Human Rights

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Human Rights by Mind Map: Human Rights

1. Statistics

1.1. Child soldiers—UNICEF estimates that more than 300,000 children under 18 are currently being exploited in over thirty armed conflicts worldwide.

1.2. Child labor—246 million children, one in every six children aged 5 to 17, are involved in child labor. (International Labour Organization, 2002)

1.3. Gang violence—100 percent of cities with populations greater than or equal to 250,000 reported gang activity. (US Department of Justice)

2. Origin

2.1. In 539 B.C., the armies of Cyrus the Great, the first king of ancient Persia, conquered the city of Babylon. But it was his next actions that marked a major advance for Man. He freed the slaves, declared that all people had the right to choose their own religion, and established racial equality. These and other decrees were recorded on a baked-clay cylinder in the Akkadian language with cuneiform script. Known today as the Cyrus Cylinder, this ancient record has now been recognized as the world’s first charter of human rights. It is translated into all six official languages of the United Nations and its provisions parallel the first four Articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

3. How to seek help

3.1. To seek help we need to approach to someone who can help us or complaint to the human right officers and tell them how your rights were violated this will help us and our rights won't be violated.

4. Punishment for Culprit

4.1. Afghanistan follows the Islamic laws for punishing those accused of rape. The two most prevalent methods that are used by Afghans for punishing the rapists are hanging the person to death and death by a firing squad.

5. 30 articles

5.1. 1. We Are All Born Free and Equal 2. Don’t Discriminate 3. The Right to Life 4. No Slavery 5. No Torture 6. You Have Rights No Matter Where You Go 7. We’re All Equal Before the Law 8. Your Human Rights Are Protected by Law 9. No Unfair Detainment 10. The Right to Trial 11. We’re Always Innocent Till Proven Guilty 12. The Right to Privacy 13. Freedom to Move 14. The Right to Seek a Safe Place to Live 15. Right to a Nationality

5.2. 16. Marriage and Family 17. The Right to Your Own Things 18. Freedom of Thought 19. Freedom of Expression 20. The Right to Public Assembly 21. The Right to Democracy 22. Social Security 23. Workers’ Rights 24. The Right to Play 25. Food and Shelter for All 26. The Right to Education 27. Copyright 28. A Fair and Free World 29. Responsibility 30. No One Can Take Away Your Human Rights

6. How to spread awareness of human rights using different medias

6.1. We can spread awareness on human rights using - News papers, magazines, websites , bill boards , posters , flyers , videos, television , books , movies and many more medias.