Author(s): Aisulu Sabyr, Gaukhar Rustemova, Aliya Koshkinbayeva, Kairat Bitemirov, Aigul Bizhanova, Alimardin Medetov, Aizhan Skakova, Larissa Kussainova
This paper deals with the issue of effectiveness conventions and covenants as well as global goals that aim to achieve justice at international and national levels. The first part begins with a theoretical review of literature on how justice is defined by different scholars. The second parts present information and provide analysis regarding adopted international conventions, covenants, MDGs and SDGs goals that aim to promote the principles of justice. The analysis of effectiveness is based on to what extent countries actually meet and achieve their international commitments declared in United Nation conventions, covenants, and Millennium and Sustainable Development Programmes.