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 Most

countries celebrate December 10, the anniversary of its adoption, as Human Rights Day.

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The International Bill of Human Rights recognizes the rights to:
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Equality of rights without discrimination. Life Liberty and security of person Protection against slavery Protection against torture and cruel and inhuman punishment › Recognition as a person before the law › Equal protection of the law › Access to legal remedies for rights violations (Cont…)

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The International Bill of Human Rights recognizes the rights to:
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Protection against arbitrary arrest or detention. Hearing before an independent and impartial judiciary Presumption of innocence Protection against arbitrary arrest or detention. Hearing before an independent and impartial judiciary. Presumption of innocence Protection against ex-post facto laws. Protection of privacy, family and home. Freedom of movement and residence
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The International Bill of Human Rights recognizes the rights to:
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Seek asylum from persecution. Nationality Marry and found a family. Own property Freedom of thought, conscience, and religion. Freedom of opinion, expression and the press. Freedom of assembly and association. Political participation. Social Security. Work, under favourable conditions. Free trade unions. Rest and leisure Food, clothing and housing. Health care and social services.
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The International Bill of Human Rights recognizes the rights to:
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Special protections for children. Education Participation in cultural life A social and international order needed to realize rights Self – determination Humane treatment when detained or imprisoned Protection against debtor’s prison Protection against arbitrary expulsion of aliens. Protection against advocacy of racial or religious hatred. Protection of minority culture.
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Amnesty International is a worldwide movement of people who campaign for internationally recognized human rights for all.  On Human Rights Day, 10 December, the first Amnesty candle was lit in the church of St-Martin-in-the-Fields, London in 1961  At a conference in Belgium, a decision was made to set up a permanent organization that will be known as Amnesty International in 1962.  The International Secretariat (Amnesty International’s headquarters) was established in London in 1963.

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 The

Amnesty International concentrates on freedom of opinion, the rights to a fair trial, and freedom from torture and the death penalty.

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A

dictatorship is an autocratic form of government in which the government is ruled by a dictator.

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 Oligarchy

is a form of government where political power effectively rests with a small elite segment of society (whether distinguished by wealth, family or military powers).

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 The

word, Holocaust, derives from Greek words, meaning complete destruction, usually by fire. By the end of the 17th century, the word came to mean a great slaughter or massacre. It is now used to describe the genocide against the Jews in Europe by the Nazis.

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As argued by a prominent Malaysian social activist, Dr. Chandra Muzaffar, seen from the religious and cultural viewpoint, reducing human rights to civil and political rights, as the advanced Western nations have propagated, is tantamount to a terrible injustice. In any culture and religion, be it in Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism or Judaism, the poor have preference. To ignore the rights of the poor is a moral crime.
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 In

1995 the value of HDI was 0.839, that is the median value achieved in the region, as against that of East Asia 0.766, South East Asia and the Pacific 0.677; South Asia 0.452 and Sub-Saharan Africa 0.378.

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 Asian,

African and Latin American Countries. (AALA)

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In approaching human rights questions within the United Nations system, the International Community should accord, or continue to accord, priority to the search for solutions to the mass flagrant violations of human rights of peoples and persons affected by situations, such as those resulting from apartheid, from all forms of racial discrimination, from colonialism, from foreign domination and occupation, from aggression and threats against national sovereignty, national unity and territorial integrity, as well as from the refusal to recognize the fundamental rights of peoples to self determination and of every nation to the exercise of full sovereignty over its wealth and natural resources.
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 Dheeraj

Mehrotra

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