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International Bill on Human Rights in the light of the needs-research approach

Journal: Scientific review, Науковий огляд, Научное обозрение (Vol.5, No. 48)

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Page : 83-108

Keywords : personal needs (interests); economic needs (interests); political needs (interests); cultural and spiritual needs (interests);

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There have been detected fixation of human needs and interests in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and United Nations International Covenants on Human Rights of 1966. It has been made somewhat non-traditional classification of such needs and interests. It has been determined quantitative indicators for each of the types of needs (interests) identified by this primary International Bill of Human Rights. So, - according to the criterion of liveliness, in which there arise and there are human needs (interests), among the latter the largest specific weight occupy the needs (interests) of personal (14 cases (37%)). The following are needs (interests) in the field of social protection (9 cases (24%)), political (6 cases (16%)), economic (5 cases (13%)), cultural-spiritual (3 cases (8%)); - depending on the type of carrier needs, the investigated international legal acts focus more on the needs (interests) of the individual (20 cases); collective-individual (14 cases) and collective needs (interests) (4 cases) are also indicated.

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