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حقوق الانسان الاقتصادية والحق فى التنمية فى الدول العربية
[economic and social rights in the Arab countries]

  • Alasrag, Hussien

With the turning globalization to become a "spirit of the age" with its free trade and the movement of capital and investments, the trend has been to the marginalization of certain economic and social rights for the benefit of other rights, especially that some consider that the civil and political rights of the individual Chariat state intervention in the face of mean understanding inversely to the economic and social rights, which means that State intervention, and community rights is the first of basic human rights, and that he could not work the other rights only to those rights, although that practice indicate that violations of human rights "fundamental" - in relation to economic and socio-due to government policies certain economic and social or failure in providing support for those affected. In spite of the serious and persistent attempts to strengthen and protect human rights and establish their values and disseminating awareness and ensure the practice, but the Arab society and suffer significantly from the weak state of human rights, particularly economic sanctions, notes the growing rates of unemployment and poverty in the Arab States, and accumulate their negative impact on the community of the proliferation of crimes social, and the high dependency ratio and a late age of marriage, as well as the security and psychological. . Which proves that the Arab society still has many of the major challenges that must be addressed quickly in the area of economic rights of citizens. The research aims to shed light on the situation of economic Fialdol Arab view to recommending the most important policies that will help to further the enjoyment of economic rights of Arab citizens.

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Date of creation: 2007
Date of revision: 2005
Handle: RePEc:pra:mprapa:2764
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