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UNDERSTANDING ON HUMAN RIGHTS
Aspiration protect the dignity of all human beings is at the core of the concept of human rights. It considered the human individual is the focus of attention. It is based on a global system of common values in order to contribute to the sacredness of life and create a framework to build the system of human rights, are the norms and international standards of protection. During the twentieth century, human rights have developed as a moral framework, political, legal, and as a guide for developing a world free from fear and freedom to do what you want.
Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) was adopted by the United Nations in 1948 refers to the main pillars of the human rights system, ie freedom, equality and solidarity. Freedom of thought, belief and religion as well as freedom of opinion and freedom of expression, human rights are protected. Similarly, human rights and ensure equality, such as the right to equal protection against any form of discrimination in the enjoyment of all human rights, including the right to full equality between man and woman. The solidarity shown in the economic and social rights, like the right to enjoy social security, pay, and there are a sufficient standard of living, the right to health and access to education is an integral part of human rights framework.
These rights belong to five main themes is the right of political, civil, economic, social and cultural, legal recorded in the Conventions
equal relationship with the UDHR to form the Ministry of human rights law.
is the slogan of the Vienna World Conference on Human Rights in 1993. Human rights empower individuals and communities, to seek social change, towards the full implementation of all human rights. The conflict should be resolved peacefully in accordance with the rule of law and the human rights framework.
However, human rights may interfere with each other, they are limited by the rights and freedoms of others or by the requirements of morality, public order and the general welfare in a civil society all (Article 29 of the UDHR). Human rights of others should be respected, not just tolerated. Human rights are not used to violate the rights of others (Article 30 of the UDHR). Therefore, all conflicts must be solved, but still must respect human rights even in times of emergency and in case of need to impose some restrictions.
Therefore, people, women, men, youth and children need to know and understand human rights as they relate to the concerns and aspirations of her. This can only be achieved through education and learning of human rights in a formal or non-formal. Learn the principles and procedures on human rights, will encourage people to participate in the decision for life, his work towards conflict resolution and peacekeeping-oriented human rights and is a clear strategy taking human development, social and economic-centered.
Education and understanding of human rights (HRE) should be all the actors, stakeholders, civil society is as well as governments and transnational companies with implementation. Through an understanding of human rights, truth "human rights culture" will be developed based on the respect, protection and implementation, compliance and human rights practices.
The right to education on human rights derived from Article 26 of the UDHR, which stipulates that "everyone has the right to education. [...] Education should be directed to the full development of human personality and strengthening of respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms ... ".
The right to education.
Resolution 49/184 of the UN General Assembly dated 23.12.1994 declared Decade implementation of human rights education of the UN within the framework of the action plan of the Decade for human rights education class segment 1995 - 2004 (document UN No. A / 51/506, Add. 1 dated 12/12/1996).
At December 10, 2004, UN Secretary-General announced a global program on human rights education (UNGA Res.
59 / 113A), shall comply with the action plan adopted three years. Action plan in the first phase (2005 - 2007) of the World Programme for Human Rights Education (UN Doc. A / 59/525 / Rev. 1 to 2 March
2005) focuses on the system of primary schools and junior secondary schools.
Key activists behind this initiative is Shulamith Koenig, Founder Decade human rights education the entire population (PDHRE), with the aim towards none other than the long-term vision to make people on Executive our planet can reach the right people, "so that people know about human rights and make demands to know about human rights." Accordingly, the goal of human rights education is "Understanding human rights for the whole world". Or, in the words of Nelson Mandela: to "develop a new political culture based on human rights".
For the method of human rights education: undefined Note for methods of human rights education
Resolution 49/184 of the General Assembly on 23/12/1994, notified on the Decade of Human Rights Education UN HRE states: "... Education is not only the human rights provisions refer to information news but also need to establish a long-term process of comprehensive development to people of all levels of development and in all walks of life have learned to respect the dignity of others and the measures and methods of protection ensuring that respect in all societies ".
Action Plan of the United Nations Decade for Human Rights Education (1995 - 2004) emphasized that: "... human rights education is defined as the effort of training, dissemination and information to creating a global culture of human rights through imparting knowledge, skills, attitude formation and directed to:
Strengthening respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms;
(B) fully develop human personality and sense of dignity;
(C) To enhance understanding, tolerance, gender equality and friendship among all nations, indigenous peoples and ethnic groups, national, ethical, religious and
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