Racist Violence in the United Kingdom

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Rights to non-discrimination in the application of international standards

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Page 47 - Body of Principles for the Protection of All Persons under Any Form of Detention or Imprisonment...
Page 30 - Everyone has the right to the protection of the law against such interference or attacks. ARTICLE 13 1. Everyone has the right to freedom of movement and residence within the borders of each state.
Page 4 - Police is simple: any incident in which it appears to the reporting or investigating officer that the complaint involves an element of racial motivation; or any incident which includes an allegation of racial motivation made by any...
Page 95 - Harassment, alarm or distress (1) A person is guilty of an offence if he — (a) uses threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour, or disorderly behaviour, or (b) displays any writing, sign or other visible representation which is threatening, abusive or insulting, within the hearing or sight of a person likely to be caused harassment, alarm or distress thereby.
Page 7 - Somerset Bedfordshire Cambridgeshire Cheshire Cleveland Cumbria Derbyshire Devon and Cornwall Dorset Durham Essex Gloucestershire Greater Manchester Hampshire Hertfordshire Humberside Kent Lancashire Leicestershire Lincolnshire...
Page 89 - It is a matter of the gravest concern if members of the ethnic minorities feel they are discriminated against by the criminal justice system: more so if their fears were to be borne out in reality...
Page iii - Human Rights Watch began in 1978 with the founding of its Helsinki division. Today, it includes five divisions covering Africa, the Americas, Asia, the Middle East, as well as the signatories of the Helsinki accords. It also includes three collaborative projects on arms transfers, children's rights, and women's rights.
Page iii - Watch defends freedom of thought and expression, due process and equal protection of the law, and a vigorous civil society; we document and denounce murders, disappearances, torture, arbitrary imprisonment, discrimination, and other abuses of internationally recognized human rights. Our goal is to hold governments accountable if they transgress the rights of their people.
Page 91 - A Question of Judgement, Summary of Race and Sentencing: A Study in the Crown Court (London: Commission for Racial Equality, 1992). 199 "(jK: Lord Chancellor's Department - Lord Chief Justice Speaks on Race and Criminal Justice," Hermes - UK Government Press Releases, June 30, 1995.
Page 95 - Independently of this covenant, it is a criminal offence for any person to interfere with the peace or comfort of a residential occupier or his household or to withdraw services reasonably required for residential occupation if the intention is to drive him out of the premises or to prevent him from exercising his...

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