Human rights are defined as the rights and freedoms every human being is entitled to have as soon as they are born and for as long as they live. These rights are not something one needs to strive for or conquer / acquire. They are owned by every individual. The four different groups of Human Rights are:
- right to life
- right to liberty
- right to freedom of expression
- right to equality in the eyes of the law
what do these mean?
Right to Life
Every living being has the right to live. Nobody can take that right from them or judge that right unless they perform crimes against another human being or against humanity. Everybody has the right to live. It is against human rights and illegal to take away another person’s life, unless it is in self defense in dramatic situations of life – death.
Right to Liberty
Every human being has the right to choose. Freedom of choice and free will are inherent Human Beings Human Rights. People can choose freely which career to follow, who to marry, where to live (legally), what to do. It is against Human Rights to force or manipulate other people to choose something they do not want to choose.
Right to Freedom of Expression
Freedom of expression includes freedom of speech. People are free to express through clothing, style, fashion, attitude, behavior, themselves. Freedom of speech includes agreement and disagreement, contentment and discontentment. People are free to express they enjoy something or not, they like something or not, either through writing and / or speaking as long as they don’t violate any other Human right or are aggressive or violent.
Right to Equality in the eyes of the Law
Everybody is equal in the eyes of the law and nobody can be discriminated against gender, race, ethnicity, place of origin, academics, possessions, religion and others related. In the eyes of the law everybody has the same rights and should be treated fairly and equally.
These are the four groups of Human Rights.
Everybody in the world owns them and nobody can take them from them unless in case of criminal conduct.