Reflective Essay On Human Rights

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For my Human Rights through a camera lens essay, I picked seven-year-old Indira from Katmandu, Nepal and fourteen-year-old Irkena from the Kaisut Dessert, in Kenya. Both of these kid’s rooms and pictures tells a story about their everyday lives and homes which they live in. What their photos tell me about human rights is that some people in this world have them and some don’t.
Seven-year-old Indira from Nepal shares a one room home with her whole family. Judging by the picture that is taken I can say that she’s probably forced to work at her young age to support her family. This is a problem for a lot of third-world countries. The kids are forced to grow up early. Not being able to enjoy their youth.
The way that Indira’s family is living in Nepal violates many Human Rights laws that she’s supposed to have as a human living on this earth. Article 25 of the Human Rights laws states that everyone should have standard living. Indira’s family doesn’t have that
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