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Intersectionality From the Perspective of Feminist Activist Collectives in the Czech Republic
Dařílková, Linda ; Kobová, Ĺubica (advisor) ; Kolářová, Kateřina (referee)
Intersectionality is a topic that resonates with feminist activist collectives in the Czech Republic. Half of the collectives included in this research publicly identify as intersectional, while most of the remaining collectives identify with intersectionality at least to some extent. However, intersectionality is a complex theoretical concept, and one can ask how the collectives understand intersectionality and how they translate it into their practice. Much of the interviews revealed that discursive approaches to intersectionality are driven by an ethos of social justice, i.e. a better world for all. This implies an appeal to inclusivity, which was differentiated in several interviews between inward and outward inclusivity. Outward inclusivity was manifested by including more areas of social justice in the discourse and actions of the collective. At the discursive and practical level, I identified other, equally important, approaches to intersectionality, which I describe in this thesis. Intersectionality, in relation to the actual self-identification of collectives, also expresses an effort to distance oneself from exclusionary strands of feminism or activism in general, and in this respect intersectionality can also take on a normative character. Despite the research participants' largely (but...
Employee liability for property damage and harm to a person
Dařílková, Linda ; Drápal, Ljubomír (advisor) ; Štefko, Martin (referee)
Name of the thesis: Employee Liability for Property Damage and Harm To a Person The aim of this thesis is to analyze employee's liability for damage in a broader historical context, extending also to the theory of law, to distinguish the specifics of labour law liability from the civil law liability and to define the prerequisites for the emergence of different types of employee's liability for damages and to elaborate on them in detail, especially through scientific literature and case law. In the first chapter, I describe labour law in brief historical context relevant for the topic, with reference to key changes in the development of labour law legislation. In accordance with aforementioned, in chapter two I then focus on the theory of liability, namely liability for damage, and then in chapter three I analyze in detail the liability for damage as regulated in the Act No. 262/2006 Coll., Labour Code. Chapter four strives to outline the functions of liability for damage in employment relationships and defines the prevention of damage. Chapter five then enumerates the prerequisites for arising of the employee's liability for damage and also focuses on definition of related legal terms. Chapter six analyzes different types of employee's liability for damage: General liability, liability for...
Employee liability for property damage and harm to a person
Dařílková, Linda ; Drápal, Ljubomír (advisor) ; Štefko, Martin (referee)
Name of the thesis: Employee Liability for Property Damage and Harm To a Person The aim of this thesis is to analyze employee's liability for damage in a broader historical context, extending also to the theory of law, to distinguish the specifics of labour law liability from the civil law liability and to define the prerequisites for the emergence of different types of employee's liability for damages and to elaborate on them in detail, especially through scientific literature and case law. In the first chapter, I describe labour law in brief historical context relevant for the topic, with reference to key changes in the development of labour law legislation. In accordance with aforementioned, in chapter two I then focus on the theory of liability, namely liability for damage, and then in chapter three I analyze in detail the liability for damage as regulated in the Act No. 262/2006 Coll., Labour Code. Chapter four strives to outline the functions of liability for damage in employment relationships and defines the prevention of damage. Chapter five then enumerates the prerequisites for arising of the employee's liability for damage and also focuses on definition of related legal terms. Chapter six analyzes different types of employee's liability for damage: General liability, liability for...

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