This list of human rights is the one that should be simplest. Those rights you want for yourself, you should also want for your neighbor. However, these seem to be the most contentious. People want these rights for themselves, and yet they want to dictate to others what they can, or cannot do. While you may be able to request that a person not do (or say) certain things within your home, or business, it hurts everyone to do so. There may be certain reasons, such as PTSD, that may okay caution in some rare cases.
Express thoughts and ideas
Privacy of home and correspondence
A job, a fair wage, and a trade union
Marriage and Family (including adoption)
Create Intellectual Property
Every person should have the freedom to own property. For some reason, our society counts success as owning objects. When whole segments of the population are not allowed to own anything, they will never be viewed as successful, which leads to a magnitude of problems.
Religion. A contentious subject. As it should be. It is private and personal, and should remain that way. No one needs to know, unless they live in your home. Or, their religious choices hurt or kill others. Then, those people fall back into the legal human rights category.
All humans, regardless of age, gender, or background should be able to express their thoughts and ideas in mediums they choose, as long as they do not hurt others. These thoughts and ideas do have consequences.
All humans should have the right to privacy, both in the home, and in public. Their health, and other records should never be available to the public. Very rare instances should any of these documents be made available to doctors, police departments, and employers.
Although, it could benefit deafblind individuals for police to know there are deafblind individuals in the community. They sometimes need specialized to training to realize that a deafblind person may not hear them, or recognize that a police office is there. Some deafblind individuals have died in recent years due to being shot by police who were unaware that a person walking with a cane was not a threat, and had no way of knowing they were there and yelling at them.
All humans should have the right to live with, and financially support the people they choose to. Whether as a spouse, or a friend. This support should be extended to include insurance (until national payer exists) housing, ad hospital visitation.
All people should have the right to adopt a child if they are deemed a fit parent. Some parents may work outside the home, while others, who remain at home, can care for the children who need a full time parent.
All humans should have a right to fair and safe employment. This includes fair wages, equal wages -regardless of gender, age, or ability. In this case, ability applies to accommodating visual, hearing, and physical disabilities, not the ability to do the job.
All humans should have the right to have vacation. Time to read, rest, and be around family. Working every waking moment for 30 or 40 years simply leads to disability, and a wasted life.
All humans should have access to health. Both healthcare, and real health opportunities. Healthcare is vital to well being. Without time off, and short enough work days, people cannot eat or exercise properly to maintain their health.
All people should have a right to an education. Education stretches the mind and keeps the person busy and happy. It helps people relate, understand, and empathize with others, regardless of their situation.
An often forgotten component of human rights is the concept of community responsibility. If a community normalizes abusers, they should not be surprised at the results – damaged community members who cannot fill the roles society expects them to. If you see someone abusing another, it’s important to stand up for them. It is the only way abuse will stop. These survivors need to know they have community support. Even if that support is simply agreement, and preventing of victimization.
The list goes on and on. Basically, if you feel you have a certain right, then so does the person next to you.
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