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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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.
The trade union representatives underlined the need for compliance with labour standards of the International Labour Organisation (ILO) including the right of association and collective bargaining.
The formation of a political party and right of association is subject to public morality and Article 62 and 63 of Constitution are to be interpreted with the reference to public morality mentioned in preamble and articles 2A and 17 of the Constitution.
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.
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.
She criticized imposition of essential services act in PIA and said it will deny the right of association and protest.
OPICs statutorily required standard worker rights language will be supplemented with provisions concerning the right of association, organization and collective bargaining, hours of work, and the timely payment of all wages.
Perhaps surprisingly, the experience of these European nations is that the right of association has not compromised combat efficiency or military discipline.
If the issue was human rights and if the name of the NGO was AI, the government saw the issue as a security problem rather than a matter of the right of association, at the beginning of the 2000s.
To protest Phillips's actions, I certainly plan to exercise my right of association and refuse to do business with Phillips's shop.
As such, our uneasiness with the right of association as a constitutional matter may have something to do with our uneasiness with the freedom of association as a political matter.
In dealing with the Dalai Lama, the government is sensitive to the need to uphold the right of association espoused in our constitution but must balance that with the real or imagined role of Dalai Lama," it reportedly said.