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The study of the progression of soft law human rights to hard-law human rights and statutory law

Mohamadreza Zabihzade; Masoud Raei; Leila Raeisi

Despite the significant advances made so far in the area of human rights, there are still some very serious challenges to some of the issues and examples of these rights, both in the first and second generations and in the third generation, most of which are these problems. Third generation is seen. Because in the first and second generation of human rights, the principle of the right is definitive, but there is a debate about the scope of the right and the way in which the right applies. But in the third generation of human rights, there are ambiguities in how they are applied, due to these ambiguities, the existence of these rules in the context of soft law and soft law, for this reason, these human rights instruments are the means to be implemented and It does not require states that violate it to comply. This paper examines the methods and tools that have already been developed to legitimize and enforce human rights law.

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