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Actual problems of realization and protection of human rights in modern conditions

ФИО студента: Elena Gulyaeva

Руководитель: Ekaterina Sergeevna Tretyakova

Кампус/факультет: Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities (Perm)

Программа: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Год защиты: 2021

The research project is devoted to the problems of human rights realization in modern conditions, including modern challenges such as the global pandemic of Covid-19, digitalization of society, and legal tech. In the field of International Law most scholars regard human rights as the basic law for both national and international law and for the interaction of these two systems. The project deals with the nature of human rights and the problems of realization of these rights, caused by various new conditions like Covid-19 and a rising level of technology that influence every-day life. In public international law human rights are considered the rules, which provide the protection of the dignity and freedom of each individual, while in modern legislature conditions questions of individual freedom were revised and blocked for the reasons of the interests of other people or the state as a whole. The study will analyse problems of realization of human rights currently and reveal the need of changing International law along with the changing society. The purpose of the research is to analyse the impact of modern events on the state, dynamics and implementation of human rights. Methodologically, the research is conducted within the framework of international law, thus, formal and special legal methods, the method of system interpretation, comparative legal and other methods of scientific recognition will be used. The research is expected to result in advanced understanding of nature of human rights in modern law system that will consistently fit into further study of acceptable limits and restrictions of human rights for public purposes. The results are intended to be easily adopted for further legislative process implemented in two levels: level of the international law and level of national law systems. The project consists of an introduction, literature review, methods, results, conclusion, and references.

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