Inequality limits young people's chances in life. Yet equality is the basis of democracy and Article 14 of the European Convention on Human Rights secures the rights and freedoms of the young qwithout discrimination on any groundq. Research shows that inequality - in opportunities, wealth or health, for example - is widespread in Europe and that the citizens of richer countries do not necessarily have healthier profiles than those of poorer countries. The citizens of egalitarian countries, on the other hand, have the highest life expectancy. This book examines many aspects of inequality and opportunity for young people including schooling, employment, social exclusion, labour migration, trafficking, disability, cultural and religious discrimination, youth work, and opposition and resistance.The Law on the Protection of the Slovenian Minority was adopted in 2001, but applied only recently in 2007. Allochthonous minorities According to the most recent statistics (ISTAT 2007, Dossier Caritas-Migrantes 2007), 53 there are about 3.7 million ... Furthermore, the aCharter of Values, Citizenship and Immigrationa, proposed by the Interior Minister in April 2007, also has among its key themes genderanbsp;...
|Title||:||Some Still More Equal Than Others?|
|Author||:||Serdar M. Degirmencioglu|
|Publisher||:||Council of Europe - 2011|