Submission Open for IJEER Volume-3, Number-10, October 2019 | Submission Deadline- 20 October, 2019

International Journal for Empirical Education and Research

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Human Rights Implications of the NonRefoulement & Development

Imrul Sheikh    Page 1-16 69

States are obliged for protection of refugees under international law on account of their membership of United Nations and signature or accession to International Refugee Instruments as well as International Human Rights Instruments. The legal basis for this international protection may either be customary international law or conventional international law. The basic customary international laws applicable to them are those pertinent fundamental human rights found in the International Bill of Human Rights. Hence, it is submitted that all states should protect the fundamental human rights of refugees under customary international law. Principle of non-refoulement is one of them.

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Utilitarianism theory according to Bentham and Stuart Mill

Hafiz Zafa Daher    Page 17-26 67

Both Mill and Bentham was the prominent upholder of utilitarianism theory. They both have differences in their thinking. Bentham's work opens with a statement of the principle of utility. Mill rejects a purely quantitative measurement of utility. Thus we will discuss about their viewpoints in this article.

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Discussion on Different types of Government

Esam Umayyah Nazari    Page 27-41 65

This article lists forms of government and political systems, according to a series of different ways of categorising them. The systems listed are not mutually exclusive, and often have overlapping definitions. We will know about democracy, totalitarianism and so on. We all will be able to know about many kinds of governments and their types. We all know their history, characteristics.

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Culture: Functions, Characteristics and its Influences in Education

Hishma el Murad    Page 42-52 64

Culture is the behavioural traits of a group. Education can be the way those traits are passed on to members of the group who are not sufficiently aware of those traits. Education may also be a way a method of passing on paradigms that allow for the group's greater efficiency. Culture is just habits and practices of people in essence. Culture can be seen as cultivated, but not necessareliy.

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A Details of Sociology and its Relation to Human Society

Maajida Al Baig    Page 53-60 61

Abstract Sociology referring social science is in important course for study. In this article we will discuss about some introductory topics. We will learn some terms of sociology. Thus we will discuss about basic elements of sociology. .

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