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Research on the Right to Development from the Perspective of International Human Rights

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Huali Fu1, Yaning Bai2,*

1International Department, University of South China, Hengyang, Hunan, China.

2School of Economic Management and Law, University of South China, Hengyang, Hunan, China.

*Corresponding author: Yaning Bai

Published: March 29,2024

Abstract

As a fundamental concept related to human survival and development, the right to development has garnered significant attention since its inception. After evolving from a mere goal to actual human rights, it has now become a crucial component of the human rights system. A reasonable interpretation of the connotation of the right to development from this perspective is the premise and foundation for realizing the right to development. However, despite some positive factors in the current implementation of the right to development, it still faces practical challenges. Unilateral sanctions impact a wide range of human rights, including the right to development. Insufficient international cooperation hinders the progress of underdeveloped countries, while inequality remains a primary challenge in contemporary development efforts. Putting the realization of the right to development within the research framework of international human rights law, establishing specialized human rights protection institutions, prioritizing the interests of developing countries, and promoting multilateralism are beneficial for achieving the right to development.

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How to cite this paper

Research on the Right to Development from the Perspective of International Human Rights

How to cite this paper: Huali Fu, Yaning Bai. (2024) Research on the Right to Development from the Perspective of International Human Rights. Journal of Humanities, Arts and Social Science8(2), 486-490.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/jhass.2024.02.032