human right

  1. (law) any basic right or freedom to which all human beings are entitled and in whose exercise a government may not interfere (including rights to life and liberty as well as freedom of thought and expression and equality before the law)
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How To Use human right In A Sentence

  • This all seems to be in response to the subject of human rights and the inclusion of sexual orientation in the bill.
  • In addition to weekly episodes of our human rights broadcast, we were also producing 'fortnightly' (a word we had picked up from Anita and begun to employ widely!) editions of Body Shop Television -- a unique, in-store television magazine devoted to internal communication among Body Shop employees and managers. Rory O'Connor: There Was Nothing Like This Dame
  • Chief among the grievances I identify as providing primary justifying grounds for secession are these: persistent and serious violations of individual human rights and past unredressed unjust seizure of territory.
  • What did Woodsmall think about this denial of basic human rights on the basis of religious observances?
  • In many respects, the development of international human rights is an example of the principle of subsidiarity - the international community only steps in when the State cannot or will not deal with the problem.
  • So I asked Justice Kirby his view about international human rights covenants and treaties.
  • Guantanamo Bay is against every law from the human rights charta, but noone is doing anything against it, or better, can do anything against it, because America "the great world police" is saying so. Thinking About America
  • Human rights groups point out that she has been denied access to a lawyer. Times, Sunday Times
  • In this context, the question to be addressed is interlinked with the question of human rights. Victimology - the victim and the criminal justice process
  • For Scottish criminal cases the court can be used only when cases relate to "devolution matters", a term covering the legislative competence of the Scottish Parliament in dealing with human rights issues. WalesOnline - Home
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