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Citizenship For Robots
It's 2019 and with the world progressively stepping towards technological advancement, active presence of machines is no surprise.
United Arab Emirates
28 May 2019
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Australia Seeks To Introduce New Animal Rights Activist Regulations
Animal rights are becoming a more and more prominent issue on a global scale.
Australia
26 Apr 2019
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Australian Regulation Banning Animal Testing For Cosmetic Products
Many basic rights exist to protect people. These fundamental human rights cover what most consider and think of as being the rights of every man ...
Australia
2 Apr 2019
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A Global View On Workers Rights With Special Emphasis On The UAE Laws
It is often said that workers rights are human rights. The statement expresses the importance of the protection of workers or labours in the society. Workers are members of the society
United Arab Emirates
28 Mar 2019
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International Perspective On Anti Discrimination And Laws Relating To Anti Discrimination In The UAE
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights came into existence 70 years ago, but the fundamental provision of the historic document is very much relevant today.
United Arab Emirates
12 Mar 2019
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Australian Human Rights Regulations: Protections Provided To Citizens
Human rights regulations are some of the most common laws around the world, and also among the most important.
Australia
7 Mar 2019
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The UAE Amendments To Child Protection Regulations
The Prime Minister, Vice President of the UAE and the Ruler of Dubai, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum has issued a Cabinet Resolution Number (52) of 2018 governing the executive regulations of the Federal Law Number (3) of 2016 which deals with the Child Rights Law known as Wadeema.
United Arab Emirates
25 Jan 2019
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Kuwait Amendments To Child Protection Regulations
Kuwait has its regulations on the matter, and the punishments are severe as expected.
Kuwait
24 Jan 2019
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