Prawo do ładu społecznego i międzynarodowego na przykładzie działań ONZ

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Krzysztof Żarna

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Przedmiotem artykułu są rozważania na temat prawa do ładu społecznego i międzynarodowego na przykładzie działań ONZ. Organizacja Narodów Zjednoczonych przyjęła wiele aktów dotyczących praw człowieka, takich jak deklaracje i prawnie wiążące prawa. Wniosek jest taki, że niekwestionowanym osiągnięciem Organizacji Narodów Zjednoczonych jest przyjęcie dużej liczby aktów prawnych, które gwarantują porządek społeczny i międzynarodowy. Mimo to nie ma skutecznych mechanizmów gwarantujących te prawa i szukania sprawiedliwości na forum międzynarodowym.

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Krzysztof Żarna, Uniwersytet Rzeszowski

Krzysztof Żarna – doktor habilitowany nauk o polityce, specjalność stosunki międzynarodowe. Profesor nadzwyczajny w Instytucie Nauk o Polityce Uniwersytetu Rzeszowskiego. Dyrektor Instytutu Nauk o Polityce. Absolwent Szkoły Praw Człowieka Helsińskiej Fundacji Praw Człowieka w Warszawie. Specjalizuje się w problematyce praw człowieka i stosunków międzynarodowych.

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