Which kinds of governments are likely to infringe on human rights?
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Dictatorships. Why? Because a signle person is given the power to do whatever they want. Whether it be kill a certain type of race or go to war with a neighbouring country. With a dictatorship, the government is pretty much powerless, because the people vote on everything that goes on. I'll admit there are a few democracies out there that are corrupt and inefficient and try to get what they want done illegaly. But the people will always have the power to hire new people to fill any position they please, after the end of the job holders term.
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The wall prevented people from leaving. They were forced to stay on their side of the wall.
No. Human rights are not in danger of being taken away by theUnited States government unless we consider one particular area.That is the concerted efforts of certain political groups that areconstantly trying to affect health issues that concern only womenby trying to pass laws that affect only wome…n's health issues andtheir right to control their own bodies. (MORE)
An infringement is a minor offense which involves breaking theterms of a law or an agreement, or by simply violating a rule. Itcan sometimes lead to legal penalties.
What does the abbreviations or acronym EEO stand for as a business title for someone in Government Human Rights?
EEO stands for Equal Employment Opportunity. The EEO is managed bythe government office of the U.S. Equal Employment OpportunityCommission. There are no EEO business titles for someone inGovernment Human Rights.
In my opinion, yes! People have a tendency to squeal about second-hand smoke when they don't even begin to consider all the chemicals and carcinogens we are exposed to on a daily basis through food, beverages, tap water, household chemicals, and pollutants in the air. There are many more dangerous, …man-made chemicals in the food you are eating than what is in cigarette smoke. Consider this: Why have skin-cancer rates soared dramatically since the introduction of sunscreen? Perhaps the chemicals in the sunscreen are actually causing more cancers than it is preventing. This is just my opinion, of course. They already tax cigarettes and alcohol to the moon because they are considered "bad" habits by society. Yet they so freely fill us up with chemicals and carcinogens in our food, and neglect to tell us exactly what's in that cheap, fast-food burger we're eating. (MORE)
No rights. They can be told where to live, what jobs they can, where to go to school, and what they can or can not say.
Most common and recognised rights are the following: Right to life Equality Human dignity Freedom and security of the person Freedom from slavery servitude and forced labour Privacy Freedom of Religion, belief and opinion Freedom of expression Freedom of association Political ri…ghts Citizenship Freedom of movement and residence Labour relations Housing Health care, food water and social security Education Access to information Language and Culture (according to the South African Bill of Rights) (MORE)
Australia is a democratic country and elects its government representatives every three years, the idea being that the elected representatives carry out the will of the people.. The Australian Labour Party, which is politically left of centre, currently constitutes the government of Australia and i…s engaged in undoing selected portions of legislation put in place by the previous government, and replacing it with their idea of the social utopian ideal. (MORE)
The word infringed means a law or an agreement has been violatedbreached. It usually refers to legal rights, such as a copyrightbeing infringed.
Did Executive Order 9066 infringe on the rights of Japanese living in the US as guaranteed by the Constitution?
The order violated virtually all of the rights that as citizens ofthe United States are supposed to be guaranteed by the UnitedStates Constitution. Japanese-Americans were denied due process andthe guarantee of Ã¢??life, liberty or propertyÃ¢?? contained in theFifth Amendment of the Constitution… of the United States. ExecutiveOrder 9066 called for taking Japanese-Americans from their homesand rehousing them to live in internment camps under curfew, withpublic property restrictions solely based on their ethnicbackground. The Supreme Court decided that the Constitution can beset aside on some occasions when practicality is needed, such as intimes of war, and upheld the order. With that said, the US Supreme Court ruled in favor of Franklin D.Roosevelt's executive order. It remains unclear how the Court mightdecide such an issue in the 21st century. (MORE)
Children generally have particularly no rights at all until they are 16. So, no Children's rights have been infringed.. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights applies to people of all ages.. Children do have rights, but they are mainly defensive individuals and in the command of their parents… and others. If a child is being abused in some way, there rights are being exploited. Their are organisations that are working in explaining to children their rights as individuals, in schools and such like. Long may they flourish. (MORE)
'Copyright infringement' means the unauthorised copying, downloading, etc of copyright material - songs, photos, movies, texts etc. It is illegal and people caught doing it may be punished by the law.
yes lol ur doing this for Plato i am to lol Well I'm doing this for Plato too. lol
It is illegal to use it in such a way as to cause confusion in the mind of the public as to the involvement or endorsement of the US government in your use of the seal.
When the potential effectuation of a law enacted by Congress or other governmental action, infringes on the right to freedom of speech enumerated in Amendment I, this is known as a prior restraint . Prior restraints essentially are government bans on speech or publication before its actual expressi…on is to occur. Prior restraints are almost always unconstitutional, subject to some narrow exceptions. (MORE)
There is no guarantee that any particular individual dog will be friendly, but two breeds with a reputation for friendliness are boxers and golden retrievers.
Infringement means a violation of one or more of the exclusive rights of a copyright owner.
If a person is in finding of their government to be in blatant violation of any human right or amendment who can they notify?
If you are in Europe contact your local councillor or your MP.. If you have a very serious problem,lots of time and money then try the European Court of Human Rights
(in the US) No. Although it is always a subject for discussion (especially among minor-age students) this has been addressed many times and been tested in court.
It varies based on the type of property and extent of the infringement, but is often based on real damages : that is, you pay the rightsholder for the lost income. The law allows significantly higher fines, including prison sentences in extreme cases, and courts are often pressured by professional… societies (such as RIAA) to demand larger payouts as an object-lesson, but the majority of disagreements are settled out of court for something at least tangentially related to real damages. (MORE)
Some could interpret it as such. Massachusetts has argued in federal court that the federal Defense of Marriage Act forces that state to discriminate against its own residents in the administration of certain entitlement programs funded (at least partially) by the federal government.
Does the bill of rights give individuals certain freedoms and rights or does in prohibit the federal government from infringing on individual rights?
Those are two equivalent phrasings of the same thing. It gives people rights by preventing the government from infringing upon those rights.
Should teachers be involved in the character development of students or does this infringe on the rights of parents?
All adults who have a close family/working link with children should naturally help them develop as a human being. With less role models for children at least at school they have some people to look up to and be inspired.
Amertica was a man who lived in Guadalupe in 1930. He was an activist, so he became very angry when people's rights were infringed. He decided "I must do something about this." And he did.
In some countries, yes, you may have such a right. In others, no, you have no such rights whatsoever.
Human rights are less likely to be abused in wealthy countries as wealthy people have everything they want and dont need to fights for power... i think
How can archaeologists continue to study ancient remains without infringing on the rights of Native Americans?
Archaeologists have grown more aware of the need to respect Native American landmarks and traditions.
A country that is large is most likely to have a Federal System of Government. Any country can have a federal system if the population and/or groups representing the population agree to waive certain rights of a local government to a centralized form of government. The powers of the "federal" gover…nment can be weak or strong depending on powers granted to it or not granted to it. (MORE)
not respecting an individual's rights not letting them practise their culture. this can lead to individuals feeling devalued and very sad, which will affect their health. from HSC Level 3 Book1 :)
In a dictatorial government, there is only one leader who rules the country. Usually, he is able to take the highest seat in the government without being elected by the people. A dictator most often times use force to keep his control over almost anything about the country where he is. Aside from …that, public opinion and individual rights are not allowed to be exercised in a dictatorial form of government. (MORE)
In relation to Health and Social Care, it means that someone or a cleints rights are being ignored or abused. It can also mean that the cleints rights may not be being met by the carer.
You go see a lawyer, who explains how much it will cost to do this, at which point you decide not to because you didn't feel that strongly about it after all. You might try contacting a group like the American Civil Liberties Union to see if they'd be willing to take the case pro bono (this l…iterally means "for good", but the important part as far as you're probably concerned is that in practice it also more or less means "for free"... it's part of the larger phrase pro bono publico which means "for the good of the public"). (MORE)
They are those rights that God gave every man. The things of the mind. No matter what any one else thinks says or even does - a man can always think and decide whatever he wants to about any person, thing, place, or time. Our U.S. Declaration of Independence spells some of the basics out pretty w…ell. LIFE LIBERTY THE PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS (MORE)
The government can enact and enforce laws on any matter that they choose, including the matter of human rights. Of course, law enforcement is never perfect, so government control over human rights is also imperfect.
For years, content owners and users have been arguing about whether using intellectual property without permission was the same as using real property without permission. If I take your watch, is it the same as "taking" your song? And what does it mean to "take" a song to begin with? A watch has …intrinsic (or "real") value based on the parts and labor that went into making it; a song's value is much more subjective: it probably means more to you than it does to me. Plus, if I take your watch, you don't have that watch anymore. But if I take your song, by uploading a recording of it, photocopying the sheet music, or performing it myself, you still have something, even if it's now suddenly reduced in value. Since I can't "take" your song, what I'm doing is taking your rights to the song. Copyright gives the creator the exclusive right to copy, alter, distribute, or perform/display the work or authorize others to do so. Even if I do "take" your song (say, by stealing a CD of it), those rights are still yours. Ultimately, this is why copyright infringement is called infringement instead of stealing, theft, etc.: it's infringing or violating rights given to the creator under the law. Think about other ways you hear "infringement" used: infringing on privacy, infringing on right to free speech, etc. There's nothing being "stolen" in these examples. In fact the word "infringe" comes from the Latin for "break," or "weaken." (MORE)
Currently, Egypt is ruled by the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces. This started after Hosni Mubarak, the former president of Egypt, decided to resign following the Egyptian Revolution that started on January 25, 2011. This military rule is temporary until the next presidential election later this… year. (MORE)
Are human rights infringed if you are locked in a prison cell for 23 hours in a day for more than one day?
No. Human rights are not infringed upon. What right would be getting infringed upon? Prisoners that have been convicted by a jury of their peers and sentenced in accordance with guidelines set forth by the state are given that sentence. A person locked in their sell for 23 hours a day gets free hea…lth care, 3 meals a day, has a warm, dry place to sleep and is clothed. I can think of several million people in 3rd world countries that never committed a crime, yet they live in far worse conditions. (MORE)
You have the right to settle out of court for no more than $30,000, or be taken to court. You've violated federal law; you don't have a lot of options.
In general, governments are very powerful. As long as the military remains loyal to the government, it is possible to retain control of a country even if there is widespread resentment about the human rights situation. If you have the power to kill anybody who disagrees with you, it is then possible… to get away with anything. But the history of despotic regimes is that they only get away with this for a certain length of time. Eventually they are overthrown. In the case of the USSR, it took 70 years of human rights abuses before they were overthrown. (MORE)
There is a history of mental health treatment being used as a guise for incarceration. (A pop culture reference to this is made in the film The Changeling, for example.) Mental health care itself generally requires the consent of the individual receiving treatment, and in situations where that cons…ent is not given, there is the possibility for the violation of the right. For example, forced medication in US jails is very common for those with a schizoid/schizophrenia diagnosis. (MORE)
Governments allow human rights because otherwise bad things happen to planet Earth. If a society does not allow for human rights, the earth can change shape (think of a sphere turning into more of a cylinder) and the planet would no longer be blue. The oceans turn more of a red color, and the air is… more black than clear. This happened in the early 14th century. Hope this helps! (MORE)
Environmental rights affect all people. those rights are infringed upon when corporations choose to dump wastes near residential areas, when waste plants are located in lower-income neighborhoods; and when serivces to clean up trash are reduced in those same neighborhoods.
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Is the statement government should respect and protect all rights of an individual unless they infringe on another individuals rights a liberal or libertarian statement?
It could be either a liberal or libertarian statement, though it is much more likely to be a libertarian one. In general, liberals and libertarians have a different conception of rights, so, to a liberal, positive rights , or rights to some commodity (e.g.) education; healthcare; a minimum standard… of living), can be infringed upon if the government does not act to protect them by administering them. (MORE)
When a Government imposes restriction on the free movement,freedom of expression of its citizens, these will definitely be considered as human rights violation by the Government.
The English Bill of Rights was enacted by Parliament in 1689 under William & Mary. The monarchy of England existed before and after the Bill of Rights was enacted, but it put limitations on monarchical power, similar to Magna Carta in 1215. The previous king, James II, was a firm absolutist, and was… soon overthrown by William & Mary. The English Bill of Rights was a enacted so that an absolute monarchy could never be put into place again. (MORE)
Discrimination of individuals on the basis of caste, creed, color, ethnicity, race, sex and religion is violation of human rights. It is violation of the order of GOD also as per all religions. ( Only if you can interpret the same correctly, without ego being involved.) Providing benefits to weaker …sections is 'not' considered as discrimination. (MORE)
What excuse do government and human rights agencies often give for not considering woman's issues as human right issues?
Human rights agencies are notoriously unwilling to insert themselves in the affairs of a government unless it is absolutely necessary. These agencies depend on government good will, and if the government bans them, then they cannot do their work at all. So, even when they vehemently oppose certain p…olicies (including poor treatment of women), there is only a certain amount that their leaders feel they can say. As for government representatives and politicians, the reason they do not speak out is the system of female subordination benefits them. These leaders, who tend to be male, believe the voters (who also tend to be male) will punish them at the polls if they give women more rights. Many political figures in these countries oppose women's issues due to their interpretation of ancient cultural traditions, and the desire to maintain arbitrary religious viewpoints. To cite one example, the right to family planning (deciding how many children one will have) is usually opposed due to religious pro-life views. The right of women to be educated is opposed by men who believe a woman should only be a wife and mother and does not need education. Similarly, the right to vote or the right to employment are opposed when certain cultural traditions reject the idea of any independence for women: these cultures are especially concerned about women being allowed to make money, which could lead to financial independence. It should also be noted that male politicians from very conservative countries may believe they are upholding the religious values of the culture in keeping women subordinate, since sadly, a number of religions assert that the man in supposed to be superior and dominant-- this is called "patriarchy," and even some western religions have historically espoused such views, although in most western countries, religion is no longer the main force in government as it still is in other parts of the world. (MORE)
Whilst this is a matter of opinion, most law-abiding Australiancitizens would say that anti-terrorism laws do not infringe onindividual human rights. They would rather be safe and endure minorinconveniences than be allowed freedoms that also mean terroristscan easily get through minimal security mea…sures. (MORE)
Because that right is enshrined in the US constitution. The Second Amendment ( Amendment II ) to the UnitedStates Constitution protects the right of the people to keep andbear arms. Therefore changing this significantly may require a change to theUS constitution.