Human Rights

  1. The term “Human Rights” refers to those rights that are considered universal to humanity regardless of citizenship, residency status, ethnicity, gender, or other considerations.
  2. There are 30 articles of universal declaration of human rights.
  3. The human rights are fundamental, interdependent, universal, indivisible and unchallengeable.
  4. Children rights were described by CRC (convention on rights of children) in 1989.
  5. CRC has 54 articles.
  6. All children have basic rights including life, health and education without any discrimination.
  7. All children have right to be protected from harmful practices.