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Short Assignment on Third Generation of Human Rights

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Specifically talk about What the generation refers to, any issues surrounding it and an example of the generation (Described, treaties relating to and Difficulties on the international scene) Mark was 18/20

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Foreign relations Law Government Rights Human rights instruments Identity politics Libertarian theory Human rights Three generations of human rights Economic, social and cultural rights Civil and political rights Natural and legal rights
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Foreign relations Law Government Rights Human rights instruments Identity politics Libertarian theory Human rights Three generations of human rights Economic, social and cultural rights Civil and political rights Natural and legal rights
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Vasak’s division supports the three creeds of the French Revolution, the right to liberty, equality and fraternity. First generation human rights have a high level of concern of civil and political rights such as freedom of the individual through expression to vote and security. An individualistic approach with the state having ability to interfere with personal freedom. The second generation has concern with the socio-economical and cultural rights such as the right to work, the right to education and the right to social security. The third generation or ‘solidarity rights’ whom Vesak stated are those that go beyond civil and social rights. They include the right to development, peace and a sustainable clean environment. The third generation is the only generation that exists in legal propositions, ra...
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