Fundamental rights (German: Grundrechte) are guaranteed in Germany by the Federal Constitution and in some state constitutions.In the Basic Law, most fundamental rights are guaranteed in the first section of the same name (Articles 1 to 19).
In Europe, the questions whether fundamental rights may or may not have be invoked by one private party against another private party, and whether fundamental rights can have effect between private parties inter se, is now known as the issue of the ‘horizontal effect’ of fundamental rights.
What is the relationship among fundamental rights to equality, to liberty, and to dignity? In several political and legal contexts, developments in equality law tend to be stalled by reference to ...
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Sadly human rights are used on the international stage as a rationalisation for decisions made on other grounds. We need human rights to be more important than economical and power games. Another threat to human rights is the 'war on terror'. Human rights are easily forgotten when a society is in a state of fear and hatred.
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Cannot exactly say which one is fav. but I can defo say Article 20 is the most interesting one out of all six fundamental rights enshrined in our constitution.
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What fundamental element of a political union is the European Union missing by Britain's decision to opt out of provisions such as the E.U. Charter of Fundamental Rights, the Schengen Agreement, and the Eurozone?
Townspeople did not have individual rights - possessed only those rights derived from being resident of particular town; freedom - man living in town for year and a day was free; exempt status - townspeople exempt from manorial services/duties; commercial privileges - citizens has rights to trade in town and charge toll to outsiders
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