A right is a moral entitlement to have or do something. A human right is a right that belongs to everyone.
What is a human right?
A human right is one that belongs to everyone.
A human right is one that belongs to people who are over 18.
A human right is a right that has always been guaranteed throughout history.
Human rights help to:
resolve conflicts and disputes.
protect people from abuse by the government, public bodies, and other groups.
stimulate the economy in poor countries.
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights is:
a political agreement.
The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child:
sets out the rights of people in education.
sets out the rights of people under 16.
sets out the rights of people under 18.
The UNCRC was developed to combat:
child and slave labour.
obesity in children.
Article 28 of the UNCRC ensures:
the right to freedom of movement.
the right to freedom of expression.
the right to a free education.
Article 21 of the UDHR gives everyone the right to:
a say in government.
without good reason.
an invasion of privacy.
Your human rights are balanced by:
the need to accept some invasions of privacy.
your responsibility to consider other’s human rights.
the right of government to suspend those rights.