After World War 2, United Nations was created and thereafter in 1948, members of the United Nations formed the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. This was to ensure that each and every person regardless of who they are has the same rights and freedom as all others. The European Convention on Human Rights came into being in 1950 and the Declaration and the Human Rights Act 1998 relating to this was brought in as a law within the United Kingdom.
Ensures everyone has a right to an education. Human rights must be taken into account when either a national or international public authority have an issue to resolve. A violation of human rights in a law court can be questioned. If a group of people come together they each have their own human rights but they must also ensure they are not preventing other people from their human rights. e.g. causing a disturbance in a residential area is disturbing the peace of people living in the area.
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