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Editorial

Francois Venter
2017 Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal  
In his lecture he addressed a range of contentious issues regarding the challenges of judging under a (new) Bill of Rights and he inter alia raises, "without answering, the question of whether a bill of  ...  Among his conclusions he states that a Bill of Rights "is supposed to remove arbitrariness, not only of legislation but also of adjudication."  ...  In his lecture he addressed a range of contentious issues regarding the challenges of judging under a (new) Bill of Rights and he inter alia raises, "without answering, the question of whether a bill of  ... 
doi:10.17159/1727-3781/2009/v12i3a2738 fatcat:uwqrxiat2vapfp62bt4q7kvhqu

Editorials

1924 Journal of Education  
Mabel Ralf Putnam of Milwaukee has a startling presentation of “The Winning of the First Bill of Rights for American Women.”  ...  Frank Putnam’s story of the introdue. tion of the Wisconsin Bill of Women’s Rights and the passage of the “First Bill of Rights for American Women” is as fascinating ag any work of fiction.  ... 
doi:10.1177/002205742409901401 fatcat:no2eex3pfjayfnsuocqra3cqm4

Editorial

Ian Maxwell
2020 Theology in Scotland  
This paper offers an assessment of the lifework of James Cone and the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s, through a comparison of Cone and Dietrich Bonhoeffer.  ...  A commitment, that is, to 'responsible action in faith … [and] exclusive allegiance to God.'  ... 
doi:10.15664/tis.v27i1.2098 fatcat:x7zne7bibvhzvpz6vqlw736tay

Editorial

Mimi Sheller, Gijs Mom
2017 Transfers Interdisciplinary Journal of Mobility Studies  
In "Automobiles and Socioeconomic Sustainability: Do We Need a Mobility Bill of Rights?" Daniel Newman argues for a Mobility Bill of Rights and begins to enumerate its basis.  ...  He has drafted a very easily understood Mobility Bill of Rights that lays out some of the basic principles, and he calls on us to share it, discuss it, promote dialogue, and take action.  ...  We introduced Liz and Steven in the editorial of the previous issue.  ... 
doi:10.3167/trans.2017.070201 fatcat:xxjzuo526zeu3d5bccjljw2gey

Editorial

Cecil Yongo, Imani Jaoko
2017 Strathmore Law Review  
Editorial There can seldom be greatness without consistency-it is only through steady and continued efforts to achieve and maintain a certain standard that one can truly be great.  ...  A year ago the inaugural volume of the Strathmore Law Review (SLR) was made available to the legal fraternity and academy at large.  ...  of the Bill of Rights and Judicial Review.  ... 
doi:10.52907/slr.v2i1.129 fatcat:mgehhytrmzesbinlvkcpa2sy4y

Editorials

1925 Journal of Education  
Finley, associate editor of the New York Times, probably the most prominent school man of the country from the standpoint of varied educational and editorial service, and without a superior in platform  ...  Conwell was in no small degree responsible.  ... 
doi:10.1177/002205742510202201 fatcat:2obrpaxigzge3jhvokzsf4uzea

Editorial

Brice Dickson
2020 Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly  
on, and draft proposals for, a Bill of Rights for Northern Ireland.  ...  His latest (edited) book is A Responsibility to Assist: Human rights policy and practice in European Union conflict management operations (Oxford: Hart Publishing 2009).  ... 
doi:10.53386/nilq.v60i2.478 fatcat:y4rs55e56zf3jllqx6eui6ho5y

Editorial

Stephen Curran, Niall Dew, Jeremy Halstead, Chris Leach, Jill Leckey, Mike Lucock, Virginia Minogue, Susan Shaw
2010 Mental Health and Learning Disabilities Research and Practice  
This edition of the journal provides a number of examples of service delivery which have attempted to achieve inclusive and responsive services.  ...  Editorial One of the main obstacles to social inclusion, for people with mental health problems or learning disabilities, is discrimination and stigma.  ... 
doi:10.5920/mhldrp.2010.713 fatcat:jouxtxiwbvap7k5iuebcn2msnq

EDITORIAL COMMENT

1903 The American Journal of Nursing  
of its own standards, until it has a right to determine who shall be admitted to its ranks, it is hardly just and hardly fair for it to be held responsible for all of the uneducated and immoral women  ...  Our bill does not reserve the right to use ' trained' or ' graduate,' as that inter¬ feres with ' vested rights' and would not pass, but we do reserve the right to use ' registered' and ' licensed.' "  ... 
doi:10.1097/00000446-190303000-00031 fatcat:smi6oh7zkbaxxjh2aiafkft3la

Editorial

Ian Robottom
1993 Australian Journal of Environmental Education  
He has also been President of the North American Association for Environmental Education, and a long-serving member of the editorial board of \he Journal of Environmental Education.  ...  In this issue, Norman Blaikie's article examines commitment to an ecological worldview and environmentally responsible behaviour in a sample of Melbourne university students, using a 24-item ecological  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0814062600003141 fatcat:lzrvhvvpajfpdgdia3atrfeh7e

Editorial

David Wills
2022 Legal Information Management  
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS I would like to record my thanks to all my colleagues on the LIM Editorial Board, and in particular to acknowledge the work of the proof-readers, as well as Katherine Read and Heather  ...  Since the previous issue of the journal one of our Board members, Joanne Whalley, stepped down; she had made an important contribution to the work of Board as one of our proof-readers for a number of the  ...  A year later and this issue presents an updated set of survey results.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1472669622000020 fatcat:4nc42oufavdgvldw3dbhoh2why

Editorial

William B. Rawls
1954 Journal of The American Geriatrics Society  
Social security and old age pensions are but a step in the right direction.  ...  Editorial RETIREMENT AND THE RETIREMENT AGE Increasing attention has been focused during the past few years on the problems of the aged, the question of retirement, and the appropriate age for retirement  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1532-5415.1954.tb01187.x fatcat:jkoxnr5apjhmffcafzo3qaohki

Editorial

Peggy Leatt
2005 Healthcare Quarterly  
In December 2003, the government of Quebec adopted draft bill 25, which launched a major reorganization of Quebec's health and social services system.  ...  Peggy Leatt, PhD We Editorial H E A LT H CA R E Q U A R T E R LY V O L . 8 N O . 4 • 2 005 | 1  ... 
doi:10.12927/hcq..17683 fatcat:iwdycbp3urft7ihzv7q6yndxbq

Ethics Editorial

Lesley S. J. Farmer
2017 Education Libraries  
That is part of our responsibility within the profession. I recently received my American Library Association renewal membership card, which was attached to the library Bill of Rights.  ...  3 As natural and political disasters surround and affect us, the issue of "right response" becomes an impor tant consideration. What is the ethical way for librarians do deal with the Patriot Act?  ... 
doi:10.26443/el.v28i1.207 fatcat:5ugwbqohtndoxe4q7qcuwpl4je

EDITORIAL

Colin G. Orton
2004 Medical Physics (Lancaster)  
EDITORIAL I find it hard to believe that it is now eight years since I assumed the reins as Editor of Medical Physics.  ...  As most of you know, as Editor I assign each manuscript received to an Associate Editor (either a member of the Board of Editors or a Guest Associate Editor).  ... 
doi:10.1118/1.1820015 fatcat:3ie374hmsjh4jmbjpd3hpd7gpu
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