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Les collectivités territoriales face au risque de discrimination

Abstract : This research aims to examine how the notion of discrimination emerged in French Law and its effect on the organisation of the public authorities in the local communities. With the French legal tradition, based on the principle of equality, the administration ensured a uniform process of treatment at every level ; with discrimination, it has to face a continuation of systemic problems affecting the social environment, from individual to collective behaviour as well, in which local authorities actively participate. The legal construction, structured on the principle of equality, is placed more and more in a state of questioning by the high standards of judicial control. Thus, studying risk of discrimination in the local authorities perspective leads to consider a new paradigm of local public action. New strategies and techniques have been elaborated in common with the state administration, aimed at redressing territorial imbalances ; they have fostered changes in the decision-making process and the role of everyone. From this reorganization, a new mainstream approach has been engineered to take better account of the causes and effects of discrimination, in order to reduce its risk.
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Jérémie Saiseau. Les collectivités territoriales face au risque de discrimination. Droit. Université de Bordeaux, 2018. Français. ⟨NNT : 2018BORD0436⟩. ⟨tel-02165201⟩



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