Theoretical and legal aspects of the prevention of socially significant diseases
AbstractThe article considers political, legal, socio-economic, environmental, social factors affecting the pro- vision of human rights for a decent life, which is the main mechanism for preventing socially significant diseases, also the main problems of the current legislation of the Republic of Kazakhstan and its correla- tion with international legal norms are outlined.
An analysis of scientific approaches to the concept of «the right to a decent life» was conducted to achieve the goal and objectives, basic criteria for a decent life such as the quality and standard of living of a person were determined, the content of each of them was disclosed. Some recommendations are given on the transformation of the norms of international law and international practice in the field of ensuring the right to a decent life in the national legislation and policy of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
The authors conclude that the main goal in the form of ensuring a decent standard of living and improving the quality of life mechanism for preventing socially significant diseases, especially in the conditions of the current global financial crisis, the problem of realizing the right to a decent life is a complex problem that must be solved jointly by all government bodies responsible for well-being and health person in Kazakhstan.
Key words: the right to a decent life, the state, the quality of life, the standard of living, human and citizen rights, socially significant diseases.
How to Cite
ӨМІРЖАНОВ, Е.; АРЫН, А.; МАУЛЕН, А.. Theoretical and legal aspects of the prevention of socially significant diseases. International Relations and International Law Journal, [S.l.], v. 83, n. 3, p. 48-60, oct. 2018. ISSN 1563-0285. Available at: <http://bulletin-ir-law.kaznu.kz/index.php/1-mo/article/view/809>. Date accessed: 22 jan. 2019.
Issues of international and domestic law