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Right Within

Author : Minda Harts
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From the powerhouse author of The Memo, the essential self-help book for women of color to heal—and thrive—in the workplace In workplaces nationwide, women of color need frank talk and honest advice on how to deal with microaggressions, heal from racialized trauma, and find relief from invisible workplace burdens. Filled with Minda Harts’s signature wit and warmth, Right Within offers strategies for women of color to speak up during racialized moments with managers and clients, work through past triggers they may not even know still cause pain, and reframe past career disappointments as opportunities to grow into a new path. Through action points, exercises, and clear-eyed coaching, Harts encourages women to summon hidden reserves of strength and courage. She includes advice from therapists and faith leaders of color on a full range of ways to heal. Right Within will help women of color strengthen their resolve across corporate America, ensuring that we can all, finally, rise together.

Fragile Rights Within Cities

Author : John Goering
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This book offers a rich, multi-disciplinary assessment of the complex interface of housing, fairness, and government programs aimed at enforcing one of this nation's hallmark civil rights laws - the right to fair and open housing. The core questions for this book are how fair are this country's urban housing markets and how effective has the government been at what it is charged to do in ensuring open and diverse housing options for this country's minority groups?

Religious Rights within the Family

Author : Esther Erlings
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It is often asserted that ‘A family that prays together, stays together’. But what if a child no longer wishes to pray? This book analyses the law in relation to situations where parents force their children to manifest the parental religion. From thorough examination of international law it argues that, unlike what is generally believed, the human rights regime does not grant parents a right to impose manifestations of their religion on their children. Instead, the author proposes to regard coerced manifestations as a limitation on children’s right to freedom of manifestation, based on national laws that give parents rights at the domestic level under principles such as parental responsibility. The book focuses on two aspects of States’ positive obligations in this regard. First, the obligation to provide a regulatory framework that can protect children’s right to freedom of manifestation, and restricts limitations to those that are proportionate or 'necessary in a democratic society'. Second, to provide access to remedies, which it is argued should consist of access to a family-friendly infrastructure for dispute resolution available to parents and children in conflict over religious manifestation. Both depend heavily on the way States balance power between parents and children at the national level. The book includes three case studies and social research of jurisdictions that offer different perspectives under the principles of parental authority (France), parental responsibility (England) and parental rights (Hong Kong).

H R 1913 valuation of nontribal interest ownership of subsurface rights within the boundaries of the Acoma Indian Reservation

Author : United States. Congress. House. Committee on Natural Resources. Subcommittee on Energy and Mineral Resources
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The Radical Right During Crisis

Author : Eviane Leidig
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While the COVID-19 pandemic overshadowed all else and would quickly have a lasting impact on our daily lives, other events related to the radical right in 2020 soon surfaced. From terrorist attacks in Germany and India to anti-mask protests across the U.S. and Europe, radical right violence escalated in the midst of circulating conspiracy theories and disinformation. The yearbook draws upon insightful analyses from an international network of scholars, policymakers, and practitioners who explore the dynamics and impact of the radical right. It explores a wide range of topics including reflections on authoritarianism and fascism, the role of ideology and (counter-)intellectuals, and radical-right responses to the pandemic and calls for police reform in the height of the Black Lives Matter protests. It ends with important assessments on best approaches towards countering the radical right, both online and offline. This timely overview provides a broad examination of the global radical right in 2020, which will be useful for scholars, students, policymakers, journalists, and the public.

Czech Yearbook of International Law Rights of Host States within the System of International Investment Protection 2011

Author : Alexander J. Bělohlávek
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With the successful introduction in 2010 of the Czech Yearbook of International Law, Professor Alexander J. Bělohlávek and Professor Naděžda Rozehnalová, the editors, present the 2011 volume of this ambitious project. The second volume focuses on the admittedly controversial topics relating to a shift from the investors’ viewpoints on investment protection to the contrasting viewpoints of the host states, which are facing growing numbers of alleged claims by investors. Volume II has set as its objective to plot the shift in the paradigm towards a new balance between investors and host states in the investment protection system. Such a shift can be observed in the rising number of counterclaims brought by host states against investors, by the introduction of new standards for evaluation of investments in light of the good faith of the investor at the time of an investment, and by the choice of an absolute means of protection of a host state's interest against investor claims by termination of an existing investment treaty. These topics represent pieces of the whole mosaic of this problem, to which the second volume of the Czech Yearbook of International Law is dedicated to a wide professional audience. The Czech Yearbook of International Law (CYIL) is a collective effort by the following persons and institutions

Women s Rights Emerges Within the Anti Slavery Movement 1830 1870

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Combining documents with an interpretive essay, this book is the first to offer a much-needed guide to the emergence of the women's rights movement within the anti-slavery activism of the 1830s. A 60-page introductory essay traces the cause of women's rights from Angelina and Sarah Grimké's campaign against slavery through the development of a full-fledged women's rights movement in the 1840s and 1850s. A rich collection of over 50 documents includes diary entries, letters, and speeches from the Grimkés, Maria Stewart, Lucretia Mott, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Theodore Weld, Frances Harper, Sojourner Truth, and others.

Governing Intellectual Property Rights Within Publicly Funded Biobanks

Author : Rajam Neethu
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Governing Intellectual Property Rights Within Publicly Funded Biobanks R. Neethu The boom in biobanks and health databases as research infrastructures have evoked various legal and ethical debates. Since then numerous new developments have emerged such as digitalization, big-data research and artificial intelligence which has important implications for biobank-based research and collaborations. This new paradigm offers new legal challenges for commercial involvement particularly within a publicly funded setting. In this innovative book, the author shows that securing maximum social benefit out of the knowledge emanating from the use of biobank resources lies in managing intellectual property inputs and outputs effectively in keeping with the values core to such research. Focusing on the challenges of involving intellectual property rights (IPRs) particularly in the precompetitive phase of biobank-based research, the book offers an extensive understanding of the role of different IPRs and identifies the gaps in the law and its implications for biobanks. The analysis covers important aspects in relation to biobanks such as: Digital integration and biomedical data storage; Ownership of biological samples; Commercialization and benefit sharing; Partnership models; Public sector research; Disposition of samples; Consent; Cross-border exchange; Trade secrecy; Privacy; Regulatory stewardship; Business strategies; Ethical considerations over biological resources; Patenting of inventions relating to personalized medicine; Ethical parameters within patent law; and Rights regarding genetic data and databases. The book includes observations, case studies and interviews conducted by the author. In conclusion, the author offers cogent recommendations for legal interoperability of IP rules and research practices designed to enhance the ability of biobanks to share, access and reuse data. This book is the first of its kind to explore the organizational and legislative choices for biobanks particularly while engaging in the protection of research results and technology transfer within a publicly funded setting. It will be of substantial interest to all stakeholders in biobanking, especially policymakers, biobankers and researchers working in the field of health law as well as for legal practitioners, academics and patient interest groups.

Leasing of Mineral Rights Within the Fort Berthold Reservation

Author : United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Indian Affairs (1993- )
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STATE OF EMERGENCY MEASURES WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF LAW AND HUMAN RIGHTS

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With the decree-laws adopted under state of emergency declared following the coup attempt on 15 July 2016, more than 125 thousand people have been dismissed their professions and more than three thousand organizations and institution have been closed down. As a grounds for the measures adopted for natural and real persons, it is shown that those who are considered to "have relation", "connection" or "contact" with terrorist organizations or structure/entities, organizations or groups established as engaging in activities against the national security of the State by the National Security Council, which has no judicial duty, whose resolutions are of advisory nature for the Council of Ministers which issues emergency decree-laws However, the concepts of connection and contact mentioned in the said justification are of “intelligence” nature concepts which were not previously available in our law and which have no meaning or equivalent in terms of criminal and disciplinary law. In other words, without the need for any court decision, with the decision of “an administrative board”, structures, groups and formations which were not mentioned in the Decree-Laws have been considered to be a "terrorist organization", and the persons who are alleged to have connection and contact with these organizations have been deemed to be "a member of a terrorist organization". But this admission is contrary to the principle that "the administration cannot impose criminal offences through regulatory procedures", which is set forth in Article 2/2 of the Turkish Penal Code and "presumption of innocence" Furthermore, persons in question have not been notified which terrorist organization they are a member with, their defence statement has not been obtained in spite of the grave allegation against them, and they have been dismissed their profession by putting their names in the lists that were not clear by whom and according to which criteria they are prepared. Foregoing emergency procedures and measures are required to be assessed in terms of fundamental rights and freedom as well as universal law criterion, in order to meet this need, the study herein touches upon the law practices in Turkey administered by the state of emergency. The topics covered in the study were examined in six chapters. In the first chapter, it is touched upon the legality of the emergency decree-laws and the role of the Turkish Constitutional Court played in the course of the State of Emergency; in the second chapter, it is reviewed the compatibility with the European Convention on Human Rights of the dismissal decisions in particular on the judges and prosecutors; in the third chapter, the assessment of the detention decision on in particular judges and prosecutors within the context of the right to liberty and security was tackled; in the fourth chapter, it is dealt with if the Inquiry Commission on the State of Emergency Measures is considered as an effective domestic remedy; in the fifth chapter, it is examined compatibility of the prison uniform with the European Convention on Human Rights; and the sixth and last chapter covers the assessments on the Constitutional amendments related to the judiciary made on 16 April 2017. I'd like to take this opportunity to thank my wife and daughters for their patience, love and support in this process, and I hereby wish the book would be useful to the legal community and those who are interested in the issue.