Open AccessREVIEW ON THE MONOGRAPH BOLDIZHAR SANDRA ALEXANDROVNA ON THE TOPIC «ADMINISTRATIVE AND LEGAL REGULATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS OF THE FOURTH GENERATION IN THE HEALTH CARE SYSTEM»Open Access
Світлана Олександрівна Стеценко
naukovij vìsnik užgorodsʹkogo nacìonalʹnogo unìversitetu
moral rights only because she is a human being. However, it does not follow that the rule of law is aimed at protecting all rights agreed within the international or national community. The foundation of fourth-generation human rights was laid after World War II, when the right to be informed before a medical experiment arose. However, the vast majority of fourth-generation human rights norms were formulated only in the last decades of the twentieth century. In this regard, the study of the administrative and legal regulation of human rights of the fourth generation is important, thanks to which it will be possible to reveal the mechanism of this regulation. The peer-reviewed monograph is devoted to this question. In addition, it meets the requirements of today and is of considerable interest to the scientific community.
Subject(s)foundation (evidence) , fundamental rights , human rights , international human rights law , law , law and economics , political science , public administration , right to health , sociology
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