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Human Rights Concepts & Know Your Rights!!!

Human Rights Concepts & Know Your Rights!!!



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  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_rights
  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_human_rights
  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geneva_Conventionshttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hague_Conventions_of_1899_and_1907
  • http://www.mediafire.com/?tzbe8xsdqhda4me

Human Rights Concepts & Know Your Rights!!! Human Rights Concepts & Know Your Rights!!! Presentation Transcript

  • A National“Human Rights Education” Program Andeel Ali District Project Manager Karachi – Hyderabad – Sukkur Youth Parliament of Pakistan
  • The Geneva Conventions:the core of international humanitarian law, ICRC
  • (Summary Version)The General Assembly proclaims this Universal Declaration ofHuman Rights as a common standard of achievement for allpeoples and all nations, to the end that every individual andevery organ of society, keeping this Declaration constantly inmind, shall strive by teaching and education to promoterespect for these rights and freedoms and by progressivemeasures, national and international, to secure their universaland effective recognition and observance, both among thepeoples of Member States themselves and among the peoplesof territories under their jurisdiction.
  • Article 1Right to Equality
  • Article 2Freedom fromDiscrimination
  • Article 3Right to Life, Liberty,Personal Security
  • Article 4Freedom fromSlavery
  • Article 5Freedom from Tortureand DegradingTreatment
  • Article 6Right to Recognitionas a Person before theLaw
  • Article 7Right to Equalitybefore the Law
  • Article 8Right to Remedy byCompetent Tribunal
  • Article 9Freedom fromArbitrary Arrest andExile
  • Article 10Right to Fair PublicHearing
  • Article 11Right to beConsidered Innocentuntil Proven Guilty
  • Article 12Freedom fromInterference withPrivacy, Family, Homeand Correspondence
  • Article 13Right to FreeMovement in and outof the Country
  • Article 14Right to Asylum inother Countries fromPersecution
  • Article 15Right to a Nationalityand the Freedom toChange It
  • Article 16Right to Marriageand Family
  • Article 17Right to OwnProperty
  • Article 18Freedom of Beliefand Religion
  • Article 19Freedom of Opinionand Information
  • Article 20Right of PeacefulAssembly andAssociation
  • Article 21Right to Participate inGovernment and in FreeElections
  • Article 22Right to SocialSecurity
  • Article 23Right to DesirableWork and to JoinTrade Unions
  • Article 24Right to Rest andLeisure
  • Article 25Right to AdequateLiving Standard
  • Article 26Right toEducation
  • Article 27Right to Participate inthe Cultural Life ofCommunity
  • Article 28Right to a Social Orderthat Articulates thisDocument
  • Article 29Community DutiesEssential to Free andFull Development
  • Article 30Freedom from State orPersonal Interference inthe above Rights
  • It is our duty to ensure that these rights are a living reality -- that they are known, understood andenjoyed by everyone, everywhere. It is often those who most needtheir human rights protected, who also need to be informed that the Declaration exists -- and that it exists for them. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon
  • Pakistan
  • EducationalHRE....? programmes and activities that focus on promoting equality in human dignity in conjunction with other programmes such as intercultural learning and participation
  • Action Understanding AwarenessIt Promotes….. about individuals and collective rights and responsibilities.
  • Attitudes & ValuesLearning through and learning in HR Skills Learning for HR Knowledge (About HR)
  • Sense of ? ResponsibilityAppreciation Commitment to& Acceptance Personalfor Diversity Development Attitude Learning for and in HREmpathy & Solidarity Human Dignity & Self Worth Sense of Justice ?
  • Active Listening Skills Learning for HRCritical ?Thinking
  • Key Concepts Historical (rights, freedom, responsibility, universality, interdependence, justice Events ,equality, human dignity) Social Changes ? Civil & Political Knowledge Rights Learning about HRSocial andEconomic International Rights Instruments for International ? Protection & and National Implementation Units of HR Protecting HR
  • andeel.ali@youthparliament.org.pkpk.linkedin.com/in/andeelslideshare.net/thinktank1987+92-32-12537250
  • YPP: http://youthparliament.org.pkYPP @ FB: https://www.facebook.com/youthparliamentofpakistanKnow Your Rights! 1st National Project Steering Committee meeting:http://goo.gl/jZz3CTraining of Trainers of KNOW YOUR RIGHTS!!! (Sindh & Balochistan):http://goo.gl/HVUhP1st Session of KNOW YOUR RIGHTS!!!: http://goo.gl/ti08OCOMPASS Manual: http://eycb.coe.int/compass/en/contents.htmlHuman Rights: http://goo.gl/mCrSzhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_rightshttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_human_rightshttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geneva_Conventionshttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hague_Conventions_of_1899_and_1907Constitution of Pakistan: http://www.mediafire.com/?tzbe8xsdqhda4me