عنوان مقاله [English]
The universality of human rights, as an established principle, has already been accepted by all communities. A significant number of rules at the national, regional, and international levels, has been laid down in this regard. However, the interpretation of these rights varies from society to society and views are different on the issue. Moreover, the implementation of rules is more important than their existence. This approach has been somehow accepted by the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran. However, the implementation of the said rights has been faced with obstacles in the country. The purpose of this paper is to show that the implementation and the violation of human right must be analyzed in daily actions and performance of the government and the private sector. Therefore, in this paper, as a case study, the performance of the eleventh government of Islamic Republic of Iran in some areas has been evaluated in order to determine the degree of fulfillment of human rights.