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Vol 22 No 4 April/May 2017

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Rights of Citizenship New ed

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ISBN13: 9780720122138
ISBN: 0720122139
Published: September 1994
Publisher: Continuum International Publishing Group Ltd.
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

This collection of 16 specially commissioned essays covers key subjects within a citizen's rights and freedoms in contemporary Britain. It describes the nature of citizenship from a legal perspective and illustrates the range of topics which concerns citizenship in Britain.

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