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Papperslös och rättslös? En undersökning om varför papperslösas rättigheter brister

Sandstén Vikberg, Julia LU (2014) STVK02 20141
Department of Political Science
Abstract
Battered paperless women are a group in our society whose gender and paperless status makes them doubly vulnerable. UN:s Declaration of Human Rights expresses that all humans have an equal value and claims to be universal. But despite this, studies have shown that these vulnerable group of women do not feel they are getting the help they need from the social service in Sweden and that there is a disagreement about whether paperless women are included in their responsibility or not. This study will therefor investigate what Human Rights and the guidelines for the social service actually are saying about the inclusive of paperless women to understand why their rights are not met. It will demonstrate how both the Human Rights and the... (More)
Battered paperless women are a group in our society whose gender and paperless status makes them doubly vulnerable. UN:s Declaration of Human Rights expresses that all humans have an equal value and claims to be universal. But despite this, studies have shown that these vulnerable group of women do not feel they are getting the help they need from the social service in Sweden and that there is a disagreement about whether paperless women are included in their responsibility or not. This study will therefor investigate what Human Rights and the guidelines for the social service actually are saying about the inclusive of paperless women to understand why their rights are not met. It will demonstrate how both the Human Rights and the guidelines for the social service are structured in a manner that allows paperless people´s rights to fall between the cracks. (Less)
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author
Sandstén Vikberg, Julia LU
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course
STVK02 20141
year
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
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keywords
Papperslös, våldutsatta kvinnor, mänskliga rättigheter, medborgarskap
language
Swedish
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4448439
date added to LUP
2014-09-17 13:30:36
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2014-09-17 13:30:36
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  abstract     = {Battered paperless women are a group in our society whose gender and paperless status makes them doubly vulnerable. UN:s Declaration of Human Rights expresses that all humans have an equal value and claims to be universal. But despite this, studies have shown that these vulnerable group of women do not feel they are getting the help they need from the social service in Sweden and that there is a disagreement about whether paperless women are included in their responsibility or not. This study will therefor investigate what Human Rights and the guidelines for the social service actually are saying about the inclusive of paperless women to understand why their rights are not met. It will demonstrate how both the Human Rights and the guidelines for the social service are structured in a manner that allows paperless people´s rights to fall between the cracks.},
  author       = {Sandstén Vikberg, Julia},
  keyword      = {Papperslös,våldutsatta kvinnor,mänskliga rättigheter,medborgarskap},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Papperslös och rättslös? En undersökning om varför papperslösas rättigheter brister},
  year         = {2014},
}