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Keyword index

Alphabetical clickable index of keywords and synonyms/antonyms of the Justice Thesaurus. Every keyword gives result.

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You searched for web pages: "Defamation" and/or "Blasphemy"

Discrimination: from filing charges to prosecuting; The route of discrimination cases through the criminal justice system (full text only available in Dutch)

The Dutch Minister of Security and Justice promised to submit an overview to Parliament of the number of discrimination cases...

Research with publication | 16-02-2016

Criminalising ‘defamation of religion or belief’; The possibilities for amending the law on hate speech in the Dutch Criminal Code to criminalise defamation of religion or belief, also in view of international legal obligations (full text only available in Dutch)

The research question (that was derived from the motion), is as follows: Can a possible amendment of article 137c-137e...

Research with publication | 03-09-2014

Evaluation of the criminal proceedings directive in cases of violence against employees/professionals and civil courage victims

This research comprises an evaluation of the implementation of the criminal proceedings directive. The general research aim...

Research with publication | 09-01-2009

Religion and basic rights

This themed issue focuses on the influence of religion in the public domain. Examples include the relationships between...

Publication | 21-02-2007

Blasphemy, religion-related discriminatory speech, and hate speech; an inventory

After the murder of Theo van Gogh (November 2, 2004) the Dutch minister of Justice announced that a possible extension of the...

Research with publication | 15-12-2006

Cursing, abusing and taunting

Publication | 30-04-2003

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