El derecho del desarrollo como base para la construcción del derecho al desarrollo. Del primer decenio de las Naciones Unidas para el desarrollo (1960) a la declaración de las Naciones Unidas para el Desarrollo (1986)

Translated title of the contribution: The law of development as a base for the construction of a right to development: From the First United Nations Decade of Development (1960) to the United Nations Declaration of Development (1986)

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Abstract

This article seeks to contribute to the understanding of development as a human right. In that sense it presents the context in which discussions and planning with regard to development have been initiated within the heart of the United Nations and International law by means of the construction of a right to development. This is being formalized through the creation of instruments and institutions that have contributed —with greater or lesser success— in the formation of a right to development that has prompted the construction of a
concept that permits it to be considered as a true human right. It takes as chronological references two important moments in the formation of the right to development as it has been conceived. It takes as the first of these the Declaration of the First Decade for Development. This evolved into the intervention in the 1980’s by which the international law of human rights proposed the right to development as a human right.
Translated title of the contributionThe law of development as a base for the construction of a right to development: From the First United Nations Decade of Development (1960) to the United Nations Declaration of Development (1986)
Original languageSpanish
Pages (from-to)235 - 272
Number of pages37
JournalInternational Law
Issue number9
StatePublished - May 2007

Concepts

  • Concept
  • Right to development
  • Law of development
  • International law of human rights
  • New international economic order

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