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At the Faculty of Law held a roundtable discussion "The usefulness of the law on the fourth generation of human rights in Ukraine"

26.11.2013 12:30 All Faculties Law Юридичний факультет Наукове товариство студентів та аспірантів круглий стіл

At the Faculty of Law held a roundtable discussion "The usefulness of the law on the fourth generation of human rights in Ukraine". Organizer of the event - Scientific Community of Students and Postgraduates.

The list of issues to discuss, the meeting included: the right of same sex marriage, cloning, euthanasia, artificial insemination, sex change.
The moderator of the event was Deputy Chairman of the Faculty of Law Scientific Community of Students and Postgraduates Mykyta Zhukov, who opened roundtable meeting, outlined its subject and presented a honorary guests. Thus, the meeting visited associate professor of the Department of History and Theory of State and Law Olexander Ganzenko and senior lecturer of the Department of Constitutional and Labor Law Mykola Martynov. Also in the roundtable discussion took part students of Biological Faculty of ZNU Oksana Gulina, Anastasiya Rybalko and student of the Faculty of Economics and Management of ZNTU Mikail Asatryan.
ongratulated those present at the meeting, Olexander Ganzenko outlined the current state consolidation of fourth-generation human rights legislation of Ukraine. Senior lecturer of the Department of Constitutional and Labor Law Mykola Martynov in his speech focused on the appropriateness of euthanasia consolidation and its passive practice in modern Ukraine.
2nd year student of the Law Faculty Vitaliy Zuev spoke about the right to change the gender and compared the foreign and national experience in this matter.
Students of the Faculty of Biology Oksana Gulina and Anastasiya Rybalko in turn made ​​reports which were the subject of health effects after sex change operations.
Olexander Ganzenko, summarizing the roundtable discussion, said that the fourth generation of human rights is a fairly controversial concept.

Sergiy Tyapkin,
Secretary of Scientific Community of Students and Postgraduates of the Faculty of Law

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