Acta Universitatis Danubius. Juridica, Vol 14, No 2 (2018)

Crime In Urbanization And Real Estate Turnover In Kosovo And Human Rights

Agron Agron Beka

Abstract


The 20th century can be considered as a century where Human Rights began to be recognized as the common values of mankind. This century has witnessed some of the biggest violations of Human Rights. The most highlighted phenomena that violate Human Rights are the various crimes. Specifically, organized crime violates and damages human rights in the political, economic and social spheres. Economic, social and cultural rights are Human Rights which form an integral part of the internationally recognized list of Human Rights. The International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, mandatory for all contracting parties, who has established a control system, consisting of submitting reports on the measures they have taken. However, regardless of the legislation regulated in this area, the international conventions adopted by the UN General Assembly to combat criminality, there is no indication that organized crime is decreased. Thus, this scientific and practical research, in this area, contributes in its combat in general and the criminality in urbanism and turnover of real estate, in particular.


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