Right to Life of Unborn in UK Law

  • Right to Life of the Unborn v Promotion of Trade in Services: The European Court of Justice and the Normative Shaping of the European Union
    • No. 55-5, September 1992
    • The Modern Law Review
  • Social Change and Moral Politics: The Irish Constitutional Referendum 1983
    • No. 34-1, March 1986
    • Political Studies
    • 0000
    The dominance of the Roman Catholic Church in Ireland has been challenged by rapid socioeconomic change. To counter emerging secularist trends, anti-abortion activists pressurized the political par...
    ... ... clause in the constitution guaranteed the right to life of unborn children and was an explicit ... ...
  • V: International Relations/Relations Internationales
    • No. 62-6, December 2012
    • International Political Science Abstracts / Documentation Politique Internationale
    • 0000
    ... ... and a government of the right" is in power, scholars can expect increased\xC2" ... search of a more dignified life ... the issue of the right to life of unborn children, the relationship between  ... ...
  • Embryonic Stem Cells in an International Human Rights Framework
    • No. 34-3, September 2016
    • Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights
    • 0000
    Recent scientific breakthroughs have revealed an innovative method of regrowing organs from embryological stem cells. This method can be harnessed to treat various life-threatening diseases such as...
    ... ... is method can be har nessed to treat various life-threatening diseases such a s cancer and ... hand, various ac tivists argue that the unborn e mbryo has the right to life. O n the other ... ...
  • THE FATHER AND THE UNBORN CHILD
    • No. 38-2, March 1975
    • The Modern Law Review
    ... ... that a father does have a claim to protect the life of his unborn child, and that the court should take account ... that life have been raised before the courts.’ THE RIGHT TO CUSTODY OF A CHILD (a) The legitimate child In the Middle ... ...
  • Court‐Ordered Caesarian Sections: In Whose Interests?
    • No. 56-2, March 1993
    • The Modern Law Review
    ... ... interests of both Mrs S and of the unborn child. ’ As a consequence of the ... right to control her body.’* Sir Stephen Brown ... providing the treatment and saving T’s life. The judgment of Sir Stephen Brown P in re ... ...
  • LEGAL PROTECTION FOR THE UNBORN CHILD
    • No. 51-1, January 1988
    • The Modern Law Review
    ... ... to the key questioneat what point in time does human life come into existence and at what point does society deem such ... life automatically has a greater intrinsic value and right to protection than that of any other species. Instead, ... ...
  • Protecting the Unborn–‐New Rights in Gestation?
    • No. 50-3, May 1987
    • The Modern Law Review
    ... ... The Infant Life Preservation Act 1929 created the offence of child destruction ... Johnsen, “The Creation of Foetal Right:: Conflicts with Women’s Constitutional Rights to Liberty, ... ...
  • Abortion: A Constitutional Problem in European Perspective
    • No. 1-1, March 1994
    • Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law
    • 0000
    ... ... ABORTION IS PROHIBITED UNLESS THE WOMAN'S LIFE IS IN DANGER.This is the position in Ireland. The ... 3, whichprovides:The State acknowledges the right to life of the unborn and, with due regardto the ... ...
  • A WOMAN'S RIGHT TO CHOOSE*
    • No. 41-4, July 1978
    • The Modern Law Review
    ... ... or moral considerations demand unconditional protection of unborn ~hildren.~ More signifi- cant is the fact that in the ... unwanted child may be disruptive and destructive of the life of any woman, but the impact is felt most by those too ... ...
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