Bulgaria does not have a specific legal definition of culture in the context of human rights, even though there are constitutional provisions with elements reflecting what can be called cultural rights such as: the right to equality and equal treatment before the law (Article 6); freedom from discrimination (Article 6, Articles 37-38); freedom of association (Articles 12, 44); freedom of religion (Articles 13, 37); the right to family and child protection (Articles 14, 46-47); freedom of expression (Article 39); the right to information (Article 41); the right to social security and welfare aid (Article 51); the right to education (Article 53); the right to participate in cultural life (Article 54); the right to healthy environment (Article 55).
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Cultural Factors: Rule of law
Disaster Phases: Response
Types of Actors Concerned: Government