• Tudor Tanasescu "Bioterra" University from Bucharest, Romania


"International Charter of human rights" is generic name under which shall meet themain international instruments relating to human rights, namely: Universal Declaration ofHuman Rights, the International Pact on civil and political rights, the International Pact oneconomic, social and cultural rights and the two optional Protocols at International Pact oncivil and political rights. Documents forming "The Charter of International human rights"have represented international instruments which have been triggered an active process inthe evolution of legal instruments and mechanisms consecrating and protection of the humanbeing in universal and regional plan.In this way at the international relations the man is now a supreme value to beprotected and promoted.

Author Biography

Tudor Tanasescu, "Bioterra" University from Bucharest, Romania
Faculty of Law


1. Raluca Beşteliu Miga and collab. International protection of human rights, Course
notes, Universul Juridic Publishing House, Bucharest, 2008
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Publishing House, Bucharest, 2003
4. Tudor Tanasescu, International protection of human rights. University course, Sitech
Publishing House, Craiova, 2013
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revised and added, Sitech Publishing House, Craiova, 2013
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How to Cite
TANASESCU, Tudor. CONSIDERATIONS ON THE "INTERNATIONAL CHARTER OF HUMAN RIGHTS". AGORA INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF JURIDICAL SCIENCES, [S.l.], v. 8, n. 2, p. 72-76, june 2014. ISSN 2067-7677. Available at: <>. Date accessed: 27 sep. 2020. doi:


charter, consecration, protection, human rights, non-discrimination