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Why were the Filipino's inspired to work for their recognition and respect for their human rights?
for an extreamly obvious reason.
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In the activism sphere, Jackie Kennedy Onassis was mostly known for her cultural preservation work. She greatly contributed to efforts to preserve historic homes in Lafaye…tte Square and to prevent demolition and restoration of Grand Central Terminal.
Juan Dela Cruz is working in the United Nations
we will be controlled and be like slaves . every one needs freedom 1 in a while
religion, gender, and race. all of the answers are correct
Not everyone agrees on what the basic human rights are. Here is a list of some of the most recognized ones he commanded be broken: Right to live, exist (Via denial of food, w…ater, treatment, or mass execution) To own property Free Speech (takeover of radio and news) Safety from violence including executing innocents Fair trial To be innocent until proven guilty To seek asylum if a country treats you badly (right of exit) Withholding Health care (medical care) and fatal/crippling medical experimentation Denying Education (Forced School closures, conversion to military training) Not be forced into sex or marriage
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No. There are almost 2 billion children in the world, most of which are not receiving a good education, or any education at all. This violates the right to an education. We ha…ve right to not be tortured, however, a Briton is currently being detained in Iraq and tortured, without a trail. This doesn't only violate the right not to be tortured, but the right to a fair trail. So Iraq is a counrt in which human rights are not respected. Even in the UK and the USA, human rights are not respected. The right to not be discriminated against is violated constantly. Mainly at work, with people being discriminated because of the colour of their skin, their age, their sexuality, their religion etc.
The respect for human rights made substantial historic progress in 1948. This was during the United Nations General Assembly in Paris when they adopted the Universal Decla…ration of Human Rights.
The Nuremberg trials highlighted the fact that human rights laws (like the ones that exist today) had to be created.
it coused people to respect others
In Roman Empire
There is no Roman law which inspired current human rights law. Ancient civilisations did not have a concept of human rights. The origins of this concept are traced to Renaissa…nce Europe. Its predecessor was the concept of natural rights, derived from natural law theories of Enlightenment philosophy (17th and 18th century Europe). The Romans also had a natural law theory, but it was not connected to human rights. It posited the principles of law derived from the human mind and because of this Roman law could be applied to foreigners in their dealings with Roman citizens. The concept of human rights begun to become established mainly through three 18th century documents: The US Bill of Rights (approved by the House of Representatives in 1789) which listed freedoms not explicitly indicated in the main body of the US Constitution: freedom of religion, freedom of speech, a free press, and free assembly; the right to keep and bear arms; freedom from unreasonable search and seizure, security in personal effects, and freedom from warrants issued without probable cause. This document was influenced by George Mason's 1776 Virginia Declaration of Rights, the English Bill of Rights 1689, and European Enlightenment philosophers. The Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizens of 1789. It was issued during the French Revolution. This was inspired by the philosophers of the Enlightenment philosophy, especially Rousseau and Montesquieu and Enlightenment principles of natural rights. Its first two articles stated: 1) Men are born and remain free and equal in rights. Social distinctions may be founded only upon the general good; 2) the aim of all political association is the preservation of the natural and inalienable rights of man. These rights are liberty, property, security, and resistance to oppression. The Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen of 1793; also issued during the French Revolution. Its second article made quality the first natural right of man (followed by liberty, security, and property). It also made the protections of the citizens against their own government a human right.
you'll will get a human wrong because me i've always got human wrong
It says that all our rights come From God that among these rights are life, Liberty and the persuit of happiness.