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Human right is nothing more than a troubling mass of conflicting ideas. How do you respond to the rather dismissive question, "Why study Human rights"?

Please include the definition and grounding of human rights, the distinction between moral and legal rights, the notion of claim rights and liberty rights, the substantive categories of human rights as well as the scope of human rights duties. In the answer, also, please include and demonstrate you are acquainted with such topics as the problem of "definition", the meaning of "communication", and the role of the "ambiguity of words", "the essence of classification".

Please provide examples and case references to support argument.

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// Human rights are the rights that are to be equally shared and possessed by all humans around the world. This paper deals with defining the meaning of human rights, provides the distinction between moral and legal rights, throws light on the notion of liberty and claim rights and also states the substantive categories of human rights as well as the scope of human rights duties //.

Human rights are the rights made for the protection of rights and dignity of all humans around the world. Some specific human rights include the right to freedom of thought, expression, religion, movement, organization, freedom from the discrimination with regard to race, color, religion, language, age and sex and also to basic education and employment. Human laws have been defined and guided by the United Nation Organization along with some fellow organizations, international conventions and treaties for the prohibition of any kind of inhumane behavior and conduct against humans (Campbell, 2006).

Human rights got into existence out of the theories of earlier systems of international law which developed extensively during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, where each member nation possessed sole power over its internal affairs without any interference from outside. But, after the origination of United Nations in the year 1945, the notion got changed and the need for the equal standards for the human all around the world was felt and as a result, United Nations developed objectives for the worldwide human rights standards. Thereafter, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights which was adopted by the U.N General Assembly in 1948 became an important human rights document and got followed by nations all around the world.

In order to transform the U.N charter into an international code of human rights law, the international community created various kinds of multilateral human rights treaties. The two major treaties in this regard came into existence in the year 1976, and were called the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and the International Covenant on Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights. Subsequently, the International Bill of Human Rights became the outcome of the integration of the U.N Charter, the Universal declaration of Human rights, and an accord called the Optional Protocol to the Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (1976) (Campbell, 2006).

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