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Top Human Rights You Should Know

Human rights are the basic rights, liberties and freedoms that belong to everyone in the world, from the cradle to cremation. These basic rights are based on the common ideals of dignity, justice, equality, respect, autonomy and independence. These rights are well-defined and protected under the supervision of government law. Human rights are universal, inherent, inalienable, basic, indivisible, timeless, interrelated and justifiable. Human rights are defined in the Human Rights Protection Act of 1993 as “rights related to life, liberty, equality and dignity of persons that are guaranteed by the Constitution or incorporated in international conventions and may be subject to Indian courts Mandatory."
An essential component of the protection of human rights is the factual investigation carried out by intergovernmental organizations and civil society and the determination of the conditions that may constitute such violations. The Constitution of India guarantees basic human rights for all people. The protection of human rights education in India is essential to the growth of the country's population and, in turn, population growth contributes to the overall development of the country.

Human Rights Characteristics

  • Human rights can’t be given or specified or refused.
  • Human rights are independent, world-wide, unified, blended, inalienable, and everlasting.
  • Human rights include civil, economic, political, cultural and social rights.
  • Civil or Social human rights

  • The right to unpleasant, cruel, insensitive behavior, humiliating and punishment.
  • The right to live life with freedom.
  • The Right to people safety and protection.
  • The right to ask for freedom against captivity and slavery.
  • The right to privacy, house rights, family rights, and speaking rights.
  • The right to marry with same gender, the right to the property and house.
  • Cultural and Educational human rights

  • The right to indulge in the social and cultural life of countries’ people.
  • The rights to study free of cost and get benefits from govt.
  • The right to research and discover anything you are fascinated with.
  • The right to protect your moral and material interests so you can do and appreciate artwork.
  • The right to engage in societal lifestyle.

    Political human rights

  • To enjoy the right of democracy, freedom to think and speak, belief, actions, religions.
  • The right to enjoy citizenship and nationalities of multiple nations.
  • Enjoy the right to a fair trial, to a judicial remedy and not to be subjected to arbitrary arrest, detention or exile.
  • Enjoy the right of freedom to speak in assembly and association of people.
  • The right to contribute and speak in govt. affairs.
  • To enjoy the right to move out of country due to political reasons.
  • Economic or Remunerated human rights

  • Enjoy the rights of public security, insurance for old and disabled, retirement security.
  • Enjoy the right to work equally and with equal wages.
  • The right to form a unity between people, the right to eat, good health and adequate standard of living.

  • Human rights topics in Punjab should be mandatory for the people of our country, so they will follow the Indian constitution. In order to achieve the goals, schools and colleges must impart education of Human rights for students and they must respect the rights by allowing students the three main freedoms- freedom of choice, freedom of action and freedom to handle the result of action, it’s their personal responsibility according to constitution.

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