Akademia Nauk Stosowanych
im. Alcide De Gasperi
The subject of the publication focuses on human rights assigned to different generations, but all revolve around the topics of technological development, sustainability, digitization and the place of man in this changing world. The authors present issues related to first generation rights, such as: the right to a court, the right to integrity, freedom of conscience or religion; second generation rights: guaranteeing the rights of vulnerable groups, e.g. the elderly, the disabled, or even women on the labor market, social rights; third generation rights, in particular the right to live in a clean environment, which is supported by the principle of sustainable development, which should be implemented in various areas of life (public procurement, energy market). The monograph emphasizes in particular that civilization changes related to the progressive digitization of processes and services (such as telemedicine) cannot be implemented forgetting about disadvantaged groups, i.e. relevant authorities must ensure social inclusion mechanisms. The authors draw attention to social responsibility, which no longer results only from legal regulations, but from our duty to another human being resulting from humanity. The society must become inclusive, so that exclusion of disadvantaged groups and individuals are removed.
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