“Canadian Human Rights legislation requires that people with diagnosed environmental sensitivities must be accommodated in their workplaces. Consequently, scent-free workplace policies have been implemented to minimise allergic reactions to scented products.” Your perfume or aftershave may smell great to you, but others may not be so keen – with legal implications, as Thelma explains.
Several countries, including the UK, can convict people for child sex offences committed abroad. However, enforcement is very mixed. Sometimes, sorry to say, it’s a matter of the government of the offender’s country of origin not being willing to commit resources to extraditing and prosecuting its own criminals.
This week: Child sex tourism – a shady and secretive crime that’s a worldwide problem. Can it be stopped?
A bus in Phnom Penh with an ambiguously-placed advert against child sex tourism.
This week: Weddings – what with arranged marriages, extravagant wedding receptions, and forced marriages, they’re not always straightforward affairs.
This week: Shoot to kill – the death of Jean Charles de Menezes and the reaction to the 7 July and failed 21 July terrorist attacks in London.