So I'm hopeful that this is the beginning of a new conversation about the criminalization
of poverty--a conversation that needs to grow to more fully encompass the lives of all those impoverished by race, class, gender and sexual identities.
of Sudanese women within the current legal framework subjects women to systematic and severe forms of violence and ultimately undermines their humanity and that of the society at large.
The Chief Prosecutor illustrated his point with the proposal for the criminalization
of selling food products past their sell-by date.
I am also concerned about the criminalization
of politics as him.
The committee adopted the study of four topics, namely proving the possession of lands and its amendments through studying the lands law in the Sultanate, studying the press and publications law and its amendments, studying the topic of criminalization
of insult on dignity according to article "269" of the Omani Penal Law and blood money and injuries law and its amendments.
Summary: Amendments to the draft law against domestic violence, including the removal of the criminalization
of marital rape, were slammed by the gender rights organization KAFA.
The answer requires the development of a normative theory of criminalization
that addresses, among other things, the principles and goals that should guide the decision to criminalize, the classification and differentiation of criminal wrongs, and how officials should apply the law on the books.
This is a sobering account of the criminalization
of sexuality that may be on the rise in many countries.
Below I reflect on my motivation to discuss HIV criminalization
and how this motivation shaped my role at the USCA roundtable: HIV Criminalization
of Mental Illness: Crisis and Opportunity for the Justice System, by Risdon N.
This law comes within a series of legislative developments, such as the law prohibiting organ trafficking, the criminalization
of child trafficking and the amendment to the Child Law raising the minimum age of marriage of girls up to 18 years.
THIS SPECIAL ISSUE OF SOCIAL JUSTICE EXAMINES THE SEXUAL POLITICS OF criminalization
within and beyond the United States.