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Human rights in post-communist Albania

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Published by Human Rights Watch in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Albania.
    • Subjects:
    • Human rights -- Albania

    • Edition Notes

      StatementHuman Rights Watch/Helsinki.
      ContributionsHuman Rights Watch/Helsinki (Organization : U.S.)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKJG2460 .A96 1996
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 156 p. ;
      Number of Pages156
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL824891M
      ISBN 101564321606
      LC Control Number95081455

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Human rights in post-communist Albania by Fred Abrahams Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Book by Human Rights Watch-HelsinkiCited by: 4. Eric Stover is Director of the Human Rights Center and Adjunct Professor in the School of Public Health at the University of California, Berkeley.

Gilles Peress is a photographer for the "New Yorker" and a senior research associate at the Human Rights Center.

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New York: Human Rights Watch, © (OCoLC) Online version: Abrahams, Fred. Human rights in post-communist Albania.

New York: Human Rights Watch, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Fred Abrahams; Human Rights Watch/Helsinki (Organization: U.S.).

Addeddate City New York [u.a.] Foldoutcount 0 Google-id MkmGHvI-RyUC Identifier bub_gb_MkmGHvI-RyUC Identifier-ark ark://t72v5hs9q. But in many cases, the human rights violations in Albania today are the direct result of specific actions on the part of the new government.

Of particular concern is the state’s continued interference in the judiciary. Despite many improvements, the court system is still used as an instrument of the state.

Human Rights Watch/Helsinki interprets these cases as an attempt to use the judiciary to hinder the work of those with different political views. The Case of Fatos Nano. One of Albania's Human rights in post-communist Albania book publicized post-communist trials was that of Fatos Nano, a former prime minister, current member of parliament and leader of the opposition Socialist Party.

For decades Albania was eastern Europe's most closed and repressive state. During his year reign, former communist leader Enver Hoxha banned religion, forbade travel and outlawed private property.

Any resistance to his rule was met with brutal retribution, including internal exile. Here stands the primary importance of Biberaj’s book. First and foremost his book, Albania in Transition is a political story of post-communist political transition.

It’s the best political history that has been written until now about one of the three most important periods— if not the most important—. Understanding the relationship between human rights and communism properly begins with Marx, Karl ’s “ On the Jewish Question,” in The Marx and Engels Reader, ed.

Tucker, Robert C. (New York: Norton & Co., ), 26 – Only recently have scholars of communism turned attention to the history of human by: 1. Malltezı, O. Political Culture in Post-Communist Countries: Albanian Case. International Journal of Management Science and Business Administration, 2(1), Vancouver: Malltezı O.

Political Culture in Post-Communist Countries: Human rights in post-communist Albania book Case. International Journal of Management Science and Business Administration.

Dec,2(1)Author: Orinda Malltezı. At the moment she researches traumatic memory and identity under communism and in transition in Albania, a project for which she has conducted field work in Albania.

Her current book project, Re-Membering in Transition: Trajectories of Violence, Structures of Denial, and the Struggle for Meaning in Post-Communist Albania. Olsi Jazexhi, December The historical roots of Islamophobia in Albania. In a recent publication from the Council of Europe, Islamophobia has been defined as: ‘a fear of, or prejudiced viewpoint towards Islam, Muslims and matters pertaining to r it takes the shape of daily forms of racism and discrimination or more violent forms, Islamophobia is a violation of human rights.

Human Rights in Post-Communist Albania. New York: Human Rights Watch. Act No. / on Conditions for Holding Certain Positions in State Bodies and Organizations (October 4, ), the Screening (“Lustration”) Law, translated in Transitional Justice: How Emerging Democracies Reckon with Former Regimes, ed.

This book is the first comprehensive description of the Church-State systems that are in force in the post-Communist countries of Central and Eastern Europe. The reports it contains are structured along similar lines, so that analogies and differences of the national legal systems can easily be identified and no significant profile of Church and State relations is overlooked.

Current issues concerning human rights in Albania include domestic violence, isolated cases of torture, and police brutality, the general condition of prisons, human and sex trafficking and LGBT rights. According to the constitution, approved by referendum on Novempromulgated on Novemand amended in JanuaryAlbania has a democratic system of government with separation of powers and protection of fundamental human on: Albania, mainly Shkodër, Kavajë, and Tirana.

Children's Human Rights Centre of Albania, A. Report of NNO`s on Situation of Women and Girls in the Republic of Albania. Tirana: Sida. The (unofficial) translation in Abrahams, Human Rights reads "perpetrators, promoters and implementers." However, the wording "authors, conspirators and executors" was used in an original English submission by the Albanian foreign minister to the Council of Europe and is not only clearer, but probably more by: According to the constitution, approved by referendum on Novempromulgated on Novemand amended in JanuaryAlbania has a democratic system of government with separation of powers and protection of fundamental human rights.

Since the end of communism. Introduction: A new look at social movements and civil society in post-communist Russia and Poland 2.

Disciplining the ‘Second World’: The Relationship between Transnational and Local Forces in Contemporary Hungarian Women’s Social Movements 3. Does the EU help or hinder gay-rights movements in post-communist Europe.

The case of Poland 4. Access to Archives in Post-Communist Countries: The Victim’s Perspective many states in this region had to demonstrate their ability to protect human rights and to deal with the past of the.

Book Description. The Internet has created a formidable challenge for human rights law and practice worldwide. International scholarly and policy-oriented communities have so far established a consensus regarding only one main aspect – human rights in the internet are the same as offline.

This article compares the legal approach to the management of ethnic conflict and the protection of human rights in post‐communist states with the political approach of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), with specific reference to Estonia and by: 4.

Importing the Law in Post-Communist Transitions: The Hungarian Constitutional Court and the Right to Human Dignity (Human Rights Law in Perspective) Catherine Dupre This book, one of the very first monographs on the Hungarian Constitutional Court available in English, is a unique study of the birth of a new legal system after the collapse of.

4 Albert Rakipi State society Relations in Post Communist published paper. Albanian Institute for International Studies International Conference Twenty Years After – Rethinking state and democracy in Albania October 23Tirana 5 This does not mean that state-building elements were missing in these countries.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages ; 24 cm. Contents: 1. Collective responsibility as a dimension of political justice On prosecuting: political justice through criminal law measures On screening: political justice through administrative procedures and non-criminal law Theories of collective.

This chapter asks why postcommunist Albania has failed to ensure transitional justice for the abuses committed during one of the harshest communist dictatorships in Cited by: 1.

Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My libraryMissing: Human rights. Febru • Report Amnesty International State of the World International protection of human rights is in danger of unravelling as short-term national self-interest and draconian security crackdowns have led to a wholesale assault on basic freedoms and rights, warned Amnesty International as it launched its annual assessment of human rights around the world.

Pursuant to the interim basic law, Albania ratified its post-communist constitution inestablishing a democratic system of government based upon the rule of law and guaranteeing the protection of fundamental human rights.

A Letter from Albania: Police Corruption in Post-Communist Albania Arianit Koci 1 This paper discusses the present political discourse on the extent of police corruption in Albania.

It approaches this at two levels of analysis. First, it argues that while corruption in the Albanian police poses serious threats to the establishment of law and. The issues raised in Stan's volume lead us to reflect on the complexities of human rights and human wrongs.

Since behavior is dependent on social context, living under extreme conditions in closed systems designed to implicate any individual or subgroup can skew an individual's behavior toward the violation of human rights. A study by the European Center for Law and Justice in Strasbourg has revealed several conflicts of interest between judges at the European Court of Human Rights and NGOs funded by George Soros.

The European Center for Law and Justice is an NGO which often appears at the court to campaign on social, family and religion-related issues.

I am proud to be listed as a research fellow at. The Fate of Ethnic Democracy in Post-Communist Europe is the third volume in the ECMI/LGI Series on Ethnopolitics and Minority Issues.

The Series is a joint venture of the European Centre for Minority Issues (ECMI) and the Local Government and Public Service Reform Initiative (LGI).

If you are completely new to UN human rights documentation, the good place to start will be the Human Rights section of the UN Documents Research Guide prepared by the UN Library in New York.

Please contact the library at [email protected] if you need further assistance or training. The following databases and catalogues can be searched to retrieve UN documents or information on human rights.

Vigilante justice in post-communist Europe. Author links open overlay panel Lavinia Stan. Show more. court trials and truth commissions can allow the public to find out the details of past human rights infringements and the identity of the perpetrators.

He also published the names in book format and released an electronic version of the Cited by: 1. The book draws together the country cases into a comprehensive comparative analysis of the determinants of post-communist transitional justice, that will be relevant not only to scholars of post-communist transition, but also to anyone interested in transitional justice in other contexts.

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) to documents published in three previous calendar years (e.g. – 14), divided by the number of documents in these three previous years (e.g. – 14). ↑ Amnesty International,Human Rights in Republic of Albania ↑ Council of Europe ↑ "A modern slave's brutal odyssey".

BBC News. 3 November ↑ U.S Department of State,"ALBANIA (TIER 2) Albania is a source country for women and children trafficked for the purposes of sexual exploitation and forced labor, largely to Greece and Italy, where many victims are then further.Dawisha, Karen, and Stephen Deets.

"Political Learning in Post-Communist Elections." East European Politics and Societ no. 4 (): Fenger, Menno. "The Diffusion of Revolutions: Comparing Recent Regime Turnovers in Five Post-Communist Countries." Demokratizatsiya: The Journal of Post-Soviet Democratizat no.

1 (): Silvio Ferrari and W. Cole Durham (eds.) Law and Religion in Post-Communist Europe (Leuven: Peeters ). pp. Reviewed by Johan D. van der Vyver. The radical political transition of Eastern European countries from communism to a more or less democratic dispensation has had an influence on almost every aspect of social.