Humanrights Laws - Legal Topics - USA Laws Searching

Search Results


1. Afghanistan Human Rights
Social Consign For Afghanis !   /   Are There Human Rights in Afghanistan? Afghanistan Human Rights   Human rights in Afghanistan are almost non-existent.  Women, children, people with disabilities, and displaced persons in human beings are treated mostly it’s possible.  Weak law enforcement and corruption, lack of social ..
2. Africa Human Rights
Prosperity To African Humans / Finally – Human Rights in Africa! Africa Human Rights Human Rights in Africa are relatively new to the continent.  In the past, women and children were discriminated against as well as discrimination against race, sexual orientation, religion, disability, and the list grows.  Many organizations, including African Court o..
3. Bolivia Human Rights
Bolivia Human Rights    Where are the Human Rights in Bolivia? Human rights in Bolivia are virtually non-existent for the majority of people in the country.  Until 2009, indigenous people did not have access to affordable, clean, safe water.  Military personnel often use deadly force to break up protests resorting to firing shots into the crow..
4. Illinois Human Rights
Illinois Human Rights The Illinois Human Rights Act prohibits the discrimination of a person’s basic rights. Basic rights of citizens of Illinois include discrimination against Race, Color, Religion, National Origin, Ancestry, Age (40 and over), Sex, Marital Status, Order of Protection Status, Physical and Mental Disability, Military Status, Sexual Orientation (inc..
5. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights The Universal Declaration of Human Rights The Universal Declaration of Human Rights is a charter accepted and adopted by the United Nations. Officially, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights is part of the International Bill of Human Rights which is an informal title given to two treaties created by the United Nations. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights came i..
6. UN Peacekeepers
UN Peacekeepers UN Peacekeepers Peacekeeping is defined by the United Nations as ways to help countries torn by conflict create conditions for sustainable peace. UN peacekeepers are also known as Blue Berets, “monitor and observe peace processes in post-conflict areas and assist ex-combatants in implementing the peace agreements they may have signed.” UN peacekeepers will pr..
7. World Bank
The United Nations has a provision for providing financial assistance and monetary relief for member states. These organizations are the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund. Both the World Bank and the International Monetary fund were products of the Bretton Woods Agreement which took place in 1945, approximately around the time the United Nations was created. Ini..