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Human Rights and National and International Agencies – Class 10 Social Notes

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Human Rights and National and International Agencies Key Notes:

Human Rights and National and International Agencies some Keynotes:

Introduction:

  • Human rights are basic rights and freedoms that every human being is entitled to, regardless of their race, gender, nationality, or any other status.
  • The Universal Declaration of Human Rights outlines the 30 articles that enumerate the basic human rights that every person is entitled to.

An outline of the 30 articles of Universal Declaration of Human Rights:

  • The articles cover a range of rights, including the right to life, liberty, and security of person, freedom of speech, religion, and assembly, and the right to work, education, and health care.
  • The declaration also includes the prohibition of discrimination, slavery, torture, and arbitrary arrest or detention.

Introduction to Fundamental Rights:

  • Fundamental rights are those basic rights and freedoms that are guaranteed by a country’s constitution.
  • In Nepal, the Constitution of Nepal guarantees fundamental rights, such as the right to equality, freedom of speech, religion, and assembly, and the right to education and health care.

Role of National and International Agencies for the Protection and Promotion of Human Rights:

  • National agencies, such as the National Human Rights Commission of Nepal, have a responsibility to protect and promote human rights within their own country.
  • International agencies, such as the United Nations Human Rights Council, work to promote and protect human rights globally.
  • These agencies work to monitor and report on human rights violations, investigate and prosecute perpetrators, and provide support and assistance to victims of human rights abuses.

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