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Insofar as the mass media pay attention to human rights questions and issues, their focus is primarily on international relations and foreign policy. This would not give any reason for concern if the emphasis were just on human rights as an end to be achieved. In that respect two distinctive ways of twisting human rights may be discerned: Offensive and defensive human rights. Offensive human rights implies a focus on violations by other states. Illustrative in this respect is the usual practice in the relations between Cuba and the United States: In whatever forum possible, motions are put forward to censure the rival state.
According to a longstanding definition of non-discrimination, differential treatment does not constitute discrimination if the purpose or effect of the differential treatment is to achieve a legitimate aim and if the differential treatment can be objectively and reasonably justified. I conclude that the CRPD and its treaty body send mixed signals in relation to the pragmatic definition: The convention itself is silent as regards the pragmatic definition, and while the committee has in some instances invoked it, it also seems to be pointing toward a new approach that goes beyond the pragmatic definition. I survey three possible alternatives to the pragmatic definition, tracing each to suggestions in the jurisprudence of the Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, and illustrating how each can be applied in determining whether coercive psychiatry is discriminatory. Discrimination, de jure and de facto, continues to influence mental health services, depriving users of a variety of rights, including the rights to refuse treatment, to legal capacity and to privacy, and other civil and political rights. The role of psychiatry and other mental health professions is particularly important and measures are needed to ensure that their professional practices do not perpetuate stigma and discrimination. But what exactly is meant by discrimination?
This dissertation intends to assess critically various approaches towards theoretical justifications of human rights, arguing that there can be no grand synthesis thereof. In doing so, it aims to show that the concept of rights is inherently paradoxical, aiming to achieve a utopian ideal, yet, simultaneously, resorting to new forms of domination. The study concludes by calling for a revaluation of human rights in terms of affirming the principle of difference, instead of equality. Chapter One takes a genealogical approach towards the concept of human rights, seeking to reveal its philosophical origins, how it has changed over time, and to shed light on its inherent paradoxes and major critiques. It argues that while the human rights discourse originated as a form of resistance with the aim of liberation from oppression, it has, in fact, developed its own power relations, which produce inequalities. Chapter Two assesses critically the theories of Michael Perry, Alan Gewirth, Ronald Dworkin, John Rawls, Jacques Maritain, and Ari Kohen, dividing them into three major fields: religious, human agency, and political consensus-based approaches, respectively. It attempts to show that while claiming universality, these theories are mutually incompatible and each of them can lead to an exclusion of human beings, who are considered as different.
The purpose of this article is to reopen the debate on some conceptual issues of human rights, for the purpose of relaunching and revitalizing a politically mobilizing agenda for Latin America. The author defends the priority of civil and political rights over economic and social rights by reformulating, for example, the right to education, which has traditionally been understood to be part of economic and social rights. He also contends that it is both urgent and necessary to address through political action, and not within the domain of human rights, issues that raise controversies of a moral character in society. The case of abortion, which is still treated as a human rights issue in the United States, is sufficiently illustrative. Human rights language exists to remind us that there are some abuses that are genuinely intolerable, and some excuses for these abuses that are genuinely unbearable. Michael Ignatieff. Human rights: between history and politics.
Human rights are commonly understood as inalienable fundamental rights to which a person is inherently entitled simply because she or he is a human being. This chapter examines the concept of human rights and its origins, explaining the different terms and classifications. The origins of human rights may be found both in Greek philosophy and the various world religions. In the Age of Enlightenment 18th century the concept of human rights emerged as an explicit category. Human rights were henceforth seen as elementary preconditions for an existence worthy of human dignity. Before this period, several charters codifying rights and freedoms had been drawn up constituting important steps towards the idea of human rights.
Considered a foundational text in the history of human and civil rights , the Declaration consists of 30 articles detailing an individual's "basic rights and fundamental freedoms" and affirming their universal character as inherent, inalienable, and applicable to all human beings. Although not legally binding , the contents of the UDHR have been elaborated and incorporated into subsequent international treaties, regional human rights instruments, and national constitutions and legal codes. Cassin compared the Declaration to the portico of a Greek temple, with a foundation, steps, four columns, and a pediment. Articles 1 and 2—with their principles of dignity, liberty, equality and brotherhood—served as the foundation blocks. The seven paragraphs of the preamble, setting out the reasons for the Declaration, represent the steps leading up to the temple.
In exercising these functions, the Commissioner is also required to have regard to additional human rights instruments where appropriate, namely:. Simple definitions that are often given include: the recognition and respect of peoples dignity a set of moral and legal guidelines that promote and protect a recognition of our values, our identity and ability to ensure an adequate standard of living the basic standards by which we can identify and measure inequality and fairness those rights associated with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
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The concept of human rights is also invoked with increasing frequency in the context of security issues and as justification of armed conflict
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Human rights are universal and inalienable; indivisible; interdependent and interrelated.Aron C. 28.12.2020 at 07:01
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