International Human Rights Day is celebrated on December 10 every year to recognize human rights and give strength to fight for its rights.
International Human Rights Day is celebrated every year on December 10. The United Nations had declared the day of December 10 (December 10) in 1950 as a World Human Rights Day, which aimed to attract attention of people around the world to human rights.
In the year 1948 the United Nations General Assembly adopted it, but officially this day’s announcement took place in the year 1950. In order to celebrate ‘International Human Rights Day’, the Assembly invited all countries in 1950. After which the Assembly issued the 423 (V) resolution and issued notice to all countries and related organizations to celebrate this day.
Why Human Rights Day is celebrated?
Human Rights Day is celebrated with the aim of making people aware of their rights. Human rights also include the right to health, economic, social and education. Human rights are the basic natural rights that can not be deprived or harassed on the basis of race, race, nationality, religion, sex etc. on human beings.
Human rights in India
Human rights law in India came into effect on 28 September 1993. After which the government constituted the National Human Rights Commission on October 12, 1993. The Human Rights Commission also works in political, economic, social and cultural fields. Such as wages, HIV AIDS, health, child marriage, women’s rights. The task of the Human Rights Commission is to make more people aware.
In India this law is delayed
Even though the United Nations invited all countries to celebrate this day in 1950, it would take a long time to implement human rights law in India. After the Human Rights Act came into force in our country on September 28, 1993, after which the National Human Rights Commission was constituted on 12th October, 1993 after stepping forward in this direction.
What does the Human Rights Commission
The Human Rights Commission also works in political, economic, social and cultural fields. Such as wages, HIV AIDS, health, child marriage, women’s rights. So that more and more people can be made aware.
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