This situation may disrespect the service user’s rights but the service provider must do everything they can, within reason, to protect the lives of those who they are caring for. These rights also apply to the service provider. Every individual has the right to freedom of expression and thought, belief and religion. This means that each individual, service provider or service user, has the right to their own opinions, religion and beliefs as long as they do not infringe upon the rights of other people. In health and social care it is likely that service users and service providers are of different religion.
To deny anyone equal rights under the Universal Declaration of Human Rights objectifies Articles 1, 2, 3, 5, and 7. Among these, article 5 and 7 are geared towards discrimination. No person should be subject to any sort of discrimination under these articles. Articles 1 and 2 bring about the subject of all people deserving equal rights and protections no matter what minority or community you belong to. And article 3 states that people should not have to live in fear and that all people have the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
“The Act sets out the fundamental rights and freedoms that individuals in the UK have access to. They include: Right to life, Freedom from torture and inhuman or degrading treatment, Right to liberty and security, Freedom from slavery and forced labour , Right to a fair trial , No punishment without law, Respect for your private and family life, home and correspondence, Freedom of thought, belief and religion, Freedom of expression, Freedom of assembly and association, Right to marry and start a family , Protection from discrimination in respect of these rights and freedoms, Right to peaceful enjoyment of your property, Right to education, Right to participate in free elections” http://www.equalityhumanrights.com/your-rights/human-rights/what-are-human-rights/human-rights-act This follows on to ensure that carers provide roles to client’s so the individuals are provided with full respect. To be respected within the health and social care field it is important that professionals and clients share equality within the relationship. Once equality is maintained other qualities come
INTRODUCTION Every person has the freedom of speech. Every person has the freedom to roam, the right to access publically owned land. Every person has the basic right of freedom from discrimination regardless of race, religion or culture. You have the right to all of these things. However, in recent years, as a resident of the Cronulla Beaches, these rights have become threatened.
inprogress HSC Legal Studies Assessment Task 1 – Human Rights Human Rights Human rights are moral principles that set out certain standards of human behaviour, and are regularly protected as legal rights under national and international law. We are all equally entitled to our human rights without discrimination. Universal human rights are usually expressed and assured by law, in the forms of treaties, customary international law and general principles. International human rights laws establishes responsibilities for Governments to act, in an order that promotes and protects human rights and the essential freedom of individuals or groups. Australia is violating international law by detaining children in detention centers.
All civilians must follow the strict Hanbali interpretation of Sharia Law. Religious minorities secretly practice their own religion in their homes, however the police force has been known to disturb them. Blasphemy and apostasy may result in death, although there have not been any recent execution incidences reported (http://berkleycenter.georgetown.edu/essays/religious-freedom-in-saudi-arabia). In New York State, all people have the right to free expression of religion. According the United States Constitution, the First Amendment protects this right.
Everyone has these rights, Right to life, Protection from torture and mistreatment, Right to liberty and security, Protection from slavery and forced labour, Right to a fair trial, No punishment without law, Respect for your private and family life, Freedom of thought, belief and religion , Freedom of expression, Freedom of assembly and association, Right to marry, Protection from discrimination, Protection of property, Right to education, Right to free elections. Social, cultural and economic diversity: “Diversity is the difference in culture, ability, ethnicity, gender, age, beliefs, sexual orientation and social class.”(1)
‘’Human rights are frequently held to be universal in the sense that all people have and should enjoy them and to be independent in the sense that they exist and are available as standards of justification and criticism, whether or not they are recognised and implemented by the legal system or officials of a country.’’ (Nickel 1992, as cited in the Internet Encyclopaedia Of Philosophy, 2014) The moral appeal of human rights has been used for a variety of purposes from resisting torture and arbitrary incarceration to demanding the end of hunger and of medical neglect. The US Declaration of Independence in 1776 identified that is was ‘’self evident’’ that every person is endowed by their creator with certain inalienable rights. (Sen, A, 2004) Thirteen years from this, the French declaration of the rights of man stated that ‘’all men are born and remain free and equal in rights’’. This statement caused quite a stir at the time as Jeremy Bentham (1792), British Philosopher and founder of utilitarianism stated that these claims were ‘’rhetorical nonsense’’ and invalid. Bentham insisted that a natural right is simple nonsense: natural and imprescriptible rights and that suspicions remain very alive today and that human rights in practical affairs can be perceived as ‘’bawling on paper’’.
In other words, each citizen has the right to free speech. He or she is can express him or her self, or criticize the government without the fear of retribution. Freedom of speech is, however, limited to a certain extent. Although this amendment allows a person to protest peacefully, engage in symbolic speech to advertise commercial products, not speak, or use certain offensive words to convey in political messages, there are boundaries to be drawn. Freedom of speech does not include making or distributing obscene materials, instigate or provoke actions that would harm or cause harm to others, or burn draft cards as an anti-war protest (“United States Court,” n.d.).
These rules include - rules against usury, exploitation of labor, abuse or exploitation of family members, including forced marriages. Rules which protect the environment and the consumer. 4. Tolerance : Freedom of conscience, including the right to join or to leave any religious group or faith, freedom to associate with others in whatever manner one chooses (provided this does not infringe on others' rights). 5.