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  • POWER POINT PRESENTATION ON:HUMAN RIGHT
  • United Nations definition ofhuman rightsHuman Rights are universal legal guaranteesprotecting individuals and groups against actionswhich interfere with fundamental freedoms andhuman dignity.
  • What are the different groups ofrightsCivil rights-Political rightsSocial, economic and cultural rightsIndividual rightsCollective/group rights
  • Who is responsible to implementhuman rights?The STATE has the primary responsibility to:RespectProtectFulfill
  • Challenges of HR researchLack of commercial publications (casereporters, digests)Many possible sources of lawLanguage barriersLack of documentation on human rightsviolations
  • ResponsibilitiesIndividual governments protect and promoterespect for human rightsGovernments enforce human rights protectionAll of society (including business) has a role inrespecting and promoting human rights
  • Implementing the VoluntaryPrinciplesComprehensive risk assessmentIncorporation into project documentsBuilding internal awarenessTraining security providersBuilding relationships with security providersConsulting with local communitiesMonitoring of security arrangements
  • Human Rights Act 1998-Right to life-Right to liberty and security-No punishment without law-Right to respect for private and family life-Freedom of thought, conscience and religion-Right to marry-Protection of property-Right to education-Right to free elections
  • HRC Program AreasApplied Human Rights ResearchEducational ToolsField Training OpportunitiesHuman Rights On-lineLearning Communities and Partnerships
  • Human Rights Education:Produces changes in values and attitudesProduces changes in behaviorProduces empowerment for social justiceDevelops attitudes of solidarity across issuesand nations
  • Goals of a Human Rights LearningCommunityKnow your human rightsValue your human rightsBe inspired to take action toward realizinghuman rights for yourself and others
  • Other key agreements and bodiesUN Declaration of Human RightsInternational Labour Organization (ILO)OECD Guidelines on Multinational EnterprisesUN High Commission (and Commissioner) of Human RightsUN Global Compact
  • Social and Economic Human RightsRights relating to an adequate standard of living;Conditions under which people live and work;Claims to the fulfilment of basic needs;Claims relating to the quality of life from a material andimmaterial perspective;Claims relating to opportunities to make a living andachieve welfare and wellbeing.
  • UN Human Rights BodiesCommission on Crime Prevention and Criminal JusticeInternational Court of JusticeInternational Criminal CourtOffice of the High Commissioner for Human Rights(created by the General Assembly in 1993)
  • `It has always been a mystery to mehow men can feel themselveshonored by the humiliation of theirfellow beings’ - Mahatma Gandhi
  • NAME :Ravi A .PatelROLL NO: 41CLASS:TY BBA[ITM] SEM-VICOLLEGE : C .P .Patel & F .H .Shah commerce College THANK YOU