Monthly Archives: July 2017

Explain and analyze how the European Court of Human Rights has expanded protection under Article 2 (the right to life) and Article 3 (prohibition of torture and inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment) of the European Convention on Human Rights through the development of positive

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The European Convention on Human Rights has encouraged refraining from the unlawful deprivation of life, investigation of suspicious deaths as well as take measures that assist in the prevention of avoidable losses of life. The court has established conditions such as using force where necessary, must be in defense of a third party and ensure that it must be subject to proper as well as efficient investigation…

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Cases of intelligence failures, (military or law enforcement or private and corporate sector or financial), where the principal cause of the intelligence failure in each case was a failure of acceptance.

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The Paris attack 13 Nov 2015 was characterized by a series of coordinated terrorist attacks that led to the death of 130 individuals and 352 left with injuries. The intelligence failure manifested itself in areas such as failure in sharing information, failure in surveillance, and failure in the detection as well as prioritization of threats. Such position has led to the notion that future scenarios would suffer the same fate…

 

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Impact of “unpaid labour” on women

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Unpaid labour amongst women is linked to the increased poverty affecting women as opposed to their counterparts, the men. In scenarios when women end up unpaid has led to the society concluding that women should be discouraged from investing in learning and achievement of relevant skills. Such instance has led to the women bringing less or no income to the households…

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UK implementation and enforcement of current international anti-money laundering standards

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The money laundering regulations date back from 1993 while they came into effect for the first time on 1 April 1994. The issue has been approached as a terrorist act as seen by the formation and adoption of Terrorism Act 2000. Such measures have focused on the consultations that will govern the transposing of the Fourth Money Laundering Directive as well as Fund Transfer Regulation…

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A discussion of the juridical and political value of recent scholarship on the history of human rights

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The history of human rights has been influenced greatly by both juridical and political value since they encourage protection of individuals against unacceptable behaviors and treatment. The recent scholarship on the history of human rights seeks to monitor the human rights mitigation measures established as well as their efficiency. Therefore, political agendas and value thus promote rapid growth of human rights…

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