-Supporting people to exercise their rights-the rights of people are protected by law and in particular by the Human Rights Act 1998.Sixteen basic human rights have been incorporated into UK law. These rights protect everyone from harm, and set out what we can say and do, as well as our right to fair trial and other basic entitlement. We as care workers have an important role in upholding people’s rights. -Supporting people to exercise choices. Choice is not only for people who can speak for themselves.
They also give us rights. They are established by people in authority who use them to govern and to maintain order, justice, and the common good, and for those who do not follow the laws of the society there are sanctions (usually used as a punishment). Personally I don’t have faith in Colombian law but I don’t mean that we couldn’t believe in it. We as patriotic citizens have the duty to defend and make the law be applied correctly. There are many facts that don’t allow them get upheld.
They work to stop discrimination against disabled people, men and women and people from different races and cultures. They also want to make sure peoples human rights are respected. Human rights are about how we treat each other, they are about: respect, freedom, equality, dignity and fairness. Human rights include: The right to life - this means that your life is as important as anyone else’s. The right to respect for private and family life - this means the right to live as a family.
PERSON- CENTRED CARE PERSON- CENTRED CARE Definition Definition Ai Person centred values relate to our personal principles, morals, and ideals—that is, what we consider to be important. Each person is unique, with their own personal values and beliefs shaped by a number of factors that include culture, religion, and personal experiences. We value each person as an individual, respect their aspirations and commitments in life, and seek to understand their priorities, needs, abilities and limits. Importance in social care Aii All person centred planning tools and processes are driven by a commitment to achieve inclusive outcomes for the person whose plan it is and the residents involved. They should always be present throughout their Planning session.
The idea of nationalism is that any person, who believes in their country, that it has potential and strength to grow and become strong, will fight for the country. They will dedicate themselves to their birthplace, their home. The person will be dedicated in fixing any faults that the country may have. The colonists did not see that the black nationalists saw them as a fault that needed fixing. (Source B) The colonists (or the main fault) did not realize the many mistakes they made when they colonized Congo.
It is equality and freedom. It is to treat and treat others as human beings. It is to emancipate ourselves with our own efforts. It is to defy powerful forces in and out of the social and national context. It is to fight for our dream of justice for Cuba and the world, the fundamentals of our
If citizens are to be entrusted with such cherished personal freedoms as guaranteed in the constitution, then they must have the responsibility to obey the law and to be productive, lest their freedoms be taken away. Conversely, if American citizens didn’t respect the law and abused their personal freedoms, then the government would be prompted to take their freedoms away. However unlikely that may be, the values that America is founded on are that men are inherently good and can be trusted to take care of themselves and respect the rights of others. One founding father who best embodies the civic value of responsibility is George Washington. As America’s hero from the Revolutionary War and first president, Washington was given many responsibilities for the new nation.
The people of the Dominican Republic are able to express what they feel without hesitating and free to get a chance of migrating in and out of the country. The so called “Trujillo era” had its pros and cons. The country suffered changes in a lot of aspects such as the economy, social safety, and the governments’ ways. A country is able to be both free and organized. If the present and/or future governments follow some of Trujillos footsteps and include a democracy, the Dominican Republic may be an amazing
Dear Family and Friends, I would like to thank all of you and tell you how grateful I am for your support in making the trip to the Dominican Republic possible. The trip was indescribable and truly life changing. To be in a different country and to have the opportunity to share the word and love of The Lord was a humbling experience. Not only were the eyes and hearts of the Dominican people opened but as were ours. Experiencing the word of Christ in a different language was very interesting and challenging at times but did not stop any of us from attempting to break the language barrier in any way we could.
He encourages people around the world not to wait for what can America help them on, but what they can do if they cooperate with others as members of this world to protect an essential element, which is freedom, to improve the criteria of life to all people who were deprived from it. In brief, according to Kennedy, when the world is united and liberties are granted, that will “assure a more fruitful life for all mankind”(Kennedy