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ID number:773433
Published: 04.05.2004.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
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One of the major concerns of the United Nations has been to promote and encourage "respect for human rights and for fundamental freedoms". Consequently, we are going to focus on the reasons that explain the particular importance of this right, mainly attending to its evolution until we get the most popular views of the actual concept (different points of views will be contrasted throughout the essay) and we will reference specific cases to see how the International Court deals with the claims of this principle.
The right to self determination was the subject of the first article of the United Nations Covenants on Human Rights in 1966, in a period of time when the international peace and security were at risk, and the hallmark of regimes were challenging after the Second World War experience.
This principle found its way first into the Atlantic Charter and then into the United Nations Charter, but article one of this charter is not the only one which refers to this right, article 55 of the charter also refers to respect for the principle of equal rights and self determination of peoples in a similar context.

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