International Journal of Law


International Journal of Law
International Journal of Law
Vol. 7, Issue 2 (2021)

Justifiability of the second generation human rights: Problems and prospects including Bangladesh perspective


Shilpi Rani Sen

The purpose of this article is to recognize the meaning, nature, justifiability and enforceability of Second Generation Human Rights i.e. Economic, Social & Cultural rights. The state responsibility to implement Economic, Social & Cultural Rights has become critically important for effective claims on society. The proscriptive aspect of economic and social rights postulated in different international instruments and the institutional and supervisory framework set up under those instruments are discussed here in details. The article also explores various aspects of Economic, Social & Cultural rights such as the international instruments dealing with Economic, Social & Cultural rights; the problems and prospects associated with the implementation of Economic, Social & Cultural rights; the persuasive aspect of Economic, Social & Cultural rights how the Economic, Social & Cultural rights can be encouraged and finally relations between Economic, Social & Cultural rights and Periodic Development Goals.
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