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21 Nov 2016

The impact of an increase in university tuition fees on higher education participation rates

Case study - 10 pages - Educational studies

During the 1992-2007 period, the UK has witnessed great variances in the structure of Higher Education (HE) funding. Moving away from a period where taxpayers footed the entire costs incurred by HE, economic agents holding at least 2 A-levels have begun to contribute to their future HE prospects....

07 Jul 2015

Freedom of religion: an endangered freedom but protected by the European Convention on Human Rights

Case study - 4 pages - Educational studies

To quote Professor Catherine Teitgen-Colly, "political pluralism, respect for human rights and the rule of law have become true" statutory conditions ". In terms of the constituent rights of democratic society, the fundamental rights guaranteed by the Convention are not...

07 Jul 2015

Socialist Party of Turkey

Case study - 5 pages - Educational studies

M.Levinet indicates that Shariah is incompatible with the European Convention on Human Rights. His religious principles have a stable and invariable. But this is contrary to pluralism defended by the Convention. In effect, the Court defends a reading of principles constantly changing. In...

07 Jul 2015

The Kokkinakis and Larissis judgments

Case study - 4 pages - Educational studies

The Court states, unanimously, that the measure "a legitimate aim" as it was aimed at protecting public order. Thus, the Court recognizes that the States a margin of appreciation in assessing the existence and extent of the need for interference. However, the judges point out that this goes along...

07 Jul 2015

The judgment of the Strasbourg Court

Case study - 3 pages - Educational studies

The judgment of the Court E.D.H. , Kokkinakis against Greece of 25 May 1993 allows to analyze individual aspects of that freedom. Under Article 9, freedom to manifest one's religion is not only exercisable in community with others, "in public" and within the circle of those whose faith...

07 Jul 2015

What are the fundamental principles of the European model of relations between States and religion?

Case study - 4 pages - Educational studies

Furthermore, the Court draws a in concreto analysis of the real potential to seize political power. The Court analyzes the danger. This should be "tangible and immediate." The dissolution of a political party must meet a pressing social need: the Court in Refah, analyzes the chances of completing...

07 Jul 2015

The struggle against sectarianism

Case study - 4 pages - Educational studies

As for the US, they apply a formal separation church / state. This design is not based on secularism, but on the absolute freedom of religion. According to the First Amendment to the Constitution, "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment or prohibit the free exercise of...

07 Jul 2015

Reconciliation of public service neutrality and guarantee of freedom of religion

Case study - 4 pages - Educational studies

The Court then analyzes the values represented by the headscarf. Now, for the Court, the scarf is "imposed on women," and it follows a prescription "difficult to reconcile with the principle of gender equality". But first, it seems quite embarrassing that the Court gives an interpretation of a...

07 Jul 2015

Religious freedom: freedom to the test of public service and the principle of neutrality

Case study - 4 pages - Educational studies

It is first necessary that the public service is an apparent neutrality: it is the public service as a neutral place. It is useful to recall that the principle that worship is not a public service. But in any event, the neutrality of the public service places is required, either under the...

07 Jul 2015

Significant limitations on freedom of education

Case study - 3 pages - Educational studies

Already in the Kjeldsen, limits dawn we saw some this educational freedom. First, even assuming that the second sentence of Article 2 of Protocol I applies to public school, it would involve only the right for parents to have their children exempted from religious instruction to denominational....

07 Jul 2015

Council of Europe

Case study - 4 pages - Educational studies

Julie Ringelheim also regrets the lack of definition in the Convention. The supervisory bodies have refused to broad interpretation But since large denominations, atypical movements benefit. No international convention gives. Moreover, faced with this difficulty, the Strasbourg...

07 Jul 2015

The freedom to change religion or the cornerstone of the principle of freedom of religion

Case study - 4 pages - Educational studies

Freedom of religion or, more broadly, of conviction, because it affects everyone in the depths of him, is abundant authority in the decisions of the Strasbourg court. Indeed, whether the problem of the manifestation of religion, especially in areas subject to public authority, or the problem of...

07 Jul 2015

The content of religious freedom and its limits

Case study - 4 pages - Educational studies

Freedom of religion or, more broadly, of conviction, because it affects everyone in the depths of him, is abundant authority in the decisions of the Strasbourg court. Indeed, whether the problem of the manifestation of religion, especially in areas subject to public authority, or the...

07 Jul 2015

The limits on freedom of religion holding limits to freedom of expression

Case study - 4 pages - Educational studies

In terms of non-guaranteed rights by the Rome Convention, it is first clear that "the term" practice "as used in Article 9§1 does not cover any act which is motivated or influenced by a religion or a belief. When the actions of individuals do not actually express the belief concerned they can not...

07 Jul 2015

Freedom of religion

Case study - 3 pages - Educational studies

Gerard Gonzalez said already in 1999: "Statelessness of divinity is limited by the need for states to organize the modalities of worship visited him when they interfere with certain constraints of civil society's. religious freedom while limiting the risk of arbitrariness, provided that it is...

07 Jul 2015

Europe and the ports of religious symbols at school: an absence of obvious consensus

Case study - 4 pages - Educational studies

The Sahin v / Turkey is fundamental in that it tends to limit the risks of inconventionnalité edited measures against violators of the ban on the wearing of conspicuous religious symbols and after the decision Karaduman c / Turkey of 3 November 1993, already unfavorable to the...

07 Jul 2015

The European Convention: Human Rights

Case study - 3 pages - Educational studies

The European Convention on Human Rights, however, is a model of effective protection of human rights in that it has a binding force. This is possible due to judicial review of compliance with the rights enshrined in the first instance, the control of the European Commission of Human Rights and...

06 Jul 2015

The impact of the marketing environment: Greggs

Case study - 8 pages - Educational studies

Greggs is large chain of bakeries established in 1951 from John Gregg. The business is locate and operate in UK market. Later in 1964 his son Ian Gregg starts to develop and pattern the way for one very successful profit business by delivering a good quality of the product and great value. The...

06 Jul 2015

The Sikhs: The pastoral supervision

Case study - 4 pages - Educational studies

There is a permanent organization in the temple. This remains inspired Christian structures. The faithful will be linked to parish (pirah) attached to dioceses (Maji) themselves attached by assemblies (sangat). However, there is no monk, no clergy. All men and women can lead religious services....

06 Jul 2015

The Sikhs: Case study

Case study - 5 pages - Educational studies

In the film Plays like Beckham Gurinder Chadha, we see evolve with humor and realism the lives of the middle class in Southall Sikh, Punjabi suburb of East London. It particularly notes the father of Jessminder officer at Heathrow airport with his turban, or parents praying before a portrait of...

06 Jul 2015

The Sikh rites

Case study - 5 pages - Educational studies

Sikhism dogma is centered on the reading of the Adi Grant ("First Book") which are compiled the teachings of Nanak and his successors. It was begun by Guru Arjan in 1604 and completed by Guru Govind Singh in 1705. This concludes the revelation. This is a compilation of about 15,575 divided into...

06 Jul 2015

The UK submission

Case study - 6 pages - Educational studies

On the death of the chief Ranjit, Sikhs states fell into chaos. In 1849 because of British colonization, Sikhs lost their independence after the battle of Gujrat. Sikhs nevertheless rallied to the British during the Indian Mutiny in 1857. These were mainly for them to annihilate the Northern...

06 Jul 2015

The doctrine of salvation; a conception of Nature of Man

Case study - 4 pages - Educational studies

The quest of salvation is very important to the Guru. His teaching will be mainly based on it. Man is the main obstacle to salvation. "Man, when did not convert, is similar to a slave whose master is the world." Indeed, man is going to focus on its values, passions, sensuality, anger, pride,...

06 Jul 2015

London city

Case study - 3 pages - Educational studies

London, central and dynamic city becomes throughout the century the place of a strong political activism, in its most modern form. The UK is considered the land of individual freedom that welcomes exiles continent such as Zola or Marx and Engels. They organize their 1847 international communist...

06 Jul 2015

London, the capital of the nineteenth century

Case study - 3 pages - Educational studies

"London has many aspects. It's a great city. Huge. The richest city in the world's largest port, the largest industrial city, the imperial city, the center of civilization, the heart of the world ... It is a wonderful place ... a whirlwind, an abyss. It takes you up and you...

10 Jun 2015

Urban development of the city in the Classical period (fifth century av.JC.- fourth century BC) and the beginning of the Hellenistic period: Independence Delos (314 av.JC.- 167 BC .)

Case study - 4 pages - Educational studies

Following the Persian Wars in 478 BC, Athens creates a maritime league known as the Delian League attico-or the Delian League, which aims to bring together the Greek forces against a possible new attack of the Persians . This league gives Delos, the title of the headquarters of the...

20 May 2015

Individualization the penalty for heinous crimes

Case study - 3 pages - Educational studies

The past fifteen years in force gives law a tight vote (6x5) or the Supreme Court which declared unconstitutional laws on the art. Then it established penalty for heinous crimes that was complied with in dated regime. This issue deserves wide discussion in society, being praiseworthy or...

20 May 2015

Crimes against the intangible property

Case study - 5 pages - Educational studies

Crimes against intellectual property are defined in the Brazilian penal code in title III of the special part, in Articles 184 to 196. They are: crimes against intellectual property, crimes against privilege of invention, crimes against industry and trade marks, crimes against unfair competition....

13 May 2015

Plato: Case study

Case study - 2 pages - Educational studies

Plato's position on the human person cannot be presented into a single package as there are many allusions to his stand on human nature. Plato's position in regards to human nature is that the human person is a dualistic being. This means that people are made up of two different kinds of soul,...

13 May 2015

Strategies used in Primary health Care

Case study - 3 pages - Educational studies

Health is the most precious asset in the possession of human beings. From my classroom experience and through interaction with literature texts, I have come to the conclusion that people can be responsible for their health. In this regard, to be responsible for a personal health concern, people...

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