You are here:

Článek 22 - Kulturní, náboženská a jazyková rozmanitost

Článek 22 - Kulturní, náboženská a jazyková rozmanitost

Unie respektuje kulturní, náboženskou a jazykovou rozmanitost.

0 results found

43 results found

  • Constitution du Grand Duche de Luxembourg

    URL:
    Constitution du Grand Duche de Luxembourg
    Country:
    Luxembourg

    Article 29. La loi réglera l’emploi des langues en matière administrative et judiciaire.

  • Constitution of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

    URL:
    Constitution of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg
    Country:
    Luxembourg

    Article 29.The law regulates the use of languages in administrative and judicial matters.

  • Constitution of the Republic of Lithuania

    URL:
    Constitution of the Republic of Lithuania
    Country:
    Lithuania

    Article 14. Lithuanian shall be the State language. Article 37. Citizens belonging to ethnic communities shall have the right to foster their language, culture, and customs. Article 43. The State shall recognise the churches and religious organisations that are traditional in Lithuania, whereas other churches and religious organisations shall be recognised provided that they have support in society and their teaching and practices are not in conflict with the law and public morals. The churches and religious organisations recognised by the State shall have the rights of a legal person. Churches and religious organisations shall be free to proclaim their teaching, perform their practices, and have houses of prayer, charity establishments, and schools for the training of the clergy. Churches and religious organisations shall conduct their affairs freely according to their canons and statutes. The status of churches and other religious organisations in the State shall be established by agreement or by law. The teaching proclaimed by churches and religious organisations, other religious activities and houses of prayer may not be used for purposes which are in conflict with the Constitution and laws. There shall not be a State religion in Lithuania. Article 45Ethnic communities of citizens shall independently manage the affairs of their ethnic culture, education, charity, and mutual assistance. Ethnic communities shall be provided support by the State.

  • Lietuvos Respublikos Konstitucija

    URL:
    Lietuvos Respublikos Konstitucija
    Country:
    Lithuania

    14 straipsnis. Valstybinė kalba - lietuvių kalba. 37 straipsnis. Piliečiai, priklausantys tautinėms bendrijoms, turi teisę puoselėti savo kalbą, kultūrą ir papročius. 43 straipsnis. Valstybė pripažįsta tradicines Lietuvoje bažnyčias bei religines organizacijas, o kitas bažnyčias ir religines organizacijas - jeigu jos turi atramą visuomenėje ir jų mokymas bei apeigos neprieštarauja įstatymui ir dorai. Valstybės pripažintos bažnyčios bei kitos religinės organizacijos turi juridinio asmens teises. Bažnyčios bei religinės organizacijos laisvai skelbia savo mokslą, atlieka savo apeigas, turi maldos namus, labdaros įstaigas ir mokyklas dvasininkams rengti.Bažnyčios bei religinės organizacijos laisvai tvarkosi pagal savus kanonus ir statutus. Bažnyčių bei kitų religinių organizacijų būklė valstybėje nustatoma susitarimu arba įstatymu. Bažnyčių bei religinių organizacijų mokslo skelbimas, kita tikybinė veikla, taip pat maldos namai negali būti naudojami tam, kas prieštarauja Konstitucijai ir įstatymams. Lietuvoje nėra valstybinės religijos. 45 straipsnis. Piliečių tautinės bendrijos savo tautinės kultūros reikalus, švietimą, labdarą, savitarpio pagalbą tvarko savarankiškai. Tautinėms bendrijoms valstybė teikia paramą.

  • Constitution of the Republic of Latvia

    URL:
    Constitution of the Republic of Latvia
    Country:
    Latvia

    114. Persons belonging to ethnic minorities have the right to preserve and develop their language and their ethnic and cultural identity.

  • Latvijas Republikas Satversme

    URL:
    Latvijas Republikas Satversme
    Country:
    Latvia

    114. Personām, kuras pieder pie mazākumtautībām, ir tiesības saglabāt un attīstīt savu valodu, etnisko un kultūras savdabību.

  • Law on the Unrestricted Development and Right to Cultural Autonomy of Latvia's Nationalities and Ethnic Groups

    URL:
    Law on the Unrestricted Development and Right to Cultural Autonomy of Latvia's Nationalities and Ethnic Groups"
    Country:
    Latvia

    Within the Republic of Latvia live the Latvian nation, the ancient indigenous nationality, the Livs, as well as other nationalities and ethnic groups.This Law is adopted to guarantee to all nationalities and ethnic groups in the Republic of Latvia the rights to cultural autonomy and self-administration of their culture.

  • Official Language Law

    URL:
    Official Language Law
    Country:
    Latvia

    Section 1The purpose of this Law is to ensure: 1) the maintenance, protection and development of the Latvian language; 2) the maintenance of the cultural and historic heritage of the Latvian nation; 3) the right to freely use the Latvian language in any sphere of life within the whole territory of Latvia; 4) the integration of members of ethnic minorities into the society of Latvia, while observing their rights to use their native language or other languages; 5) the increased influence of the Latvian language in the cultural environment of Latvia, to promote a more rapid integration of society.

  • Constitution of the Italian Republic

    URL:
    Constitution of the Italian Republic
    Country:
    Italy

    Art. 3. All citizens have equal social dignity and are equal before the law, without distinction of sex, race, language, religion, political opinion, personal and social conditions. (...) Art. 6. The Republic safeguards linguistic minorities by means of appropriate measures. Art. 8. All religious denominations are equally free before the law. Denominations other than Catholicism have the right to self-organisation according to their own statutes, provided these do not conflict with Italian law. Their relations with the State are regulated by law, based on agreements with their respective representatives.

  • Costituzione della Repubblica Italiana

    URL:
    Costituzione della Repubblica Italiana
    Country:
    Italy

    Art. 3. Tutti i cittadini hanno pari dignità sociale e sono eguali davanti alla legge, senza distinzione di sesso, di razza, di lingua, di religione, di opinioni politiche, di condizioni personali e sociali.(...)Art. 6. La Repubblica tutela con apposite norme le minoranze linguistiche. Art. 8. Tutte le confessioni religiose sono egualmente libere davanti alla legge.Le confessioni religiose diverse dalla cattolica hanno diritto di organizzarsi secondo i propri statuti, in quanto non contrastino con l'ordinamento giuridico italiano.I loro rapporti con lo Stato sono regolati per legge sulla base di intese con le relative rappresentanze.

  • Constitution of Ireland

    URL:
    Constitution of Ireland
    Country:
    Ireland

    Article 8.1. The irish language as the national language is the first official language. Article 8.2. the english language is recognised as a second official language. Article 8.3. Provision may, however, be made by law for the exclusive use of either of the said languages for any one or more official purposes, either throughout the state or in any part thereof. Article 44.1. The state acknowledges that the homage of public worship is due to almighty God. it shall hold his name in reverence, and shall respect and honour religion. Article 44.2.1. Freedom of conscience and the free profession and practice of religion are, subject to public order and morality, guaranteed to every citizen. Article 44.2.2. The state guarantees not to endow any religion. Article 44.2.3 The state shall not impose any disabilities or make any discrimination on the ground of religious profession, belief or status.

  • Magyarország Alaptörvénye

    URL:
    Magyarország Alaptörvénye
    Country:
    Hungary

    VII. cikk (SZABADSÁG ÉS FELELŐSSÉG) (1) Mindenkinek joga van a gondolat, a lelkiismeret és a vallás szabadságához. Ez a jog magában foglalja a vallás vagy más meggyőződés szabad megválasztását vagy megváltoztatását és azt a szabadságot, hogy vallását vagy más meggyőződését mindenki vallásos cselekmények, szertartások végzése útján vagy egyéb módon, akár egyénileg, akár másokkal együttesen, nyilvánosan vagy a magánéletben kinyilvánítsa vagy kinyilvánítását mellőzze, gyakorolja vagy tanítsa. […] XV. cikk (SZABADSÁG ÉS FELELŐSSÉG)[…] (2) Magyarország az alapvető jogokat mindenkinek bármely megkülönböztetés, nevezetesen faj, szín, nem, fogyatékosság, nyelv, vallás, politikai vagy más vélemény, nemzeti vagy társadalmi származás, vagyoni, születési vagy egyéb helyzet szerinti különbségtétel nélkül biztosítja. […] XXIX. cikk (SZABADSÁG ÉS FELELŐSSÉG) (1) A Magyarországon élő nemzetiségek államalkotó tényezők. Minden, valamely nemzetiséghez tartozó magyar állampolgárnak joga van önazonossága szabad vállalásához és megőrzéséhez. A Magyarországon élő nemzetiségeknek joguk van az anyanyelvhasználathoz, a saját nyelven való egyéni és közösségi névhasználathoz, saját kultúrájuk ápolásához és az anyanyelvű oktatáshoz. (2) A Magyarországon élő nemzetiségek helyi és országos önkormányzatokat hozhatnak létre. (3) A Magyarországon élő nemzetiségek jogaira vonatkozó részletes szabályokat, a nemzetiségeket és a nemzetiségként való elismerés feltételeit, valamint a helyi és országos nemzetiségi önkormányzatok megválasztásának szabályait sarkalatos törvény határozza meg. Sarkalatos törvény a nemzetiségként való elismerést meghatározott idejű honossághoz és meghatározott számú, magát az adott nemzetiséghez tartozónak valló személy kezdeményezéséhez kötheti.

  • The Fundamental Law of Hungary

    URL:
    The Fundamental Law of Hungary
    Country:
    Hungary

    Article VII (Freedom and Responsibility) (1) Everyone shall have the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion. This right shall include the freedom to choose or change one’s religion or other belief, and the freedom of everyone to manifest, abstain from manifesting, practise or teach his or her religion or other belief through religious acts, rites or otherwise, either individually or jointly with others, either in public or in private life. [...] Article XV (Freedom and Responsibility) [...] (2) Hungary shall guarantee fundamental rights to everyone without discrimination and in particular without discrimination on grounds of race, colour, sex, disability, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or any other status. [...] Article XXIX (Freedom and Responsibility) (1) National minorities living in Hungary shall be constituent parts of the State. Every Hungarian citizen belonging to a national minority shall have the right to freely express and preserve his or her identity. National minorities living in Hungary shall have the right to use their mother tongue, to use names in their own languages individually and collectively, to nurture their own cultures, and to receive education in their mother tongues. (2) National minorities living in Hungary shall have the right to establish their selfgovernment at both local and national level. (3) The detailed rules relating to the rights of national minorities living in Hungary, the national minorities, the requirements for recognition as a national minority, and the rules for the election of the self-governments of national minorities at local and national level shall be laid down in a cardinal Act. A cardinal Act may provide that recognition as a national minority shall be subject to a certain length of time of presence and to the initiative of a certain number of persons declaring to be members of the national minority concerned.

  • Constitution of the Hellenic Republic

    URL:
    Constitution of the Hellenic Republic
    Country:
    Greece

    Article 5 (2) All persons living within the Greek territory shall enjoy full protection of their life, honour and liberty irrespective of nationality, race or language and of religious or political beliefs. Exceptions shall be permitted only in cases provided by international law. [...]

  • Το Σύνταγμα της Ελλάδας

    URL:
    Το Σύνταγμα της Ελλάδας
    Country:
    Greece

    Άρθρο 5 (2) Όλoι όσoι βρίσκoνται στην Eλληνική Eπικράτεια απoλαμβάνoυν την απόλυτη πρoστασία της ζωής, της τιμής και της ελευθερίας τoυς, χωρίς διάκριση εθνικότητας, φυλής, γλώσσας και θρησκευτικών ή πoλιτικών πεπoιθήσεων. Eξαιρέσεις επιτρέπoνται στις περιπτώσεις πoυ πρoβλέπει τo διεθνές δίκαιo. [...]

  • Constitution of Finland

    URL:
    Constitution of Finland
    Country:
    Finland

    Section 6 Equality (...) No one shall, without an acceptable reason, be treated differently from other persons on the ground of sex, age, origin, language, religion, conviction, opinion, health, disability or other reason that concerns his or her person. Section 11 Freedom of religion and conscience Everyone has the freedom of religion and conscience. Freedom of religion and conscience entails the right to profess and practice a religion, the right to express one's convictions and the right to be a member of or decline to be a member of a religious community. No one is under the obligation, against his or her conscience, to participate in the practice of a religion. Section 17 Right to one's language and culture The national languages of Finland are Finnish and Swedish. The right of everyone to use his or her own language, either Finnish or Swedish, before courts of law and other authorities, and to receive official documents in that language, shall be guaranteed by an Act. The public authorities shall provide for the cultural and societal needs of the Finnish-speaking and Swedish-speaking populations of the country on an equal basis. The Sami, as an indigenous people, as well as the Roma and other groups, have the right to maintain and develop their own language and culture. Provisions on the right of the Sami to use the Sami language before the authorities are laid down by an Act. The rights of persons using sign language and of persons in need of interpretation or translation aid owing to disability shall be guaranteed by an Act.

  • Suomen perustuslaki

    URL:
    Suomen perustuslaki
    Country:
    Finland

    6 § Yhdenvertaisuus (...) Ketään ei saa ilman hyväksyttävää perustetta asettaa eri asemaan sukupuolen, iän, alkuperän, kielen, uskonnon, vakaumuksen, mielipiteen, terveydentilan, vammaisuuden tai muun henkilöön liittyvän syyn perusteella. 11 § Uskonnon ja omantunnon vapaus Jokaisella on uskonnon ja omantunnon vapaus. Uskonnon ja omantunnon vapauteen sisältyy oikeus tunnustaa ja harjoittaa uskontoa, oikeus ilmaista vakaumus ja oikeus kuulua tai olla kuulumatta uskonnolliseen yhdyskuntaan. Kukaan ei ole velvollinen osallistumaan omantuntonsa vastaisesti uskonnon harjoittamiseen. 17 § Oikeus omaan kieleen ja kulttuuriin Suomen kansalliskielet ovat suomi ja ruotsi. Jokaisen oikeus käyttää tuomioistuimessa ja muussa viranomaisessa asiassaan omaa kieltään, joko suomea tai ruotsia, sekä saada toimituskirjansa tällä kielellä turvataan lailla. Julkisen vallan on huolehdittava maan suomen- ja ruotsinkielisen väestön sivistyksellisistä ja yhteiskunnallisista tarpeista samanlaisten perusteiden mukaan. Saamelaisilla alkuperäiskansana sekä romaneilla ja muilla ryhmillä on oikeus ylläpitää ja kehittää omaa kieltään ja kulttuuriaan. Saamelaisten oikeudesta käyttää saamen kieltä viranomaisessa säädetään lailla. Viittomakieltä käyttävien sekä vammaisuuden vuoksi tulkitsemis- ja käännösapua tarvitsevien oikeudet turvataan lailla.

  • Constitution of the Republic of Estonia

    URL:
    Constitution of the Republic of Estonia
    Country:
    Estonia

    Article 37. (…) Everyone has the right to be taught in Estonian. The language of teaching in national minority educational institutions is chosen by the educational institution. (…) Article 50. National minorities have the right, in the interests of their culture, to establish self-governing agencies under such conditions and pursuant to such procedure as are provided in the National Minorities Cultural Autonomy Act. Article 51. Everyone has the right to address government agencies, local authorities, and their officials in Estonian and to receive responses in Estonian. In localities where at least one half of the permanent residents belong to a national minority, everyone has the right to receive responses from government agencies, local authorities and their officials also in the language of the national minority. Article 52. The official language of government agencies and local authorities is Estonian. In localities where the language of the majority of the residents is not Estonian, local authorities may, to the extent and pursuant to a procedure provided by law, use the language of the majority of the permanent residents of the locality as their internal working language. The use of foreign languages, including the languages of national minorities, in government agencies, in courts and in pre-trial procedure is provided by law.

  • Eesti Vabariigi Põhiseadus

    URL:
    Eesti Vabariigi Põhiseadus
    Country:
    Estonia

    § 37. (…) Igaühel on õigus saada eestikeelset õpetust. Õppekeele vähemusrahvuse õppeasutuses valib õppeasutus.(...) § 50. Vähemusrahvustel on õigus luua rahvuskultuuri huvides omavalitsusasutusi vähemusrahvuste kultuurautonoomia seaduses sätestatud tingimustel ja korras. § 51. Igaühel on õigus pöörduda riigiasutuste, kohalike omavalitsuste ja nende ametiisikute poole eesti keeles ja saada eestikeelseid vastuseid. Paikkondades, kus vähemalt pooled püsielanikest on vähemusrahvusest, on igaühel õigus saada riigiasutustelt ja kohalikelt omavalitsustelt ning nende ametiisikutelt vastuseid ka selle vähemusrahvuse keeles. § 52. Riigiasutuste ja kohalike omavalitsuste asjaajamiskeel on eesti keel.Paikkondades, kus elanike enamiku keel ei ole eesti keel, võivad kohalikud omavalitsused seaduses sätestatud ulatuses ja korras kasutada sisemise asjaajamiskeelena selle paikkonna püsielanike enamiku keelt.Võõrkeelte, sealhulgas vähemusrahvuste keelte kasutamise riigiasutuses ning kohtu- ja kohtueelses menetluses sätestab seadus.

  • Constitution of the Republic of Croatia

    URL:
    Constitution of the Republic of Croatia
    Country:
    Croatia

    Article 15 (1)Equal rights for the members of all national minorities in the Republic of Croatia are guaranteed. (4)The freedom of the members of all national minorities to express their nationality, to use their language and script, and to exercise cultural autonomy shall be guaranteed. Article 41 All religious communities shall be equal before the law and clearly separate from the state. Religious communities shall be free, in compliance with law, to publicly conduct religious services, open schools, academies or other institutions, and welfare and charitable organizations and to manage them, and they shall enjoy the protection and assistance of the state in their activities.

0 results found

0 results found