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Transcript of Human rights
Where they work
- India, Africa, Madagascar
- Factories, homes, restaurants,
People are against and are for torture.
Torture is illegal internationally but is used almost everywhere.
Types of People
Who are Tortured
How the children's brain respond to neglect
- Children not attended to take it as a sign of danger
-When this happens the stress levels activate.
-The brain is almost always bathed in stress hormones.
-Certain connections fail to form. In critical regions of the brain.
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People are innocent and tortured.
People are tortured for what they believe in, their religion, etc.
Also, for government reasons.
Even children are harassed or tortured.
How are African Americans getting treated unequally in school?
My research questions is: How does torture affect society?
- Shyima is a modern slave
- Shyima got moved to America
- The police found Shymia in 2002
The lack of human rights affects how people are treated.
Loose interest - elementary
Children are being neglected all around the world.
- Shyima was sold at 8 years old
Child Neglect almost always not noticed.
What is Child Neglect?
Neglect is the failure to meet a child’s basic needs. These needs include housing, food, clothing, education, and access to medical care.
1,740 children died in the U.S. in 2008 from abuse and neglect.
772,000 children were victims of Neglect and Abuse by child protective services in 2008.
Children under 4 years are at great risk for injury and death from abuse and Neglect.
-Great deal of stress
Abuse and Neglect in Families Can Occur
-History of violence, drug or alcohol abuse, poverty, and chronic health problems
Differences Between Abuse and Neglect and recognizing it
-Neglect leaves visible bruises and scars
-The signs of neglect tend to be less visible.
-Child Neglect is often unreported
- 13% of children age 5-9 are working in Madagascar
- Multiple signs must occur not just a single sign.
-Signs must occur often and repeat again
- About 80 million child slaves in the world
- There are five thousand slaves in America
- Shyima had to sleep in a garage
People are Innocently
What is discrimination?
Child neglect is the most common type of child maltreatment.
I am researching how slavery affects children's lives.
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Dilapidated school facilities
Acting White or Black
Don't want to be caught acting "white"
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Our group researched how the lack of human rights affect peoples lives.