The Territory of Government Interference with the Right to Reproduction in the Context of International Human Rights
Abstract in English
With the passage of time, technological progress and population growth people have learned that they could prevent thousands of infants who are born unwanted annually; parents may never want their children have the same future as them.
On the other hand, governments are also worried about declining population rate because this reduction have effects on a country so it will be ruined if this trend continues.
The world’s population policy is very clear and important. “Klaus layzynger” a Swiss renowned sociologist and economist wrote an article entitled population policy as development policy: “the purpose of a population policy is not only increase or decrease in number of people but also improvement in the quality of people’s life in considered society individuals”.
Different countries in the world have adopted various policies to regulate the population.
Reproductive rights in Iran published in 1968s Tehran declaration for the first time which was promulgated as a subset of human rights. According to this, parents have a fundamental right to choose the number of their children, children’s age difference, and the right of education and also have enough information on this matter freely and responsibly.
Statements and other programs adopted in other cities around the world including strategic plan at the 1994 population and development Cairo international conference. This strategic independent plan affirmed that the government has a responsibility to eliminate the needs of reproductive not only the population goals and recommended that family planning services should be provided in the field of reproductive health services.
We will discuss the regulation of population from the perspective of human rights.
Date: Shahrivar 1395
Author: Atena Akbari
My Positions: supervisor