Constitutionalisation of Social Human Rights – necessity or luxury?
Keywords: 
Human Rights
Neoconstitucionalism
Fundamental rights
Social rights
Constitutionalisation
Issue Date: 
2012
Publisher: 
Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Navarra
ISSN: 
0211-4526
Citation: 
Banaszak, B. (2012). ""Constitutionalisation of Social Human Rights – necessity or luxury?"", Persona y Derecho, 66, 17-28
Abstract
In this article will argue that the weak point of constitutional provisions concerning economic, social and cultural freedoms and rights is delegating the competences of detailed regulation in most cases to the ordinary legislator, at the same time failing to determine the guidelines and framework of its legislative activity. Moreover, some of the regulations concerning social rights are defined by the so-called guideline norms determining in a general way the aims and directions of the state’s activity in various areas.

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