Since the end of Second World War, there has been a concerted attempt by the nations of the world to work together to identify how Human Rights can best be promoted and protected. Human Rights are important for society to live through its practices, behavior, and attitudes. Human rights values means to support the oppressed, embrace the excluded, advocate for the voiceless, and celebrate the diversity of our community. These basic rights are what our men and women in uniform are striving to attain for the people of the nation. Human rights promotion is the work of all levels of society. Putting human rights ideas into practice can helps us create the kind of society we want to live in. Human rights are an important part of how people interact with others at all levels in society - in the family, the community, schools, the workplace, in politics and in international relations. It is vital therefore that people everywhere should strive to understand what human rights are. When people better understand human rights, it will be easier for them to promote justice and the well-being of society.
Contents included in this book are related with The Origin and Evolution of Human Rights, Historical Development of Human Rights, Right to Information – Master Key to Human Rights, Significance of Article 21 and Human Rights Jurisprudence, The Foremost Step towards Effervescent Democracy – Human Rights, Environmental Dumping of Waste Paper: A Human Right Issue, Water as a Human Right: A Challenge, Changing Dimensions of Human Rights, Human Rights Abuses and Corporate Responsibility, Human Rights for Women employees, Human Rights: Consumer Security & Wakefulness, Child Labour & Human Rights, Human Rights Education: An Instrument to Humanism, Human Rights and Democracy, Human Right for a Healthy and Safety Security in Factories, Human Rights Economics & the individual, Rights of Children in India and Human Trafficking – A Curse for Human Pursuit.
This book will be of use to all Human Rights organizations, judges and lawyers, politicians and statesmen, scholars and students and all others interested in the Human Rights and wellbeing of human in India.
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