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Hello today I am here to tell you about human rights. My first question I will tell you today is, how has human rights affected the development of some countries? There are many countries that have signed the act about 56 countries.
Here I am in Canada the reason I'm here is to show you the diffrences between developed countries. Another question to get you thinking is, What are the differences between developed countries that implement human rights and countries that don't?
Canada has a stable banking system, a generous amount of resources. They also give there citizens rights and equal opportunity, because of this they are a very devolved countries.
This is Zimbabwe (This has been made exaggerated) looking at the scene behind me you can see living conditions of some. One thing you might be asking yourself is, what are human right? Well human rights are something we have just simply have because we are human.
This is Cambodia famous for it's temples. This country is has been know to be corrupt and have child labor.
You might ask yourself what is corruption? Corruption is being dishonest or lying about money in higher power people or governments.
In conclusion through connecting and searching other countries and Canada and Zimbabwe we have our understanding of this question. That countries with democratic government and with human rights increase the development time because citizens usually support decisions because they are happy with the government. The support of the U.N can help development because the connections to other countries and involvement in participation in events involving world leaders means you can learn from others and other countries and they will have your back. Some of the transitioning countries there have been improved due to human right worth highlighting, Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, and Yemen the most obvious is the new found ability in the regions is for people to change their government, and to interact with it in ways unheard of under the former regimes. Free elections and referendums have been held in all four transitioning countries, and while not without flaws, in most cases they were considerably fairer than under the previous regimes. Yemen, have paved the way for an open discussion between citizens and the state. Such initiatives are helping to redefine the relationship between the government and the governed. Those countries are a lot developed due to the rights to vote in free dom so human rights definitely have a positive impact in development of countries.
Cites: https://en.wikipedia.org/ wiki/Universal_Declaration_of_Human_Rights https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Zimbabwe# The_economy_during_the_1980s_and_1990 http://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-14113618 https://www.hrw.org/asia/cambodia https://www.hrw.org/world-report/2016/country-chapters/cambodia https://www.fidh.org/en/region /asia/cambodia/The-human-rights-situation-in
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