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Sexuality And Sovereignty: The Global Limits And Possibilities Of A Lawrence, Sonia K. Katyal Oct 2017

Sexuality And Sovereignty: The Global Limits And Possibilities Of A Lawrence, Sonia K. Katyal

Sonia Katyal

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Discrimination Cases (The Supreme Court And Local Government Law: The 1995-1996 Term), Eileen Kaufman Jul 2011

Discrimination Cases (The Supreme Court And Local Government Law: The 1995-1996 Term), Eileen Kaufman

Eileen Kaufman

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Sexuality And Sovereignty: The Global Limits And Possibilities Of A Lawrence, Sonia K. Katyal Apr 2006

Sexuality And Sovereignty: The Global Limits And Possibilities Of A Lawrence, Sonia K. Katyal

William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal

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Foreward: Disabling Brown, Michael Ashley Stein Apr 2006

Foreward: Disabling Brown, Michael Ashley Stein

William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal

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Beyond Gay Rights: Lawrence V. Texas And The Promise Of Liberty, Philip Chapman Oct 2004

Beyond Gay Rights: Lawrence V. Texas And The Promise Of Liberty, Philip Chapman

William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal

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How Democratic Are Initiatives?, Richard B. Collins Jan 2001

How Democratic Are Initiatives?, Richard B. Collins

Articles

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Discrimination Cases (The Supreme Court And Local Government Law: The 1995-1996 Term), Eileen Kaufman Jan 1997

Discrimination Cases (The Supreme Court And Local Government Law: The 1995-1996 Term), Eileen Kaufman

Scholarly Works

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Sexual Orientation As A Human Rights Issue In Canada 1969-1985, Philip Girard Sep 1956

Sexual Orientation As A Human Rights Issue In Canada 1969-1985, Philip Girard

Dalhousie Law Journal

Equality is a protean concept. Even if one has taken a position on the equality of opportunity versus equality of outcomes debate, there remains the problem of deciding what equality means in particular contexts: racial equality, equality between the sexes, between those with and without mental or physical disability, and so on. Finally, there is the issue of which groups in society are entitled to "equality", whatever it may mean. Given the open-ended nature of the equality guarantees contained in section 15 of Canada's Charter of Rights and Freedoms, it is clear that groups other than those specifically mentioned ...