Friday, 18 February 2022

Human Rights Violation

 Human Rights Violation 

Human rights violation is a violation of basic rights of a person which the all human legally have. Like the freedom of thought and movement which all human legally have. The Human Rights are the certain moral principle or right to a standard behavior and protected by law. The human rights are applicable everywhere and we also called are they are universal. The United Nations is the only multilateral government agency with universally accepted international jurisdiction. In United Nations there are various committees to deal with different kind of human right treaties. 

In India the major Human Right violation which is performed from the ancient time is the discrimination is based on the caste eventually there is prohibition of this type of activities in Indian constitution but it is been performed in India. The person who is belonging from the particularly community is not being allowed the basic legal rights like they didn’t have a basic right to live in a community. 

In several places of India we came across to see the violation of woman right is also a major problem like in UP and Bihar the woman is been beating by their own husband. Violence by men against women is a longstanding problem not only in India but also in the whole world. In various part of India the violence against women is need to examined and addressed. Violence is often part of the context of a case, or essential to understanding the dispute. It includes Murder, Dowry deaths, Sexual crime, Domestic violence, Acid attack, Abduction etc.  As a result of the ways in which legal categories are structured there is a tendency to see violence as relevant only to criminal and quasi –criminal law. 

The universal Declaration of Human Rights is a document rerated to Human Rights, drafted by different legal and cultural background from all region of the world, consist of more the 30 Article I will be discussing some of them in this Article. 

Like Article 1 talks about all human beings born free and equal dignity and rights. Article 2 was discuss about everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedom set forth in the declaration without distinction of any kind such as cast, birth, gender, colour, languages, birth, nationality, race etc. Article 3 discuss about the right to life, liberty, and security, of person. Article 4 is related to no one shall be held in slavery and slave trade shall be prohibited on all their forms. Article 5 is talks about the no one shall be subjected to torture or to cruel inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment, Article 6 talk about the right to recognition everywhere as a person before the law. Article 7 is related to all are equal before the law and are entitled without any discrimination to equal protection of the law. All are entitled to equal protection against any discrimination in violation of this discrimination in violation of this decoration and against any incitement to such discrimination. Article 8 shall be describe everyone is a right to an effective remedy by the competent national tribunal for act violating the fundamental rights granted him by the law.      

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