Human Rights in a Globalized Modern World

Golubev Stanislav Igorevich


The practice of recognition and protection of "human rights" have a long history, respectively, and from the time of arising of social rights and freedoms, passed quite a few centuries. In different parts of the world, social rights and freedoms emerged and developed ambiguous. Their recognition, consolidation, compliance, security and protection of structural represent a very significant set of principles and rules governing a wide range of social relations.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2014.v5n24p468

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