Presented by:-Presented by:-Neeraj DhimanNeeraj DhimanPresentationPresentationononHUMAN RIGHTSHUMAN RIGHTS
CONTENTSIntroduction of Human RightsOrigin of Human RightsTypes of Human RightsIssues under Human RightsNational Organizations Working For Human RightsInternational Organizations Working For HumanRightsHuman Rights in IndiaSuggestions
HUMAN RIGHTSHuman Rights are thoserights which are inherentin our nature and withoutwhich we can’t live ashuman beingsORare basic rights whichmany societies believethat all people shouldhave.
All human beings are born freeand equal in dignity and rights. They areendowed with reason and conscience andshould act towards one another in a spiritof brotherhoodArticle 1 of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR)
Origin of Human RightsConceptThe origin of Human Rights concept is in the 1948Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR).The aim of this Declaration was to set basicminimum international standards for the protectionof the rights and freedoms of the individual.The fundamental nature of these provisions meansthat they are now widely regarded as forming afoundation of international law regarding humanrights.
Types Of RightsThe rights include theRight to healthRight to educationRight to shelterRight to employmentRight to propertyRight to freedom of expressionRight to movement
Issues under HumanRightsLabour rightsChildren’s rightsRacial discriminationTerrorismEducationExtreme poverty Death penaltyForced or bonded labourGirl childrenWar crimesEnvironment
National OrganizationsWorking ForHuman RightsHuman Rights Unit (HRU)National Human RightsCommission(NHRC)Non governmentorganizations(NGO)e.g.-SMILE working forchildren
International OrganizationsWorking For Human RightsUNITED NATIONSHuman RightsCouncilSecurity CouncilOther UN TreatyBodies
Human Rights in IndiaSixty years after the Universal Declaration of HumanRights adopted by the United Nations, People in indiaare still tortured and ill-treatedWest Bengal, Orissa, and Jammu & Kashmir are theworst affected human rights violation state in IndiaInstitutional mechanisms failed to protect civil andpolitical rights or ensure justice for victims.A range of human rights violations occurred inNandigram generated by the local police and in Orissanot less than 50 people were injured in the strugglecarried out by farmers against their forceful eviction bythe government supporting steel plantproject.
SuggestionsProper implementation of Laws andRegulations for protection of human rightsSpread Awareness regarding human rightsby educating people.Promote NGOs to help people.