Rights Essays

Diversity_ Individual Rights and Social Care Settings

Diversity recognises, respect and people’s differences to have a say and to realise the full potential by promoting different cultures to all members of staff and students within a school. Within schools diversity is promoted from an early age because of mixed classes of boys and girls and children from different cultures. Children will learn from being in school that every body’s different but we treat them equally. An example of this is another religion could be in the criteria…

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The Vindication of the Rights of Women

‘In the Grass’ and The Vindication of the Rights of Women are two works which consider the woman and her relationship with men. This is the only way they are similar, because the lead woman of each one is very different in their ideals of their relationship with their man. In the poem, ‘In the Grass’ by Annette Droste-Hustoll, we find a woman who is mourning the loss of a beloved man, though one doesn’t know if it is her…

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Duty of Care in Own Work Role

Having a duty of care in your own work role is a requirement to avoid negligence and harm and the safeguarding of children under your care. Young children are very venerable and are almost entirely dependent on adults to care for them in ways that help to protect them from harm. This could be physically or psychologically, u must be aware of the signs that a child may be experiencing harm and know the correct procedures to deal with it….

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Unicef and the Safeguard of Children Rights

UNICEF’s mission is to advocate for the protection of children’s rights, to help meet their basic needs and to expand their opportunities to reach their full potential. UNICEF is guided in doing this by the provisions and principles of the Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNICEF, 2008). Built on varied legal systems and cultural traditions, the Convention is a universally agreed set of non-negotiable standards and obligations (UNICEF, 2006). The Convention on the Rights of the Child is…

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Women’s Rights

Women’s Rights have changed without a doubt since 1945. Many opportunities arose for women and women could do things they could never do before. They were able to voice their opinions without being suppressed and this made women very happy. Prior to 1945, women’s rights were limited in areas such as politics, employment opportunities and social opportunities available to them. Largely, women were expected to be wives, mothers and work within the home; this was particularly the case for middle…

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Rights of Enemy Combatants

The September 11 2001 US bombing was followed by a US declaration of war against terrorism. The reason the US government cited for the war declaration was the intention to rid the world of all international terrorism groups that posed a formidable danger to the civilian life which is obviously innocent. True to its promise of war against terrorism, the US government has been seen to make progress. By 2003, the US government was holding about 762 terrorism suspects in…

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Stand Up Constitution

PREAMBLE We, the member organization of the Student Alliance for the Advancement of Democratic Rights in UP (STAND UP), imbued with a strong desire to advance student rights and welfare, recognizing the need to unite the studentry and link its struggle with the basic sectors of the society in pursuing for a nationalist, scientific and mass –oriented education, do hereby ordain and promulgate this constitution. Article IGeneral Provisions Section 1This alliance of various student organizations and individuals of the University…

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Pepsi in Burma

Question 1 Identify the moral issues that are raised by Pepsi’s presence in Burma. A moral issue can be defined as any issue concerning how one ought to behave, how others ought to behave, or whether a situation is proper or improper. Morality is judged based on what is right or wrong. Pepsi’s presence in Burma raised several ethical and moral concerns due government operations under the military regime. In the 1990’s Burma was undergoing social, economic and political crisis…

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Rights and Responsibilities of Service Users

Service users rights- hospital they have the right to be respected this means that they have the right to be treated the same as every one else and how they want to be treated. For example they might not want to be treated by a certain gender of doctor so they will have to respect that and arrange something else for them. For example if you have a Muslim then they might not want to be examined unless they have…

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The Scottsboro Trials

Abstract The boys, who came to be known as the Scottsboro boys, lived in a time of extreme racial prejudice in the Deep South. Falsely accused of the rape of two white girls, no money for adequate representation, and a court system that would like to dispense with them as quickly as possible, all nine boys were convicted. The Scottsboro trials established a precedent for a Constitutional right to adequate counsel, no matter what color your skin is, and eventually…

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Legislation and Regulatory Bodies

Children Act 1989 This act acknowledged that children have rights and that their needs are paramount. Children Act 2004 This act was written as a result of the death of a child due to neglect. The act expressed that every child matters and identified outcomes for all children to be healthy, stay safe, enjoy and achieve, make a positive contribution and achieve economic wellbeing. Although every child matters there is no longer an official programme there are no plans to…

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Invidual Rights Vs Public Order

There is no right that is more fiercely guarded than of the Freedom of Speech. The right to be heard and the right to speak freely is an important aspect of every government that is accorded such a primacy in the hierarchy of rights. The reason for this is that every government is primarily established for the benefit of the people and when that government, for one reason or another, fails in its solemn obligation the citizens have the Freedom…

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Privacy Rights and Press Freedom

Oftentimes, the Court is confronted with the issue: Which right demands greater protection, the right to privacy or the freedom of expression or of the press? The so called balancing-of-interest doctrine gives the court the prerogative which right demands greater protection.  In Lagunzad v. Sotto vda. De Gonzales (92 SCRA 476, August 6, l976), the Supreme Court defined the rule of balancing-of-interest as a principle which “requires a Court to take conscious consideration of the interplay of interests observable in…

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Political Theory

Envy Test—The theory that the division of resources is actually equal if and only if one person does not prefer someone else’s portion of the wealth to his own. That means that if everyone in society is ahppy with what they have as compared to what everyone else has then the society passes the envy test. This has never happened and seems contrary to human nature. The further fallacy is that it could ever be achieved in that some people…

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The Right to Die_ an Ethical Battle

The Right to die is a highly debatable and argumentative subject at present surrounded by controversy and dilemma requiring public attention. For years, arguments among different doctrines and viewpoint in regards to ones “right to die” have public opinion beginning to move away from modern medicine, back to the historical arguments on euthanasia: to avoid suffering the dying person has the right to end their life by another if that is necessary. Our society is at war in arguing to…

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