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Bidar Z, Ghasemi G. Role of NGOs in Developing the Right of Health. MLJ 2020; 14 (52) :7-26
URL: http://ijmedicallaw.ir/article-1-964-en.html
1- Qom University, Law Department, Qom, Iran. (Corresponding author)
2- Qom University, Law Department, Qom, Iran
With the advent of the concept of good governance, the non-governmental organizations, which are part of the civil society, appeared as one of the non-governmental actors in the realm of governance. The inability of governments to carry out their assignments as well as the basic rights of individuals and the tendency to curtail governments’ role made these organizations act as a state aid force in three areas of legislative, executive and judicial affairs. The purpose of this research is "To study the role of NGOs in developing the right of health in Iran." The results of this research, which is based on the library method referring to books, articles and legal texts, show that there are obstacles to NGOs participation in the field of health right, most notably the lack of a culture of participation among the people to activate and strengthen the NGOs force, and the lack of specific legal guidelines on how to use and use potential. It requires the training of government and trustees to create a culture of community participation and to develop laws and regulations to anticipate specific enforcement mechanisms for the capacity utilization of these institutions.

Please cite this article as: Bidar Z, Ghasemi G. Role of NGOs in Developing the Right of Health. Iran J Med Law 2020; 14(52): 7-26.
Type of Study: Original Article |
Received: 2018/05/4 | Accepted: 2019/09/16

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