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HUMAN RIGHTS AND FUNDAMENTAL FREEDOMS IN THE CONSTITUTION OF THE REPUBLIC OF CROATIA

David Karaban
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TitleLjudska prava i temeljne slobode u Ustavu Republike Hrvatske
AuthorDavid Karaban
Mentor(s)Nado Grubić (thesis advisor)
AbstractLjudska prava i temeljne slobode predstavljaju moralni i pravni okvir za dostojanstven život svakog pojedinca. Ta su prava i slobode urođene ljudskim bićima te se stoga nazivaju i prirodnim pravima. Korijeni razvoja doktrine o ljudskim pravima sežu u doba antike, a osobit razvoj ovog pravnog područja zabilježen je nakon Drugog svjetskog rata. Dakle, ratne strahote ponukale su čovječanstvo na potrebu zaštite ljudskih prava na međunarodnoj razini te danas Opća deklaracija o ljudskim pravima donesena 1948. predstavlja okvir za razvoj ustavnog prava na nacionalnoj razini. Ljudska prava i temeljne slobode u Ustavu RH obrađuju se u poglavlju 3, a podijeljena su na osobne i političke slobode ili prava prve generacije te gospodarska, socijalna i kulturna prava ili prava druge generacije. Čl. 70. Ustava RH govori o pravu na zdrav okoliš čime se najavljuje širenje opsega ljudskih prava i na prava treće generacije
Keywordshuman rights freedoms Constitution of the Republic of Croatia
Parallel title (English)HUMAN RIGHTS AND FUNDAMENTAL FREEDOMS IN THE CONSTITUTION OF THE REPUBLIC OF CROATIA
Committee MembersIvan Rančić
Ljubo Runjić
Nado Grubić
GranterVeleučilište u Šibeniku
Lower level organizational unitsUprava
PlaceŠibenik
StateCroatia
Scientific field, discipline, subdisciplineSOCIAL SCIENCES
Law
Constitutional Law
Study programme typeprofessional
Study levelundergraduate
Study programmeUndergraduate study of Administrative Law
Academic title abbreviationbacc.admin.publ.
Genreundergraduate thesis
Language Croatian
Defense date2015-11-26
Parallel abstract (English)Human rights and fundamental freedoms are the moral and legal framework for a dignified life of every individual. These rights and freedoms are inherent to human beings and therefore called natural rights. The roots of the human rights doctrine date back to ancient times. Remarkable development of this legal area was recorded after World War II. So, the horrors of war have raised awareness of the need of protection of human rights at the international level. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted in 1948. and it provides an international framework for the development of constitutional law at the national level. Human rights and fundamental freedoms are elaborated in Chapter 3 of the Constitution of the Republic of Croatia, and are divided into: personal and political freedoms, i.e. rights of the first generation and the economic, social and cultural rights, i.e. rights of another generation. Art. 70. of the Constitution recognizes the right to a healthy environment which announces the expansion of the scope of human rights of the third generation in the Constitution of Republic of Croatia.
Parallel keywords (Croatian)ljudska prava slobode Ustav RH
Resource typetext
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Terms of usehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/hr/
URN:NBNhttps://urn.nsk.hr/urn:nbn:hr:143:675152
CommitterNives Paškov Milošević