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Freedom of movement, mobility rights or the right to travel is a human rights concept which is respected in the constitutions of numerous Western states.
Freedom of movement is often more limited for minors, and penal law can modify this right as it applies to convicted felons (for instance, parole, probation, registration).
Freedom of movement is not construed as a right to permit an individual to enter private property of another.
www.gamecheatz.net /games.php?title=Freedom_of_movement   (1594 words)

  
 Human Rights Learning Centre: Study Guide on the Human Right to Freedom of Movement   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Freedom of movement most often affects asylum seekers while they are waiting for their applications to be processed recognizing them as being under the protection of a new government.
Freedom of movement and subsequently choice of residence allows individuals the rights to choose vocations, which best suit their abilities, and additionally provides people with greater access to education thus contributing to the flow of ideas from nation to nation.
Kampala Declaration on Intellectual Freedom and Social Responsibility (1990) (article 4) This declaration is intended mainly for the security of intellectuals and the freedom for education to exist and flourish within Africa itself.
www.hrea.org /learn/guides/freedom-of-movement.html   (3950 words)

  
 SFOR Informer Online: What is freedom of movement?
Freedom of movement is key to operational movement, whether it's reinforcement or the rotation of soldiers from one area of operation to another, this critical element is about the many variables involved in an operation being mobile.
One example of freedom of movement is the railway system that is extensive throughout BiH.
Another aspect of freedom of movement is that of reconnaissance.
www.nato.int /sfor/indexinf/144/p05a/t02p05a.htm   (700 words)

  
 Freedom of Movement (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab1.netlab.uky.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Freedom of Movement™ is a dietary supplement and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Freedom of Movement™ is a proprietary blend dietary supplement that has been described by its users as a way of helping the body to relieve stiffness, soreness, and pain ranging from mild to severe, coming from inflammation in joints, bones, muscles, connective tissue, and other soft tissues.
Freedom of Movement™ has been reported to lubricate joints and connective tissues by building up fluids that become reduced from age, injury, or general inflammation including that produced by certain diseases.
www.alternativehealthapproaches.org.cob-web.org:8888 /Freedom_of_Movement.htm   (591 words)

  
 Freedom of Movement of Societas Europaea under European Company Statute
Also the general principle of freedom of establishment of companies envisaged by the Treaty of Rome is presented and the case-law dealing with freedom to change one’s primary establishment is discussed.
Freedom of establishment is vital in the elimination of barriers that national frontiers set to the entrepreneurial and organisational skills of the nationals and companies of each MS.
Due to the linkage imposed by the proposed Regulation between movement of the registered office and the head office of the SE[41], it is argued that freedom of movement of the head office could also be inhibited.
www.cc-advocates.com /publications/articles/freedom-of-movement-european-company.htm   (4620 words)

  
 ILOLEX: English display cgi
The imposition of sanctions, such as restricted movement, house arrest or banishment for trade union reasons constitutes a violation of the principles of freedom of association.
It is also a violation of freedom of association since it undermines the trade union organizations by depriving them of their leaders.
The granting of freedom to a trade unionist on condition that he leave the country is not compatible with the free exercise of trade union rights.
www.ilo.org /ilolex/cgi-lex/pdconv.pl?host=status01&textbase=iloeng&document=67&chapter=23&query=#docno=2319960210&highlight=on&querytype=bool   (266 words)

  
 NoHoof-NoHorse.com - Freedom of Movement, Why is it so important?
One of the key differences is the amount of daily movement, which plays a very important role in the horse's overall health and lifespan.
Lack of movement results in: a weakened circulatory system, an overstressed heart, insufficient bloodflow throughout the body, possible heart and circulatory failure, loss of bone density, slow or stunted development, possible bone and skeletal disease, deformation of the hooves, development of conformation flaws, bad habits and boredom...just to name a few!
By allowing horses 24/7 freedom of movement, their system will begin to work as it is intended by nature, and they will live healthier, happier and longer because of it.
www.nohoof-nohorse.com /articles/freedomOfMovement.html   (440 words)

  
 Freedom of Movement Teachers
Founder and director of Freedom of Movement, Dawn has over 25 years of dance experience in tap, jazz, ballet, pointe, modern, and ballroom dancing.
Micki was awarded the "Dancer of the Year Award" for Freedom of Movement in 2001.
Freedom of Movement is honored to have her teaching at our school.
www.fomdance.com /teachers.html   (523 words)

  
 SCADPlus: Freedom of movement for workers after enlargement   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Freedom of movement for workers, which is a fundamental aspect of the freedom of movement for persons and of the internal market, allows the nationals of any Member State to work in another Member State under the same conditions as nationals of that State.
Nationals of the new Member States enjoy complete freedom of movement from the date of accession, so long as they are not in paid employment (e.g.
For further information on the free movement of workers, consult the guide on the free movement of workers to and from the new Member States, and the EURES website, in particular the EURES page on the free movement of workers after enlargement.
europa.eu /scadplus/leg/en/cha/c10524.htm   (1111 words)

  
 Juridix : Freedom of movement of the SE
The Article 8 of the ECS establishes the freedom of movement of the SE by authorising the transfer of the registered office within the EU (Section 1).
It is however absurd that, according to the Uberseering case, national companies benefit of a larger freedom of movement by the adoption of an “apparent formation theory” (if a company has apparently been formed under the jurisdiction of one legal system, all other member States have to accept it on its territory).
If the statute doesn’t establish a high level freedom of movement necessary for the establishment of a common market, some improvements could be made to facilitate and to create new basis to this freedom.
www.juridix.net /eu_soc/movement_se.htm   (4957 words)

  
 Lamaze International   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Freedom of movement is important in making the birth of your baby easier.
The uterus responds to movement by working more efficiently.4 The positions a woman chooses for comfort also often help her baby progress through the birth canal.
Freedom of movement is a major component of pain management.
www.lamaze.org /institute/carepractices/Freedom.asp   (996 words)

  
 EMIRE: GERMANY - FREEDOM OF MOVEMENT FOR WORKERS
Freedom of movement for workers implies, first and foremost, the abolition of any form of discrimination in the EC Member States on the grounds of the nationality of the individual employee.
It follows from the ban on discrimination that an employee who is an EC national has rights covering: applying in response to actual job offers; mobility for the purposes of seeking work (freedom of movement); residence for the purposes of carrying on employment; and continuance of the right of abode after the employment has ended.
There are exceptions to the right of mobility inasmuch as it does not apply to those employed in the public administration and freedom of movement may be restricted on grounds of threat to public security, order or health.
www.eurofound.eu.int /emire/GERMANY/FREEDOMOFMOVEMENTFORWORKERS-DE.html   (319 words)

  
 Freedom of Movement: Uniting Immigrants & Native-Born | deleteTheBorder.org   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
The only solution to these problems is for citizens and immigrants to unite in a working-class-wide movement to demand freedom of movement.
Freedom of movement means the right of all to cross national boundaries and to live where they please, with full rights.
The best way we can demand freedom of movement and gain enough rights to fight back against capitalism is to build a class-wide movement made up of native born and immigrant workers.
deletetheborder.org /node/1090   (1380 words)

  
 B'Tselem - Restrictions on movement
The restrictions on movement that Israel has imposed on the Palestinian population in the Occupied Territories over the past five years are unprecedented in the history of the Israeli occupation in their scope, time, and severity of damage they cause to the three and a half million Palestinians.
In the past, Israel imposed a comprehensive closure on the Occupied Territories or a curfew on a specific town or village to restrict Palestinian freedom of movement; however, it never imposed sweeping and prolonged restrictions comparable to those currently in practice.
The IDF has even explicitly admitted that the restrictions on movement imposed on Palestinians are intended to ensure the free movement of Jews in the Occupied Territories.
www.btselem.org /English/Freedom_of_Movement   (448 words)

  
 Freedom Riders - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Freedom Riders were a group of men and women from many different backgrounds and ethnicities who boarded buses, trains and planes headed for the deep South to test the 1960 U.S. Supreme Court ruling outlawing racial segregation in all interstate public facilities.
Many people have said she was tired after a hard day's work and this may have been true in part, but in her own story, Parks -- who had volunteered to help the NAACP -- said it was more that she was tired of giving in to the bigotry and mistreatment of African Americans.
The 1961 Freedom Riders along with their families, friends and supporters, celebrated their 40th anniversary with a reunion held on Veterans Day Weekend, November 8th-November 11th, 2001, in Jackson, Mississippi.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Freedom_Riders   (1125 words)

  
 Goa's Freedom Movement
Mahatma Gandhi's movement in India for independence, intensified as it was in the thirties of this century, filled many people in Goa with the hope that with India free, it would be only a matter of days for the end of Portuguese rule in Goa.
It was a message of freedom to the Goan people: people in thousands from towns and the remotest corners of Goa converged on Margao, long before the appointed hour.
Life having become difficult in Goa for the anti-Portuguese and freedom lovers, the scene of operations to oust the foreigner had perforce to be shifted to across the frontiers into India which was about to earn its long fought freedom from Britain.
www.goacom.com /culture/history/history4.html   (2178 words)

  
 About Gisha (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab1.netlab.uky.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Gisha: Center for the Legal Protection of Freedom of Movement is an Israeli not-for-profit organization that seeks to protect the fundamental rights of Palestinians living in the Occupied Territories by imposing human rights law as a limitation on the behavior of Israel’s military.
Gisha, whose name means both "access" and "approach," engages in litigation and advocacy that aim to help individuals exercise their right to freedom of movement while working for systemic change in military practices and abuses at Israeli border-crossings and checkpoints.
The reason is that for Palestinians living under occupation, freedom of movement is a necessary precondition for access to jobs and sources of livelihood, family members, education, and health services.
www.gisha.org.cob-web.org:8888 /english/index_eng.htm   (296 words)

  
 Right to Freedom of Movement   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
CCPR(1) article 12 — right to liberty of movement and freedom to choose his (her) residence.
CERD(2) articles 5(d), (i) and (ii) — right to freedom of movement and residence within the border of the State and the right to leave any country, including one’s own, and to return to one’s country.
(Freedom of movement is also applicable in refugee situations when they are denied the right of entrance into their own country because of a fear of persecution and/or internal conflict).
www.unfpa.org /rights/language/right11.htm   (204 words)

  
 Freedom Movement   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
The Freedom Movement is more that just great, concious hip-hop, it is a way of life.
Being a hip hop based group, that is pushing the boundaries of the art form to provide you with new experiences in sound and enlightenment, we are currently embarking on various musical projects that thrive on your listening ears and support.
As a movement priding itself in progression, we must be sure to stay on top of our game, and to keep pushing the boundaries.
www.freedommovement.org   (237 words)

  
 Freedom of movement for workers - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Freedom of movement for workers is a policy chapter of the acquis communautaire of the European Union.
It is one of the four economic freedoms: free movement of goods, services, labour and capital.
Freedom of movement for workers deals with the employment of citizens of one state in another.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Freedom_of_movement_for_workers   (305 words)

  
 EAPPI Report: Freedom of movement – or the Lack thereof
Freedom of movement – or the Lack thereof
Freedom of movement - it is one of the human rights which are supposed to be guaranteed to all people, according to the United Nations’ Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Freedom of movement and plans written in pencil
www.eappi.org /eappi.nsf/index/rep-se-01.html   (1279 words)

  
 Freedom of Movement - National Youth Rights Association
Freedom of Movement is undervalued and under-recognized in legal significance...
Freedom is often used in perverse and even perhaps dangerous ways -- it is only until it unduly burdens or interferes with one other's Freedom that there is reason to intervene.
Freedom OF Movement is economic at it's core -- all of it ties together.
www.youthrights.org /forums/showthread.php?p=5815   (912 words)

  
 2000 OSCE Human Dimension Issues - Freedom of Movement
Does freedom of movement mean that you have the right to visit your relatives or your friends around the world?
Does freedom of movement mean freedom to visit the village or the city where you were born or the place where your family members were born and live?
Chairman in closing I must say that in the Framework Convention of the Council of Europe on National Minorities and particularly Article 17 there is an obligation for neighboring countries to create presuppositions for free communication and movement among the population of the minorities of these countries.
www.florina.org /html/2000/2000_osce_hd_movement.html   (808 words)

  
 Freedom of Speech
Freedom of expression is one of the most fundamental rights that individuals enjoy.
It is also one of the most dangerous rights, because freedom of expression means the freedom to express one's discontent with the status quo and the desire to change it.
This page is just being born, but in the future we hope to provide you with thorough information about what freedom of speech means, why it is important to protect it and what are the attempts to curtail it.
www.derechos.org /human-rights/speech   (566 words)

  
 Homeschool Freedom Movement
But if you hang around homeschoolers long enough, the distinct impression you come away with is the overriding notion that parents want the freedom to take charge of their children's education, the freedom to choose teaching methods, books, academic programs, and the freedom to decide how their family's TIME is to be spent.
And so, by reclaiming their freedom from the state's educational institutions, Christian home schoolers are also reclaiming their children's lives for God.
While courts and bureaucrats have contested that right, the idea of freedom is still so fundamental to the meaning and existence of American that even the worst of the statists finds it difficult, if not uncomfortable, to argue their case of ownership of the children in the court of public opinion.
members.iquest.net /~macihms/Christian/Ccomm/Blumenfeld.html   (1512 words)

  
 Freedom of Establishment; Free Movement of Services in the EU :: the Gaming Perspective :: Malta
It is for the national court to determine whether such legislation, taking account of the detailed rules for its application, actually serves the aims which might justify it, and whether the restrictions it imposes are disproportionate in the light of those objectives.
It is thus for the courts of the Member States to determine whether the national authorities have acted proportionately in their choice of means, having regard to the principle of freedom to provide services.
The proposed directive on services aims at removing the obstacles to the freedom of establishment for the provision of services and the freedom to provide services within the internal market.
www.cc-advocates.com /gaming-law/european-license-EU.htm   (973 words)

  
 Freedom of movement / Campaigns & projects / Europe / ilga - ILGA Europe
In 2004, the European Union adopted a new Directive on Free Movement Rights for EU Citizens and their Family Members (Directive 2004/58).
For more than two years, ILGA-Europe, together with national LGBT organisations, campaigned vigorously to change free movement law which discriminates against same-sex families by limiting the right to be joined in another EU state by a family member to married couples and their children.
 Under the Directive, the right to free movement primarily remains limited to a "spouse" and the children of either the spouse or the sponsor.
www.ilga-europe.org /europe/campaigns_projects/freedom_of_movement   (546 words)

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