The Role of the Legal Global Government in the Enforcement of the Human Rights Law

  • Amal Omar Abdul Razzaq University of Jordan
  • Mohamad Mahdi Saleh University of Jordan


This century dominated by the human rights violations on the national and global scale, the global community bleeds the blood from all angles. Hence this article aims to shed the light on the urgent need to find a solution for the international human rights law to be enforcement in order to protect human rights worldwide, and organize the international relations between world’s states on the human rights protecting base. On the basis of the study’s finding, the article concluded that the current global system failed to protect human rights globally, based on the atrocities committed against the human rights currently. The human rights violations constantly increased, although the international human rights protection advocates. The current global system doesn’t have the enough capacity to enforce human rights law, and the proposed global governance couldn’t prevent human rights violations totally worldwide. Thus this article recommended establishing a legal global government on the social contract basis, which was the basis of the governments and national order establishment, then the basis of the states and international order establishment. This legal global government based on legal binding laws, compulsory membership by all sovereign states, global legitimacy built upon all the world’s states approved, and depends on a punishment system in regards human rights violations, and the sufficient legal jurisdictions to prevent such violations, this legal validity what will give the key to achieve the international human rights law enforcement.


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Abdul Razzaq, A. O., & Saleh, M. M. (2016). The Role of the Legal Global Government in the Enforcement of the Human Rights Law. European Scientific Journal, ESJ, 12(10).