Adding Social Condition to the Human Rights Code

Social Condition is defined as a rank, a social position or class attributed to someone principally because of his or her level of income, occupation, and education.

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Pivot Legal Society
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2017
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reports & documents
tags
human rights, social condition, discrimination, human rights violations