[...] individuals are sometimes quite unaware that their conduct violates the law. [...] the right to culture is guaranteed as part of international human rights law, e.g., in Article 27 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, a treaty ratified by virtually all countries including the United States.\n Although the settlement was only binding on one company, this policy could serve as a model for otiier taxi cab companies.
The importance of culture for the JUSTICE SYSTEM Alison Dundes Renteln; Rene Valladares Judicature; Mar/Apr 2009; 92, 5;
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