I think a systematic defense of principles of justice must be drawn on shared values and ideals concerning the roles of individuals, society and government, and also defend standards for shaping the future. Furthermore people are characterized by competing ideals and values even disputing the geographical boundaries of the places where they live. Continious attempts at forging a country’s identity suggest that the quest for shared values, identities and loyalties is way to difficult, and will not determine where a country will end up in the future as a country’s identity could be at stake. We must identify and explore shared values at the same level, as expressed in such places as human rights and social charter. But we must also assess conflicting interpretations of a society and of how this union should be improved, because there are
Promoting Human Rights "We declare that human rights are all for all of us, all the time: whoever we are and wherever we are from; no matter our class, our opinions, our sexual orientation," quoted from United Nation's High Commissioner for Human Rights, Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein. Indeed, human rights are all for us, involved in every action you make that includes someone who differs from you. Human rights, is not for just one race, nor for the rich. Though you might not realize it, even that near discriminatory act that you did can affect someone, even if it does not affect you. Human rights have an important role to each person's life; therefore, human rights should be protected and promoted by the people in their society, by embracing their
In 1988, the Human Rights Act was passed. It protects all of us, young and old, rich and poor. In the Human Rights Act it protects the right to liberty and freedom. In this it says, ”You have the right to be free and the State can only imprison you with very good reason, such as a crime.” Therefore freedom is designated and recognized around the world as a human right. In the Declaration of Independence it gives the well-known phrase, “Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.” The phrase gives a couple of examples of the “unalienable rights” which the Declaration says have been given to all human beings by their Creator, and which governments are created to protect.
Core values and the principles that stem from them, must be poised within the framework and intricacy of the human experience Values are strong beliefs about how the world should, how people should typically behave and the inclination over conditions of life. All professions have a set of value preferences that gives meaning and direction. Professional values, however, are not separate from societal values. Rather, professions take up certain societal values and society in turn offers sanctions to professions through supportive legislation, funding, delegation of responsibilities for certain societal functions and tools for ensuring that those functions are satisfactorily discharged. Wide-ranging societal values in a country may be reflected, for example, in the laws of the land which declare and ensure certain human rights of the people.
Human rights can be said that it is part of a world social process which can be expressed as the international law of human rights. Further, international law is seen as an inter-cultural law, and an appeal to international law is the evidence of the universal standard of human rights. Regardless of this justification, it is said that universality of human rights must be recognised in the context of the different cultures that exist . When discussing the universality of human rights, Dias has identified three main types of attack on the universality of human rights i.e. ; the proponents of New World Order, governments of the developing countries and the leadership of religious fundamentalism and ethnic anarchism.
They are, however, considered to be fundamental, and should be protected by states or governing bodies. Of the fundamental rights, in UDHR, is the right of free expression , granted to all members of the human community. They are the subject of article 19-2 of UDHR and article 19-2 of ICCPR. Although UDHR is not legally binding, it has become the basis of international customary human law , and is referred to as such. The declaration itself called for further conventions to be developed.
Firstly, they should be clear, precise, accessible, cohesive but also subject to statutory interpretation. They cannot be retrospective in effect, only prospective. Additionally, they too are subject to constitutional and statutory limits imposed upon them. Secondly, they must respect and protect fundamental human rights, as well as comply with the nation’s obligations in international law, in addition to domestic
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.
Human rights are the rights of human being that naturally they have since they were born and this right is legitimate. Thus, all the people have the same rights to live without any discrimination. Human rights are universal because we can have it without seeing our nationality, race, religion, gender or any other status and it’s guaranteed by the law. In the past human rights is only concern for the protection of individual but nowadays the understanding of human rights is develop into the creation of condition in social, economy, politics and culture. The protection of human rights is one of the government 's efforts to implement the sustainable development, since the protection of human rights itself is part of the development goals as well
Significance of the Study: The controlling purpose of this paper is to show that the jurisdiction over human rights law must be strengthened to give emphasis on different rights mandated by law for every citizen so as to further intensify the programs and human rights-related activities. Intensifying the programs and human rights-related activities will be a great support to the increase the emphasis on different rights mandated by the constitution. These programs and activities will educate more people about their rights and the ways in which they can exercise these. Human rights will be amplified if people know what their rights are and if they deepen their understanding about this complicated topic. Rationale: The jurisdiction over human