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Democratic rights by Arjun malik

Democratic Rights

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Democratic rights by Arjun malik

  1. 1. Elections and Institutions need to be combined with a third elementenjoyment of rights - to make a government democratic.
  2. 2. Rights are claims of a person over other follow beings, over the society and over the government. So a right is possible when you make a claim that is equally possible for others. Right acquire meaning only in society. Every society makes certain rules to regulate our conduct, they tell us what is right and what is wrong. What is recognized by the society as rightful become the bases of rights.
  3. 3. Democratic Companies Work Fast It may seem paradoxical to say that democratic companies know how to work fast but it’s true. Sure, the decision-making process, if it involves reaching a consensus, can take time. But the time and attention paid to everyone’s point of view only makes the execution phase faster once the decision is made. Democratic Companies Come Up With Smarter Ideas Every business owner knows the maxim, “Innovate or die.” But coming up with ideas and acting on them isn’t enough. You need smart ideas. How to get them? As James Surowiecki writes, tap the wisdom of your crowd. Democratic Companies Have Happier Employees The Gallup Organization recently reported that approximately threefourths of the US workforce is disengaged at work, costing $300 billion annually. Employees report that not being engaged also impacts their emotional and physical health.
  4. 4. a) The democratic leadership requires some favorable conditions in that the labor must be literate, informed and organized. This is not always possible. b) This approach assumes that all workers are genuinely interested in organization and that their individuals are goals successfully fused with the organizational goals. This assumption may not always be valid. c) There must be a total trust on the part of management as well as employees. Some employees may consider this approach simply an attempt to manipulate them. Accordingly the employees must be fully receptive to this approach to make it meaningful.
  5. 5. FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS
  6. 6. Right to Equality Right to constitutional Remedies Right to Freedom Right against Exploitation Cultural and Educational Rights Right to Freedom of Religion
  7. 7. The constitution says that the government shall not deny to any person in India equality before the law or the equal protection of the same manner to all, regardless of a person’s status. This is called the rule of law.
  8. 8. Freedom means absence of constraints. In practical life it means absence of interference in our affairs by other – be it other individuals or the government. We want to live in society, but we want to live in society, but we want to be free. Freedom of speech and expression Assembly in a peaceful manner Form associations and unions Move freely throughout the country Reside in any part of the country, and Practice any profession, or to carry on any occupation ,trade or business.
  9. 9. The constitution mentions three specific evils and declares these illegal. First, the constitution prohibits ‘traffic in human beings’. Traffic here means selling and buying of human beings, usually women, for immoral purpose.
  10. 10. You might wonder why were the constitution makers were so particular in providing written guarantees of the rights of the minorities. Why are there no special guarantees for the majority? Well, for the simple reason that the working of democracy gives power to the majority.

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