Separation Of Women's Rights

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Human rights are rights for all human beings, whatever the nationality, sex, ethnic origin, color, religion, language or any other status might be. It is based on principles of equality, respect, fairness, and dignity. The human rights cover everyday life from the right to food, health, shelter, education, freedom of expression, religion and thought. The rights a nation is bond to give is known as civil rights which are (i) Right to life, liberty and security of persons, (ii) Right to freedom from slavery (iii) Right to freedom from inhuman torture or punishment, (iv) Right to Equality of Persons before law, equal protection of law, right to judicial remedies, and right to freedom from arbitrary arrest, detention or exile, (v) Right to fair …show more content…
For many centuries, men have been the dominant and women have been the minority. Men were the breadwinners and while the women stayed home and took care of the children and housework. The unequal treatment of women is something that should have stayed in primitive times. Gender inequality is something that our society often takes for granted; it is accepted and seems so normal in society nowadays. women face structured disadvantages in many if not all, countries of the world. These differences often seem invisible to most of the people even though it happens in our everyday life in everything from education and employment to the media and politics, without us being aware of it. The notion of being a female is considered to have more challenges than male within also in the mass media. There is an unbalanced and stereotyped representation of women in the media and a lot of the time they are dominated by men in their roles. Gender inequalities traditionally were greatly enforced in media output with women being used in advertisements to sell anything from household items to cars. As well as this, women were often portrayed as 'objects’ in the media, especially when men’s magazines were first distributed. This still happens in recent times as women are displayed in the magazines mostly for male entertainment which is a major gender inequality as it uses the objectification of women. Another essential part of women rights is …show more content…
Some people think that freedom is the absence of laws, regulation, and restrictions. For some people, freedom is about the avoidance of work and obligation. When people have limited freedom they will rebel but sometimes their acts of rebellion breach the rights of others. This brings us to the complexity of this issue. What is too much freedom and what is not enough? This is the ongoing disagreement on the amount of freedom every individual should have. We need to be protected from those people who would try to take advantage and push the boundaries, without limiting the freedoms of those who are responsible, respectful people. Social control is another issue that provokes thought and frequently causes a clash of opinion. What is the balance that allows for peace and order without restricting our activity and our choice? Without some social control, there would be chaos. Too much control may also infringe on our basic rights. Human rights have always had a brighter prospect if their right to information assures the people. They must know what is happening around them. Such a mechanism to ensure the right to know if rightly developed can ensure both promotion and protection of human rights and prevention of their

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