The Mediterranean Sea, a geographical and cultural topos, has always represented a “privileged place” for both the judicial culture of people and the trade routes to grow and develop. The various legal traditions of the systems practised in the countries of the so- called “Mediterranean basin” continue to merge and amalgamate in the quest for a “living law” that can regulate contemporary society in a modern, orderly way. The following pages connect topics that may seem to widely differ but that share a minimum common denominator: being elective members of the communal Mare Nostrum. These topics not to exclude weaker and more vulnerable categories, such as unaccompanied foreign minors, people who undergo complex sexual changes to align their bodies with their psyche, and all forms of discrimination that put further distance between foreigners, as the problems of protecting one's religion. These issues have been analysed in the light of both current legislation and e jure condendo, with a focus on social inclusion and protection of the particular interests of these people.

Compulsory Vaccinations for Italian (and Foreign) Minors: legal and regulatory aspects

Marchese, Alberto
2017

Abstract

The Mediterranean Sea, a geographical and cultural topos, has always represented a “privileged place” for both the judicial culture of people and the trade routes to grow and develop. The various legal traditions of the systems practised in the countries of the so- called “Mediterranean basin” continue to merge and amalgamate in the quest for a “living law” that can regulate contemporary society in a modern, orderly way. The following pages connect topics that may seem to widely differ but that share a minimum common denominator: being elective members of the communal Mare Nostrum. These topics not to exclude weaker and more vulnerable categories, such as unaccompanied foreign minors, people who undergo complex sexual changes to align their bodies with their psyche, and all forms of discrimination that put further distance between foreigners, as the problems of protecting one's religion. These issues have been analysed in the light of both current legislation and e jure condendo, with a focus on social inclusion and protection of the particular interests of these people.
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