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Title: Forms of stating the right to Freedom of Association in International Regulatory Acts
Authors: Ganbarov, Dashgin
Keywords: Freedom of association
human rights
International acts
political rights
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Khazar University Press
Citation: Khazar Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences
Series/Report no.: Vol. 21;№ 2
Abstract: The protection of freedom of association can be acknowledged as the protection of fundamental human rights. The enforcement of freedom of association is the indicator of the protection of human rights in general. In modern times, the enforcement of freedom of association means the observance of democratic principles. It should be taking into consideration that mechanisms of the protection of human rights emerged actively after the World War II. Actually, the legal basis for the protection of human rights was for the first time reflected in the UN Charter. The reason, why the UN pays special attention to the protection of human rights, was explained in the preamble of the charter of the organization. International regulatory basis of freedom of association deserves attention for its thoroughness. Numerous conventions of non-regulatory nature or with full legal force ensure effective regulation of freedom of association. The existing international legal standards or acts clearly prescribe everyone’s right to freedom of association and belong to any existing associations to achieve their goals. Different efficient mechanisms have been developed to prevent violation of these rights.
ISSN: 2223-2613
Appears in Collections:2018, Vol. 21, № 2

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