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    where they can take advantage of their human rights and feel secure. All around the world human rights violation occur on a daily basis and many people aren't aware of the struggles other people in other countries go through or people disregard these violations. In the Central African Republic, women and girls are used as sexual slaves, are being raped and beaten as a weapon of war between the Seleka and anti-balaka. Another instance of, human rights violation is that in Egypt many people are being

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    about other inmates? And it is a way for the men to meet outside of the internet and clubs even if they are in a jail house and their moves are being watched, because nobody can see their every single move. The government forgets “People have the right to reject homosexuality.” (El-Magd). A lot of people are born homosexual and are forced to live a life in

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    After reviewing the Human Rights Watch website, www.hrw.org, I decided to write my paper on the violation of the human rights of people with disabilities. I have a passion for working with people that have disabilities and I think so much more should be done for them. The United States have made great strides in being respectful for their human rights and it is time to see the rest of the world step up and take responsibility. There is also much more needed to be done in the United States but we

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    Human rights are one of the most important things a person can own in life. Human rights describe equal rights and freedom for anyone and everyone regardless of race, color, sex, language, religion or political affiliation. One should not be deprived of their rights because everyone are inherinted to their own rights, and no one should be able to take that away from anyone. Without them a person is nothing. You can’t live life or even survive in this world without your rights. No matter

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    “What are human rights?” When asked this question, many people would list 2 to 3 basic rights, the ones you learn in school basically, like the right to speak freely, to eat, to have a proper education… But that is not even half of the human rights. In the early ages, they were no human rights to abide by. Every country or culture had its own regulations and rules. However, in the beginning of World War II (What are human rights par1), an idea emerged entitled “freedom”. With it came out a document

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    Violations of Human Rights: Beyond the Gates The film, Beyond the Gates, shows audiences the horror that took place during the Rwandan genocide. Shot in the same area as the actual genocide took place, the film tells the story of the Hutu extremist attempt at destroying the countries minority group known as the Tutsi. Many human rights violations were shown in this movie, shedding light on the real issue of how the international community failed to intervene during this time of crisis and prevent

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    result. Human rights violations have become a big issue in Venezuela and there has been a lack of responsibility taken by those who commit these violations. This problem has progressively gotten worse over the years and as the situation in Venezuela worsens. Venezuela is still a developing country and its citizens have been losing more and more rights instead of gaining them. However, it has been difficult for other actors to intervene because of the complexity involved with these issues. Human rights

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    Human rights violations occur all around the world whether it's the genocide of millions because of beliefs or if it’s the fact that people are left with restrictions that others are not affected by, similar to the segregation that previously existed in the United States . One violation of human rights that occurred in Australia that has caused controversy was the sterilization of disabled women in Australia. This sterilization caused an uproar because of the violation of a woman’s right to produce

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    When the topic of human rights violations is brought up in regards to the Middle East, it is likely that countries such as Iraq, Saudi Arabia, and Syria are among the first to come to mind. Although Jordan does not have nearly as many violations as the aforementioned, several civil liberties are being consistently violated despite the country’s commitment to human rights and national security. Jordan has been one of the steadiest allies of the United States in the fight against terrorism as well

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    Human Rights Violation in the Philippines “All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.” Human rights describe equal rights and freedom for everybody by the fact of being human and without distinction of any kind of race, color, sex, language, religion, political or other opinions. However, many people have always suffered from the lack of them throughout history. In fact

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