Human Rights

Noah Gagnon

A humans consciousness changed the world

The six word story above is about how humans are the only known species to have such as developed conscious other then dolphins, and we have choose to miss use it. Humans are the only species in earth that has had wars, and separated because of different looks, and beliefs. We can use this tool (the conscious) to put the world in a better position. One thing we need to do is make Human rights a world wide obligation.

The reason this is important to me

This is important to me because I am still growing and adapting to the world, but it's difficult to see the world how it's described. The world is slowly falling apart, because humans are fighting and discriminating each other. I see that I have advantages that other people do not, like people in the mid west of the world whos homes are being torn apart. Every human should have rights, have the right to learn, to feel safe, and to live their life the way they choose. The humans rights are a thing in the U.N ( United Nations), but they don't seem as enforced as they should be.

Unit 1 Visual Evidence Connection

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The picture above connects to unit one because it shows the travel lines of people who migrate because of geography. They might be moving because there countries are in poverty because they don't have basic human rights to own land, to grow food to possibly open businesses etc. That is also globalization, because it if someone moves for a business, that is also economical globalization.

Unit 2 Visual Evidence Connection

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Unit 2 was about migration and social groups. The picture above shows how my topic connects to Unit 2, because it's about human trafficking, which is a push factor of migration. These people are slaves that have no human rights and that's because the gangs or some type of social groups are kidnapping them and selling them. They forced to migrate and they have no say about it, . They had their rights stripped away from them as well as anything the love or own. They are pretty much some ones property, and that's no way any one should live. If Human Rights were as they say they are there wouldn't be 20 to 30 million slaves in the world today, and they are usually sold for $90.00.


Facts from: https://www.dosomething.org/us/facts/11-facts-about-human-trafficking

Unit 3 Visual Connection

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Unit 3 was about conflict over major belief systems and natural resources. The picture shows that Unit 3 connects to my topic because the picture is about Israel and Palestine conflict, a conflict about natural resources and belief systems. The way it connects to my topic is during this conflict the Israelis put up a naval blockade, the problem of this action is, it is stopping food and medicine from getting in to Palestine. They are starving their people and breaking basic human rights.


Facts from: http://bennorton.com/an-incomplete-list-of-israels-violations-of-human-rights/

Unit 4 Visual Connection

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Unit 4 talked about the U.N (United nations) and about Malala. The picture shoes how my topic connects to Unit 4 because it shows Malala a girl who was shot in the head for promoting education in Pakistan, were girls were not aloud to receive after the Taliban to over. Her human rights were violated because every body has the right to an education. Malala survived the shooting and went on to meet with the U.N and talk about education around the world, and begin to bring some people their Human Rights. My topic also connects to Unit 4 because the Human rights were made by the U.N on the 10th of December in 1948.


Facts from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Universal_Declaration_of_Human_Rights

Humans Rights Violations in the World Today

Currently in America people are still having their Rights be violated. In America, children are be prosecuted in adult courts and being sentenced in adult prisons. Thousands of kids that are under the age of 18 are in adult prisons right now. They should be brought to a juvenile prison, that is their right. Also people that are in poverty are receiving long sentences because they can not afford a lawyer. The right that is violated here is every one has the right to a lawyer if they can not afford them. That lawyer has to do their job regardless the circumstances. Human Rights are still be violated and we need to fix that.


Facts from: https://www.hrw.org/world-report/2016/country-chapters/united-states