The International Proclamation have thus for left dignity undefined and many legal commentators cite it as a ‘reason’ but are ambiguous about its application. We live in a word in which the idea of human dignity is everywhere invoked and everywhere contested. As a matter of constitutional practice and the basis of legal / judicial decisions, in the decades since the end of world war-II , human dignity has emerged as the organizing idea of the ground breaking paradigm in the public law. In jurisdiction around the world including India, human dignity is invoked as a right or value that imposes an overarching obligation on all public authorities , as the underlying basis of the constitutional rights, as an interpretive principal for determine the protections that particular constitutional rights afford, as a constraint on the kind of
It is believed that domestic workers do not need any special skills and that is the main reason that they are exploited by their employer. They are not provided with enough food and they are paid so low that they can hardly buy proper clothes for them. 3. SEX workers- Being a sensible topic, people usually ignore this group of workers. Sexually transmitted disease such as AIDS is causing concern and anxiety in many countries.
This is attributed to the fact that cultures first and foremost need human rights to even exist. In the contemporary world, cultures need freedom of religion, tolerance, and freedom of association and assembly in order to survive. This means that
subject of any reservations whatsoever since these would be inconsistent with the aim and purpose of Protocol I and undermine its basis”. Chapter 3: International Human Rights Law International human Rights law is set of law which is International legal Framework to protect rights of humans and to promote human rights on regional, civil and domestic level. Concept of human rights, entitles every human being to have hisher basic human rights without any discrimination on the basis of political or religious affiliation, race, sex, nationality, language or any other characteristic. This domain of law is widely accepted and practiced in almost whole world. States have acknowledged the need and significance of Human Rights from the past examples of World wars when Human were tortured, humiliated, and brutally treated.
let’s end the sweatshops Sweatshop, or sweat-factory is a negative but alarming term for a workplace that has socially unbearable working conditions. Sweatshop pricks the bubble that workers are hired or forced to work for long hours with poor pay. Work can be dangerous there and violence can be used by people in leadership. No access to entertainment provided in the workplace is another factor that brings no joey to workers when they are suffering great stress at work and no medical care available could help physical tragedies happen anytime. Plus child labor is part of sweatshop too.
This is the true history and practical mission that delivered by the current global system truly a current global system more supported a private trade sector move freely without control around the poor world to function their own mission and interest. These are widely created poverty in developing country, political conflicts in the poor nation around the world, child abuse in poor nations because of poverty and more children going to the factory or mines instead of school to provided cheap labor, and many more related human rights that factors. In this scenario, because of this corrupted system, hundreds of thousand poor nations are seeking and unable to reach the basic human needs at all yet, and no question that some part of the world, especially for developed countries are clearly enjoyed and happy with the current system. These are not a global development and in fact, while this global system simply and unacceptable move to one developmental direction, monopoly economics trade system, political, and one cultural
But the reality is that this guarantee and fight of equality have not reached many lower sections of society. The case of the domestic workers is evidence to the fact that despite the guaranteed constitutional rights their struggle for equality and survival continues. It is disheartening to note that domestic workers as a part of unorganized work force remain the most exploited ones even after six decades of independence. There is no legislative framework at all in India. The whole outlook on domestic workers is so' feudal here.
Bosshard says in his article entitled ‘The World Bank is bringing back big bad dams’ that the huge dams benefit large mining corporations while the poor populations are left without electricity or are forced to pay disproportionately high tariffs. During the construction of the Kariba dam large tracts of land had to be cleared and people removed from their ancestral land to make way for Africa’s largest man-made water body. Whole eco-systems were destroyed and some species brought to near extinction. After 67 years the tribal people displaced to make room for the creation of the dam are still fighting for compensation from Zambia Electricity Supply Corporation (ZESCO). The irony is that the people most affected by the project do not even reap the benefits of the dam.
Human right violation in Jordan Human rights are the right that everyone should has no matter who they are, whatever their national, gender, regious, color, language or another status. Everyone is born in free and equal. Moreover, we all have their own ideas which means everyone should be treat in the same way. Nowadays, we have United Nation Universal Declaration of Human Rights as international laws for protecting our rights (The United Nation, n.d.). However, Jordan still have violations of human right.
Article 39A of the Constitution gives a compulsion to the State to secure that the operation of the legal system promotes justice based on equal opportunity and ensure that it is not denied to any citizen due to economic or other disabilities. Everyone has equal rights, but sadly, they all cannot enjoy the rights equally. Enforcement of these rights has to be done through courts, but the judicial procedure is very complex, expensive and tardy, which puts the poor people at a detachment. It is one of the most important job of any welfare state to give judicial and non-judicial dispute-resolution mechanism and all citizens have equal access for resolution of their legal problems and enforcement of their fundamental rights. For an effective justice dispensation system at least three things should be