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The Role of Public Participation in Ensuring of Women's Access to the Right to Development

Keivan Eghbali; Sattar Azizi

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 22 February 2022


  The right to development is an approach to development of human societies in which human rights are considered and economic development approach fundamentally integrates within the human rights approach to development. Achieving to this in any society requires that status of those groups that seems to ...  Read More

The Conflict between Citizens' Right to Privacy and the State's Right to Digitally Tracking People Infected or Suspected of Transmitting the Covid-19 Virus

Sattar Azizi; Zahra Ghadbeygi

Volume 24, Issue 76 , January 2022, , Pages 9-42


  The proliferation of Coronavirus around the world and the need to maintain the health of individuals in society have forced many governments to impose restrictions on citizens' rights by imposing social distances, quarantine and closure of educational, economic and sports centers. One important action ...  Read More

The Legality of the Creation of “Safe Zone” in Syrian Northern Borders with Turkey in Accordance with International Law

sattar azizi; Mohsen Akbari

Volume 22, Issue 70 , June 2021, , Pages 10-41


  Military force of Turkey and Turkey-backed Syrian forces attacked Northeastern Syria on 9 October 2019. The concept of "safe zone" has been used in different terms in International Humanitarian Law. In this article, the legal status of the formation of a safe zone on Syria's Northern borders with Turkey ...  Read More

Derived International Responsibility Resulted from Aid or Assistance with Emphasis on Case of Use of Cluster Munitions in Yemen

sattar azizi; Siamak Karimi

Volume 18, Issue 51 , October 2016, , Pages 109-135


  The Arab coalition’s military intervention in Yemen crisis (2015) which is led by Saudi Arabia can be studied through different aspects in the international law’s system. The secondary rules of international law which decide the breach of primary rules of international law and their consequences, ...  Read More