What does it mean to write an essay on a topic dealing with "Human rights"?

if you have to write an essay on a topic dealing with "Human Rights" what does that mean exactly? k, thanks!!!! :)

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  • Anonymous
    7 years ago
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    Pick a Human Rights topic, Womens rights, African American Rights, Gay Rights. How did the movements start, where are they today where are they headed.

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  • 7 years ago

    Human rights are the basic rights and freedoms all peoples should have. These rights fall into categories: Security- to not be subject to murder, rape, torture or theft of possessions; Liberty- to be able to express opinions and beliefs, and to practice a religion; Due Process- legal right to a fair trial, and freedom from excessive punishment; Political- the right to vote, or petition for change, or to protest; Equality- the right of people to receive the same treatment without regard for their ethnicity or sexuality; Social- the right to education, food, housing and medical care.

    The above definitions are not complete. Human rights are not supported in much of the world, and governments are the usual violators. The U.S. currently suspends habeas corpus for certain citizens accused of crimes against the country. These citizens can be jailed indefinitely without trial in defiance of the Constitution. Due process is not the same in Italy as it is in the U.S. In Muslim countries practitioners of religion other than Islam are persecuted. Political speech in China is severely limited. In many areas of the world women and children are treated as property, and can be sold.

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  • 4 years ago

    Some religions do that on account that in the event that they write the phrase out on paper or an e-mail, the religions consider that the paper would be defaced in a method. As for Yahoo rules, I dont suppose there's a rule, considering it's free will of religion.

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