Rights Essay Topics

Political Theory

Envy Test—The theory that the division of resources is actually equal if and only if one person does not prefer someone else’s portion of the wealth to his own. That means that if everyone in society is ahppy with what they have as compared to what everyone else has then the society passes the envy… View Article

Privacy Rights and Press Freedom

Oftentimes, the Court is confronted with the issue: Which right demands greater protection, the right to privacy or the freedom of expression or of the press? The so called balancing-of-interest doctrine gives the court the prerogative which right demands greater protection.  In Lagunzad v. Sotto vda. De Gonzales (92 SCRA 476, August 6, l976), the… View Article

My Favourite Author – Ayn Rand

“We are fast approaching the stage of the ultimate inversion: the stage where the government is free to do anything it pleases, while the citizens may act only by permission; which is the stage of the darkest periods of human history, the stage of rule by brute force.” Ayn Rand, who lived from 1905 to… View Article

UNICEF and the Safeguard of Children Rights

UNICEF’s mission is to advocate for the protection of children’s rights, to help meet their basic needs and to expand their opportunities to reach their full potential. UNICEF is guided in doing this by the provisions and principles of the Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNICEF, 2008). Built on varied legal systems and… View Article

Rights of Enemy Combatants

The September 11 2001 US bombing was followed by a US declaration of war against terrorism. The reason the US government cited for the war declaration was the intention to rid the world of all international terrorism groups that posed a formidable danger to the civilian life which is obviously innocent. True to its promise… View Article

Duty of care in own work role

Having a duty of care in your own work role is a requirement to avoid negligence and harm and the safeguarding of children under your care. Young children are very venerable and are almost entirely dependent on adults to care for them in ways that help to protect them from harm. This could be physically… View Article

Health & Social Care

Ai Identify four key pieces of Legislation and Codes of Practice relating to handling information in social care setting. 1). Data Protection Act 1998 – Gives rights to individuals in respect of personal data held about them. It also seeks to protect individuals with regard to the processing of personal data. 2). Freedom of Information… View Article

Rights and Responsibilities of Service Users

Service users rights- hospital they have the right to be respected this means that they have the right to be treated the same as every one else and how they want to be treated. For example they might not want to be treated by a certain gender of doctor so they will have to respect… View Article

Diversity: Individual Rights and Social Care Settings

Diversity recognises, respect and people’s differences to have a say and to realise the full potential by promoting different cultures to all members of staff and students within a school. Within schools diversity is promoted from an early age because of mixed classes of boys and girls and children from different cultures. Children will learn… View Article

Law and People Settings

1.1 A duty of care in my own role is a legal obligation on me requiring me to adhere to a reasonable standard of care while performing acts of care. 1.2 I have a legal and professional duty of care. If I was to neglect someone and this caused them harm then a court of… View Article

Pepsi in Burma

Question 1 Identify the moral issues that are raised by Pepsi’s presence in Burma. A moral issue can be defined as any issue concerning how one ought to behave, how others ought to behave, or whether a situation is proper or improper. Morality is judged based on what is right or wrong. Pepsi’s presence in… View Article

The Right to Die: An Ethical Battle

The Right to die is a highly debatable and argumentative subject at present surrounded by controversy and dilemma requiring public attention. For years, arguments among different doctrines and viewpoint in regards to ones “right to die” have public opinion beginning to move away from modern medicine, back to the historical arguments on euthanasia: to avoid… View Article

Values and Planning

In this first part of my assignment I will be explaining the different values and principles that are applied in care planning and how they will enable the provision of holistic support for service users. Providing direct care/ meeting and supporting the individuals needs Meeting the individual’s needs, making sure that they recognise and promote… View Article

Legislation and Regulatory Bodies

Children Act 1989 This act acknowledged that children have rights and that their needs are paramount. Children Act 2004 This act was written as a result of the death of a child due to neglect. The act expressed that every child matters and identified outcomes for all children to be healthy, stay safe, enjoy and… View Article

Principles for Implementin Duty of Care in Health and Social Care

1.1Explain what it means to have a duty of care in own work role: A duty of care is a legal obligation imposed on any individual working within the care sector that they adhere to a standard of reasonable care whilst performing any acts that could foreseeable harm others. It is my responsibility that: -Whilst… View Article

Memorable Journey

Freedom is a mental and physical expression, which gives us the privilege to achieve our goals, live in harmony, and live a fulfilling life. An individual attains freedom by birth and in many countries is granted by a sovereign legislation. This legislation written long ago gives an individual the opportunity to grow, prosper, and achieve… View Article

Agnes Campbell Macphail’s Impact on Equal Rights in the 1930’s

Many women in the 1930’s have done important, effective and positive impacts that still contribute to life today. The Great Depression caused and dominated millions of citizens who made women stronger and helped the economy build up again. One of the main women that sacrificed her whole career to do what she believed in and… View Article

Stand Up Constitution

PREAMBLE We, the member organization of the Student Alliance for the Advancement of Democratic Rights in UP (STAND UP), imbued with a strong desire to advance student rights and welfare, recognizing the need to unite the studentry and link its struggle with the basic sectors of the society in pursuing for a nationalist, scientific and… View Article

Invidual Rights vs Public Order

There is no right that is more fiercely guarded than of the Freedom of Speech. The right to be heard and the right to speak freely is an important aspect of every government that is accorded such a primacy in the hierarchy of rights. The reason for this is that every government is primarily established… View Article

Comparative Analysis – Elie Wiesel and Hilary Rodham Clinton

The two speeches orated by Elie Wiesel and Hilary Rodham Clinton were delivered in 1995 to influence change. Wiesel’s, ‘Listen to the silent screams’ was delivered at Auschwitz. World leaders and survivors listened as he influenced the audience to act upon racial hatred and religious extremism. Clinton delivered her speech at the United Nations 4th… View Article

Essay on Women Suffrage Movement

Since time immemorial, all movements aspiring for a goal had to do something to attain it. Citizens of colonized countries had to organize themselves and fight by means of revolution to attain freedom. Slaves who aspired for freedom had to fight for their freedom. Employees who aspired for better terms and conditions had to engage… View Article

Women’s Rights

Women’s Rights have changed without a doubt since 1945. Many opportunities arose for women and women could do things they could never do before. They were able to voice their opinions without being suppressed and this made women very happy. Prior to 1945, women’s rights were limited in areas such as politics, employment opportunities and… View Article

The human rights

Naturally, humanity likes to have the chance to enjoy their human rights. This concept is particularly evident in the debate on whether or not cigarette smoking ought to be banned. Proponents of the argument hold that smokers unnecessarily antagonize their non-smoking counterparts by subjecting them to second-hand smoke. Further, supporters argue that smoking costs the… View Article

The Vindication of the Rights of Women

‘In the Grass’ and The Vindication of the Rights of Women are two works which consider the woman and her relationship with men. This is the only way they are similar, because the lead woman of each one is very different in their ideals of their relationship with their man. In the poem, ‘In the… View Article

The Rule of Law

The idea of the rule of law can be traced back to at least the time of Aristotle who observed that given the choice between a king who ruled by discretion and a king who ruled by law, the later was clearly superior to the former. In more recent times, it is Albert V. Dicey… View Article

Women’s liberation movement of the 1960’s

Imagine what the life of a woman was before the 1960’s. The life that she had called her own was beyond far from perfect, and this was just behind closed doors. These ladies were denied of what basic rights they had, they were then trapped in a home that they created not just for themselves,… View Article

Argument Essay Thomas Paine

America is the most diverse country in the world and people come here to live the “American Dream”. Paine’s assertion is still true today that America is a diverse nation, however, the “the taxes are few” and there being “nothing to engender riots and tumults” is in fact not true today. America is known as… View Article

Individual Rights and Public Order

Individual rights are those rights we have that allow us to exercise our freedoms granted by the Bill of Rights. The Bill of Rights, originally drafted in 1789 by James Madison, came into effect in 1791 (Wikipedia 2007). The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not construe to deny or disparage others retained… View Article

Animal Liberation Front

Animals should have a Bill of Rights just like humans? Or should we just show them a little more respect. To many people today, animals are seen as nothing more than a childhood pet, a mere source of education, or even a useless annoyance. To other people, animals are beautiful, exquisite creatures that should be… View Article

The English Bill of Rights and Common Sense

The English Bill of Rights, the Cahier of the Third Estate of the City of Paris and Common Sense were all written during a time of revolution in their respective countries. Although all three political writings originated in a different country, they each share several important similarities. Each document also addressed specific issues, which the… View Article