Primjena UN doktrine „Odgovornost za pružanje zaštite“ i zločini nad Rohinja narodom u Mijanmaru / Implementation of UN Doctrine “Responsibility to Protect” and Crimes Commited Against Rohingy People in Myanmar
Keywords:human rights, responsibility to provide protection, humanitarian interventions, crimes against humanity, Myanmar, genocide, Rohingya
After the serious shortcomings of the mechanism of the UN system of response to frequent cases of serious threats and survival of human groups were identified at the end of the 20th century, the report “Responsibility to Provide Protection” was submitted in 2001 and incorporated into the UN system in order to improve the mechanism for responding to these threats. At the beginning of the 21st century, the Rohingya people of Myanmar faced systematic denial of basic human rights and decades of crime. The paper presents the attitude of the international community towards the denial of basic human rights and crimes against the Rohingya community in Myanmar. The elaboration of the mentioned relationship was made following the principle of the doctrine of responsibility for providing protection. We found that the international community did not apply the principles of responsibility for protection and did not take the necessary measures to protect and restore the basic human rights of the Rohingya, although there were reliable indications that crimes against humanity and other crimes had been committed against them for decades.
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