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THE IMPACT OF WOMEN'S ENFRANCHISEMENT DURING THE INTER-WAR PERIOD

Molinari, Véronique (16 oct. 1998)

In 1918, as the First World War was coming to an end and after half a century of struggle, 8.5 million British women were granted the parliamentary franchise. The aim of the present study has been to examine the way in which this reform was perceived by suffragists, feminists, politicians and the ...

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Contribution to the analysis of the emergence of a secondary United Nations legislation

Ben Attar, Oriane (10 dec. 2012)

Les bouleversements géopolitiques engendrés par la fin de la guerre froide et l'approfondissement de la mondialisation qui s'est ensuivie ont permis le parachèvement de la révolution normative initiée à la fin du XIXe siècle dans l'ordre juridique international consistant à transformer la ...

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The right to non-discrimination on "racial" or "ethnic" grounds : regulations and policies

Benichou, Sarah (1 dec. 2011)

Depuis une dizaine d'années, la France s'est engagée dans la lutte contre les discriminations « raciales », c'est-à-dire contre les discriminations fondées sur l'origine réelle ou supposée des personnes à partir de leurs caractéristiques visibles. Sous l'influence du droit communautaire, ...

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La contribution de l'Europe au processus de résolution de la crise de l'État en Afghanistan

Benga Ndjeme, Arthur (25 sep. 2009)

Le concept de gestion de crise, auquel s’ajoute subrepticement son corollaire, la prévention des conflits, est l’un des champs d’expression contemporaine de la capacité des sujets de Droit international à contribuer efficacement au maintien de la paix et de la sécurité internationales. L ...

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Uses of Geographical Information in the Participative Management of the Territory : Crossed Glances in France, Belgium and Quebec

Péribois, Carine (5 dec. 2008)

In a societal context influenced by a real politics legitimacy crisis and a declared revival of the local democracy, projects related to land use planning are steadily out in the open in France, Belgium and Quebec as much in the regulation scope as in the practices. Citizens demand more information ...

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Students' and secondary school students' unrest from after May 1968 to 1986. From the national context to the example of Clermont‐Ferrand

Carboni, Nicolas (24 jan. 2012)

For a long time, the history of French universities and secondary schools has been restricted to an institutional history, the one of reforms, and university policies. But for many years, new issues have been at the centre of much thinking. Thus, since May 68, historians have been about the people ...

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Mobilising people, mobilising money: NGOs according to the entrepreneurial model

Lefèvre, Sylvain (10 nov. 2008)

Abstract : Have NGOs become “multinational companies of collective action”? Whether they work with the field of human or environmental development, these organisations have been using the practices of private companies for about thirty years. A pre-eminent example is that of direct marketing. ...

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Reunion Island under the eye of the storm on the XXth century. History, society and natural disaster

Mayer Jouanjean, Isabelle (23 nov. 2011)

Our thesis presents a social and environmental analysis of cyclones history into Reunion Island society: Our purpose is to estimate the impact of a destructive event, the cyclone, on the collective and individual memory, upon sciences and technology evolution, crisis management, emergency services ...

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State Construction and National Education Policy in Congo from 1911 to 1997: Contributing to Policy Analysis in Sub-Saharan Africa

Kiamba, Claude-Ernest (15 jun. 2007)

Political science has traditionally focused on issues pertaining to the study of regimes, political elites, institutions and power, discriminating against analyses of the “day to day” functioning of the State, that is, what the State does or does not do. Yet a great number of scholars consider ...

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