The text of the French Penal Code (Code Pénale). This version was last updated on the 12 October 2005.
The text of the Non-Discrimination Act, enacted by Finland. It has been in force since 1 February 2004. This version contains the amendments made by Act No 50/2006.
Articles 1 - 18 cover substantive rights, including the right to life, the right not to be tortured and right to freedom of expression. In addition, there are also protocols to the Convention that guarantee other substantive rights, such as the right to property (Article 1 of Protocol 1), and prohibit the collective expulsion of aliens (Article 4 of Protocol 4). Article 14 of the Convention provides that no one shall be discriminated against in their enjoyment of the rights provided under the Convention.
"The African Charter on Human and Peoples' Rights (also known as the Banjul Charter) is an international human rights instrument that is intended to promote and protect human rights and basic freedoms in the African continent.
The aim of this Convention is to protect and promote the rights of migrant workers.
This brief article examines the concept of discrimination and various issues that have arisen from its legal application in a national and international context.
This treaty is part of the international bill of human rights. It guarantees several rights, including the right to work, the right to social security and the right to education.
This treaty is part of the international bill of human rights and guarantees a range of civil and political rights including the freedom of expression, the right to a fair trial, the freedom of belief and the right to privacy. Article 2 provides that the rights enshrined in the Covenant shall be available to all persons without distinction on the grounds of "race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status". Article 26 of the Covenant guarantees a general right to equality and non-discrimination.