On The Role of Modern Doctrines on Human Rights (International Legal Examination)
Adel Abdullin1, Ainur Gilmullin2, Lenara Klimovskaya3, Vagip Abdrashitov4

1Adel Abdullin, Kazan Federal University
2Ainur Gilmullin, Kazan Federal University
3Lenara Klimovskaya, Kazan Federal University
4Vagip Abdrashitov, Volgograd State University, Institute of law

Manuscript received on October 12, 2019. | Revised Manuscript received on 22 October, 2019. | Manuscript published on November 10, 2019. | PP: 5155-5158 | Volume-9 Issue-1, November 2019. | Retrieval Number: A9219119119/2019©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijitee.A9219.119119
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Abstract: The modern doctrines on human rights, which are proposed to be considered in the context of their implementation in international legal practice, are the subject of theoretical and legal analysis in the paper. It is noted that human rights have come a long way in their formation, design and subsequent genesis, and they have finally formed by the end of the last century, and it seems that now all the necessary conditions have been created for their philosophical, legal, axiological analysis and relevant rational consideration of human rights. The advantages of international law in the field of human rights are listed; namely, it is noted that international human rights standards are universal in nature and are binding based on which states are obliged to ensure a minimum standard of those rights and freedoms that are enshrined in international acts, There are listed in the paper advantages of international legal regulation regarding human rights and freedoms, such as the supranational, mandatory and imperative nature of international acts; guarantees of protection and the possibility of restoring violated rights and freedoms of citizens; a man-centred approach in resolving disputes and conflicts arising in international practice. The role of international bodies such as the International Criminal Court, the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea, the Court of the European Union, the European Court of Human Rights, the International Tribunals for Rwanda and the Former Yugoslavia, and the Special Court for Sierra Leone, is emphasized. Particular attention is paid to the principle of presumption of innocence, which has fundamental and quintessential characteristics in the field of human rights.
Keywords: Doctrine, Human Rights, International Law, the Principle of the Presumption of Innocence, Priorities, Rights and Freedoms, Judicial Practice.
Scope of the Article: Social Sciences