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Case Analysis on Human Rights
An analysis of the case of Kimberly Franke versus the Canadian Armed Forces.
# 129695 | 750 words | 0 sources | MLA | 2006 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2006 in Law (General) , Canadian Studies (General)


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This paper presents an analysis of the case of Kimberly Franke versus the Canadian Armed Forces, a Human Rights complaint alleging that the army discriminated against her on the basis of her sex. The paper looks at the major actors who are Franke herself, the complainant; the Canadian Human Rights Commission, which is hearing the case with a tribunal; and the Canadian Armed Forces, the respondent.

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"The case of Kimberly Franke versus the Canadian Armed Forces was a Human Rights complaint alleging that the army discriminated against her on the basis of her sex. The major actors are Franke herself, the complainant; the Canadian Human Rights Commission, which is hearing the case with a tribunal; and the Canadian Armed Forces, the respondent. Pointing to a series of alleged incidents against her while serving as a corporal at Canadian Forces Base Comox in February 1991, the complaint (one of two such separate cases filed by Franke) revolved around allegations of inappropriate behaviour among several army employees,..."

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