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Solidarity Rights, formally, introduced by Karel Vasak as new human rights in 1979. He suggested that these rights, based on the fraternity and solidarity, are vehicles for reforming international relations especially for moralization, socialization and humanization of international law.
This article studies theoretical basis of solidarity rights and will discuss whether the approach of 'generations of rights' can contribute to the protection of human rights in general. To this end, the paper, firstly, considers the differences between main concepts for labeling these rights such as “third generation rights”, (Part I) and then, elaborates on seven theoretical justifications of these rights (Part II).