DIALOGUE BETWEEN HUMAN RIGHTS AND CONSUMER RIGHTS. A FIRST STEP TOWARDS THE "PRIVATIZATION" OF HUMAN RIGHTS LAW

  • Jose Sahian Tucuman National University - Argentina

Abstract

The extrapolation of standards from conventional human rights systems - based on the principles of progressivity, complementarity and cross-protection of rights - should be taken into account in the defense of consumers' interests. To do this, we must think in dogmatic basis for the application of human rights principles to consumers. This work gives an account of some arguments in that sense. These allegations constitute our scientific contribution. A new, more "privatized" vision of human rights law contributes to the latter, which not only focuses on state non-compliance with citizens' rights, but also on the transgressions of companies against consumers and users.

Published
2024-05-27
How to Cite
Sahian, J. (2024). DIALOGUE BETWEEN HUMAN RIGHTS AND CONSUMER RIGHTS. A FIRST STEP TOWARDS THE "PRIVATIZATION" OF HUMAN RIGHTS LAW. HUMANITIES AND RIGHTS GLOBAL NETWORK JOURNAL, 5(3). https://doi.org/10.24861/2675-1038.v5i3.120
Section
Dossier: Human Rights and Market Regulation. Special Editor: Martina Rojo