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The article discusses the legal treatment of honour crimes in Iraq and the Iraqi Kurdistan Region. It examines the judicial context in Kurdistan Region, focussing on the criminal justice system and law implementation mechanisms in relation to honour-based violence in general and honour killings...
This article examines the development of the rules concerning criminal and civil law against family violence. It analyses the social changes and legal evolution from a mutual immunity of spouses to a widespread legal protection of victims of domestic violence. It aims to depict the tendencies...
State actors increasingly involve private parties in the development of binding alternative regulation in private law. This involvement may be welcomed as an exercise of parties’ rights, but private parties may simultaneously limit other parties’ rights.Consequently, state actors have sought to...
In light of international advances in victims’ rights, their evolution and current status within national laws could be attributed to the efforts of international bodies. The latest European Union (eu) Victims’ Directive is the most detailed legislation to date. As a prospective eu Member State,...
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