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Embodying the disappeared of the Argentinian dictatorship through law
Sévane Garibian

2 Seeking the dead among the living: embodying the disappeared of the Argentinian dictatorship through law 1 Sévane Garibian Y así seguimos andando curtidos de soledad, y en nosotros nuestros muertos pa’ que nadie quede atrás. (Atahualpa Yupanqui 2) Introduction The state policy of enforced disappearances in Argentina, planned and implemented during the military dictatorship of 1976–83, still has a striking effect today: in the absence of any corpses of the disappeared, the families seek the dead among the living. Their quest through the law embodies the

in Human remains and mass violence
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There’s more than one show in town
Andrew Bowman
,
Ismail Ertürk
,
Julie Froud
,
Sukhdev Johal
, and
John Law

the foundational. Then we suggest that the post-­1979 policy experiment is now using ‘bolt-­ ons’, like industrial policy, to ensure that state policy answers exigencies without addressing fundamentals. But if we follow Braudel to think about the foundational economy and the character of state-­sustained corporate monopolies it is possible to reframe policy and imagine new kinds of intervention. No doubt there are many possibilities, but we have a specific proposal. We argue that foundational firms or sectors drawing on household expenditure or tax revenue within a

in The end of the experiment?
The development of Indian identity in 1940s’ Durban
Paivathi Raman

repressive state policies. As offspring of indentured workers from Natal, they were members of the Indian lower-middle class who had managed to get a Western education and had entered the white-collar professions; they were mostly Tamil-speaking Hindus and Christians, and their livelihoods depended to a large extent on the colonial administration. Colonial-born Indians began to cohere self-consciously as a social group in the interwar period when it became more difficult for this Western-educated elite to maintain their standard of

in Rethinking settler colonialism
France’s response to Turkey’s changing relations with its diaspora
Ayca Arkilic

historically greater Turkish influence in the country. In order to elaborate on these points, the chapter will first outline France’s broader immigration, citizenship and integration policies and then examine state policies towards religion, with a focus on the country’s relations with the Turkish community. Immigration, citizenship and integration policies in France

in Diaspora diplomacy
The dualist and complex role of the state in Spanish labour and employment relations in an age of ‘flexibility’
Miguel Martínez Lucio

, 2008; Jessop, 2002: 42; for a further discussion, see MacKenzie and Martínez Lucio, 2014). To this extent, the question of coordination of such levels and different approaches in public policy and state agencies politically and organisationally is one we need to be alert to (Crouch, 1993). What is more, the state intervenes not just in social spaces but also in ideological ones where specific issues, sensibilities and even national debates develop and configure the nature and impact of state policies (Locke and Thelen, 2006). Within these social and ideological

in Making work more equal
Political and contemporary contexts of the Shows
Tracey Hill

, and collaboration, with the royal government’.6 Equally, out-and-out criticism of state policy or of the shortcomings of individuals, royal and otherwise, did not feature in the Shows. Such sentiments in civic circles at large were sometimes inchoate in any case; where they were expressed, this tended to occur subtly and tentatively, in coded language and through the careful use of selected figures and emblems.7 I therefore follow Curtis Perry’s judicious approach: one should see the Shows not as ‘points on a graph leading to increased opposition between the city and

in Pageantry and power
Georg Elwert

become realms of predictability. Under them, long-term investments in intellectual formation and the means of production also make sense for persons far from the centres of power. The lack of a monopoly of violence produces (under competitive conditions) spaces open to violence – violence fields. In these violence fields, people invest individually in the social and physical conditions of security in much higher proportions. Development, growth or productive innovation are not their preoccupations. The general practice of state policy towards violence fields organised by

in Potentials of disorder
Mara A. Leichtman

. Kuwait's relations with Africa have been on multiple – and increasingly coordinated – levels of state policy, civil society and pious individual donors. The Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development (KFAED) initially focused on assisting Arab countries (including Sudan, Somalia, Djibouti and Comoros, members of the Arab League), but expanded its mandate to non-Arab countries in 1975, with a focus on Africa. This assistance developed in part following the 1973 Arab–Israeli war, which was a defining moment in Kuwait's joining other Arab countries in enhancing relations

in The Gulf States and the Horn of Africa
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Tradition and taboo
Guy Austin

and periods. The three chosen here represent an awareness of the loss caused by the segregation of the sexes and the patriarchal nature of Algerian familial and social relations. The context for these films is to a large extent derived from not just Islamic traditions and taboos but also state policies in both colonial and postcolonial Algeria. Each film approaches the question of gender from a distinct perspective: in the

in Algerian national cinema
Open Access (free)
‘Case history’ on violence against women, and against women’s rights to health and to reproductive health
Sara De Vido

in the direct acceptance of her request. The vertical, ‘state policies’ dimension Abortion Context and legal background The purpose of this section of the chapter is to reflect on cases concerning abortion in order to identify the elements of violence against women’s health 58 DE VIDO 9781526124975 PRINT.indd 58 24/03/2020 11:01 The anamnesis that pertain to the second, ‘vertical’ dimension of my analysis. The issue is extremely sensitive, because it entails considerations that go beyond law and touch upon ethics and morality.257 I have selected cases decided by

in Violence against women’s health in international law