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A sting video that claims to implicate Planned Parenthood in the illegal practice to selling fetal tissue for a profit prompted a Congressional investigation of the organization. But it doesnt mean that research on fetal tissue is wrong. Or that it should be stopped.
The importance to clinical practice of information obtained by adequate necropsy examination of babies dying in the perinatal and neonatal periods (Alberman 1980) is often not fully appreciated by...
Alexander D. Kofinas, MD is Director and founder of KOFINAS PERINATAL. He is on the cutting edge of his field and among the few physicians who have completed the rigorous training to achieve board certification in both Obstetrics & Gynecology and Maternal-Fetal Medicine (MFM). Dr. Kofinas unrivaled access to advanced technologies and latest techniques provides his patients with a distinctive and utterly delightful prenatal experience.. Dr. Kofinas completed his training in MFM at the Bowman Gray School of Medicine at Wake Forest, where he kept a full-time position for 5 years. He has taught medical students, residents, and conducted extensive research in the Physiology of the human myometrium and the mechanism of human labor, as well as conducting pioneering research concerning the fetal cardio and uteroplacental Vascular systems. Since his return to NY in 1994, Dr. Kofinas has been exceedingly involved in ongoing fetal research and is regularly invited to speak at perinatal forums both in the ...
The day after Turkish Parliaments adoption of a European convention on combating violence against women, cabinet ministers, media figures and UN officials team up for an anti-domestic violence campaign.
The ECtHR has grown to allow about 800 million citizens to file claims that their government has violated one of the rights protected by the European Convention on Human Rights. If the Court declares an application admissible, it can find that a government pay monetary compensation to a victim or take some other compensatory measure, such as reopen judicial proceedings or release an individual from prison. Larry and I did not look at whether countries complied narrowly with such rulings. Instead, we studied whether they actually changed the laws or policies that led to the violation in the first place. More ambitiously: we did not just look at the country against whom the Court found a violation but at all countries in the Council of Europe system. So, we wanted to know whether after the Court found that the UK military could not discriminate based on sexual orientation Germany and other countries also changed their practices? After all, this is how a well-functioning legal system should ...
A Notice is published only if it fulfils all conditions for processing the information. For example, a Notice will not be published if it violates Article 3 of the INTERPOL Constitution, which forbids the Organization from undertaking any intervention or activities of a political, military, religious or racial character.. Notices are processed in line with INTERPOLs Rules on the Processing of Data, which ensure the legality and quality of information, and the protection of personal data.. The legal basis for a Red Notice is an arrest warrant or court order issued by the judicial authorities in the country concerned. Many of INTERPOLs member countries consider a Red Notice to be a valid request for provisional arrest.. Furthermore, INTERPOL is recognized as an official channel for transmitting requests for provisional arrest in a number of bilateral and multilateral extradition treaties, including the European Convention on Extradition, the Economic Community of West African States ...
A Notice is published only if it fulfils all conditions for processing the information. For example, a Notice will not be published if it violates Article 3 of the INTERPOL Constitution, which forbids the Organization from undertaking any intervention or activities of a political, military, religious or racial character.. Notices are processed in line with INTERPOLs Rules on the Processing of Data, which ensure the legality and quality of information, and the protection of personal data.. The legal basis for a Red Notice is an arrest warrant or court order issued by the judicial authorities in the country concerned. Many of INTERPOLs member countries consider a Red Notice to be a valid request for provisional arrest.. Furthermore, INTERPOL is recognized as an official channel for transmitting requests for provisional arrest in a number of bilateral and multilateral extradition treaties, including the European Convention on Extradition, the Economic Community of West African States ...
44. In the circumstances of this case X had her home with the applicants at the time of the application and now. The fact that DM has to split his time between his two households does not mean X does not have her home with him. Even if that is not right, the European Convention applies and the statute can be read down to achieve this result, as Sir James Munby did in Re X (ibid) para 68. Family life within the meaning of Art 8 of the European Convention is established between the applicants and X (see Kroon and Others v the Netherlands (Applications No 18535/91) [1994] ECHR 35, (1994) EHRR 263 the Strasbourg Court accepted family life existed between two parents and their children even though the parents had never married, did not cohabit and lived in separate houses ...
Molecular biology is the process of synthesis and regulation of a cells DNA, RNA, and protein. Molecular biology consists of different techniques including Polymerase chain reaction, Gel electrophoresis, and macromolecule blotting to manipulate DNA.. Polymerase chain reaction is done by placing a mixture of the desired DNA, DNA polymerase, primers, and nucleotide bases into a machine. The machine heats up and cools down at various temperatures to break the hydrogen bonds binding the DNA and allows the nucleotide bases to be added onto the two DNA templates after it has been separated.[17]. Gel electrophoresis is a technique used to identify similar DNA between two unknown samples of DNA. This process is done by first preparing an agarose gel. This jelly-like sheet will have wells for DNA to be poured into. An electric current is applied so that the DNA, which is negatively charged due to its phosphate groups is attracted to the positive electrode. Different rows of DNA will move at different ...
A detailed, heavily documented, thoroughly illustrated German monograph (in this Handbuch series) covering, under this title, roentgen diagnosis of the diaphragm, the mediastinum, and the pleura. Radiographs are in reversed tonality, in the European convention. Author index and bilingual (German and English) subject index. An expensive but authoritative and carefully published reference source. ...
CHICAGO (AP) Anesthesia during early childhood surgery poses little risk for intelligence and academics later on, the largest study of its kind suggests.The results were found in research on nearly 200,000 Swedish teens. School grades were only marginally
The law of the Council of Europe Convention on Human Rights relating to aliens has developed significantly over recent time. In 25 years the number of contracting States has doubled and the scope of rights and freedoms guaranteed under the convention has broadened with the adoption of new protocols.Protocol No.11 has reformed the convention control bodies and mechanisms in order to accommodate the increasing case-load. Further major amendments are foreseen by Protocol No. 14 to improve the effective operation of the ECHR faced with an ever-increasing volume of applications, whereas Protocol No.12 has enlarged the non-discrimination clause contained in Article 14 of the ECHR to any rights set forth by law.At the same time, important demographic changes have taken place. The growing integration of the states of the European Union has created greater mobility for its citizens; and political and economic pressures have given rise to an increasing number of refugees and asylum-seekers from Europe and
THE EUROPEAN CONVENTION IN CONFLICTED SOCIETIES: THE EXPERIENCE OF NORTHERN IRELAND AND TURKEY - Volume 66 Issue 2 - Onder Bakircioglu, Brice Dickson
An institution in crisis The European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) is a body of the Council of Europe that is tasked with ruling on individual or State applications alleging violations of the civil and political rights set out in the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR). Since 1998 it has sat as a full-time court…
Delays in implementing the Courts judgments, lack of political will in certain states parties, attempts to discredit the Court…In ratifying the European Convention on Human Rights, the signatory states accept the Courts jurisdiction and authority and
A party has an immunity with respect to some action, object or status, if some other relevant party - in this context, another state or international agency, or citizen or group of citizens - has no (power) right to alter the partys legal standing in point of rights or duties in the specified respect. There is a wide range of legal immunities that may be invoked in the name of the right to rule. In international law, immunities may be created when states assert powers of derogation, as is permitted, for example, from the European Convention on Human Rights in times of war or other public emergency. Equally familiar examples include the immunities against prosecution granted to representatives (MPs or councillors) and government officials in pursuit of their duties. Such legal immunities may be suspect as potential violations of the rule of law, or regarded as quite proper, as necessary protections for the officers of the state in the rightful pursuit of their duties. ...
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Not everyone is joining the party as the Swiss celebrate the 40th anniversary of the ratification of the European Convention on Human Rights.
The Norwegian Fjord Horse is one of the worlds oldest and purest breeds. It is believed that the original Fjord Horse migrated to Norway and was domesticated over 4,000 years ago. Archaeological excavations at Viking burial sites indicate the Fjord Horse has been selectively bred for 2,000 years. The breed still exhibits strong survival instincts and remains healthy, fertile, and useful well into its long life. Fjords are extremely efficient foragers, and thrive equally well in the pasture or stable, adapting easily to the weather conditions of their environment, be it hot and dry, or cold and wet.. The Norwegian people hold the Fjord in such high regard that they have chosen this breed of horse as one of their national symbols. According to the European Convention on domestic animals, as the breeds motherland, Norway has the responsibility to preserve and develop the Fjord Horses breed type. The "Supreme aim for the breeding of Fjordhorses," according to the current Norwegian breed registry ...
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vii. If participants need to be informed.. 2.1.6 The REB Chair will determine the degree of scrutiny required for review of the proposed amendments or changes;. 2.1.7 For amendment(s)/change(s) that involve minimal risk and are minor changes, a delegated review may be carried out;. 2.1.8 For amendment(s)/change(s) that involve greater than minimal risk and are not minor changes will be deferred to the Full Board for review;. 2.1.9 The REB will apply the minimal criteria for approval of research to all amendments, changes and notifications submitted for consideration (see 7.1 Minimal Criteria for Approval of Research" of Policy-REB Initial Review).. 2.1.10 The REB or delegated board of record (see Policy: Use of another REB as the board of record) has the authority to suspend or terminate REB approval of any research being carried out at The Michener Institute. (see Policy: Suspensions Terminations of REB Approval). 2.2 Documentation and Communication. 2.2.1 The REB will document all review ...
The NINDS Terms of Award for Clinical Research Studies will apply to all grants that involve human subjects and that are perceived by the NINDS to pose a greater than minimal risk to participants. (Minimal Risk: A risk is minimal where the probability and magnitude of harm or discomfort anticipated in the proposed research are not greater, in and of themselves, than those
This is similar to the evolving creation of Polkinghorne and, while having more than a hint of deistic undertones, is common among theologians. In my experience, Christians tend to fall into three camps about theodicy. Some believe that everything that is evil in the world derives from the fall of Adam and that only the new kingdom and new earth will make these things right. Others argue that, while the Garden of Eden was real, the very nature of life dictates that there must have been death even there (Genesis, after all, does not say anything about the animals not eating each other or the local plants). A third perspective regards the Eden story as symbolic and meant to teach the finitude and stupidity of man and woman, while contrasting that with the omnipotence and glory of God. I tend to be somewhere between the second and third perspectives, depending on what day of the week it is. While the latter two perspectives are consonant with Avises ideas of theodicy, the first is in opposition to ...
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In a recent report by the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Drug Reform, MPs and peers pushed for reform of the Governments drugs policy, claiming that the blanket prohibition approach has failed and that decriminalisation is the best way forward if we are to combat the problems in our society relating to drug taking.. There were a range of recommendations in the report but it was the suggestion that a personal drug user could avoid prosecution by citing their right to respect for private and family life under Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) that attracted media attention.. The report stated that:. "For European countries the European Convention on Human Rights, in particular Article 8, could be invoked in support of the argument that possession or purchase or cultivation of drugs for personal use, particularly in small quantities, do not injure other peoples rights either directly or indirectly and therefore should not be criminalised.". The reality, however, is ...
Privacy International is writing this Open Letter to Members of both Chambers of the Netherlands Parliament to express our deep concern over Justice Minister Donners proposed Wet op de uitgebreide identificatieplicht. We believe these requirements will violate the European Convention on Human Rights and the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. By way of introduction, Privacy International (PI) is a human rights group formed in 1990 as a watchdog on surveillance by governments and… ...
Because of the massive scientific and legal deficiencies addressed in detail below, the accumulative body of U.S. legislation, regulations, and related documents on human embryo and fetal research, human embryonic stem cell research (especially when stem cells are derived from cloned human embryos), human cloning, and other human genetic engineering activities over the last 30 years represents total chaos. These documents are contradictory and unenforceable due to vagueness, banning or regulating no human cloning or other human genetic engineering activities. Yet they continue to form the ever-expanding foundation for legal and regulatory stare decisis to be applied in the future to the next round of bills, regulations and related documents dealing with these critical issues.
Within the Council of Europe, the European Court of Human Rights has the broadest mandate and, together with the Committee of Ministers, is the most authoritative human rights enforcement mechanism. The European Court is an independent body that reviews complaints from both individuals and groups alleging that a State is not in compliance with obligations under European treaties, such as the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms.[1] Cases can only be brought against States who have ratified the European Convention on Human Rights once domestic remedies have been exhausted.[2] The Court issues binding judgments and has been instrumental in defining the principles that are inherent in democratic society.. The European Court of Human Rights has been said to function as a constitutional court, defining the limits of human rights principles for European nations. The European Committee for the Prevention of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment ...
We read the in utero transplantation review by Dr Muench with interest. This article describes the successful use of the procedure to transplant foetal patients with immunodeficiency, and attempts to correct other conditions. However, in order for a procedure to gain widespread acceptance it needs to demonstrate significant benefit over those procedures that it is intended to replace. In utero transplantation can only be offered to those families in which the diagnosis has previously been made. In immunodeficient patients, this applies to families who have had previously affected children. In families with severe combined immunodeficiency (SCID), the alternative to in utero stem cell transplantation is immediate diagnosis at birth by examination of the umbilical cord lymphocyte phenotype, followed by immediate transfer to a centre performing stem cell transplantation for immunodeficiency. Haematopoietic stem cell transplantation performed in the neonatal period avoids the morbidity and cost of treating
JURIST] The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) [official website] announced Monday that it will hear the appeal of a British woman trying to use frozen embryos despite objections from her former partner who fertilized the eggs. The ECHR ruled in March [JURIST report] that Natallie Evans could not use the embryos resulting from a 2001 IVF program with Howard Johnston after Johnston withdrew his consent. Evans originally appealed [JURIST report] to the ECHR last September after two adverse UK court rulings, including a loss in the Court of Appeal [JURIST report] in 2004 citing the terms of the UK Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act [text] under which consent must be given by both prospective parents for in vitro fertilization to be allowed. Evans lawyers had argued that Evans was entitled to implantation even in the face of Johnstons objection under Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights [text], declaring that Everyone has the right to respect for his private and family life ...
on evaluation of justice in relation to criminal justice and the rule of law. (2014/2006(INI)). The European Parliament,. - having regard to the Treaty on European Union, in particular Articles 2, 6 and 7 thereof,. - having regard to the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union, in particular Articles 70, 85, 258, 259 and 260 thereof,. - having regard to the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union,. - having regard to Article 6 of the European Convention on Human Rights,. - having regard to the Commission communication of 27 March 2013 entitled The EU Justice Scoreboard - A tool to promote effective justice and growth (COM(2013)0160),. - having regard to the letter of 6 March 2013 sent by the foreign affairs ministers of Germany, Denmark, Finland and the Netherlands to Commission President José Barroso calling for the establishment of a mechanism to foster compliance with fundamental values in the Member States,. - having regard to Council Framework Decision 2002/584/JHA of ...
The European Court of Human Rights monitors the application of the European Convention on Human Rights and its rulings make it possible to understand issues pertaining to hate speech. The European Commission again Racism and Intolerance (ECRI) monitors problems of racism, xenophobia, anti-Semitism, intolerance and discrimination in the member states. Based on its findings, ECRI published General Policy Recommendation No.15 on combating hate speech providing guidelines to the member states on how to counter this problem.. ...
The criminal courts have a power to stop a prosecution from proceeding altogether where it would be inappropriate for it to continue. This power to stay proceedings which constitute an abuse of the process of the court has assumed great practical significance and is potentially applicable in many situations. There is at least one consideration of the abuse of process doctrine in virtually every major criminal trial today. This fully updated second edition of Abuse of Process and Judicial Stays of Criminal Proceedings blends doctrinal discussion with a thorough consideration of the underlying theory to provide a searching analysis of the theory and practice of abuse of process in England and Wales, with comparative examinations of many other jurisdictions including the USA, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. This edition focuses in particular upon the profound impact of the European Convention on Human Rights on the judicial discretion to stay criminal proceedings. It explores substantial amounts of
The criminal courts have a power to stop a prosecution from proceeding altogether where it would be inappropriate for it to continue. This power to stay proceedings which constitute an abuse of the process of the court has assumed great practical significance and is potentially applicable in many situations. There is at least one consideration of the abuse of process doctrine in virtually every major criminal trial today. This fully updated second edition of Abuse of Process and Judicial Stays of Criminal Proceedings blends doctrinal discussion with a thorough consideration of the underlying theory to provide a searching analysis of the theory and practice of abuse of process in England and Wales, with comparative examinations of many other jurisdictions including the USA, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. This edition focuses in particular upon the profound impact of the European Convention on Human Rights on the judicial discretion to stay criminal proceedings. It explores substantial amounts of
Le Blanc , K , Götherström , C , Ringdén , O , Hassan , M , McMahon , R , Horwitz , E , Anneren , G , Axelsson , O , Nunn , J , Ewald , U , Nordén-Lindeberg , S , Jansson , M , Dalton , A , Aström , E & Westgren , M 2005 , Fetal mesenchymal stem-cell engraftment in bone after in utero transplantation in a patient with severe osteogenesis imperfecta Transplantation , vol 79 , no. 11 , pp. 1607-1614 ...
The aim of this study is to investigate some particular aspects of one of the human rights: the workers freedom of association.. The workers freedom of association is protected in many international conventions adopted by the UN, the ILO and the Council of Europe. This thesis deals specifically with the International Covenant of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, the International Covenant of Civil and Political Rights, ILO-conventions nos 87 and 98, the European Social Charter and the European Convention of Human Rights and investigates the content of the workers freedom of association in these conventions. It points at similarities and differences in the conventions. Special attention is given to the conventions different focus with regard to the individual and collective aspects of the right and to the general consequences following from that the workers freedom of association sometimes takes the form of an independent right and sometimes is an aspect of the general freedom of ...
Brussels, 21 Jun 2004 The last time that CORDIS News spoke to Helga Nowotny, chair of the European research advisory board (EURAB), she was planning to submit a document to the European Convention, with the aim of seeing the importance of research underlined in the new EU Constitution. The Constitution has now been adopted, and scientific and technological advance is included as one of the objectives of the Union. Professor Nowotny, along with other members of the European research community, was clearly successful. Such achievements have not gone unnoticed by Professor Nowotnys peers. Having seen EURAB through its first ever term, she has just been re-elected, unanimously, to chair the board for the next term. Speaking to CORDIS News, Professor Nowotny said that she had decided to stay on because there is still quite a number of things to be done. She also believes that now is an interesting time to be involved in EU research policy, and referred in particular to the transition to the ...
The European convention for the protection of vertebrate animals used for experimental and other scientific purposes, ETS 123 specifies a relative humidity of 55% ±10 inside cages for rodents.. Especially during the winter, it can be a real challenge to meet these guidelines and it might affect the health of the animals, the breeding performance and the reproducibility of your research. Mice without fur and pups in particular should be protected from fluctuations in the relative humidity.. ScanClime is an air handling unit that gives you a very accurate, flexible and affordable control of the relative air humidity.. ...
Natallie Evans started IVF treatment with her then partner Howard Johnston in 2001 following a diagnosis of ovarian cancer. The embryos were created and placed in storage. After the couple split up, Johnston withdrew consent for the embryos to be used. Ms. Evans went to the Strasbourg court after exhausting the UK legal process. The judgement said, "The Court, like the national courts, had great sympathy for the plight of the applicant who, if implantation did not take place, would be deprived of the ability to give birth to her own child." Nevertheless it decided, in a majority verdict, that even in such exceptional circumstances, the right to a family life (set forth in article eight of the European Convention of Human Rights) could not override Mr Johnstons withdrawal of consent. It also ruled unanimously that the embryos did not have an independent right to life. UK laws require both the man and woman to give consent, and either party may withdraw that consent at any point before the ...
POLITICAL representatives and human rights groups have called on the Northern Ireland Prison Service and the Justice Minister David Ford to implement the full terms of the 2010 Roe House agreement.. A spokesperson for British Irish Rights Watch, which recently successfully lobbied for the transfer of desperately ill West Belfast man Brendan Lillis from Maghaberry to the City Hosptial, said they have "concerns regarding the escalating dirty protest" at the prison.. "We have visited HMP Maghaberry and have spoken to a number of prisoners at Roe House about freedom of association, lockdown, access to legal representation and other matters," said the spokesperson. "We have observed a number of legal challenges brought by prisoners concerning the regime and we are concerned about possible disease spreading at Roe House, specifically hepatitis. We have made representation to the ECPT [European Convention for the Prevention of Torture] in Strasbourg and the ICRC [International Committee of the Red ...
46. Those rights include the right to physical liberty, which is guaranteed by article 5 of the European Convention. This is not a right to do or to go where one pleases. It is a more focussed right, not to be deprived of that physical liberty. But, as it seems to me, what it means to be deprived of liberty must be the same for everyone, whether or not they have physical or mental disabilities. If it would be a deprivation of my liberty to be obliged to live in a particular place, subject to constant monitoring and control, only allowed out with close supervision, and unable to move away without permission even if such an opportunity became available, then it must also be a deprivation of the liberty of a disabled person. The fact that my living arrangements are comfortable, and indeed make my life as enjoyable as it could possibly be, should make no difference. A gilded cage is still a cage. and. 50. The National Autistic Society and Mind, in their helpful intervention, list the factors which ...
We appreciate Dr. David Stewart PhD sharing this invaluable article "Applying the Feelings Kit in Your Daily Life" in The Raindrop Messenger monthly newsletter, Volume 6, Number 5, September - October 2008. (Based primarily on notes taken on Gary Youngs talk September 19, 2008, at the first Young Living European Convention, Vienna, Austria). It has been said that when there is a conflict between reason and feeling, human beings will always side with feeling. According to Gary Young, "99% of lifes decisions are made from feelings." Therefore, if you want your life to be guided by good decisions that lead to health, happiness, and fulfillment, you need to be aware of and in control of your present feelings and to learn how to release the repressed emotions of the past.. Most of our feelings from day to day are not responses to current happenings. They originate from the programming in cellular memory that was imprinted by the emotional experiences of our past that we were unable to understand, ...
All studies are led by a protocol, which establishes what the trial will study, who is a good candidate for the study, what treatments (if any) will be used, and how results will be measured.. In a randomized, controlled clinical trial, children are separated into groups. The experimental group(s) will receive the treatment that is to be tested, while the control group(s) will get the usual treatment (usually what a child is already taking) or placebo (a fake treatment or sugar pill that contains no medicine at all).. In clinical trials on children, placebo is used only if the lack of treatment is short (perhaps a few days) and poses minimal risks, or if the therapy being tested is used to only treat uncomfortable symptoms (like watery eyes) and not a severe illness.. In these types of trials, patients are "blinded," which means they dont know who is getting the treatment and who is getting the placebo until the trial is over. That way, their perceived response to the drug or placebo cant be ...
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