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Unpublished Paper
Constant development and the right to the right to the environment as the third generation of human rights
ExpressO (2015)
  • masume zareie
Abstract

From among the third generation of human rights , the right of Constant development is Considered as the basis for Other Crucial rights. The rights of the environment are part of general international rights which regulate the Occasions between those obedient of international rights (governments and international organizations.)this legal order is mainly based on bilateral and multilateral treaties and judicial international Convention the right to the environment is reflective of high and basic values similar to the environment is reflective of high and basic values similar to the right to life , the right to health and life of standard and it also has a close relationship with the prerequisites of the Continuation of the present generation life and the Coming generation. In this article , the relations of human rights, environment and constant develop examined in the from of three functions of the right to the environment, approaches and international Conventions. An examination of government has not been recognized as one of the instances of the third generation of human rights.This generation is facing serious problems about persisting people’s demands against general people.

Keywords
  • Human rights,
  • development rights,
  • environmental rights,
  • Instruments Concerning Right to Environment,
  • Individual Claims in the Environmental Cases
Disciplines
Publication Date
September 9, 2015
Citation Information
masume zareie. "Constant development and the right to the right to the environment as the third generation of human rights" ExpressO (2015)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/masume_zareie/1/