Human rights are basic rights as well as freedom in which humans are entitled to right of liberty, freedom of expression and thought and of course, life.
These rights are representing entitlements of a person or group vis-à-vis the government and its responsibilities.
It’s a Common Denominator
While different countries have different interpretations to human rights, these norms are forming common human rights to which claims of different cultures may be articulated. Global ramification of human rights agreements like is considered as evidence that these are indeed shared values. Having human rights norms put in place are imposing requirements on governments and at the same time, legitimizing complaints of a person in those cases to which fundamental freedoms and rights aren’t respected. These norms constitute standards for administration of force and conduct of the government.
That’s How Big it is
There have been countless of conflicts triggered all because of failing to protect human rights.
The trauma that leads from serious human rights violation typically results to its violation.
As this conflict is amplified, hatred accumulates and this makes everything more difficult in bringing peace back.
To end this cycle, states need to institute policies that are focused on the protection of human rights. Many do believe that protecting human rights is vital in attaining sustainable world that promotes continuous development and democracy.