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The Challenges facing the implementation of the social Security right as a human right

ali azaddevin; Javad Kashani

Volume 20, Issue 60 , February 2019, Pages 9-34


  The right to social security is one of the most important human rights which has been accepted in human rights documents and constitutions of States and is of fundamental human rights. But the fact is that with the transition from the “defining and identifying the right to social security” ...  Read More


shirin sharifzadeh

Volume 20, Issue 60 , February 2019, Pages 35-67


  A “compilation” is a work formed by the collection and assembling of pre-existing materials or of data that are selected, coordinated or arranged in such a way that the resulting work as a whole constitutes an original work of authorship, such as periodical issue, anthology, encyclopedia, ...  Read More

Employment of Internal Self-determination as an Effective Solution on the Way to Fight against Corruption and Realization of the Right to Development

Homayoun Habibi; keivan eghbali

Volume 20, Issue 60 , February 2019, Pages 69-97


  Corruption must be considered as One of Most Important Obstacles for Realization of Some Aspect of the Human Rights in the Modern Societies, Especially Right to Development. Concentration of Public Power and Wealth in Hand of a Few People, lack of  accountable in Front of Public and Lack of Transparency ...  Read More

effect of communication technologies in respect of human rights

Mohammad Ali Solhchi; AMIR BIPARVA

Volume 20, Issue 60 , February 2019, Pages 99-124


  Communication technologies are generally considered as an effective means in contemporary era in transmitting news and information with exclusive characteristics and play an inseparable role in the world today. The privileged feature of these technologies should be the direct observation of events and ...  Read More

A reflection on Lanzarote Convention of the Council of Europe for the Protection of Children against Sexual Exploitation and Sexual Abuse

Mehryar Dashab

Volume 20, Issue 60 , February 2019, Pages 125-155


  Over the last decades, the sexual exploitation and abuse of children have been addressed by international organizations. Several instruments, including the Convention on the Rights of the Child and its Optional Protocol on the sale of children, child prostitution and child pornography required the adoption ...  Read More

Consideration and analysis of the Special Economic Zone financial condition in the Islamic Republic of Iran legal system
Volume 20, Issue 60 , February 2019, Pages 157-181


  Special Economic Zones (SEZs) in Iran are founded with a view to facilitate trade and promote domestic and foreign investment for economic growth and prosperity in the region and the country.  Among the most important legal issues are raised in relation to these areas, is their tax status that is ...  Read More

Reform of legal systems through the evolution of comparative law

Ali Borjian; Harith Al-Dabbagh

Volume 20, Issue 60 , February 2019, Pages 183-206


  Historical studies of comparative law demonstrate that the first purpose of using comparison in law has been to reform legal systems. This article intends to analyze the fundamental role and function of comparative law for legal reforms. Through studying different forms of the Transfer of Law, we intend ...  Read More

A comparative study of the execution process of municipal budget in Iran and France
Volume 20, Issue 60 , February 2019, Pages 207-236


  In municipalities, one of the stages of the budgeting process is budget execution. Although the budget is prepared correctly on the basis of information and experiences and by using new measured methods, the need for proper implementation of the budget will be the other important part of budgeting activities. ...  Read More

Access to Environmental Justice in EU for Non-governmental Actors
Volume 20, Issue 60 , February 2019, Pages 237-259


  Nowadays, environmental protection is a major preoccupation in the international community. One of the essential trends of international environmental law is the presence of non-governmental actors in the formation, application, and control of environmental regulations. Recognition of the legal personality ...  Read More

The right to privacy versus the necessity to fight terrorism from the viewpoint of european human rights system; emphasizing the current crisis in Europe
Volume 20, Issue 60 , February 2019, Pages 261-288


  Fight to terrorism is very necessary and states always use their power to fight this phenomenon. Anti-terroristic action are being taken under the society`s general benefits and in this way, the personal human rights is being intervened and violated some time. For instance, the citizens` privacy is being ...  Read More

A Study of the Islamic Republic of Iran's Approach to Family Regulation

Mahdi Mahdavizahed

Volume 20, Issue 60 , February 2019, Pages 289-309


  Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to provide a brief overview of ideological approach to family regulations in Islamic Republic of Iran (IRI). Therefore this paper provides basic information and analysis and discusses about family change and variation in contemporary Iran. Design/Methodology/Approach: ...  Read More