The need for effective protection of human rights at intemational,
regional and national levels has been increasingly recognized over the
last fifty years, particularly since the creation of the United Nations and
adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Human rights are the rights that every one has by virtue of their
humanityl. They are intrinsic and are said to be natured because of
nature. They are to protect, preserve and promote the intrinsic value
inherent in human nature. They are universal for every human being and
are not gifts or privileges. They can not be denied or forfeited there
inherent and inalienable to every human being2.
The idea that human beings have rights as humans is a staple of
contemporary world politics3 • The language of human rights is one of the
most spoken by all categories of people.
Human rights acquired international recognition after the 2nd world war
due to the events of the 1930s and 1940s which contained the worst
violations of human rights in the history of mankind. The most
celebrated statement of human rights is the universal declaration of
human rights adopted by the general assembly of the United Nations in
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