Basic Classification of Human Rights

Human Rights

What are human rights? Human rights are basic entitlements that belong to each one of us, regardless of our background, where we live, what we look like, what we think or what are our beliefs. Human rights set the foundation of strong, healthy communities where everyone can participate and be included. Based on the values of freedom, equality, respect and […]

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Protecting Rights of Farmers

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Agriculture plays an important role in contributing to social, economic and environmental sustainability. The agriculture sector is the strength of an economy which provides basic ingredients to mankind, raw material for industrialisation and in goods for export and other purposes. Farmers’ rights are essential for the maintenance of crop genetic diversity, which is the basis of all food and agricultural […]

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Can Workers Rights be Compared to Human Rights?

Worker's Rights

We all spend a large portion of our lives working. That implies worker rights, for example, opportunity of affiliation, the right to oppose, the restriction of subjugation, bondage, constrained and mandatory work, and the right to reasonable working conditions, are crucial. At the point when bosses approach their employees with deference, the working environment can be a place of self-satisfaction. […]

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Human Rights for Cleaners

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Human rights for cleaners is a rarely discussed subject, simply because the problems barely surface to attention. A cleaner works fixed hours in a residential and commercial setting after which the working environment is not subjected to scrutiny. This is repeated time after time with the cleaners themselves keeping silent on the working conditions for obvious reasons – mainly to […]

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The Relevance of Human Rights Principles

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The current human rights period ensued from a dark phase where activists across the globe struggled  to end servitude, genocide, bigotry, and government repression. Barbarities amid World War II clarified that the past endeavours to safeguard human rights from government infringement were limited and certainly not enough. In this way, Universal Declaration of Human Rights was conceived as a component […]

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