Human Rights – Are They For Real?
In one way or another, the world is considering and accepting human rights as a way of life. The issue has gained significant attention in the recent past with many major and minor global political and economic events, mostly in the last two decades. All countries have a good human rights record, but are not always consistent. It is not difficult to understand why some countries display a great deal of human rights practice, while others demonstrate little.
Societies are ever changing. Therefore, it is highly doubtful that a country can remain on the same path for all eternity. Our expectations should not be high. As human beings, we should expect more from ourselves than what we currently have.
In times of need, we also require human rights, because we too will change. History and future human relationships will determine whether or not human rights will be respected. Without recognizing the importance of these fundamental rights, future generations will struggle for them and they may not be able to survive.
Is this really necessary? The answer is yes, because as our society evolves, so do the needs of people. No one is unaffected by these changes. If we continue to live in denial, we can expect more people to suffer.
Human rights must be respected by all nations. A couple of years ago, the UN recognized that the situation regarding respect for human rights is urgent. On a number of levels, we can agree with this. The importance of human rights is no longer just limited to those living within a nation but affects many outside of our borders as well. Many of these people have suffered greatly through wars and dictatorships.
We must recognize that human rights are universal and that everyone needs protection. Protection and respect for human rights mean that no one in the world should be subjected to mistreatment, exploitation, injustice, persecution, discrimination, oppression, discrimination, humiliation, or any other violation of human rights. We are not talking about a broad concept here, we are talking about the most basic of rights.
Different cultures are rich in traditions, customs, laws, and traditions.
It is not difficult to recognize these differences. The fundamental human rights are inherent to all cultures. Regardless of nationality, ethnicity, race, religion, social class, gender, age, culture, language, or even time of day, we all are entitled to respect for our human rights.
There are now a lot of things that we see around us that help us understand human rights. These include all the basic human rights that people of the world need to survive, including survival, health, food, shelter, education, employment, freedom from torture, imprisonment, and abuse, respect, human dignity, and the basic things that we take for granted. These human rights are also expressed in much more extreme ways that people in all countries seem to acknowledge.
I am confident that if we continue to ignore human rights, we can expect more problems in the future.
This could result in new conflicts or even more human rights violations. If we continue to violate human rights, then we will continue to be robbed, abused, and exploited. In many situations, we will find that the problems that we now have will have to be dealt with or prevented.
As we continue to develop and adjust to the world around us, there are many potential problems. Our decisions today will have long term consequences. Whether we know it or not, human rights are what give us the freedom and strength to face our future.
- Human rights are now being discussed more widely by the general public.
- Although it is not very common, sometimes something as simple as a protest can make a difference.
- If enough people feel strongly about these issues, it is likely that the situation will become more vocal.