Human Rights from the International Relations

Alejandro Anaya Muñoz
Content Type
Special Report
Center for the Opening and Development of Latin America (CADAL)
Human rights are a very important area in contemporary international relations. The doctrine of human rights was concretized after a process of development of more than three centuries after the end of the Second World War and has changed the institutional panorama and the relations between actors at the international level. On the other hand, regardless of its «lack of teeth», the international regime on the subject has transformed the way states relate to international bodies, transnational civil society organizations and other governments.
International Relations, Civil Society, Human Rights, International Political Economy, International Affairs, Norms
Political Geography
Global Focus