human rights

Human Rights: A Historical Perspective on Fundamental Rights

Just like the phoenix, human rights emerged from the ashes and ruins of the world. The beginning of human rights as a revolution is said to be in the late 19th and the whole of the 20th century. However, from ancient texts and research, we can gather that the first time human rights were talked about was back in 539 BC. This is when the armies of Cyrus the great captured ancient Persian lands only to free the slaves and establish equality. This significant historical act provided a basis for today’s human rights decrees.
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Partition of India and Pakistan

Uprooted: The Partition of India and Pakistan

Two nations standing on the ruins of a humongous blended family — India and Pakistan. The partition of these two nations was the biggest ever recorded in the World History. Millions forced to leave not just their homes and their valuables, but their identities. Identities that make us who we are! It was not their homes they were leaving behind, but their roots.
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Uncontacted Tribes

Uncontacted Tribes: Should We Contact the Uncontacted?

Researchers estimate hundreds of uncontacted tribes exist today. These uncontacted tribes reside in the jungles or forests of Brazil, Papua New Guinea and other countries around the world. They have languages, traditions, tools and social norms that most explorers are still unsure of. Their isolation and status in an ever-changing environment has continued to conflict with the rest of the planet. Do we interfere, or do we as a society leave them alone and uncontacted?
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LGBTQ+ and music

7 Music Videos About LGBTQ+ Rights

In the name of equality and gender rights, we have dedicated the month of October to LGBTQ+, including the history, achievements, and issues surrounding it. The perception and inclusion of LGBTQ+ in our culture have increased and gotten better significantly over the course of the past decades. There’s undoubtedly still a long way to go, making it even more important to talk about it, to preach messages of love and inclusion instead of hate and isolation.
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LGBTQ rights

The South Pacific Has a Serious LGBTQ Rights Problem

Oceania has an appalling LGBTQ rights record, and it is one that you never hear about. The region is often overlooked in regards to its human rights record, with the mainstream media preferring report on the natural beauty and splendor of the continent rather than it’s downfalls of inequality.
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