1. Circumstantial evidence, also known as ‘indirect’ evidence, is often dismissed as being weaker than direct evidence. By its very definition, circumstantial evidence seems to be less credible because it requires an extra step of inference to determine a conclusion that might not even be the truth. Evidence is powerful when it successfully establishes facts and fulfills the burden of proof. Powerful evidence is credible, and paints a clearer picture of the truth, which allows courts to make more informed decisions in the interests of justice.
When you think of human rights you must understand what a human right is. A human right is something that you are born with and cannot be dictated or administered. Most human rights that we consider basic human rights today are just the rights to be comfortable. True human rights are things like gender expression, racial expression, sexuallity and overall the freedom to be unique. Defending those freedoms has been more difficult than it should be, even though they are some of the most basic rights.
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 was concluded from the present research that globalization plays an important role in changing gender roles. The change in different roles has significant effect on society’s institutions like family, economic institution and job structure. Impact of Globalization on Changing Gender Roles: A Case of Gujrat Keywords: globalization, modernization, gender, gender roles, secularization Introduction 1.1 Background of the Study Globalization is the process of acceleration and intensification of interaction and integration among the people, companies, and governments of different nations. This process of globalization has effects on human well-being, on the environment, on culture, and on economic development and prosperity of societies across the world (Rothenberg 2003). This comprehensive definition takes into account the many causes and effects of the process, and, most importantly,
Haschke (2011:1) also opined that the violations of physical integrity rights are not limited to authoritarian regimes. These studies have brought about a debate on the extent to which regime type influences human rights violation and conflict escalation. Some scholars such as Cingrenalli and Richards (1999) argue that human rights are more likely to be violated under
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. Primary source of International Human Rights Law is Treaties and agreement which are binding to the parties which are signatory to the treaty or agreement. Customary International Law also binds the states in good faith, thus treaties and customary law is backbone of human rights law. Other instruments of International Human Rights law are not binding upon anyone legally but they have their input in practical implementation, understanding and progress in the field of human rights law. Most dominating features of Human rights are: (1)Human Rights are based on respect (2) Human rights are unchallengeable unless there are certain situations, if a person is guilty of a
The following essay will explore and elucidate some of the contradiction of globalization. Beginning with a brief description of what Globalisation is, followed by its constituents and their implications as well as the antithesis to all of the constituents that will be mentioned thereof. Globalisations can be understood as a process through which interconnectedness of societies is being reinforced on a global scale. The interconnectedness
Although the scope of inalienable human rights is not entirely agreed upon, the concept has restructured political landscapes and is one of the few commonly recognized moral visions throughout the globe. This widely accepted notion provides a useful framework to support transnational activism to challenge injustices encompassed in civil, political, economic, and social spheres that affect lives worldwide. Using this backdrop, the global movement for women rights strives to enhance the human rights discourse by redressing gender vulnerabilities. Even though there are still continuing political struggles in making central the concerns of gender abuse, it has achieved considerable rethinking of the human rights doctrine as formerly understood.
Constructive trusts being a big are of Trusts can be seen as confusing as there are too many elements to it, nonetheless it’s a satisfying element within Equity as it’s a form of trust that is flexible and modern as it’s keeping the morality undamaged. No matter how much constructive trust is criticized due to its confusing elements it still provides a conscionable outcome which would advantage both parties and not just an individual party. In relation to the quote provided above, it is obvious from the history of equity that it does come into action where cases arise where common law fail to provide justice and fairness when needed; equity overcomes this aspect of injustice by the equitable rules and remedies
At first, it explains the concept of globalisation in light of the different views of various scholars. Additionally, the background of human rights and its development is also discussed. Second, it illustrates the negative impacts of globalisation on society. Third, the aim is to investigate whether or not there is a link between globalisation and improvements in the development of human rights worldwide. Finally, to conclude this essay, positive or negative correlations between globalisation and human rights are presented by summarizing the findings of the