Modern International Legal Approaches to the Implementation of Human Rights to Information

Nugmanov Nugman Abdullaevich

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This article discusses the formation of human rights in the field of information as the logical consequence of the development of international human rights law and international information law, namely conceptual analysis of concepts of international legal approaches to the human right to information. Necessity of provision of a guaranteed free access of people to information, dissemination and exchange within the institutions of international and national law. The author concludes that the interrelated system of universally recognized rights and freedoms develops in the information sphere in contemporary international law.


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