International Debatable Issues (2017)

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Debatable issues of international legal personality of individuals, legal entities and international non-governmental organizations (2017)


Introduction 3
1. Issues of legal personality of individuals 6
2. Legal entities as subjects of international law 13
3. The status of international non-governmental organizations in international law 16
Conclusion 31
References used 34



1. Vienna Convention on the Law of International Treaties (Vienna, May 23, 1969) // Vedomosti Supreme Soviet of the USSR. 1986. No. 37. Art. 772.
2. European Convention on the recognition of legal entities of international non-governmental organizations (Strasbourg, April 24, 1986) [Electronic resource]. URL: (the date of the appeal: 10.22.2017).
3. ILO Declaration "On Social Justice for a Fair Globalization (adopted by the International Labor Conference at its 97th Session, Geneva, June 10, 2008) [Electronic resource]. URL: mot-o-socialnoy-spravedlivosti-v-celyah-spravedlivoy-globalizacii.html. (appeal date: 10.22.2017).
4. Charter of the United Nations (San Francisco, June 26, 1945) [Electronic resource]. URL: (the date of the appeal: 10.22.2017).
5. ECOSOC Resolution 1996/31 (49th plenary meeting, 25 July 1996) [Electronic resource]. URL: (the date of the appeal: 10.23.2017).
6. The World Bank operational directive “On the involvement of non-governmental organizations in the activities supported by the Bank” (OD 14.70 August 1989) // Special protective provisions of the World Bank [Electronic resource]. URL: (the date of the appeal: 10.24.2017).
7. The World Bank´s Operational Guidelines “On Involving Non-Governmental Organizations in Activities Supported by the Bank” (GP 14.70, February 2000). [Electronic resource]. URL: (the date of the appeal: 10.25.2017).
8. Law of the Republic of Azerbaijan "On non-governmental organizations (public associations and foundations)" of June 13, 2000 [Electronic resource]. URL: (the date of the appeal: 10.26.2017).

Special literature

9. Bekyasheva K.A. International public law. M .: Prospectus, 2009. 1008 p.
10. Gvozdetsky D. Advisory Opinion of the International Court of Justice (1949) - an important stage in the formation of the institution of diplomatic protection of international organizations // Law and Law. 2008. № 3. S. 40-48.
11. Gulasaryan A. S. The problem of recognition of an individual as a subject of international law. // Lex Russica. 2010. No. 5. P. 1107 - 1109.
12. Dzhantaev Kh. M. On the question of the imaginary identity of the status of TNCs and NGOs in international law. // Eurasian Law Journal. 2014. № 1. P. 30 - 32.
13. Ignatenko G.V., Tiunova O.I. International law. M .: Norma, Infra-M, 2013. 624 p.
14. Kabanov V. L. Issues of protection of the rights of indigenous children under international law. // Eurasian Law Journal. 2016. No. 7. P. 91 - 94.
15. Lukashuk I.I. International law. The special part. M .: Volters Kluver, 2005. 544 p.
16. Milner B.Z. Organization Theory. M .: Norma, Infra-M, 2012. 480 p.
17. Khutaba, V.V., Interaction and Implementation of the International Legal Principles of Equality and Self-Determination of Peoples and the Territorial Integrity of States: author. dis. ... Cand. legal sciences. M., 2011. 25 p.
18. Chepurnova N.M. International law. M .: EAOI, 2008. 296 p.

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