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Constitutional aspects of compulsory vaccination
Plačková, Anna ; Kindlová, Miluše (advisor) ; Uhl, Pavel (referee)
1 Diploma thesis topic title Constitutional aspects of compulsory vaccination Abstract This diploma thesis focuses on the assessment of the constitutional conformity of compulsory vaccination. In particular, the thesis deals with the conflict of interest in combating the emergence and spread of infectious diseases and the interest in not interfering with fundamental human rights. The main objective of the thesis is to provide a possible line of reasoning for defending the compliance of the vaccination obligation with the constitutional order. The aim is to cover all conceivable aspects that can be associated with mandatory vaccination. First, an interference with fundamental rights is examined in the light of the Charter of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms. By performing the proportionality and rationality analysis it is assessed whether the limitation of the affected rights can be justified. A special attention is paid to a statutory reservation and a conscientious objection. Due to a significant importance of the system of the European Convention on Human Rights, one part of the thesis is focused also on the examination of the compliance of compulsory vaccination with this international instrument. For those purposes a five-step analysis is performed. In this thesis also medical issues are discussed...
French poetry and its Czech translations of the 1960's
Plačková, Anna ; Šotolová, Jovanka (referee) ; Belisová, Šárka (advisor)
This thesis, subtitled Boundaries of Poetry - Boundaries of Translation, examines the French poets who published their works in the post World War Two era. One of the aims has been to find out if these poets have been translated into Czech. The situation of the era seems to be a very special one: in the 1960's, more than 2000 poets published their poems in France; looking at Czech translation of French poetry, one may, however, get the impression that this was the era of only one French poet: Jacques Prévert. The term modern 101 poetry itself also need clarification, as it is very often associated with poets of the 19th century (e.g. Charles Baudelaire, Stéphane Mallarmé). The focus of this thesis lies on the 1960's, for several reasons: in terms of time, the decade lies quite close to present day; and yet, it still has the much desired distance, which allows for a more objective examination. The era is also special in terms of politics: the end of World War Two, the 1948 Communist Coup in Czechoslovakia, French colonial policy in Africa, and the socio-cultural upheaval and changes brought about by it, especially in 1968. Moreover, the conditions for the translation of Western literature into Czech were extremely favourable at that time - Stalin's death in 1953 was gradually followed by a period of détente,...

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