Fundamental Human Rights
Human rights are the most fundamental and important of rights. They are the rights that the government in the United States spelled out in the Bill of Rights and the Constitution, and they are the rights that the United
Nations aims to protect for all people. These rights would exist even without government protection or intervention.
Some examples of human rights include:
- The right to life
- The right to liberty and freedom
- The right to the pursuit of happiness
- The right to live your life free of discrimination
- The right to control what happens to your own body and to make medical decisions for yourself
- The right to freely exercise your religion and practice your religious beliefs without fear of being prosecuted for your beliefs
- The right to be free from prejudice on the basis of race, gender, national origin, color, age or sex
- The right to grow old
- The right to a fair trial and due process of the law
- The right to be free from cruel and unusual punishment
- The right to be free from torture
- The right to be free from slavery
- The right to freedom of speech
- The right to freely associate with whomever you like and to join groups of which you'd like to be a part.
- The right to freedom of thought
- The right not to be prosecuted from your thoughts
Greetings From Gulf Training & Development Organization.
Human Especially in developing countries like Afghanistan, are highly deprived of their rights. They are suffering from the burden of life. They are looked as second sex and the lowest creature having no right in their houses and community. They are given no right of education, participation and decision making in the house or community affairs. Because of poor health condition, they have no access to doctor or medicine that is why hundreds of women are died when they are pregnant or born child.
In order to overcome the inequitable condition and problems which are women facing we came together to find a way to get in touch with the most deprived people in the community and make them aware of their rights. We wanted to form an NGO (organization) officially, but it was not easy, besides most risky too, under the rule of Taliban.