ACTIVITIES OF INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS IN THE DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF UNIVERSAL BIOETHICAL PRINCIPLES IN HEALTH

Keywords: bioethical principles, UNESCO, WHO, healthcare, law

Abstract

Bioethical principles are considered in the prism of the UNESCO Universal Declaration on Bioethics and Human rights in the paper. Analyzing the modern activities of global organizations, the author comes to the conclusion about the internationalization of principles as a tool in shaping the activities of international structures such as UNESCO, the EU, etc. Considering the similarities and differences in profile structures, the author comes to the conclusion about the significance of the universal bioethical principles of UNESCO from the point of view of unification of health care systems around the world.

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Published
2022-04-15
How to Cite
Jafarova, L. (2022). ACTIVITIES OF INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS IN THE DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF UNIVERSAL BIOETHICAL PRINCIPLES IN HEALTH. Medicne Pravo, (1(29), 19-25. https://doi.org/10.25040/medicallaw2022.01.019
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