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This article argues that international human rights law has made a positive contribution to the realization of human rights in much of the world. Therefore, the aim of this study were investigate the challenges of women's rights in international instruments and its role on stability and family law. Simmons argues that international human rights law should get more practical and rhetorical support from the international community as a supplement to broader efforts to address conflict, development, and democratization. By several measures, civil and political rights, women’s rights, the right not to be tortured in government detention, and children’s rights improve, especially in the very large, heterogeneous set of countries that are neither stable autocracies nor stable democracies. Yet health and human rights are both powerful, modern approaches to defining and advancing human well-being. Attention to the intersection of health and human rights may provide practical benefits to those engaged in health or human rights work, may help reorient thinking about major global health challenges, and may contribute to broadening human rights thinking and practice. However, meaningful dialogue about interactions between health and human rights requires a common ground.
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Author(s): Kouresh Karim Zadeh and Sadigheh Habibi
Challenges, Women's rights, International instruments, Stability