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ARE HUMAN RIGHTS FOR ALL?

Alumn@s | 27 de Mayo de 2015

HUMAN RIGHTS DECLARATION

Human rights are rights inherent to all human beings, whatever our nationality, place of residence, sex, national or ethnic origin, colour, religion, language, or any other status. We are all equally entitled to our human rights without discrimination. These rights are all interrelated, interdependent and indivisible.

In all countries there are problems with democracy and inequality. Some more than others, although there are a few countries who know how to control those problems so common. They are: Norway, New Zealand, Denmark, Ireland, Japan, Finland, Sweden, Canada, Portugal, Austria and occurs where the opposite as you say your: Iraq, Sudan, Israel, Russia, Nigeria, Venezuela, Pakistan, Lebanon, Angola, Ivory Coast.

But in other countries for example homosexual peopel are persecuted and lots of them have to go abroad and leave their countries. Also depending on their religion lots of people are discriminated by others . Some women are forced to work a lot and they earn little money, this also happens to children and they become slaves. Also lots of people commit adultery with children or teenagers under 18 years old , they rape them and obligate them to lose their virginity and sometimes girls get pregnant and have to try to abort. Some of these rapists go to prision with dead sentence.

PLACES WHERE....:

  • Homosexual people are persecuted: Russia , Argelia, Mauritania,Libya,Morocco, Egypt. Among others
  • Depending on their religion people are persecuted:Egypt, Arabia Saudi, Sudan, Afganistan. Among others.
  • women are forced to work:Afganistan, Congo, Pakistan, India Somalia. Among others.
  • Children become slaves:Africa Haiti, Pakistan, India, Sudan, Siria, Qatar. Among others
  • Adultery is commited:India, Spain, Congo, Afganistan. Among others

We believe all people should have the same rights regardless of anything except that we are human beings, equal to the rest, does not care about religious beliefs, sex or culture or race. I think that nobody can decide about our life, what we have to do with her or the end of it, except us. I believe that the Declaration of human rights was a big step gave people to equality, and have to fight so that the Declaration the articles of the Declaration are carried  out correctly everywhere in the world.

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