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    Only in the past century has the international community sought to design rule to promote and protect human rights. Since the United Nations was established in 1945, world leaders have collaborated to categorize human rights in a universally recognized regime of treaties, institutions, and norms. Despite achieving some success through implementation of national and international institutions, significant challenges to promoting and sustaining human rights persist. Thus, in a world where human rights atrocities affect millions and the UN Charter affirms “fundamental freedoms (The United Nations 1948)” while simultaneously upholding other nations cannot interfere with states’ domestic matters, imposing economic sanctions on governments that violate…

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    The Democratic Republic of the Congo is a violent place to live; many human rights violations are being broken. The authorities are taking away basic freedom of expression and assembly rights that are protected under Congo’s constitution and international human rights law. The government will not allow them to speak freely about their political views. In the Democratic Republic of the Congo and in the east of the country, all forms of sexual violence have been named the worst in the world.…

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    Peoples Republic of Korea (DPRK) has been under the watchful eye of many nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) such as Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International, among others; as well as perhaps the most well known intergovernmental organization (IGO), The United Nations. The accusations laid against the DPRK are egregious and according to The United Nations, the DPRK is sui generis (in their own category). The alleged human rights violations that the DPRK has imposed on its citizens include,…

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    core international human rights treaties. Each of the treaties was monitored by a committee of experts in implementing the treaty provisions by member states. Some of the treaties were supplemented by optional protocols" to deal with specialized concerns (United Nations, 2010). An emerging aspect of human rights is that international human rights law applies to multinational organizations and private-sector companies (Fariss, 2014). Some scholars argue that the treaties of the International…

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    Human rights violations are committed on a seemingly regular basis, and there is a pattern in why they happen. All around the world, people harm and disrespect the rights of others. People harass and kill other people all the time; so often that many people are desensitized to these crimes. These commonly occurring human rights violations are often under punished, and the pattern behind why this happens is personal interest. Personal interests is a reason for under punishment in a human…

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    Human rights are basic rights that belong to everyone, regardless of gender, sexuality, national origin, etc. But, around the world, countries have been abusing these rights by taking them away from people. In China and in Russia, these violations take place everyday. This includes sexual orientation, gender identity, women’s rights, and freedom of assembly issues. China In China, there is a population of 1,355,692,576 based off the data count in July 2014 (China Demographics). The birth rate…

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    Throughout history, many people have been oppressed and denied human rights. The way people think about human rights have evolved. Back then many people thought it was ok to oppress the citizen in order to become superior while today we find human rights violation inhumane. Governments have tried to oppress the people of their country in order to remain in power; some have succeeded while some have failed. When the people were oppressed, there is often one individual who steps up and helps fight…

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    Throughout the United States overcrowding in correctional facilities has posed a universal violation of Human Rights in offender’s health and security. The United States Criminal Justice System and Human Rights Violations are recognized within the United Nations Charter- UNODC United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime violate article 1 & 5 and article 7 & 10 (1) of the ICCPR and of the 8th amendment Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman, degrading Treatment or Punishment…

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    In North Korea there have been many human rights violations. Many people have been incarcerated and many others killed. On top of that there were also many slaves. The government also holds much control over the entire country of North Korea and the Korean citizens. The Korean government has made many errors or mistakes for the country and their people. Korea has done many horrifying things such as torture, extermination, murder, enslavement, torture, imprisonment, rape and forced…

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    behind closed doors, masked by the media and covered by the government, human rights violation is something that is happening all around the world with little to no recognition. Some may argue that the people who fell victims to human rights abuse did not obey the rules or laws so they deserved it, which may be true. But would you still say that if the rights of your own or someone you love started to be violated? With hope of a resolution, an independent international organization in support…

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