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Part 2 of the Core – Human Rights

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- The nature and development of human rights - Promoting and enforcing human rights - In Australia

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Part 2 of the Core – Human Rights
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Foreign relations Law Government Human rights instruments Human rights Abuse Culture International human rights law Universal Declaration of Human Rights International human rights instruments Economic, social and cultural rights International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights
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Foreign relations Law Government Human rights instruments Human rights Abuse Culture International human rights law Universal Declaration of Human Rights International human rights instruments Economic, social and cultural rights International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights
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They are considered to be universal, inalienable and inherent. Developing Recognition of Human Rights: • The Abolition of Slavery: A type of forced labour where a person is considered to be the legal property of another. After the end of WW2, the United Nations made a clear statement that slavery was prohibited under Article 4 of the UDHR. The last state officially abolish slavery was Mauritania in 1981. Despite centuries of anti-slavery efforts, illegal slavery still occurs, with an estimated 27 million people enslaved worldwide. • Labour Rights & trade unionism: Trade unionism is an act of which allows employees a free choice of employment and favourable conditions to protect them against unemployment. It’s also an organisation that protects employees against any discrimination, and holds the r...
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