Law, Criminology and Forensics - Law
Human rights are a wide variety of values or capabilities that are thought to enhance human agency or protect human interests. It is claimed equally for all present and future individuals and is declared universal in character. In order to safeguard the collective well-being, people everywhere need to achieve diverse values or capabilities. It is observed that this need is often ignored by social as well as natural forces. This leads to exploitation, oppression, persecution and other forms of deprivation. Human rights and their associated national and international legal processes are deeply rooted in these observations. This book is a compilation of chapters that discuss the most vital concepts and emerging trends in the field of human rights. It includes contributions made by international experts. This book is a vital tool for all researching and studying this field.