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Powerpoint presentation based on Human Rights, created for Yuva-ignited minds, a NGO I am currently associated with.

Powerpoint presentation based on Human Rights, created for Yuva-ignited minds, a NGO I am currently associated with.

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  • EDUCATION MODULES MODULE TWO medium Yuva EDUCATION Shahrukh S Rahman Sec E, BBM 1 st Year CMS Basic HUMAN RIGHTS for all Ignited minds
  • Fight For Your Human Rights… What are H U M A N R I G H T S ? Every person is entitled to certain rights-simply by the fact that they are a human being. They are “rights” because they are the things that you are allowed to be, to do or to have. These rights are there for the protection against people who want to harm or hurt you. They are also there to help us get along with each other and live in peace. HUMAN RIGHTS are the basic rights and freedoms which all human beings are entitled, often held to include the right to life and liberty, freedom of thought and expression, and equality before the law
  • A Brief History 1215: The Magna Carta Giving people new rights and making the king subject to law. 1628: The Petition Of Right Setting out rights for the people. 1776: The United States declaration of independence Proclaiming the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. 1789: The declaration of the Rights of man and of the citizen In France, stating that all the citizens are equal under the law. HUMAN RIGHTS 1948: THE Universal Declaration Of Human Rights
  • During World War II, tens of millions of people died. In addition to those who lost their lives in the fighting, the Nazis in Germany killed millions in cold blood. When the war ended in 1945, the victorious nations met to decide how to prevent such acts from happening again. They formed the United Nations to advance human rights and peace. The United Nations created the Universal Declaration Of Human Rights, the first truly universal human rights document. Eleanor Roosevelt, the woman who led the committee that created this document, stated that the Declaration grants rights for all Mankind. The United Nations also took other steps. One was to create international Laws to protect human rights, a process that took almost twenty years. International laws are laws agreed upon by many countries, and so they apply not just in one country but in all the countries that agree to them. The countries that belonged to the United Nations also brought these rights to the rest of the world. As a result, the basic law of many nations Today include the rights contained in the Declaration. THE UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS
  • HUMAN RIGHT-1 WE all are born free & equal
  • DON’T DISCRIMINATE HUMAN RIGHT-2
  • HUMAN RIGHT-3 THE RIGHT TO LIFE
  • HUMAN RIGHT-4 NO SLAVERY
  • HUMAN RIGHT-5 NO TORTURE
  • HUMAN RIGHT-6 YOU HAVE RIGHTS NO MATTER WHERE YOU GO
  • WE ARE ALL EQUAL BEFORE THE LAW HUMAN RIGHT-7
  • HUMAN RIGHT-8 YOUR HUMAN RIGHTS ARE PROTECTED BY LAW
  • NO UNFAIR DETAINMENT HUMAN RIGHT-9
  • HUMAN RIGHT-10 THE RIGHT TO TRIAL
  • HUMAN RIGHT-11 WE’RE ALWAYS INNOCENT TILL PROVEN GUILTY
  • HUMAN RIGHT-12 THE RIGHT TO PRIVACY
  • HUMAN RIGHT-13 FREEDOM TO MOVE
  • HUMAN RIGHT-14 THE RIGHT TO SEEK A SAFE PLACE TO LIVE
  • RIGHT TO A NATIONALITY HUMAN RIGHT-15
  • HUMAN RIGHT-16 MARRIAGE AND FAMILY
  • HUMAN RIGHT-17 THE RIGHT TO YOUR OWN THINGS
  • HUMAN RIGHT-18 FREEDOM OF THOUGHT
  • HUMAN RIGHT-19 FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION
  • THE RIGHT TO PUBLIC ASSEMBLY HUMAN RIGHT-20
  • HUMAN RIGHT-21 THE RIGHT TO DEMOCRACY
  • HUMAN RIGHT-22 SOCIAL SECURITY
  • HUMAN RIGHT-23 WORKERS’ RIGHTS
  • HUMAN RIGHT-24 THE RIGHT TO PLAY
  • HUMAN RIGHT-25 FOOD AND SHELTER FOR ALL
  • HUMAN RIGHT-26 THE RIGHT TO EDUCATION
  • HUMAN RIGHT-27 COPYRIGHT
  • HUMAN RIGHT-28 A FAIR AND FREE WORLD
  • HUMAN RIGHT-29 RESPONSIBILITY
  • HUMAN RIGHT-30 NO ONE CAN TAKE AWAY YOUR H U M A N R I G H T S !
  • THE END SHAHRUKH SOHEIL RAHMAN CMS 1 st Year, 2009 Yuva Education