Questions and AnswersHuman Rights
Define “Human Rights”
A: Human rights are the basic rights and freedom that every person in the world is inherit entitled to. Every person, by virtue of his or her being human, possesses certain basic and inalienable rights, referred to as human rights. Such rights are vested in a person from the moment of his birth and may therefore be considered to be his birthrights, irrespective of his caste, creed, religion, sex or nationality. Every human being is entitled to some basic rights, which no one can take away. As such rights are absolutely necessary for the moral and material up-liftment of a human being and for his well-being, they are also referred to as basic rights, fundamental rights, inherited rights, natural rights and birthrights. All those rights which are essential for the protection and maintenance of human dignity can be called human rights.
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