Beginning with the phrase "all human beings are born free and equal in
dignity and rights," the universal Declaration of human rights (UDHR) proclaims
its purpose of establishing global human r...
In early 1215, English people were guaranteed with ancient liberties in the
written form of document known as Magna Carta by King John. This was the very
first document which guaranteed liberti...
Human rights are a product of democracy. These are the basic rights inherent
to all human beings, regardless of race, sex, nationality, ethnicity, language,
religion, or any other status. The f...
The COVID-19 pandemic unbridled an unexpected economic crumble and
humanitarian cataclysm in India. The emergence of the Covid-19 pandemic has
exhibited a country with public health and economi...
The present article elaborately discusses the rights of victims in the Criminal
Justice System, with a special focus on the Indian scenario.
The victimology movement, which has recently been s...
In today's world, where technology has pierced into almost every aspect of
our lives, information can easily be accessed on the internet. The internet has
taken the world by a storm and the tid...
"Violence Is Not The Key To Peace,
Protest Is Not Led With Ease,
Hatred Is All That Leads To,
Justice Is All That It Needs."
What is Right to Justice? According to Article 14 of the constitutio...
This paper discusses about Child abuse in India. Child abuse happens across
all cultural, ethnic, and socioeconomic groups. Reason for Child abuse can also
be physical, emotional, verbal, sexua...
"Reproductive freedom is not just the ability not to have a child through birth
control. It's the ability to have one if and when you want."- Pamela Madsen
"For most w...
"If anyone in the society is fighting for their basic human rights, then
that society was never free."
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