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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 41. Chapters: Dimmock v Secretary of State for Education and Skills, 2007 reasons of the Supreme Court ... Weiterlesen
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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 41. Chapters: Dimmock v Secretary of State for Education and Skills, 2007 reasons of the Supreme Court of Canada, Webster ruling, Australian Competition and Consumer Commission v Baxter Healthcare, Bosnian Genocide Case, European Union Microsoft competition case, International Transport Workers Federation v Viking Line ABP, Davenport v. Washington Education Association, 2007 term United States Supreme Court opinions of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Evans v United Kingdom, J & H Ritchie Ltd v Lloyd Ltd, List of House of Lords cases 2007, Cartoon Network, LP v. CSC Holdings, Inc., Associated Society of Locomotive Engineers and Firemen v United Kingdom, G 1/05 and G 1/06, Golden Strait Corporation v Nippon Yusen Kubishka Kaisha, Thomas v Mowbray, Charkaoui v. Canada, Foster Bryant Surveying Ltd v Bryant, Golan v. Gonzales, R. v. Bryan, Baczkowski v Poland, Ngan v R, Laval Un Partneri Ltd v Svenska Byggnadsarbetareforbundet, List of judgments of the Constitutional Court of South Africa delivered in 2007, Canadian Western Bank v. Alberta, Douglas v Hello! Ltd, Van Wees v Karkour and Walsh, Stack v Dowden, Musayev, Labazanova and Magomadov v. Russia, Baysayeva v. Russia, New South Wales v Fahy, Roach v Electoral Commissioner, Scheps v Fine Art Logistics Ltd, D.H. and Others v. the Czech Republic, Larsen v Rick Dees Ltd, Owen v R, Connolly v DPP, Dada v. Mukasey, Canada v. Hislop, Moncrieff v Jamieson. Excerpt: Dimmock v Secretary of State for Education and Skills was a case heard in September-October 2007 in the High Court of Justice of England and Wales, concerning the permissibility of the government providing Al Gore's documentary An Inconvenient Truth to English state schools as a teaching aid. The case was brought by Stewart Dimmock, a lorry (HGV) driver and school governor from Kent, England, a father of two sons who attend a state school. Dimmock has twice stood as a local election candidate for the New Party and received backing for the case from Viscount Monckton, the author of the New Party's manifesto. Monckton, one of the UK's most prominent climate change sceptics, launched an advertising campaign against Al Gore in March, 2007 challenging Gore to a public debate on climate change. Monckton has received funding from a Washington-based conservative think tank of which he is chief policy adviser, the Science and Public Policy Institute (SPPI), to create a film, Apocalypse No, which will parody Gore, showing Monckton presenting a slide show making an attack on climate change science. The plaintiff sought to prevent the educational use of An Inconvenient Truth on the grounds that schools are legally required to provide a balanced presentation of political issues. The court ruled that the film was substantially founded upon scientific research and fact and could continue to be shown, but it had a degree of political bias such that teachers would be required to explain the context via guidance notes issued to schools along with the film. The court also identified nine of what the plaintiff called 'errors' in the film which were departures from the scientific mainstream, and ruled that the guidance notes must address these items specifically. In October 2006, the Government announced that the academic year 2006/07 would be a "Sustainable Schools Year of Action" to promote sustainable development and environmental consciousness. This followed an earlier public consul

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Titel: 2007 in case law
Untertitel: Dimmock v Secretary of State for Education and Skills, 2007 reasons of the Supreme Court of Canada, Webster ruling, Australian Competition and Consumer Commission v Baxter Healthcare, Bosnian Genocide Case
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EAN: 9781156099636
ISBN: 1156099633
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Anzahl Seiten: 44
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Jahr: 2011