Human Rights and Freedoms: Ensuring a Balance of Public Interests


  • Lyudmila FOKINA Russian Biotechnological University, Moscow, Russian Federation
  • Iurii PUTRIK Likhachev Russian Research Institute for Cultural and Natural Heritage, Moscow, Russian Federation
  • Rimma LIVANOVA Russian State Agrarian University - Moscow Timiryazev Agricultural Academy, Moscow, Russian Federation
  • Nataliya DROBYSHEVA Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation, Moscow, Russian Federation
  • Polina ROSTOVTSEVA Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation, Moscow, Russian Federation
  • Ekaterina AGAMIROVA Moscow City University, Moscow, Russian Federation



rights, freedoms, inequality, powers, relations, feature, principle, activity


The article considers human rights and freedoms in the context of ensuring the balance of public interests. The nature of law, its goals, functions, and mechanisms for implementing and influencing the actors of public life have been topical issues of the theory and practice of regulating public relations and ensuring the stability of a state-organized society. Law is not a natural but rather a social phenomenon. It reflects socio-economic conditions of society and its spiritual culture. It is transformed into a legal reality through the worldview of social actors and its acceptance as a social value that realizes the goals of life. The stability and balance of social relations include the consolidated interests of society members, their culture, and the well-being of the people. Ensuring the balance of public interests requires observance of the principles of law. Administrative-legal relations arise in a special sphere of public life in connection with the implementation of executive and administrative activities by management bodies and officials. Under these conditions, the main features of administrative-legal relations that distinguish them from other public relations are the administrative powers of official administrative bodies and the imperative method which implies the inequality of participants in public relations.


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How to Cite

FOKINA, L., PUTRIK, I., LIVANOVA, R., DROBYSHEVA, N., ROSTOVTSEVA, P., & AGAMIROVA, E. (2023). Human Rights and Freedoms: Ensuring a Balance of Public Interests. WISDOM, 26(2), 198–211.




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