Human Rights Day 2020
Human Rights Day 2020 will be celebrated on Thursday, December 10, 2020. International Human Rights Day is celebrated to protect and promote the rights of humans. Which are equality speech, freedom, and much more.
Human Rights Day 2020 Theme
Human Rights Day 2020 Theme is Recover Better – Stand Up for Human Rights. This year’s Human Rights Day theme relates to the COVID-19 pandemic and focuses on the need to build back better by ensuring Human Rights are central to recovery efforts.
Understanding Human Rights
Human Rights were first acknowledged in 1948 and were declared to be celebrated annually on 10 December by the UN (United Nations).
These are privileges provided for the life, liberty, equality, and dignity of an individual.
Establishment of human rights
According to the United Nations’ official site, On 10 December 1948 at the United Nations general assembly held in Paris The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was done, prepared by various spokespersons of different legal and cultural backgrounds around the world.
Significance of Human Rights
Considering the modern world around us one should be aware of all the privileges that one has for their own good like the right to live, the right of freedom, the right of liberty and security, etc.
These rights are unbiased of all caste, sex, race, color, religion, and language.
Human Rights are very important for protecting the life, and dignity of an individual. Earlier, back in 1993 National Human Rights Commission of India was established. It is important to protect and promote the rights of an individual. An individual has the right to freedom, the right to speech, the right to liberty, the right to equality, and much more.
An individual is free to live his life on his own terms and conditions. He/ She has the right to speak for themselves, and ask questions.
Basic Human RightsThe basic human rights are The right to equality and freedom from discrimination, The right to life, liberty, and personal security, freedom from torture, and degrading treatment, the right to equality before the law, the right to a fair trial, the right to privacy, freedom of belief and religion, and freedom of opinion.