by Multiculturalism Directorate, Dept. of the Secretary of State in [Ottawa] .
Written in English
|Other titles||Droit à la reconnaissance.|
|LC Classifications||HQ1455 .N37 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
|ISBN 10||0662515722, 0662515730|
|LC Control Number||82146003|
This book provides a discussion of the importance of decision-making and the ways in which it is currently denied to people with cognitive disability. It identifies the human right to equal recognition before the law as the key to ensuring the equal right to decision-making of people with cognitive : Anna Arstein-Kerslake. right to recognition as a person before the law in the ICCPR Legal capacity and capacity to act are treated as synonyms, meaning the ability of an individual to carry out legally significant acts (such as entering into a contract). Legal capacity may be absolute (comprising all theFile Size: KB. The right to recognition as a person makes it in no doubt that any person is not denied his/her right, because s/he is a male or a female. No person shall be made victim of any gender biased law. A person has the right to recognition as a person, not as a person belonging to racial/religious/ethnic majority group or a person belonging to racial. Floor Leaders Right of Priority Recognition. In the midst of heated legislative proceedings, freshmen members, seeking to catch the eye of the presiding officer so that they might be allowed to address the Senate, have reason to envy a privilege accorded only to the Senate's two floor the opening of the 75th Congress, on January 5, , Senate Republican Leader Charles McNary.
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