Important of Human Rights in a democracy and in health and social care

why are human rights important in a democracy and in health and social care

why are human rights important for

 development?

Human rights are the maximum essential and simple rights

that each person has proper from the second one he/she took

beginning and it maintains until he/she dies. Human rights

can not be taken far from someone irrespective of religion,

caste or religion someone chooses to trust in. However, human

rights may be confined to an extent. Human rights are the

pathway to getting justice. The are the protecting laws. There

are thirty Human rights which might be defined in The

Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR). The

examples of human rights are:


Right to equality (Article 1)

Right to life, liberty and security (Article 3)

Freedom from torture and degrading treatment (Article 5)

Freedom from slavery (Article 4)

Right to education (Article 26)

Right to non violent meeting and association (Article 20)

Right to good enough residing standard (Article 25)

Freedom of Belief and Religion (Article 18)

Freedom of Opinion and Information (Article 19)

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