Mandatory of Public International Law of its Other Persons (International Organizations & Human Rights)

Assistant Lecturer. Basil Ali Abbas ,Assistant lecturer. Ali Nadhim Salman
Keywords: International Organizations; human rights; Jus Cogens; international law. ,


Studying the relationship between international organization and human rights is a complex task, due to the specialization of international organizations that could be far from human rights conventions interest on one hand, or lacking of international organization’s consent on the other hand. The subject of respecting human rights has become an important goal for all international law persons that states and international organizations seek to reach by many different means like entering international human rights convention and applying them over their policies. However, the situation with international organizations is slightly different with international organizations that are specialized with limited issues that might be far away from human rights while its charter limits their power to make conventions that are not related to their purpose. The point start for this paper will be, human rights are connected and mixed to the limit of being no person of international law could be far from it while international organizations have a privacy as an independent body that does not obey anything unless they clearly consent to commit itself with accordance to its charter. This paper focuses on the possibility to mandate the international organizations by international human rights in two ways, firstly, the direct way that discuss human rights as a Jus Congns and must be obeyed by all international persons, secondly, the indirect way that mandates the international organizations though its members.