Law, Criminology and Forensics - Law
The right of a person to be respected and valued, and to be treated ethnically for their own sake is termed as human dignity. Violations of human dignity takes place when an individual is humiliated, instrumentalized or objectified, degraded, and dehumanized. Absolute poverty and relative poverty are two of the major causes which result in the violation of human dignity. The rights of individuals which are necessary for their moral, spiritual, and intellectual development, and for their existence and all-round development are defined as fundamental rights. Some of the rights included in fundamental rights are equality before the law, freedom of speech, and freedom of expression, religious and cultural freedom. The topics included in this book on this area of study are of utmost significance and bound to provide incredible insights to readers. It explores all the important aspects of human dignity and fundamental rights in the present day scenario. Those in search of information to further their knowledge will be greatly assisted by this book.