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Human Rights And Arbitration

Smriti Shashikant Naik, V M Salgaocar College of Law


Human Beings need to be assured with baseline level of dignity. Basic needs like access to medicine, food and water, clothes, and shelter must be guaranteed and safeguarded at the same time for people across the globe. Regrettably, there are millions upon millions of people around the world who still struggle to secure the basic rights. With the fast-paced globalisation taking various shapes and forms in the world there have many instances of the Human Rights violation which has surfaced over the past decade.

Spreading awareness about the basic Human Rights among people aids in people being vocal and raising their experience and events of abuse and corruption. The Human rights poses as strong source of empowerment assisting in recognizing the fact that they deserve the right to live their life with dignity. The societal corruption that so deeply ingrained in system has caused many people to be victims of abuse and violation of their basic rights. The inception of UDHR was for two-fold purpose: Firstly it was to provide a guideline for the future and force the world to acknowledge that during WWII, human rights had been violated on a massive scale. With a standard for what is a human right, governments can be held accountable for their actions.


Indian Journal of Law and Legal Research

Abbreviation: IJLLR

ISSN: 2582-8878


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