HubMob Weekly Topic: Our Rights
Human, civil and animal rights
Human & Civil Rights I believe are inherent.
"Animal Rights" to some including myself, are just as important however the "Law" in many states defines an animal as "Personal Property" just like a Watch, an Automoblie, or even a Dollar Bill. "Legal Remedies" for all personal property law suits are subject to the same criteria in most cases.
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Remember Human Rights Day every December 10 and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. read more
Many forms of government are implemented around the world to secure the sovereignty of those nations. From elementary. high school and collegiate levels, students researched and studied the differences between the leading forms of leaderships that... read more
Physical death comes to us all, and there is no avoiding it. At some point, the bodies we were given are going to give out. My experience and volunteering with Hospice makes this process a lot better, or less negative if that were possible. I... read more
Human Rights: To be treated with dignity in nursing homes, until they all become Culture Change nursing homes, this is not and will not happen. The right to grow old with dignity and respect, especially in America. We think of Human Rights in other countries, but as far as dignity for the elderly in nursing homes, our own country has much to learn.
He became a civil rights leader.Although born into slavery and worked at manual jobs he worked his way through college.He became a major black leader. read more
Rights in this country cover a large spectrum of issues. For the most part they refer to human rights. Human rights give us the authority to perform in an act because we were born into the human species.
"Life's most persistent and urgent question is: 'What are you doing for others?"
How can you help your fellow man? How does the human rights charter help increase each life. read more
MLK is such an excellent example of a person that wanted basic human rights for all people. The rights of human beings are incredibly important, and no words
can really express the significance or importance of them in our lives.
Without humans,... read more
When I read the topic for this week's HubMob, so many things ran through my head, I wasn't sure I could pick just one topic. Many of us could each probably write a dozen different articles on rights - human rights, civil rights, animal rights. ... read more
Stoning is an inhumane and inexcusable means of capital punishment that must be stopped. However, it has begun in a new country. read more
ooopppss, I meant to write a hub about "The Gatehouse", a safe haven for children who are victims of child abuse.
This is about Gatehouse, a place for survivors of child abuse to tell their stories in a very safe place and meet other survivors. Included is the shocking murder of 5-yr old Farrah Jahan Khan. read more
Many ordinary people over the past ten years have been awarded the prestigious Nobel Peace Prize. How the awards are determined is dependent on a committee. read more
According to The Constitution of the United States of America, Child Protection Services (CPS) routinley violates parental rights destroying families using corruption, threats, lies and coercion, read more
There's always a warning when expressing our basic rights: the right to talk, the right to think; the right for reason; the right for want and so on and so forth.
The BIG question is: when did those rights become privilege? If we abide by the law... read more
A government intervention in 2007 brought many changes to the lives of indigenous Australians. Some say their basic human rights have been taken away. read more
Individual and collective language rights are part of a larger group of human and civil rights. Their violation and protection is seen and implemented in everyday practice all over the world. read more
Any or every rights will only do us good if they are fair rights. Do you consider any current rights in any country fair and not abused? I think some people have greater rights than others, and this completely ruins the structure of rights.
"Hey, i have some rights... better than none, right?" Not exactly. As long as you have the ability, you do not need the rights. The ones that don't have the ability we should help, but not because of established rights or laws, we should help them because we want to, not because we have to. If we can't motivate people to want to help others, then our system is not a constructive one.
We have a right to live, what does that mean for example? Do we have a right to live? Does this mean that our life is more important than the lives of the ones that are not living at the given moment?
Rights are here to try to make things fair, to give a certain balance. To give us a feeling of security, or to make our lives better.
Some rights, such as the right to have weapons, can help us hurt other people, this is why rights do not have to be a positive thing.
I will only agree that human rights should be extended to the point at which they are fair for everyone. No one has an advantage or a disadvantage, and no one has more, what some like to call, power. Our inability to accept being equal is what make some of the rights pointless, as they are not and can't be properly conducted, not in a completely fair manner, at least. Why does life need to be fair? This is an out of topic, but related question, that i simply cannot answer at this point of my journey through life.
There have been some states that have made great gains in fighting for fetal rights and protecting the unborn. But more needs to be done when it comes to fetal rights. read more
My most recent hub in relation to this topic has just being completed. It follows the controversial ideas of assisted suicide and includes real life stories. The argument stems from the fact that this treatment is illegal in the UK and US and thus doesn't allow people choice over their life, thus impacting on human rights.
It seems amazing that the death of a Scottish miner in a Ballarat hotel in October 1854 could trigger such a dramatic turn of events that would shape the history of the Australian Nation. It would lead to one bloodiest and shortest battles ever... read more
We are animals, too! An explanation of why what we do to animals also affects ourselves at many levels. A discussion of human vs. animal rights, humane treatment of animals, and a comparison of the biological classifications. read more
What happened to the Vizconde massacre case here in the Philippines is a pure oppression of rights.
After 15 years, the accused led by Hubert Webb, Tony Lejano, Pyke Fernandez, et al, were acquitted (Dec.14, 2010)to the crime that is considered... read more
Under Article 8 of the Human Rights Act 1998 we are offered “protection for
a person’s private and family life, home and correspondence from arbitrary
interference by the State,” whereby our privacy can only be breached if a
number of... read more
Welsh language is a great example of a language subject to violation of human language rights, but also a healthy example of how to overcome language discrimination. A short history and current status of the language including the main points of success in fighting language discrimination make an interesting read about Welsh language and people speaking Welsh - one of the 55 languages chosen to be representative of Earth by Voyager Golden Records (NASA's Voyager program). read more
A pioneer in civil rights and an early example of feminism which might not match the modern model.Susan b. anthony haas earned a place in American history. read more
I am a child of a Vietnam Vet. Over the years my dad has told me stories of events that have happened there. Recently I watched a documentary of one such event. I was amazed at the lack of respect these men received for serving their country and following orders. read more
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