Human Rights Issues

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Human rights are’’ commonly understood as inalienable fundamental rights to which a person is inherently entitled because she or he is human being’’ human rights are thus conceived as universal [applicable everywhere] and egalitarian [the same for everyone] these rights may exist as natural rights as legal rights, in both national and international law. The doctrine of human rights in international practice within government organizations, has been a cornerstone of public policy around the world .in the idea of human rights it says,’’ if the public discourse of peacetime global society can b said to have a common moral language it is that of human rights.’’ Despite this, the strong claims made by the doctrine of human rights continue to provoke…show more content…
In efforts to eliminate violations of human rights, building awareness and protesting inhumane treatment has often led to calls for action and sometimes improved conditions .The UN security council has interceded with peace keeping forces and other states and treaties [NATO] have intervened in situations to protect human rights.
Defence of Human Rights
Everybody has the right to promote, developed protect human rights by lawful and peaceful means .such peaceful means include the rights to freedom of expression ,association and movement and the right to take part in the conduct of public affairs.
According to United Nations declaration of human rights defenders, state have the prime responsibility to take all the necessary steps to ensure the protection of those who defend human rights .although the declaration is not legally binding, it draws together provisions from other conventions and convents most relevant to human rights defenders that are legally binding.
The right to freedom of speech and
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The report was unveiled by eminent educationist and former vice chancellor of jahangirnagar university professor Zillur Rahman Siddiqui.
Executive summary:
Despite strengthening solidarity and unity among indigenous peoples and civic groups of mainstream Bengali population with strong media support, the indigenous people in Bangladesh passed 2011 amidst numerous victims facing gross abuses of human rights without access to justice. The perpetrators, irrespective of state and non state actors, enjoyed with full impunity. Land dispossession of the indigenous peoples and massive communal attack on them in order to occupy their land continues unabated. Constitutional recognition of indigenous peoples and implementations of CHT accord of 1997 remain unfulfilled, due to continuous following of policy neglect by government of

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