International Legal Framework Of The United Nations To Respond To Freedom Of Personality: Classification And Implementation Problems

AleksanderNikolaevichKaliuzhnyi,Nikolai GrigoryevichShurukhnov

the article analyzes the provisions of international legal acts, the content of the model of prohibited acts encroaching on individual freedom; classification of international legal foundations in the field in question is carried out into two groups: a) fundamental international legal documents and b) specialized international legal acts; explores the provisions of individual international legal acts that make up the content of each of the groups identified by us; it is substantiated that the terminology of certain provisions of specialized international regulatory legal acts testifies to the need for their unification, the use of a category common to all member states; Based on the analyzed provisions, the directions of counteracting attacks on personal freedom are highlighted.

Volume 12 | Issue 2

Pages: 1653-1657

DOI: 10.5373/JARDCS/V12I2/S20201204