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Dealing with law in migration control

Dealing with law in migration control: The powers of street-level bureaucrats at french consulates From Social & Legal Studies The role of consulates is crucial in countries with high migration flows because these offices effect a distinction between desirable migrants and … Continue reading

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Equal pay legislation and its impact on the gender pay gap

From International Journal of Discrimination and the Law Historically, women have often been paid less than men for doing the same or equivalent work. A recent report reveals that an average woman working full time from the age of 18 … Continue reading

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War crimes and the ruin of law

From Millennium – Journal of International Studies The Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) has acted as a prototype for international criminal justice in the aftermath of violent conflict and stated that ‘those who perpetrate horrific war crimes, genocide, … Continue reading

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