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Human Rights: Issues & Challenges in Contemporary World

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Dr. Dalliandeep Kaur Tiwana, Dr. Geeta





Nitya Publications, Bhopal



Human Rights: Issues & Challenges in Contemporary World

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Enormous violations of human rights are the features of the society which is in immense crises.  Universal aspect for human rights could lead to a chain reaction that would help to solve the major problems of this world.  Human Rights are considered as inherent rights which we posses by the virtue of being born as human beings. In simple language we can term them as a moral principle or norms for certain standards of human behaviour and it become the duty of the present regimes to protect them at any coast. It was the year 1949 when milestone document for the protection of these basic rights were adopted by United Nation General Assembly in Paris on 10th December named as United Nations Declaration on Human Rights (UDHR).  The effect of the same is that More than 70 human rights treaties are currently in force at both the global and regional levels. As far as India is concerned, there is no contradiction between the individual and the social good and natural rights and development. Indian Constitution also in its part third provides some basic human rights which are termed as fundamental rights, because these are fundamental to the mere existence of human beings. Due to this reason they are made enforceable against the state, violation of the same may drag the state to the constitutional courts.

The reader of the book will find some entry points into the fields of human rights action, thought, and legislation in this book. This book focuses on the ability of ideas to inspire people to rise up against injustice and decency. Human rights theories instead give us the language to argue about which interests should take precedence and how to best accomplish the goals we have set for ourselves.




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