Anthropology And Human Rights: Relationship Between Anthropology And Human Rights

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Submitted To:Mr. Waqas Saleem

Submitted By: Yasmeen Sana

Department of Anthropology

Quaid-i-Azam University

Islamabad-Pakistan Date: 27th April 2015

Table of Contents
Introduction 3 What is Anthropology? 3
. Human rights: 4
Relationship between Anthropology and Human rights: 4
There are the followings rights for human beings such as: 5
The human rights in Pakistan point of view : 6
. Human rights as view from Gilgit baltistan: 7
Gilgilt Baltistan: 7 Human Rights in Gilgit Baltistan: 7
Violence against woman 7
Force marriages in Gilgit Baltistan: 7
Gender discrimination: 8
Sexual abuse: 8
Child labour: 8
Early year marriage of girls:- 8
Conclusion:- 9
Bibliography 9

Question NO#1: Anthropology and Human Rights, a view from your area.

 Introduction
1. What is Anthropology?
Anthropology can be defined as the study of humanity. In anthropology we study the mankind or to understand the people as they understand themselves. Anthropology is holistic it is a holism; it is the study of whole of human condition e.g. past, present, future, biology, language and culture. Anthropology is divided into different sub-filed such as physical and biological anthropology, cultural or social anthropology, linguistic and archaeological anthropology. The fields work on different technologies. Human being has their own

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