Ethnic Minorities in English Law

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Trentham Books and School of Oriental & African Studies, 2000 - Law - 280 pages
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An authoritative, comprehensive and up-to-date account of UK law as it affects ethnic minority communities. Each chapter analyses particular aspects of the law:Ethnic minorities and immigration; Ethnic or racial groups? Judicial attitudes towards ethnic minorities; Legal pluralism in the British context; Parents and children; Conflict of obligation systems; Turbans and beards in English courts.

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Ethnic Minorities Net , ( 17th BILETA Annual Conference
Jones, R and Welhengama, G (2000), Ethnic Minorities in English Law, Trentham Books. mclennan, G (1995) Pluralism, Open University Press: Buckingham. ... Document%20Library/ 1/ Ethnic%20Minorities%20Net.pdf

Chapter 26 Respecting Cultural Diversity
Jones, R. and Gnanapala, W., Ethnic Minorities in English Law, Trentham Books (2000), p. 28. 6. Poulter, sm, Ethnicity, Law and Human Rights, ... family/ fla/ chap26.pdf

Le droit en partage : le monde juridique face ŕ la diversité ...
Richard JONES and Gnanapala WELHENGAMA, Ethnic Minorities in English Law,. London, Trengham Books (coll. Gems), 2000, p. 93-96. ... pdf/ publication/ rapportNoreau.pdf

About the author (2000)

Alfred Durr is one of the principal editors of the Neue Bach Ausgabe in which he edited "Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier." He holds honorary doctorates of music at Baldwin-Wallace College, Ohio and at Oxford University.
Richard Jones is a Bach scholar who has been a music editor, writer, and teacher since 1980. He studied at the University of Oxford and has taught at the universities of Cardiff and Sheffield. In 1997 he became the editor of the piano grade exam pieces for the Associated Board.

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