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The Migrant Workers’ Rights: The Impact of ‘Values’ on Migration Policies

International labour migration is a cross-border movement of people which can take different forms of voluntary and involuntary acts. Turkey has become one of the migrant-receiving courtiers and was recently described as a ‘country of immigration’ for migrant workers which led to the institutionalisation of labour migration. The recent transformations…

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How Women are Bearing the Burden of Rehabilitation: Understanding the Experiences and Support Needs of Women Whose Partner has an Offending History

How Women are Bearing the Burden of Rehabilitation: Understanding the Experiences and Support Needs of Women Whose Partner has an Offending History When a person has engaged in a number of illegal activities, it can be difficult to access the resources needed to change their behaviour. When they do begin…

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Lincoln Legal Experts Contribute to Important House of Lords Report

Professor Richard Barnes (Lincoln law School) and Professor Elizabeth Kirk (Professor of Global and Ecological Justice, Director of the Lincoln Centre for Ecological Justice) have made important contributions to a significant report published by the House of Lords on the law of the sea in the 21st century. On 1st…

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Public Attitudes Towards The Use of Automatic Face Recognition Technology

A group of researchers at the University of Lincoln and the University of New South Wales (Australia) were the first to conduct an international survey of public opinion on the use of automatic facial recognition technology (AFR) in the criminal justice system. The team, led by Kay Ritchie from the…

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