Following the atrocities of World War 2, world leaders created a legally binding declaration that would act as the foundation of international of human rights law. The universal declaration of human rights, drafted by committee members from several continents, represents "the universal recognition thaw basic rights and fundamental freedoms are inherent to l human beings..
Whatever our nationality, place of residence, gender, national's or ethnic origin, language or any other status. The leaders recognized that these rights are inalienable and equally applicable to everyone, and that everyone of us is born free and equal in dignity and in rights(United Nations, n.d.para2) Although United Nations declared these rights to apply to everyone, individuals from different cultures differ in terms of ethical norms, codes of. Conduct and values. How do these cultural differences in terms of ethical norms and codes of conduct affect public administrator's perceptions of human rights?
1. An explanation of how the cultural differences in the ethical norms and codes of conduct in your chosen countries might affect a public administrators's perception of human rights within that country. Then explain how both global governance structures and nongovernmental organizations might address these differences in ethical norms and values in order to improve human rights in that country.
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To complete this assignment, background knowledge of the United Arab Emirates people and their customs is necessary. Also, knowledge of the
Universal Declaration of Human Rights is also necessary. These articles are attached for your review, as well.
Selected Country: United Arab Emirates (Dubai)
Researched Background Information:
HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has continued to crack down on freedom of expression and association. The authorities arbitrarily detained scores of individuals they suspected of links to domestic and international Islamist groups. Court convicted dissidents after unfair trials. The UAE made no reforms to a system that facilitates the forced labor of migrant workers. Plans to ameliorate conditions for female domestic workers fell short of the standards outlined in the convention on domestic workers that the International Labor Organization (ILO) adopted in 2012.
The aforementioned information provides an overview of this country's ethical norms, culture, codes of conducts, values, and cultural differences.
1.An explanation of how the cultural differences in the ethical norms and codes of conduct in your chosen countries might affect a public administrators' perception of human rights within that country.
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights Preamble (1948) states:
"Whereas recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family is the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world."
Article 1 of the Universal Declaration ...
This assignment provides insight into the perceptions of human rights as it pertains to our global economy.
Emphasis is placed on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Over 1000 words with reference to the Declaration of Independence and Human Rights is given.