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Human Rights II

  1. 1. By: Marissa, Bea and Craig HUMAN RIGHTS
  2. 2. <ul><ul><ul><li>The issue is that people in most countries around the world are not getting their human rights. This is a problem because the most common result is death or poverty. The countries that this happens the most in are Africa, some parts of South America, Asia, and the Middle East. </li></ul></ul></ul>What is the issue?
  3. 3. <ul><li>This happens because of religious beliefs, poverty, and racism. In Africa the problem is mostly because of poverty. In South America the problem is poverty and racism. In Asia the problem is poverty and beliefs. And in the Middle East the problem is racism and religious beliefs. </li></ul>What causes this issue?
  4. 4. <ul><li>The main countries with human rights problems are in the Middle East. In some countries, women aren’t even allowed to drive! There are also smaller problems all over the world that involve human rights. The UN is also involved because they are trying to help these people without equal rights so that they will have their rights. The people who make the rules in countries so that not everyone has equal rights are involved because they are the cause of the problem of people having fewer rights than others. </li></ul>Who is involved?
  5. 5. <ul><li>The ones who are affected are the people who don’t have human rights because of poverty or racism and many other reasons. Poverty because, if they are poor they might not be able to afford medical treatment but most of all proper education. Racism because they might not get a job because of their skin color or any other reason. </li></ul>Who is affected and how?
  6. 6. <ul><li>Different solutions that are being sought are that maybe make poverty history in that way it will at least make a big deal of difference to the ones who don’t have human rights, but they might still not be able to buy their freedom but that will come with time. </li></ul>What are different solutions being sought?
  7. 7. <ul><li>I think that the best solution is for the UN to tell the countries with problems that they need to either change the rules that might cause problems or make new rules to make sure that everyone should get equal rights regardless of their race or gender. Famous people in the countries should also try to persuade people that all people should have equal rights. They could do this by making commercials, or giving speeches. This hopefully would tell people that it’s better to have equal rights. I think this is the best solution because the UN can’t just change what happens in a country because they don’t have that kind of power. </li></ul>6) What do you think is the best solution? (Think about the future and how peoples lives will be impacted, explain why you feel the way you do)
  8. 8. <ul><li>We can help donate money to different organizations that work with human rights and make sure that the money goes to people with out human rights. And we can also make sure that we inform people about human rights and explain to them what it is, and then maybe in the future or the next generation of people will know that we should all be treated the same and none should be treated worse than others. </li></ul>What can you do?
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