Human Rights

Human Rights

Published on 1 July 2020

Definition and evaluation of human rights

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Human Rights
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The Rights relating to life, liberty,equality and dignity of the individual guaranteed by the constitution or embodied in the international covenants and enforceable by courts in India.
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characteristics of Human Rights 
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Belong to Human beings  
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Guaranteed by international standards 
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Legally protected
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focus on the dignity of the human beings
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Inalienable 
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Inherent
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universal
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Interdependent and Interrelated
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Dynamic
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History of the Concept of the Human Right
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Cyrus cylinder  (539 B.C)
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Magna Carta  (1215)
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Petition of Right  (1628)
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English bill of Rights  (1688) 
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American declaration of Independence  (1770)
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French declaration of Rights  (1789)
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Universal Declaration of Human Rights  (1948)
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International conants Of Human Rights  (1966)
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American Bill Of Rights  (1789) 
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Families of Human Rights
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Security Rights : These rights protect people against crimes such as murder,massacre,torture and rape 
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Process Rights : That protect against abuse of the legal system such as imprisonment without trial and excessive punishment.
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liberty Rights : It talks about freedoms in areas suchas belief,expression,association, assembly and movement
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Political Rights : It protects the liberty of participatein politics through actions such as communicating,assembling,protesting,voting and serving in public office
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Equality Rights : These rights guarantee equal citizenship,equality before the law and non-discrimination 
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Social (or welfare) Rights : These rights make provisions for education to all children and protections against severe poverty and starvation.
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