Essay on Health and Social Care Unit 2 P1

707 Words Jun 11th, 2014 3 Pages
Equality is ensuring individuals or a group of individuals are treated fairly and equally. There are laws in place to ensure that this happens. In correspondence with the law, organisations have equality policies to make sure that everyone is treated correspondingly. In a health and social care setting such as a mental care home it is important that all individuals are being treated the same, whether from a different race or different belief or their gender, as well as holding to account on providing their individual needs, because not all of them have the same mental illness/condition.
Diversity is all about acceptance and respect. It means understanding that each individual has something different making them unique. These can be along
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Legal rights are also known as civil rights and are culturally and politically relative. * Claim right is a right which demands that another person has a duty to the right-holder. This means that somebody else must do or resist themselves from doing something to or for the claim holder, such as performing good service for him or her that he or she has a right to claim. For example, if person A has a right to claim that person B was meant to do something for them, person B has to fulfil their duties of what person A sent them to do in the first place. Having the right to claim requires that the duty-bearer must do the duties for the claimer to be satisfied. This duty can be to act on something or to refrain themselves acting in the future. For example, many judges have to acknowledge the rights to claim things like liberty, property and life these rights demands an obligation upon others not to abuse or restrain a person, or use their property without the claim-holder’s permission. * Liberty right is having the freedom or permission to do something and there are no agreements on other parties to do or not do anything. For example, if someone has a legal liberty to freedom of speech, that means that it is not legally forbidden for them to speak freely: it doesn’t mean that someone has to help enable their speech or listen to their speech or refrain from stopping

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