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    Civil rights have generally evolved since the beginning of our nation. In terms of representation, when the United States was first founded, African Americans were only accumulated as three/fifths of a person in term of the total population of a state and representation. At this time they were not considered real people by the white population. African slaves were treated like property instead of people, and were used as a source of cheap free labor. These people had no rights if they were slaves

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    equally with the same standards in the political, economic, social, and cultural spectrum. Women should be granted all the rights as men in politics and social settings, because both should share equal rights. The US should sign this declaration on women because they need protection against their religion, which can violate their basic human rights. Religion might violate a women’s right because without a man they are nothing and are banished from remarrying, and inheriting property. It’s a violation for

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    Rights of celebrities There are laws that protect the rights of celebrities due to the reason of protecting their artwork, faces, voices and so forth to be exploited without consent. The idea of this protection is to ensure that their rights, not only as a celebrity but also as a human being are preserved. However due to the infringement of their rights by people who are able to acquire their artwork has led to the creation of laws to protect their rights. There are many types of rights that every

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    there are many instruments for protecting Human Rights. Yet every day around the World Human Rights get violated. Why if there are so many documents protecting Human Rights does it still occur, this is because countries don’t enforce Human Rights properly. Human Rights are inalienable which means that they cannot be taken away from anyone. Every person in the world has human rights that don’t have to earned. (Slater, 2016) 2. The Violation of Human Rights Internationally 2.1 Human Trafficking: Every

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    Animal Rights and Human Rights

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    are no degrees of moral standing” (Waller, 2011). Animals and humans are equal. Just because a human is smarter than an animal does not give it any more rights than the animal. Utilitarianism casts a wide moral net: all who are capable of feeling pleasure or pain must be counted in our moral decision making (Waller, 2011). Animals should have rights such as humans do even though they may not be as smart as we are, they should still be treated with dignity because they still feel pain. This is animal

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    Social Rights: Ignored Basic Rights

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    no secure form of income. Social rights such as affordable housing, guarantee income, education, etc. should be considered human rights, and everyone in the world should be able to access these and in turn, have a basic standard of living. If everyone had access to these basic rights, the world would be much better. There would be no one living on the streets and no one having to starve their families because of no money. Some people believe that these social rights should only be given to you if you

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    Cape Verde should implement animals rights laws and create animal shelters Most of modern societies nowadays have laws protecting animal rights; however, there are countries where animal rights do not exist or are protected. Cape Verde and many other third world countries, do not have any laws that protect animals rights. Cape Verde is an under development country, composed by ten islands, situated in the west coast of Africa. Majority of its territory is rural, and its citizens treat animals more

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    In the 1970s the question of animal rights became a major social issue that more people started to take notice and action in. This discovery of the cruelty these animals go through, lead animal cruelty to become a serious issue in our world today. To understand how animals could be treated so unjustly one would need to know that many believed that animals could not feel pain. However, animals can feel pain just like humans can and using them for experimentation causes them extreme pain. “Each year

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    have similar rights like they do. While others think that it is very important to use these animals for people’s interests, such as food and medical uses. They believe that it is acceptable because humans are the most important creatures on earth and that there would be no life without humans. Animals deserve rights, and these rights should annihilate the problems with animal abuse, abandonment, and animal experimentation. What is or who are PETA exactly? PETA are an American animal rights organization

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    Authorization of Resource Rights

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    The issue of resource rights within a particular territory has been addressed by many political philosophers, among who are Leif Wenar and Cara Nine. Both philosophers try to determine and argue to whom this right over resources justly belongs. Wenar argues that resources within a particular geography belong to people of that territory. However, current global commerce can be characterized as failure of institutions to enforce these property rights. Particularly, it gives rise to brutal authoritarians

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