Human Rights Essays


Globalization Essay

Globalization: Advantages, Disadvantages and Concerns This essay discusses globalization and how social commentators and historians act like globalization is a new concept, but it’s not. It’s something that has occurred between nations for as long as nations have interacted. According to the SUNY Levin institute, “Globalization is a process of interaction and integration among the people, companies, and governments of different nations, a process driven by international trade and investment and aided by information technology. This process has effects on the environment, on culture, on political systems, on economic development, and prosperity, and on human physical well-being in societies around the world (2018). Continue Reading...

Religion in Plato Euthyphro

conceptualize a set of universal values that can be codified in doctrines of human rights and freedoms. These universal human values and ethics can therefore undergird social norms and laws, preventing recourse to superstition and religion as excuses for human rights abuses. As modern society shifts towards a new moral order based on secular values rather than on religious doctrine, the concept of piety as it is elucidated in Plato’s Euthyphro is the most important concept to be integrated into the Socratic Citizenship Initiative. In Plato’s Euthyphro, both Socrates and Euthyphro exemplify the need for a universal moral order,… Continue Reading...

Analyzing Two Global Security Organizations

requirements with the need for human liberties and the protections of human rights. Leadership Structures, Jurisdictions, and Methods A wholly owned subsidiary of the esteemed group CACI International, the Wexford Group addresses issues related to how terrorism and similar asymmetrical threats undermine global, national, and local security. The Wexford Group’s Operational Advising has provided services to the United States Army, and was the original contact partner for the army’s Improvised Explosive Device Task Force (Wexford Group, 2017). To ensure the privacy and confidentiality of all clients, the Wexford Group discloses information about subcontractors and employees. A discreetly hierarchical organization,… Continue Reading...

Proposed Immigration Bill

idea, and none of the sub-sections infringe on any human rights. The $1000 penalty is just steep enough to be a deterrent, but not so much as to be inhumane to those who have been remiss. The security provisions and background checks are totally understandable, and are no more strident than what any citizen has to go through to receive their Global Entry or TSA pre-check. We especially appreciate the Section D Accelerated RPI path for DREAMers, which provides clear-cut rules for how this important cohort can achieve their goals and contribute to the future of our nation. Similarly,… Continue Reading...

Iran Bioethics and Biotechnology Issues

with ethics commissions and respecting of rights of subjects (both of animal and human rights) in research. Introduction The growth of significant improvements in biomedical technologies, like gamete and SC research, testing of genetics, and embryo donation and therapy, have paved way to the reclassification of what defines life. In the developed world, the ethical and emotional disputes surrounding these systems have been considerable. Throughout the Muslim community, the result has been just as fraught with religious and moral concerns, and also with a comparable loss of consensus. Fatwas (religious decrees)) on these modern day debates vary among the… Continue Reading...

The Ethical Issues Of Criminal Justice

justice aimed at exploring pertinent issues in favour of innocent convicts. The "innocence program" speaks to the ethical issue of human rights and the right to a fair trial. Subjecting suspects to a lengthy period of waiting and court processes is in effect inflicting pain and curtailing their rights. The emotional and physical pain suspects go through is often not accounted for in the criminal trial system. There are instances where decades have passed before a judgement is issued and in some few instances innocent suspects have ended up behind bars. Zalman (2006) points to the relevance of borrowing models… Continue Reading...

Mlk Speech I Have a Dream Rhetorical Analysis

on the issue of racial discrimination and alienation of the black as well as the blatant breach of the human rights of the blacks that was taking place in the USA at that moment in history. It was also a speech meant to send a strong signal that there was no relenting in pursuing of the rights of the African Americans and that the continued denial of such inalienable rights will only me met with brute resistance and will be regret by the state. “I Have a Dream’ was one of the greatest speech that MKL Jr. ever gave… Continue Reading...

India Government and Economics

increase foreign direct investment, which continues to flow to India. human rights Although India does have a liberal media and generally supports free speech, in many other areas related to human rights and freedoms, the country has a lot of room to grow. The ruling BJP party has been accused of complicity in many of India’s most high profile human rights cases, including failure to investigate attacks on minority communities and even inciting violence against minority communities (human rights Watch, 2018). In fact, human rights Watch (2018) even goes so far as to accuse the BJP of interfering with the… Continue Reading...