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Age of Human Rights Journal ; - (19):71-91, 2022.
Article in English | Web of Science | ID: covidwho-2204384


The article provides a comprehensive analysis of counteracting human rights violations due to age discrimination in the social and communicative sphere to identify problematic aspects of this discrimination;to study current changes in connection with the pandemic threat and generalize a set of legal guarantees to prevent and counteract inappropriate legal policy in this area. The research is based on a humanistic approach, which determines the individual value criterion of the research methodology and is manifested through the ideology of anthropocentrism;a complementary approach to scientific research and a balanced combination of national and international state-building and law-making principles. A synergistic approach made it possible to analyze the legal anti-discrimination policy in the light of pandemic threats. A comparative legal method was used, which made it possible to summarize the legal requirements of various states, including most countries of the European Union, the United Arab Emirates, Great Britain, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Colombia, on measures to counteract the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. Statistical and information reports of the European Union countries, monitoring of the Equality Representatives of individual countries (Serbia, Lithuania), analytical data, government decisions and practical cases were used. The method of combining theory and practice made it possible to propose a set of measures to overcome age discrimination in modern conditions of nationhood development.

16th IEEE International Conference on Computer Science and Information Technologies, CSIT 2021 ; 2:245-250, 2021.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1702167


Throughout the history of humanity, large-scale epidemics and pandemics have repeatedly erupted. Athenian ulcer, several plague and cholera pandemics, Spanish flu, Avian influenza, Swine influenza, HIV/AIDS-millions of people have died due to lack of medicines and medical knowledge. In the 21st century, it would seem that world medicine is ready and capable of preventing many diseases, but by the beginning of 2020, a new pandemic of the coronavirus disease COVID-19 caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus broke out. The paper provided a brief systematic overview of modeling methods in epidemiology. A modified SEIRD simulation model of epidemic spread is presented. The proposed model was implemented in the AnyLogic system. © 2021 IEEE.