Farahnaz Bagheri · Hassan Khosravi

History of scholarship and learning. The humanities | Social Sciences

Right to health is one of the fundamental human rights in international human right system. This right possessed a stable position in various treaties and international conventions. Based on this right, everyone has the right to reach the highest standard of physical and mental health which includes all medical services, public sanitation, enough food, suitable accommodation, healthy atmosphere of work and healthy environment. Governments are obliged to promote the right to health whether in citizens or non-citizens. Effective restriction on tobacco products requires national, local and international cooperation. In international level, the universal convention of World Health Organization has the regulations related to control of tobacco products business. Accordingly, Iran has joined to the convention thus its articles are binding inside the country. In addition to this regulation, producing and distributing tobacco products in Iran have followed by some principals and rules including: I) Producing of every type of tobacco product gained monopoly by government, II) The necessity of inserting logo and health warning messages on pocket, III) All of tobacco products must be packed in pockets with serial number and the particular label of Iran tobacco products, IV) Limitation of selling tobacco products to under aged people (under 18).

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An Analysis of the Current International Legal Regime on the Protection of the Cultural Heritage of Indigenous Peoples
Tarih Kültür ve Sanat Araştırmaları Dergisi 2017 (https://doi.org/10.7596/taksad.v6i3.1014)
Indigenous peoples have always strived for recognition of the right to their ancestral lands, resources, protection of their language, customs and traditions, all of which in combination constitute their (cultural) identity. This strife for recogniti...

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The human right of access to drinking water: a continental analysis based on World Water Forums
Revista Ambiente & Água 2016 (https://doi.org/10.4136/ambi-agua.1861)
At the end of the 1980s, development and human rights were treated as separate issues, with distinct and divergent strategies and goals. After two decades, our understanding of the issue has evolved, and it has become clear that there is no way to se...

Law

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Italian colonialism in Somalia: issues of reparation for the crimes committed
Sequência: Estudos Juridicos e Politicos 2017 (https://doi.org/10.5007/2177-7055.2017v38n76p11)
This paper is an attempt to deal with questions concerning the legal tools provided for the implementation of the right to reparation with regard to Italy’s colonial domination of Somalia. In particular, it first endeavours to ascertain whether some ...

International Human Rights Law and the Right to water: a Brazilian Perspective
ACDI: Anuario Colombiano de Derecho Internacional 2016 (https://doi.org/10.12804/acdi9.1.2016.05)
This article discusses the recognition of the right to water in international human rights law and its implications. After demonstrating the disputes with respect to the interpretation of this right, it outlines the Brazilian contribution in regard t...

CONSOLIDATION OF ARGUMENTS IN FAVOR OF THE RIGHT OF ACCESS TO PUBLIC INFORMATION AS A FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT
Age of Human Rights Journal 2017 (https://doi.org/10.17561/tahrj.n8.6)
Analysis of the doctrinal position regarding the nature of the right of access to public information and the development of new arguments that reinforce and consolidate its fundamental nature. This right is recognized as a human right in many interna...

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The complexity of articulating rights: nutrition and care
Salud Colectiva 2016 (https://doi.org/10.18294/sc.2016.941)
This article analyzes the existing tensions between the recognition of human rights – especially the right to adequate food as it is defined in international agreements and treaties – and the insufficient connection made with care, understood as the ...

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Maternal and child health from a human rights perspective: the Indian scenario and nuns as community health enablers
Christian Journal for Global Health 2016 (https://doi.org/10.15566/cjgh.v3i2.125)
All women need access to antenatal care in pregnancy, skilled care during childbirth, and care and support in the weeks after childbirth. This discussion tries to look into the life context of maternal and child health, and the health scenario of wom...

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