Conscientious Objection

Some articles on conscientious objection, objection, conscientious:

Jehovah's Witnesses And Governments - Government Interactions - Other
... Grand Chamber of ECHR affirms right to conscientious objection to military service.(Amnesty International ... refusal of identity documents, arrest for assembly, proselytizing, and conscientious objection, as well as imprisonment for upwards of a decade, in some cases. 1000 Witnesses were serving prison terms in South Korea based on their conscientious objection to military service ...
Conscription In Australia - National Service From The 1960s - Vietnam War
... Forces and serve only inside Australia, claim a student deferment, or attempt a conscientious objection application ... In order to be exempted on the basis of conscientious objection, an applicant needed to demonstrate objection to 'all' war, not merely one specific war ... This meant that the rate of success for conscientious objection applications was generally low ...
Politics (journal) - Allied Conduct of The Second World War - Conscientious Objection
... it was natural for Macdonald to run many essays from and about conscientious objectors (C.O.s), with whose position he sympathized, but whose common preference for ...
Halil Savda - Conscientious Objection in Turkey
... The issue of conscientious objection is a highly debated and controversial issue in Turkey ... two member of the Council of Europe that still refuse to recognize conscientious objection ... the right to freedom of conscience, it does not extend to the right to conscientious objection to military service ...
Mehmet Tarhan - Conscientious Objection
... "I condemn every kind of violence and believe that joining or condoning violence will only result in new violence and everyone will be responsible for the consequences ... I think that wars caused by power-mongering states are first and foremost a violation of the right to life ...

Famous quotes containing the word objection:

    The original of the picture you inclose, and which I return, was taken from life, and is, I think, a very true one; though my wife, and many others, do not. My impression is that their objection arises from the disordered condition of the hair.
    Abraham Lincoln (1809–1865)