1IntroductionHuman rights are rights thatare given to all individuals regardless of their gender, race, nationality,language and or any other status. Humans are all equally entitled to their ownrights without being discriminated, all of these rights are related to oneanother, complete each other and are universally expressed and guaranteed bythe law in different treaties, general principles and customary law. When itinvolves the government, all obligations take action in a certain specific wayto spread protection for all humans regarding their rights and freedom ofexpression no matter their cultural or political status.
According to thehistory of the Universal Declaration of Human rights (UDHR) these rights aresplit by the United Nations in Paris 1948 into a number of 30 differentcategories that define each and every single right with its legal and culturalbackground that individuals are entitled to have in their lives as human beings.However, not all countries are the same when dealing with these rightsdepending on their cultural background and political status some are given theopportunity to express their rights and some aren’t. Bellow will be mentionedthe 30 basic human rights:1.2Right to life The right to life is a basicknown principle that states every human being has the right to live and not bekilled by another.
The role of right to life is to spread awareness in debatingthe problems of war, health care, and punishments. Taking it back to history,humans that weren’t given the privilege regarding their right to life such asindividuals that were politically and socially high in power, were notgenerally accepted of this right.1.2.1 International conventionsInternational conventionsfocus on the law enforcement which are known as “Model Policies” that work with different input starting from a leadingsource and constitute with the best mind thinkers. Its considered to be violating the right tolife when for example; using a prohibited weapon that leads to death ordisregarding the loss of life in the international conventions.
However, thereare certain exceptions that abolish this law from the internationalresponsibility regarding ones death that is in Article 2(2) of TheInternational Convention which states: “2. Depriving of life is not considered illegal when it is done by force whichwill lead to necessary actions in defending any person from violence in orderto have impact and avoid the escape of the one detained by the law.”1.2.2 Bahraini law 1.3Right to EqualityThe Right to Equality meansthat every individual has the right to enjoy their rights on their own but allare equally treated the same without discrimination.
1.3.1 International ConventionsArticle 1 of UDHR states that”Every human being is equal to the other and is treated as such from birthwithout any exceptions or distinctions” And Article 2 of UDHR also states “Allhumans are bound to their own freedom and are equal to one another without anykind of discrimination whether it regards language, religion, gender.”1.3.2 Bahraini Law 1.
4 Right to Freedom fromDiscriminationThe right to freedom fromdiscrimination means that all individuals are given the right to live freelywithout being discriminated by others regarding their race, gender, politicalstatus, age, cultural backgrounds and any other. No jurisdictions shall be madeinternationally and or politically.1.
4.1 International ConventionsAccording to the UDHR Article7 states that ” All humans shall be treated equal before the law and otherindividuals and are given the right to protection equally when and ifdiscriminated.” Adding Article 2 of UDHR banning “Any discrimination of anysort” the emphasis in making it clear that there will be no excuses ordifferences what so ever.1.
4.2 Bahraini Law 1.5 Right to Freedom of SlaveryThe right to freedom fromslavery’s meaning is that slavery is prohibited in all its forms, no humanbeing shall be servitude or obligate to become slaves before anyone.1.5.1 International ConventionsArticle 4 in UDHR EuropeanConvention states that ” No human being will be held or taken in as a slaveregardless the reasons, this is prohibited in all forms internationally by thelaw and can’t be tolerable legally” 1.
5.2 Bahraini Law 1.6 Right to Freedom fromTortureThis means that no human beingshould be tortured in any way (physically, mentally, abusively), people shouldbe given the right to be free from torture and inhuman punishments.1.6.1 International ConventionsIn the UDHR Article 15 ” No humanwill be punished or tortured in any kind of way, unless it is purposely orwillingly waned by the individual for medical reasons and experimentations.
” State parties will makesure to avoid any sort of abusement and cruel punishments and measure thedifference between torturing and inhuman acts when treating people withdisabilities in need of medical help.”1.6.2 Bahraini Law 1.7 Right to Recognition as aPersonEvery individual has the rightto be recognized as human beings in all countries everywhere whether they’re citizensor not1.7.1 International ConventionsArticle 5 UDHR of the AfricanCharter on Human Rights states ” All humans shall be recognized and respected legallyby his or her status ” Article 16 by the ICCPR states that ” Everyone shall be recognizedas a person no matter the place or background by the law” 1.7.2 Bahraini Law 1.8 Right to Equality before theLawAll individuals should be ableto feel and be treated as equals and seenas one before the law without feeling disregarded and mistreated because of theirpolitical and social status1.8.1 International ConventionsArticle 7 in the UDHR “1.8.2 Bahraini Law