freedom of association

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freedom of association

noun authority, autonomy, blanket permission, choice, civil liberty, conntitutional freedom, decontrol, emancipation, free will, freeeom of affiliation, freedom of alignment, freedom of alliance, inclusion, incorporation, independence, laissez-faire, latitude, liberation, liberty, license, openness, participation, privilege, self-determination, self-direction, unconditional authority, unnonstrained use, unrestrained use, unrestricted use
Associated concepts: First Amendment protection, individual freedoms, individual liberties

freedom of association

see HUMAN RIGHTS.
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The OKC members urged the Britain to impress upon the Indian government to end the current blockade with utter commitment for the promotion and protection of all Kashmiris, withdraw troops from towns and villages of Kashmir and lift all restrictions on freedom of expression, assembly and right of association. They also demanded the visit of a fact-finding international commission to the locked Kashmir to take stock of existential realities.
They urged that the Britain, as a permanent member of the UN Security Council, must impress upon India to end the blockade, withdraw troops and lift all restrictions on freedom of expression, assembly and right of association in the occupied territory.
It is under such a system that the individuals are able to exercise their right of association, their right to the unfolding of their peculiar personalities, and their right to hold, express, and canvass any opinions they like
The investigations further revealed a range of discriminations including pay disparities on the basis of race, unfair treatment, long working hours, threats, harassment and denial of right of association. Should the investigations reveal violations of any section of the labour laws, appropriate corrective measures, including prosecution, will be taken against those found culpable.
Some of the allegations raised by the workers include; pay disparities on the basis of race, unfair treatment, long working hours, threats, harassment, and denial of the right of association, among others.
The SIRA otherwise says it defines the agriculture and fisheries sector to ensure the right of association. He said that ambiguities must be removed from the SIRA and amended article should be included with clear business rules in favor of agriculture workers.
Freedom of expression, he said, was fundamental as without it the entire regime of human rights be it the right to life, right to fair trial, right to information and right of association was threatened and gravely undermined.
One, Article 17 of the Constitution guarantees a fundamental right of association to form or be a member of a political party and, therefore, have the right to hold elected office.
The right of association has long been understood to limit
Enforced disappearances, attacks on minorities, misuse of laws, curbs on free use of right of association and freedom of expression, lack of social security and fair trial in judicial system, also continue to pose a threat to our citizens and the very fabric of our nation.
Lawmakers from the governing coalition have added the present system creates "legal uncertainty", with some district courts allegedly carrying out the procedures in a controversial or inefficient manner and potentially infringing on the constitutional right of association. They have argued that some non-profits for public benefit are registered with the courts, but not with the Justice Ministry and use this to shun some of their transparency obligations.
The course examined the right to live, the right of association, the right to freedom of expression and opinion, the right to peaceful assembly, and freedom of religion and belief, among other issues.