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Are human rights really universal?

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zara todd

on 24 January 2014

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Transcript of Are human rights really universal?

In principle human rights are universal
Realising those rights is often defined by:
where you live
knowing they exist
how to defend them
it is often argued that human rights are culturally bias
if a state acknowledges human rights it does mean it thinks they apply to all people
Are human rights really universal?
Many groups don’t get access to their rights or are told certain rights don’t apply to them.

Which has led to specific conventions for minority groups


These conventions exist to ensure that these groups access their human rights as equally as others.

so does that mean rights are universal.
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