

URL http://www.brill.nl/default.aspx?partid=18&pid=18286

33. Brems, Eva (ed.) : Stereotypes and human rights law, 2016


Stereotypes and human rights law / Brems, Eva (ed.) ; Timmer, Alexandra (ed.), 198 p. - Cambridge : Intersentia, 2016.

ISBN 978-1-78068-368-3


ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. 1. Eva Brems and Alexandra Timmer: Introduction. 2. Simone Cusack: Building momentum towards change: how the UN's response to stereotyping is evolving. 3. Lourdes Peroni and Alexandra Timmer: Gender stereotyping in domestic violence cases: an analysis of the European Court of Human Rights' jurisprudence. 4. Vernónica Undurraga: Gender stereotyping in the case law of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights. 5. Michael Perlin: 'My sense of humanity has gone down the drain': stereotypes, stigma and sanism. 6. Mathias Möschel: Racial stereotypes and human rights. 7. Rikki Holtmaat: The head of the woman is the man: the failure to address gender stereotypes in the legal procedures around the Dutch SGP. 8. Rebecca Cook and Cornelia Weiss: Gender stereotyping in the military: insights from court cases.

* kön = gender = sukupuoli
* ras = race = rotu
* handikappade = disabled persons = vammaiset
* jämlikhet = equality = tasa-arvo
* diskriminering = discrimination = syrjintä
* familjevåld = domestic violence = perheväkivalta
* kvinnor = women = naiset
* CEDAW Committee = CEDAW Committee = CEDAW Committee
* rättsfall/rättspraxis = cases/case law = oikeustapaukset/oikeuskäytäntö
* interamerikanska domstolen för de mänskliga rättigheterna = Inter-American Court of Human Rights = Inter-amerikkalainen ihmisoikeustuomioistuin
* europeiska domstolen för de mänskliga rättigheterna = European Court of Human Rights = Euroopan ihmisoikeustuomioistuin
* armé = army = armeija