These days everyone throws around phrases having to do with the rights of human beings. People tend to take up sides as if someone must lose for them to win. It seems ridiculous to me to define my rights as against someone. A person, any person, who is operating with an understanding of the rights with which we are all endowed is much easier to work with. A worker who has taken on their job freely is more trustworthy that a worker who has been coerced in some way, whether by direct enslavement or through continual covert pressures. These pressures can take many forms, even blackmail.
Human Rights are meant to empower each of us so we can live and work together in peace. As these are adopted into societies, and by individuals, we will form agreements about how we can cooperate. There are 30mrights listed in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The first two are very basic. They are the foundation for the rest. The first is ,"We are all born free." and the second one says, "Don't discriminate." This is how we can achieve right number seven, "We're all equal before the law." Philosopher and humanitarian, L. Ron Hubbard, says "Support a government designed and run for all the people." Human Rights make this possible. www.thewaytohappiness.com @waytohappinesstampa