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  • •Definition of Human Rights.•The Different Groups of human rights.•Human Rights, Vision of 21st Century.•Necessary requisites of Human Rights.•Human Rights in Morocco.•The Universal Declaration of Human rights.•Amnesty International.
  • “ Universal moral right, somethingwhich all men, everywhere, at all timesought to have, something of which noone may be deprived without a graveaffront to justice, something which isowing to every human simply becausehe is human. ”
  • • Universal – everyone should enjoy human rights without discrimination as to sex, age, language, religion, or race.• Inviolable – human rights are an essential element of one’s humanity. It cannot be violated unless determined by law and solely for the purpose of securing due recognition and respect for the rights of others .• Interdependent- certain rights cannot be sacrificed in favor of other rights because taken together, these rights make human beings whole.
  • :Rights accorded to are rights given to a individuals such as specified vulnerable the rights to life, group which may be education, health, exercised because of work.. rights to suffrage: freedom one’s membership to such of expression, community such as freedom from women’s rights, torture, right to children’s rights, speedy trial.. indigenous people’s rights.
  • Human Rights & Human Development, A Vision for the 21st Century:• On 10 December 1948, the General Assembly of the United Nations adopted and proclaimed the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.• Human rights and human development share a common purpose and motivation: to secure freedom, well- being and dignity for every human being.• States bear a primary duty to safeguard and promote human rights.
  • • These are made available to all human beings.• All men should receive these rights equally.• There should be no difference with regard to color, caste, religion and culture.• No affected by any post or status.• No distinction in human rights on the basis of political, universal or international status of a country.• Deprivation of human rights should be heard under law.
  • “Men are born and remainfree and equal in rights.” The French Declarationof the Rights of Man andof the Citizen, France,August 26, 1789.
  • Morocco has made significant progress inhuman rights over the past fifteen years,both by increasing freedom of expressionand establishing a commission toinvestigate past abuses. But continuedhuman rights abuses raise questions aboutMorocco’s ability to sustain its progresstoward democratization.
  • Article 1“All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason andconscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood” Article 3“Everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of person”
  • Somalia, 1992 - Child starved by famine, a man-made weapon of mass destruction.
  • Somalia, 1992 - Lifting a dead son to carry him to a mass grave during the famine.
  • Sudan, 1993 - Famine victim in a feeding center.
  • Sudan, 1993 - Famine victim about to receive water in a feeding center.
  • •Researches human rights abuses worldwide and releases reports.•Organizes huge grassroots movement to call attention toactions of governments and individuals involved in abuses. •Seeks to educate about basic human rights in all societies. •Tries to motivate students and young people to get involved!
  • Prapared and presented By: -Loubna Akrout..