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    Therefore they will be able to empathize with them more. When care is being established for the individual concerned, their needs, preferences and requirements must be addressed. Seeing the service user as a biopsychosocial (sees individuals lead a biological, psychological and social dimension to their life) human being.…

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    protecting human rights and it should be proud of its position on the world stage.” Human Rights Commissioner Tim Wilson, Feb 3 2015. Analyse this statement with reference to at least two cases and one piece of legislation supporting your position. Be critical and analytical in your research and response. Within society, human rights play a crucial role for individuals and the community to ensure that everyone, regardless of “distinction of any kind, such as race, colour, sex, language,…

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    The history of human rights plays a crucial role in the lives of people from Latin America. The rights of humans have been violated for many decades and continue to be violated today. Since corruption continued to impact the lives of many individuals, human right organizing became a fundamental social and political movement that helped people bring awareness to the corruption happening in Latin America. Mobilizing grabbed the attention of activist, grassroots and middle level societies thus…

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    A. Plan of the Investigation This investigation analyses the role and how significant Eleanor Roosevelt was in the drafting of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR). To asses the role that Eleanor Roosevelt played in the drafting of the UDHR, this investigation will focus on “her appointment as U.S. representative to the United Nations from December 1945 until January 1953”(Beasley 214) and how this “led to her leadership of the Human Rights Commission, which produces the Universal…

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    United Nation Human Rights Commission (UNHRC) is an intergovernmental organization within the structure of the United Nations. It comprises of 47 Council positions intended to ensure a fair geographical representation. 13 members are drawn from Asia, 13 members from Africa, 8 from Caribbean and Latin American, 5 from Eastern Europe and 7 from Western Europe and other states. The Council was established in 2006 by the United Nations General Assembly to succeed the United Nations Commission on…

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    Mixed Results of the Human Rights Council When one pursues to have their own business, it becomes vital to have some sort of rules and arrangements in order for things run accordingly. It has been noted how “international managers must consider variables for implementing a strategy” (Deresky, 2014). That being said, one of the variables is to have an organizational structure, that can help every person involved to understand their assigned roles, and in return, possibly have a successful…

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    Africa and its legislation around freedom of speech and hate speech. It aims to define the term “freedom of speech and expression” in a democracy, as stated in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Article 19. Furthermore it will explore the principles of free speech based on international law and standards and the importance of free speech. We look at the meaning and the legislation around hate speech, and explore the impact of hate speech on freedom of expression. Moreover we inquire and…

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    The Universal Declaration of Human Rights which was adopted by United Nations General Assembly on December 10th 1945 defines freedom of religion and belief in its article 18 as follows: "Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion; this right includes freedom to change his religion or belief, and freedom, either alone or in community with others and in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship, and observance. Freedom to…

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    The Declaration of Human Rights recognises that each person has an inherent value and is based on the foundations of equality, dignity, and mutual respect. These Rights are shared universally and outline that all people have the freedom to be treated fairly, as well as being able to make choices in their daily lives (United Nations, 1948). The United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (2006) further protects and ensures the rights and freedoms of people with…

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    My project goal was to research if someone famous like Emma Watson could affect the world with help from a world wide group like the UN. I think that she will be able to change the world and make it a better place. My procedure to prove this hypothesis was to research women's rights and the united nations using encyclopedias and books from the library. I also used the internet to research Emma Watson and UN organizations. The UN is an organization of nations that work for world peace and…

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