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Human rights perspectives of Indian Dalits
Indian institution of inequality is elaborately constructed in the form of caste system which has been in existence since ancient times. Dalits aretraditionally lower caste people who are regarded as untouchables and are discriminated socially, economically and politically. Their human rights areregularly violated. Recent cases of Dalit human rights violations include, Jat -Dalit violence case killing 3 Dalits and 13...
Author(s): Uttamkumar S. Bagde
Article Number: CF4D40964938
Conspicuously absent: Women’s role in conflict resolution and peace building in northern Uganda in the context of UnitedNations resolution 1325
The study, Conspicuously Absent: Women’s Role in Conflict Resolution and Peace Building in Northern Uganda in the Context of United NationsResolution 1325. The research was carried out in war ravaged Acholi sub region covering the districts of Amuru, Gulu, Kitgum and Pader because theyare located in the centre of Northern Uganda conflict between the Government and the rebels commonly known as the Lord’s...
Author(s): Catherine Jendia
Article Number: C72AE9262710
The contentious relationship between Africa and the International Criminal Court (ICC)
The International Criminal Court (ICC) established in 2002 under the Rome Statute with significant support from African States, which comprisethirty percent of the ICC’s total membership. After nearly two decades in operation, the ICC has issued a number of indictments to bothsitting and ex-African leaders. The African Union has criticized these indictments citing that the court seems to be overly...
Author(s): Emmanuel Okurut and Hope Among,
Article Number: BDEC46257648
Estimating the impact of state government spending and the economy on crime rates
The determinants of crime have been an area of numerous studies over time. In spite of this volume of work, interest in the causes of crimecontinues to persist. This paper investigates the determinants of variations in crime rates in the United States using cross-sectional state-leveldata. It explores the role of government spending and socio-economic variables and compares these determinants for the three years 1990,...
Author(s): Uchenna N. Akpom and Adrian D. Doss
Article Number: 40D750956167
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