1 ‘We the Peoples of the United Nations …’, so begins the preamble of the United Nations Charter (‘UN Charter’). Today the term is mainly used in the context of self-determination and for other human rights, such as the right to development, that are often called solidarity rights (Development, Right to, International Protection; Solidarity Rights [Development, Peace, Environment, Humanitarian Assistance]). The term is repeated in the UN Charter, such as in Art. 1 (2) on the ‘respect for the principle of equal rights and self-determination of peoples’ among the...
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