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Azizi A. The Civil Responsibility of the Guardian Organizations in the Field of Maternal Health in the "Youthful Population and Protection of the Family" Legislation Approved in 2021 in the Light of the Components of the Right to Health. jmciri 2024; 42 (1) :39-52
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Faculty of Law, University of Imam Sadiq, Tehran,Iran
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Background: The “Youth Population and Family Protection Law” was approved in our country in 2021; and according to this law, various institutions play a role in ensuring the health of mothers and are responsible for many tasks.
According to this law, any institution or organization that violates or restricts the right of health of mothers and women-due to their failure to perform assigned tasks and duties- will be civilly responsible for it and obliged to compensate for the damage. Also, according to this law, “those who are dissatisfied with the implementation of this law, in addition to compensating for the damages, will be sentenced to imprisonment or a fine.” And therefore, this law clearly indicates the realization of the civil responsibility of the institutions or organizations that, by their actions or omissions, cause the violation or limitation of the health right of women or mothers.In the present article, an effort has been made to examine the approach of the “Youthful Population and Protection of the Family” legislation from the point of view of the civil responsibility of the responsible organizations in the field of mothers and women’s health.
 
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