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Human Rights

Human rights are rights inherent to all human beings, regardless of gender, nationality, place of residency, sex, ethnicity, religion, color or and other categorization. Thus, human rights are non-discriminatory, meaning that all human beings are entitled to them and cannot be excluded from them. Of course, while all human beings are entitled to human rights
the human rights most relevant to trafficking are:

    The prohibition of discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth, or other status;
The right to life;
The right to liberty and security;
 The right not to be submitted to slavery, servitude, forced labor or bonded labor;
  The right not to be subjected to torture and/or cruel, inhuman, degrading treatment or punishment;
  The right to be free from gendered violence;
  The right to freedom of association;
  The right to freedom of movement;

“The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was made on 10th of December, 1948. This declaration is the basic instrument of human rights. In spite of the fact that this declaration has no legal bindings and authority, it forms the basic of all laws on human rights. The necessity of formulating laws to protect human rights is now being felt all over the world.
Article 19 "Everyone Has the right to freedom of opinion and expression this right inludes
freedom to hold opinions without interfence and to seek,receive and impart knowledge throgh any media


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