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Vol 22 No 4 April/May 2017

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Rights of Citizenship

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ISBN13: 9780720121247
ISBN: 0720121248
Published: September 1993
Publisher: Continuum International Publishing Group Ltd.
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



A collection of 16 essays by academic and professional lawyers on key subjects within a citizen's rights and freedoms in today's Britain. The text explores citizenship from a legal perspective and each chapter develops selected topics for analysis.

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Contents:
Citizenship today, Robert Blackburn; gender blindness or justice engendered?, Professor Katherine O'Donovan; citizenship and privacy, Professor Patrick Birkinshaw; rights and health care, Professor Margaret Brazier; the right to vote, Robert Blackburn; citizenship and employment, Professor Keith Ewing; citizenship and housing, Professor Martin Partington; the right to racial equality, Geoffrey Bindman; administrative justice, Dr John McEldowney; the disabled citizen, Dr Trevor Buck; personal liberty, Professor Andrew Ashworth; towards educational rights, Dr Julian Lonby; lawyers and the courts, Professor Robin White; nationality and immigration, Andrew Nicol; citizenship and freedom of expression, Dr Conor Gearty; citizenship and the honours system, Robert Blackburn; public law, sovereignty and citizenship, Paul Craig.