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DiscussHuman Rights  Are OnlyDesigned For The Rich…?
Human rights           Syllabus Links…Controlled Assessment Preparation…
Human RightsReview…O Understand and give examples of  human rightsO Distinguish between legal and moral  rightsO Outline i...
Human Rights ‘…the foundation offreedom, justice, and peace in the  world’ – what do you think this       means in practice?
Declaration of Human rightsO Can you remember all 30? Which is the most  important?O Think about the entitlements you have...
Every right comes with a    responsibility…
FREEDOMOFSPEECH
Sensiblebehaviour
Religions
Awarenessof yourcommunity
Politicalcontrol
What does the picture make you            think?
Rights and Responsibilities in a             family…Rights              Responsibilities
What is parental responsibility?O providing a home for the childO having contact with and living with the childO protectin...
Rights and Responsibilities in a school…Rights                  Responsibilities
School Responsibilities…O   You must be given 24 hours notice in writing if the school wants to give your    child a deten...
All human beings are entitled to…O Freedom                         O Right to a Fair trialO Equality                      ...
Rights as freedoms and rights         as entitlementsRights as freedoms            Rights as entitlementsO Article 4: free...
UK Human     O UK government incorporated              European Convention into UKRights Act    law in 1998             O ...
The Articles of the Universal Declaration of  Human Rights were set up to protectpeople . In the UK they are included as p...
Legal rights• A right is something to which everyone is entitled.• Legal rights come from the law.Think of 3 examples of l...
Moral rightsO Moral rights originate in French revolution – ‘the  rights of man’.O United Nations believes there are moral...
When looking at the following pictures decide whether they show a legal or        moral responsibility…
Smacking children
Smacking children
Reasonable chastisement is legalOParents in England and Wales who smack childrenso hard it leaves a mark will face up to f...
Smoking cigarettes around        children
Smoking cigarettesaround children
Carrying a knife-
Carrying a knife-
Criminal Justice Act 1988O The Criminal Justice Act 1988 mainly relates to  carrying knives in public places, Section 139 ...
Teenagers swearing in a public            park-
Teenagers swearingin a public park-
O A High Court judge has ruled that people  should not be punished for hurling  obscenities in public because such words  ...
Giving children healthy         food-
Giving children healthy food-
Staying faithful in a relationship-
Staying faithfulin a relationship-
Privacy-
Privacy-
Summary…O Legal rights are…O Moral rights are…
Summary…O Legal rights are covered by  Laws/Statutes/Acts/LegislationO Moral rights are based on our beliefs and  values
Different types of law…O In groups of 4O Each person will be assigned a different  type of law, using pages 8-10 you must ...
PlenaryO Why are laws are necessary?O Where legal advice can be found?
Summary…O Legal rights are…O Moral rights are…
Wherewasthis?
Discussion           O “Everyone is entitled to                       all the rights and  point                freedoms se...
Crisis in Sudan
How does the law protect our      human rights? A legal right is when a law protects a              human right
The right to education?• School attendance and absence: the lawThe law requires parents to make sure their children receiv...
The right to be treated                   equally?LAW: The Race Relations Act says that it is an offence totreat a person ...
The right to privacy of             correspondence       The law says that you cannot open somebody       else’s post, or ...
Discussion pointThe European Convention on Human Rights is legally  enforceable, however, the Universal Declaration of  Hu...
Who is the worst?
Human Rights- Recap…O The historical origins of human  rightsO The UN and European Council  and Human RightsO The UK Human...
Key words for this lessonO Human Rights – The basic entitlements of  every human being in the world. Example:  Shelter and...
BALANCING RIGHTS?O PRESS FREEDOM V PRIVACYO FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION V ENCOURAGING HATREDO SECURITY V PRIVACY
HOW DO THE PICTURES SHOW A      CONFLICT IN RIGHTS?- GUESS WHAT THE PICTURES REPRESENT- THEN WRITE HOW THOSE RIGHTS CAN BE...
Section C Practice         Question.O Can the rights of an individual ever be restricted?O 15 marksO You must add the foll...
Human Rights A341- Notes Year 10
Human Rights A341- Notes Year 10
Human Rights A341- Notes Year 10
Human Rights A341- Notes Year 10
Human Rights A341- Notes Year 10
Human Rights A341- Notes Year 10
Human Rights A341- Notes Year 10
Human Rights A341- Notes Year 10
Human Rights A341- Notes Year 10
Human Rights A341- Notes Year 10
Human Rights A341- Notes Year 10
Human Rights A341- Notes Year 10
Human Rights A341- Notes Year 10
Human Rights A341- Notes Year 10
Human Rights A341- Notes Year 10
Human Rights A341- Notes Year 10
Human Rights A341- Notes Year 10
Human Rights A341- Notes Year 10
Human Rights A341- Notes Year 10
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A PowerPoint used to help teach my GCSE CT students about the concepts of Human Rights.
Please reference A.Ali AST at The Bulmershe School if used.

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  • moral rights are based on beliefs... legal rights are based on law...
  • moral rights are based on beliefs... legal rights are based on law...
  • moral rights are based on beliefs... legal rights are based on law...
  • http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone/clips/human-rights-education-row/7520.html
  • http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-15739674 – BBC report http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-uE0qY0qXzY – the hate game
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e7hGmwH_X3E – ITN news story http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-15822625
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    1. 1. DiscussHuman Rights Are OnlyDesigned For The Rich…?
    2. 2. Human rights Syllabus Links…Controlled Assessment Preparation…
    3. 3. Human RightsReview…O Understand and give examples of human rightsO Distinguish between legal and moral rightsO Outline important conventions and laws on Human rights including UK Human Rights ActO Discuss where human rights violations occur
    4. 4. Human Rights ‘…the foundation offreedom, justice, and peace in the world’ – what do you think this means in practice?
    5. 5. Declaration of Human rightsO Can you remember all 30? Which is the most important?O Think about the entitlements you have in this country.
    6. 6. Every right comes with a responsibility…
    7. 7. FREEDOMOFSPEECH
    8. 8. Sensiblebehaviour
    9. 9. Religions
    10. 10. Awarenessof yourcommunity
    11. 11. Politicalcontrol
    12. 12. What does the picture make you think?
    13. 13. Rights and Responsibilities in a family…Rights Responsibilities
    14. 14. What is parental responsibility?O providing a home for the childO having contact with and living with the childO protecting and maintaining the childO disciplining the childO choosing and providing for the childs educationO determining the religion of the childO agreeing to the childs medical treatmentO naming the child and agreeing to any change of the childs nameO accompanying the child outside the UK and agreeing to the childs emigration, should the issue ariseO being responsible for the childs propertyO appointing a guardian for the child, if necessaryO allowing confidential information about the child to be disclosed
    15. 15. Rights and Responsibilities in a school…Rights Responsibilities
    16. 16. School Responsibilities…O You must be given 24 hours notice in writing if the school wants to give your child a detention out of school hours.O Schools must give you a written report on your child at least once a year.O Progress on all the National Curriculum subjects they have studiedO progress in other subjects and activitiesO general progress and attendanceO results in any National Curriculum tests and assessments
    17. 17. All human beings are entitled to…O Freedom O Right to a Fair trialO Equality O Right to privacyO Freedom from Slavery O Freedom from discriminationO Right to move within your own O Right to nationality countryO Freedom from torture O Right to claim asylum inO Treated equally in the law othersO Equal protection from the law O Right to own propertyO Right to select government O Right to religious freedomO Right to security O Right to freedom of speechO Right to work and workers rightsO Responsibilities to your community
    18. 18. Rights as freedoms and rights as entitlementsRights as freedoms Rights as entitlementsO Article 4: freedom from • Article 17: the right to slavery propertyO Article 19: freedom to • Article 24: the right to rest express and opinion and leisure • Article 26: the right to anO Article 20: freedom of education peaceful protestWhich do you think are more important, rights as freedomsor rights as entitlements?
    19. 19. UK Human O UK government incorporated European Convention into UKRights Act law in 1998 O This means human rights issues can be considered by British courts O Businesses and government organisations in the UK must consider human rights issues before making decisions.
    20. 20. The Articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights were set up to protectpeople . In the UK they are included as part of our laws. Not all countries do this!!! (Human Rights Act 1998; came into force 2002)
    21. 21. Legal rights• A right is something to which everyone is entitled.• Legal rights come from the law.Think of 3 examples of legal rights whichyou have under UK law?
    22. 22. Moral rightsO Moral rights originate in French revolution – ‘the rights of man’.O United Nations believes there are moral rights which can be applied to everyone, eg right to freedom from torture.O Moral rights are not always legally enforceable
    23. 23. When looking at the following pictures decide whether they show a legal or moral responsibility…
    24. 24. Smacking children
    25. 25. Smacking children
    26. 26. Reasonable chastisement is legalOParents in England and Wales who smack childrenso hard it leaves a mark will face up to five years injail under new laws in force from Saturday.
    27. 27. Smoking cigarettes around children
    28. 28. Smoking cigarettesaround children
    29. 29. Carrying a knife-
    30. 30. Carrying a knife-
    31. 31. Criminal Justice Act 1988O The Criminal Justice Act 1988 mainly relates to carrying knives in public places, Section 139 being the most important:O (1) Subject to subsections (4) and (5) below, any person who has an article to which this section applies with him in a public place shall be guilty of an offence. (2) Subject to subsection (3) below, this section applies to any article which has a blade or is sharply pointed except a folding pocketknife. (3) This section applies to a folding pocketknife if the cutting edge of its blade exceeds 3 inches. (4) It shall be a defence for a person charged with an offence under this section to prove that he had good reason or lawful authority for having the article with him in a public place.
    32. 32. Teenagers swearing in a public park-
    33. 33. Teenagers swearingin a public park-
    34. 34. O A High Court judge has ruled that people should not be punished for hurling obscenities in public because such words are now so common they no longer cause distress. Should the courts punish profanity?
    35. 35. Giving children healthy food-
    36. 36. Giving children healthy food-
    37. 37. Staying faithful in a relationship-
    38. 38. Staying faithfulin a relationship-
    39. 39. Privacy-
    40. 40. Privacy-
    41. 41. Summary…O Legal rights are…O Moral rights are…
    42. 42. Summary…O Legal rights are covered by Laws/Statutes/Acts/LegislationO Moral rights are based on our beliefs and values
    43. 43. Different types of law…O In groups of 4O Each person will be assigned a different type of law, using pages 8-10 you must research and present your ‘law’ to other members of the group.
    44. 44. PlenaryO Why are laws are necessary?O Where legal advice can be found?
    45. 45. Summary…O Legal rights are…O Moral rights are…
    46. 46. Wherewasthis?
    47. 47. Discussion O “Everyone is entitled to all the rights and point freedoms set forth in the Declaration without distinction of any kind.” (Article 2 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights) O Why do you think Article 2 includes everyone in the world in the UDHR? O What problems might there be inGenocide in Rwanda enforcing the UDHR?
    48. 48. Crisis in Sudan
    49. 49. How does the law protect our human rights? A legal right is when a law protects a human right
    50. 50. The right to education?• School attendance and absence: the lawThe law requires parents to make sure their children receive a full-time education suitable to their needs. For most children this means attending school regularly. As a last resort, schools and local authorities have legal powers to deal with poor attendance.But this is notthe case forAshleigh…
    51. 51. The right to be treated equally?LAW: The Race Relations Act says that it is an offence totreat a person differently because of their race, colour,nationality or ethnic origin.This was not the case for StephenLawrence. He was murdered in anattack outside a bus stop. Hismurderers were never caught anda report said the police were“institutionally racist”.There is currently a trial going onto try to put his murderers inprison.
    52. 52. The right to privacy of correspondence The law says that you cannot open somebody else’s post, or listen to phone conversations (the police are only allowed to do this if they think somebody is planning a terrorist attack or something that will endanger the public)• So why was a newspaper able to hack into the phone of a murdered teenage?
    53. 53. Discussion pointThe European Convention on Human Rights is legally enforceable, however, the Universal Declaration of Human rights is not legally binding but merely puts moral pressure on nations to conform.What are the arguments for and against making the UDHR a convention which is legally binding and setting up a world court to deal with alleged breaches of human rights?
    54. 54. Who is the worst?
    55. 55. Human Rights- Recap…O The historical origins of human rightsO The UN and European Council and Human RightsO The UK Human Rights ActO Human Rights Violations
    56. 56. Key words for this lessonO Human Rights – The basic entitlements of every human being in the world. Example: Shelter and food.O Justice – This means fairness, where everyone has equal rights and opportunities. Example: Human rights
    57. 57. BALANCING RIGHTS?O PRESS FREEDOM V PRIVACYO FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION V ENCOURAGING HATREDO SECURITY V PRIVACY
    58. 58. HOW DO THE PICTURES SHOW A CONFLICT IN RIGHTS?- GUESS WHAT THE PICTURES REPRESENT- THEN WRITE HOW THOSE RIGHTS CAN BERESTRICTED IN ORDER TO HELP MAINTAIN ORDER/PROTECT THE PUBLIC/BETTER THE COMMUNITY?
    59. 59. Section C Practice Question.O Can the rights of an individual ever be restricted?O 15 marksO You must add the following in your answer-O Human rightsO BalanceO No less than 1 side.
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