Towards a Just Society

Therefore , access to justice is not simply about law or about legal procedural rules , it is about rectifying the denial of social justice . It is about the provision or ... is a commonplace that there has 108 TOWARDS A JUST SOCIETY.

Author: Alastair Hudson

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 1855675463

Category: Law

Page: 286

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This work analyzes the weaknesses in the established political approaches to reform of the provision of justice, judging them as being either too overtly concerned with inappropriate free market structures, or too wedded to legal procedural rules. It argues that the most efficient solution is an adapted version of legal aid as a kind of welfare state benefit and more integrated public services aimed at providing justice for the citizen.
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Toward a Just Society

NOTE This paper was prepared for the 2015 Conference “A Just Society” honoring Joseph Stiglitz's fifty years of teaching. It has benefited greatly from detailed comments by Joseph Stiglitz and Martin Guzman, as well as interesting ...

Author: Martin Guzman

Publisher: Columbia University Press

ISBN: 9780231546805

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 556

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Joseph Stiglitz is one of the world’s greatest economists. He has made fundamental contributions to economic theory in areas such as inequality, the implications of imperfect and asymmetric information, and competition, and he has been a major figure in policy making, a leading public intellectual, and a remarkably influential teacher and mentor. This collection of essays influenced by Stiglitz’s work celebrates his career as a scholar and teacher and his aspiration to put economic knowledge in the service of creating a fairer world. Toward a Just Society brings together a range of essays whose breadth reflects how Stiglitz has shaped modern economics. The contributions to this volume, all penned by high-profile authors who have been guided by or collaborated with Stiglitz over the last five decades, span microeconomics, macroeconomics, inequality, development, law and economics, and public policy. Touching on many of the central debates and discoveries of the field and providing insights on the directions that academic economics could take in the future, Toward a Just Society is an extraordinary celebration of the many paths Stiglitz has opened for economics, politics, and public life.
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A Just Society for Ireland 1964 1987

12 Costello, ashe explained in Towards aJust Society, did not simply propose transposing French planningontothe Irishsituation without modification. Buthe feltthattherewere lessonsto be learnt from their experience, ...

Author: C. Meehan

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781137022066

Category: Political Science

Page: 254

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Drawing on interviews with key players and previously unused archival sources, this book offers a fascinating account of a critical period in Fine Gael's history when the party was challenged to define its place in Irish politics.
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The Constant Liberal

6 Trudeau, “The Values of a Just Society,” in Towards a Just Society: The Trudeau Years, ed. Thomas S. Axworthy and Trudeau, trans. Patricia Claxton (Markham, ON: Viking, 1990), 357–60. 7 Bain, “A Conversation with the Prime Minister ...

Author: Christo Aivalis

Publisher: UBC Press

ISBN: 9780774837163

Category: Political Science

Page: 292

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Pierre Elliott Trudeau – radical progressive or unavowed socialist? His legacy remains divisive. The Constant Liberal traces the charismatic politician’s relationship with the left and labour movements throughout his career. Christo Aivalis argues that Trudeau was in fact a consistently classic liberal, driven by individualist and capitalist principles. This comprehensive analysis showcases the interplay between liberalism and democratic socialism that defined Trudeau’s world view – and shaped his use of power. The Constant Liberal suggests that Trudeau’s leftist activity was less a call for social democracy than a warning to fellow liberals that lack of reform could undermine liberal-capitalist social relations.
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Sixties Ireland

Towards a just society Fine Gael tried to outflank Fianna Fáil, by committing to a fully planned economy that would drive higher growth and a significant expansion in social spending. Their manifesto Towards a Just Society 29 began by ...

Author: Mary E. Daly

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781107145924

Category: History

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A radical new perspective revealing the truth behind the making of modern Ireland from economic rebirth to entering the EEC.
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Australian Volunteers at Work

Towards a just society Not power , justice Chicka Dixon I was born on the south coast of New South Wales in a little Aboriginal reserve called Wallaga Lake . I came to Sydney in 1945 and first became involved in the political struggle ...

Author: Joy Noble

Publisher: Wakefield Press

ISBN: 1862545340

Category: Volunteers

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One in five Australians over 15 works not for pay, but for other rewards. Enthusiasm, passion and humour infuse these stories that reflect the interests and concerns of all Australians - our love of sport and the arts, interest in the environment, justice, health, education etc. 2001 will be the International Year of Volunteers.
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Policies for a Just Society

course towards greater equality . Then , in 1977 , a trend towards greater inequality set in , which gathered speed savagely from 1985 . Since 1990 our course may be changing again . If so , that will not be because the poor have done ...

Author: David Donnison

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781349260584

Category: Political Science

Page: 232

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Why are western societies - and particularly Britain - becoming more deeply divided, more violent, more squalid? What traditions can we draw upon to respond to this crisis? Since present politics led by central governments offer scant hope of radical reform, what can be done by those determined to work at a local scale to resist and reverse these trends? Donnison draws on the experience of innovative civic leaders, community activists, local policy-makers and researchers to answer these pressing questions.
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Saving the State

For a fuller discussion of the content of 'Towards a Just Society' see Meehan, A Just Society for Ireland? p. 42–51. Quoted in Meehan, A Just Society for Ireland? p. 52. Fianna Fáil handbill, 1965 election (Fine Gael Election Papers, ...

Author: Stephen Collins

Publisher: Gill & Macmillan Ltd

ISBN: 9780717189748

Category: Political Science

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When Fine Gael entered a coalition government with Fianna Fáil in 2020 the party did what would have been unthinkable for its forefathers, who had fought and won a bitter civil war to establish the institutions of an independent Irish state almost a century earlier. Saving the State is the remarkable story of Fine Gael from its origins in the fraught days of civil war to the political convulsions of 2020. Written by political journalist Stephen Collins and historian Ciara Meehan, Saving the State draws on a wealth of original historical research and a range of interviews with key political figures to chart the evolution of the party through the lens of its successive leaders. From the special place occupied by Michael Collins in the party’s pantheon of heroes to the dark era of the Blueshirts, and from its role as the founder of the state to its claim to be the defender of the state, the ways that members perceive their own history is also explored. Saving the State is essential reading for anyone interested in understanding how Fine Gael came to be the party it is today, the ways in which it interprets and presents its own history, and the role that it played in shaping modern Ireland.
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Capabilities in a Just Society

Assuming a political community with an identifiable set of other agents (see Section 7.4 for a discussion of this assumption) all these others have such a duty towards me equally. With respect to the duties of non-interference, ...

Author: Rutger Claassen

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781108473262

Category: Philosophy

Page: 276

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A new theory of social justice arguing that people have rights to the core human capabilities necessary for 'navigational agency'.
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The Truth about Trudeau

Trudeau and Axworthy, Towards 0 Just Society, 287. 388. Ibid., 334. 389. Ibid., 404. 390. Trudeau and Axworthy, Towards a Just Society, 31. 391. Clarkson, "Charisma and Contradiction," 590-607. Chapter Eleven: Native land 392.

Author: Bob Plamondon

Publisher: eBookIt.com

ISBN: 9781456616717

Category: Biography & Autobiography

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Finally, after over 30 years of hagiographies, comes a book that sets the record straight and tells us the truth about Pierre Elliott Trudeau. In this unprecedented and meticulously researched sweep of the record, Globe and Mail bestselling author Bob Plamondon challenges the conventional wisdom that Trudeau was a great prime minister. With new revelations, fresh insights, and in-depth analysis, Plamondon reveals that the man did not measure up to the myth. While no one disputes Trudeau's intelligence, toughness, charisma, and the flashes of glamour he brought Canada, in the end the pirouettes were not worth the price.
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