Just because they are here means that it is of view to mankind. The considerations that lead to view the nature has intrinsic value are based on value. Firstly, the organism is good just because they have value. This is also true for species populations and communities of life. Ethically, man should have respect for the environment as it has inherent worth and value.
Human Rights What are Human Rights? Human Rights are commonly understood as being those rights which are inherent to the human being. The concept of human rights acknowledges that every single human being is entitled to enjoy his or her human rights without distinction as to race, color, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status. Human rights are legally guaranteed by human rights law, protecting individuals and groups against actions which interfere with fundamental freedom and human dignity. They are expressed in treaties, customary international law, bodies of principles and other sources of law.
• Civil liberty are citizen’s freedom to exercise customary rights such as freedom of speech without government interference. • In U.S. this right are guaranteed by the laws of the country commonly known as the Bill of Rights. • For instance the government in U.S cannot interfere in an individuals freedom of worship or freedom of speech. • Civil liberties are rooted in the Bills of Rights which limits the power of the government. • Civil liberty are established for the good of the community.
Culture is what ignites what can be defined as good or bad, what is immoral or moral in a society. These views of normal actions and abnormal actions differ from culture to culture. Cultural relativism is therefore considered verification that these societies vary in their moral codes, standards, and laws of society. It is considered that morality is dependent on a culture. which brings forth the idea that since there are diverse cultures there is also diversification in what is considered right or wrong in every society, mainly to events and
The current imbalance due to the information the government has on us and the lack of information we receive from the government must be mended and this right will do just that. It's a right that must be built upon and expanded because of the recent growth in distribution and creation of information and data. Many countries have updated or interpreted their constitutions to support the right to access official information. So as this right is coming to attention internationally it has its place on the home front in the United States. Our freedoms must be protected and this right gives us the freedom that we deserve to be a part of this system and to have a say in our governance.
Article 2 of the said Convention ensures that indigenous peoples are equal to all other peoples. They have the right of existence, of living free of discrimination under international law. Hence, there is no scope to ignore international obligation by saying that there is no protection of indigenous people rights. International laws provide indigenous peoples rights protection both explicitly and implicitly under various international treaties and declarations. Consequently, Indonesia as a member of the international community has the obligation to respect, protect and fulfill the human rights of the indigenous
Free of supernaturalism, it recognizes human beings as a part of nature and holds that values-be they religious, ethical, social, or political-have their source in human experience and culture. Humanism thus derives the goals of life from human need and interest rather than from theological or ideological abstractions, and asserts that humanity must take responsibility for its own destiny. Humans deserve respect. Every human should be treated with respect and allowed to have dignity. If all people act with respect for others, then people will live in peace and trust.
Human dignity, equality, freedom to live without harassment and intimidation, social harmony, mutual respect, and protection of one’s good name and honor are also central to the good life and deserve to be safeguarded. Because these values conflict, either inherently or in particular contexts, they need to be balanced.” Even in our democracies, where free speech is claimed every day by million of people as a complete right to express their opinion, as hurtful as it could be, intellectual pluralism should not belong there. Democracies are created for people’s regulation, satisfaction (« government (...) for the people ») and happiness (proved by the interest created by the notion of Gross National Happiness, which could measure it), and letting everyone express their hate or harm someone orally could attack this idea of happiness promoted by many governments. As a consequence, the Secretary General of the United Nations write a « Model Law Against Racial Discrimination » which restricts the freedom of opinion, expression, and peaceful assembly: « it shall be an offense to threaten, insult, ridicule or otherwise abuse a person or group of persons with words or behavior which may be interpreted as an attempt to cause racial discrimination or racial hatred »; « it shall be an offense to defame an individual or group of individuals on racial grounds. Organizations which
Such laws implemented in many countries are to preserve the well-being and freedom for each individual to ensure that peace and justice be maintained so no one should have unfair treatment or face discrimination to their own beliefs. The governing of an individual’s human right was created to instill equality for every individual as best as possible, bearing in mind the importance of a unified and peaceful community. With that being said, every individual should be entitled to equal human rights that allows he or she to practice their own set of beliefs and have that freedom of thought and expression. This comes from the United Nations Universal Declaration Articles 18 whereby stating the Freedom of Thoughts & Article 19 stating the Freedom of Expression. In essence, these articles stand to affirm an individual 's freedom to have their sets of beliefs and also to make choices based on what they say and