What are the universal human rights? – Benedetta Berti

What are the universal human rights? – Benedetta Berti


The idea of human rights
is that each one of us, no matter who we are
or where we are born, is entitled to the same
basic rights and freedoms. Human rights are not privileges, and they cannot be granted or revoked. They are inalienable and universal. That may sound straighforward enough, but it gets incredibly complicated as soon as anyone tries
to put the idea into practice. What exactly are the basic human rights? Who gets to pick them? Who enforces them, and how? The history behind
the concept of human rights is a long one. Throughout the centuries and across
societies, religions, and cultures we have struggled with defining notions
of rightfulness, justice, and rights. But one of the most modern affirmations
of universal human rights emerged from the ruins of World War II
with the creation of the United Nations. The treaty that established the UN
gives as one of its purposes to reaffirm faith in
fundamental human rights. And with the same spirit, in 1948, the UN General Assembly adopted
the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. This document, written by an international
committee chaired by Eleanor Roosevelt, lays the basis for modern
international human rights law. The declaration is based on the principle that all human beings are born
free and equal in dignity and rights. It lists 30 articles recognizing,
among other things, the principle of nondiscrimination
and the right to life and liberty. It refers to negative freedoms,
like the freedom from torture or slavery, as well as positive freedoms, such as the freedom
of movement and residence. It encompasses basic civil
and political rights, such as freedom of expression, religion,
or peaceful assembly, as well as social, economic,
and cultural rights, such as the right to education and the right to freely
choose one’s occupation and be paid and treated fairly. The declaration takes no sides
as to which rights are more important, insisting on their universality, indivisibility, and interdependence. And in the past decades,
international human rights law has grown, deepening and expanding our understanding
of what human rights are, and how to better protect them. So if these principles
are so well-developed, then why are human rights abused
and ignored time and time again all over the world? The problem in general
is that it is not at all easy to universally enforce these rights
or to punish transgressors. The UDHR itself, despite being
highly authoritative and respected, is a declaration, not a hard law. So when individual countries violate it, the mechanisms to address
those violations are weak. For example, the main bodies within the UN
in charge of protecting human rights mostly monitor and investigate violations, but they cannot force states to, say,
change a policy or compensate a victim. That’s why some critics say it’s naive
to consider human rights a given in a world where state interests
wield so much power. Critics also question the universality
of human rights and emphasize that their development has been heavily guided by a small number
of mostly Western nations to the detriment of inclusiveness. The result? A general bias in favor
of civil policital liberties over sociopolitical rights and of individual
over collective or groups rights. Others defend universal human rights laws and point at the positive role they have
on setting international standards and helping activists in their campaigns. They also point out that not all international
human rights instruments are powerless. For example, the European Convention
on Human Rights establishes a court where the 47 member countries
and their citizens can bring cases. The court issues binding decisions
that each member state must comply with. Human rights law is constantly evolving as are our views and definitions of what
the basic human rights should be. For example, how basic or important
is the right to democracy or to development? And as our lives are increasingly digital, should there be a right
to access the Internet? A right to digital privacy? What do you think?

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    nadira ru'a

    It’s called natural law. Government is mind control. Please do research into your rights and what a right actually is.

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    ELFRIT TUMANGGOR

    AM FROM THE SMALLEST REGION FROM INDONESIA, I WAS A STUDENT WHO WAS LEAVING IN THE SEMESTER 5. A NUMBER OF COUNTRIES. I MEAN A GROUP OF LAW ENFORCEMENTS. HAVE BEEN DOING CONFIGURATION TO ME OR THERE ARE CONSCIOUS TOOLS IN MY BODY. I FEEL THERE'S A CONSCIOUS EQUIPMENT IN MY BODY THAT WORKS TO SEND A VOICE AND A PICTURE OF MY ACTIVITIES, THAT ARE AIM TO DO ANTI HUMAN ACTIVITIES FROM THE MEMBERS OF THE STATE INTELLECTIVE AGENCY (BIN). DO IT. LAW ENFORCEMENT IN NORTH SUMATERA IS INVOLVED IN SUCH INFUSION ACTION. SUMATERA UTARA (MEDAN) BECOME ONE OF THE PLACES WHEN I DO NOT FREQUENTLY HAPPEN AND INCLUDE ME. I STILL HOLD TO SURVIVE MY INJURY AND SUCCESSFUL EQUIPMENT IS STILL IN MY BODY. I WAS ABOUT THE ANTI-HUMAN BREAKING START FROM AROUND MY HOUSE TO THE PLACE OF MY CAMPUS. ALMOST SEVEN MONTHS I WAS TREATING THE CONDITION DONE BY THE INDONESIAN INTELLIGENCE MEMBER. MAYBE THIS EVENT MAKES ME THINK THAT LAW IN MY COUNTRY STILL LESS POPULAR FROM COMMUNITY THINKING BUT THE INDONESIAN COUNTRY IS A STATE OF LAW AND LAW IN MY STATE VERY FAIR, BUT IT WAS ONLY MY THOUGHT. I UNTIL NOW FEEL CAREFUL IS IT STILL THERE ARE PEOPLE WHO WANT TO GIVE JUSTICE TO ME. OR MAYBE PROTECT ME BECAUSE I CANNOT FIGHT AGAIN. I TASTE MY STRUGGLE ONLY KNOWN BY GOD. I NEVER CONSUME SLEEPING PILLS THAT I BUY FROM APOTICS, AS MUCH 20 POINTS. ASSEMBLY NOT THE FUNDAMENTAL I NATURALLY, I FEEL WITH DRINKING MY SLEEP PROBLEM WILL FINISH BUT THE SUCCESS TOOLS ARE STILL WORKING IN MY BODY. AND SHOULD STILL HAVE A BREAK. I AM A CHRISTIAN RELIGION AND I BELIEVE TO GOD AND I ALWAYS PRAY TO GOD AT THE TIME OF PEOPLE WHO ARE DOING THIS WELL BY USING THE SUCCESS TOOL TO DAMAGE MY THOUGHTS. I THINK OF MY STATE DEMOCRATIC BUT I WAS RUNNING AWAY IN DEMOCRATIC OR HUMAN CATEGORIES.

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    Tahir Gul

    Most corrupt organization UN . Until in its history was not able to solve any problem and most effected Muslims countries .

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    Yvonne Mariane Videos

    I think slaver laborers, including children, have the right to our government not supporting that indirectly.

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    Abdulkreem Al-muradi

    I am raising money to help me help my son get rid of his pain that keeps making him sad all the time that he does not want even get out the house he feels ashamed while it is not his fault and I keep feeling him that but since I am from Yemen which is under a heavy war that make people starve to death I cannot offer him the medical money that needed I will upload my son's picture along with some other pictures of the tragedy in my country all you need to do is just visit this link https://fundly.com/i-want-to-be-happy-again?ft_src=twtshare #fundly via @Fundly

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    Alexa

    note how at 3:28 the red line shows a border between Canada and the US but not between the ~12 European countries. This is how America views the world 🙂

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    Dennis HCLF Dev

    Article 19.

    Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers.

    Take that New Zealand you violators of human rights

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    Dennis HCLF Dev

    I am against the human rights because it promotes democracy as a morally good system in article 21, which it is not and forcing social security in article 22.

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    SauroNLorD

    How is "Right to an Education" square off with forcing teachers to teach for free (or stealing tax payer money to fund it)?

    What a joke. So many contradictions. Double-speak.

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    Dhou kar Tse bunja

    I would like you share my story to you about how some tibetans have been torturing me with 24/7 Remote neural monitoring and V2K every night for almost a year ,Lobsang sangay the current prime minister also harrased me once through RNM .They are also remotely monitoring my father , just because I wrote some youtube and Quora post . which i was forced to delete .

    I wrote many comments on YouTube and Quora about negative aspect of Tibetan Buddhism including how Tibetan diaspora is encouraging self imolation as almost all of victims were under 25 years of age and were monks or very religious individuals.

    Also wrote about how they are systematically discriminating and demonising Shugden followers and children are taught to hate Shugden followers.

    the tibetans they always shout about how chinese dont care about human right and free speech , but they themselve are torturing me for free speech.

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    Mahi Khan

    Let's face it y'all the world will never be a better world unless we stop lying. Let me ask you this, when you think of a certain place or country you never been to, do you ever wonder why you think of it that way? 
    A. the propaganda in the movies 
    B. the media coverage 
    C. the way how it is protray 
    D. all of the above
    Let me ask you another question, what is the second largest religion that has 1.6 billions followers?
    A. Hinduism
    B. Christianity
    C. Islam
    D. Judaism
    If you picked C, you're correct and now: is it a peaceful religion or all Muslims are terrorist
    if you said peaceful, congraulation. You're doing a great job not listening to the medias, propagandas, and other sources that protrays Islam in a terrible/wrong way. If you said the other answer, then get into your senses, there are 1.6 billions, you wouldn't stand a chance and get educated about your surroundings.

    Why am I testing you based off Islam? well because the religion that has the most stereotypes and the one people are so brain washed about is Islam. Why are people brain washed about Islam?
    here's the list
    Taliban
    Jihad
    ISIS
    etc
    yep, the "Muslim" terrorist, the one who call themselves as a true "Muslims" with the "right" Islamic teaching. Because of them the media and the movies and other sources have protayed Islam as a voilent religion.

    Another reason why I'm testing you is because we get brain washed about so many stuff and all because of the medias, movies, coverage. And this stop us from reaching out to others. This is called "Lying". They lie to us about China. They lie to us about the Revolutionary War in America.

    Here's the last question, if you get it wrong then you're brain washed about almost everything
    Is Africa in poverty or urbanized
    If you said either of them you're worng because first Africa is not a country, it's a continent and the countries in Africa do have cities and poverty.
    If you got it wrong here's what you should do: Get educated and make sure that you are not brain washed. Have a nice day.

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    Gawie hellofathing

    https://youtu.be/2wT58CD03Y8?fbclid=IwAR2mPisVhyXyFPMi7QCg2IKZfVW95syg1bNZt5jcEKn21wvv97M30zjzCG0 Would this be a human rights violation

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    Scott Hedrick

    Groups have no rights separate from individual rights. If they do, then it would be possible for a group to take action without any member of that group doing anything. How would a group enforce a right if no members of that group take any action to do so?

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    Charles Brock

    Why would a video on human rights not even remotely mention the foundational concepts underlying human rights as defined by classical liberalism? Without those foundational concepts, the application of human rights is obsolete entirely because the notion is completely subjective to each individual and anything could be defined as a human right. In classical liberalism there are foundational principles and concepts that systematically define and apply human rights within the setting of a free and civil society. Boundaries are laid on application of human rights through discussions between famous philosophers who argue different inconveniences, inconsistencies, and conflicts.

    Classical liberalism is the foundation of human rights, human rights are not subjective and ever expanding as this communist/socialist producer has lead you to believe. They have already been defined, and applied in American free society. The Confederate states didn't get it in 1861 and the Republicans did. Now it's the Democrats who don't get it, and Republicans are fast on the way to losing Understanding.

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    Guubert Saw

    Wrong. The UN was first made to help the allies win the war, it just became a peace counsil after WW2

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    Zlar Vixen

    "Human rights" are just a coined term for rights provided by Western governments towards their citizens. The vast, vast majority of the world's population lives in a place where "human rights" are laughed at, and seen as a joke. Anyone who lives in a first world country should be thankful everyday that they were lucky enough to be born in such a place. Your problems are a joke compared to the rest of the world's, so stop whining if you ever feel that your "human rights" are being compromised.

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    Aadil Chand

    Alot of expensive weapons are sold openly to kill precious humans and you are talking about human rights. The country who are making weapons should be declared as terrorist. Everyone know America sell alot of weapons. To increase its sell they destroy peace in a region just to increase its sell. Nearly Billion people dont have thier basic human rights because of USA. Even if they start getting their rights USA will again attack them.

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    Noel Stoufflet

    Produce one single human and i personally will extend human rights to the thing. Good luck finding one!

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    اكرام انا سودانيه وهذا يكفي هاشم

    اين المنظمات التي تدافع عن حقوق الانسان. وماحدث بالسودان بتاريخ 3يونيو حيث تم مقتل المدنيين العزل. ورمي اجسادهم في النيل و اغتصاب الفتيات. وضرب المسنيين داخل بيوتهم. وسقوا المواطنين مياه الصرف الصحي وهم صائمين

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    Killer Queen

    A world without human rights

    Planes would fall out of the sky
    Just because they could not fly
    But like the planes the world will fall
    And none shall stand so tall

    Buildings would be blown sky high
    Just because the end is nigh
    And when you have to make the call
    Your race could make them stall

    As you watch the the world you sigh
    All because your loved ones are nigh
    And those who stand so tall
    Watch as the world is ravaged by war

    BTW this a poem i wrote at school soooooooooo i thought i`d put it on the internet yo see what people think

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    Air nike CR7

    My dad kikc me and my mom before iborn and idont have id icant go to real school and ilearnd eng im just13 human rights can help?

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    Andres Moreno

    the human right is very important because this is the base of the individual liberties in the world. too many countrys not aplicated this rights.

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    ANGGIE CATHERINE OROZCO DIAZ

    Human rights are universal at the moment in which society defends its right to education and freedom of expression in the world. People must continue marching to defend their rights around the world, it is an issue that touches us all.

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    leila triana

    The universal human rights are fundamental for people, the las and norms are set for coexistence in a meeting of countries where the fundamental thing is justice and respecto for the differences of customs and religions.

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    DYLAN ALFREDO BAUTISTA LEON

    the importance of the standardization of democracy in the relation of the freedoms and the equities of the people, so as not to commit the mistakes of the past. It is the need of the UN, but of the freedom of nations.

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    Daniel Collazos Saavedra

    human rights have been created for everyone no matter where we are from, there are organizations that support and control human rights but they are not a law so it is difficult to control that in all countries so that these rights are fulfilled

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    paola chitiva

    Rights are what make people's lives so essential as freedom, life, justice among many others and that around the world has become vulnerable because of selfishness and power.

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    DIANA CAROLINA SUAREZ HIGUERA

    The universal human rights they are the union of several contries to defre human right and apply laws for their protection, preventing them from being violated.

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    Camilo Andres Piraban

    human rights exist by the mere fact of being human, are the necessary conditions to have quality of life, all countries in the world should have them in their political constitution

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    ivan felipe peralta palacio

    Human rights are not respected in countries with war. the reality is that they do not exist and are above political interests

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    andres cuetochambo roa

    The concept of human right is needed by earth when started the World War II, because in fought between countries had most crimen and died.

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    Wilmer Reyes

    In Colombia, in spite of the war, the human rights they are a yearning for peace, freedom and social progress. We are all called to it's construction.

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    Gretty Dayanna Gutierrez Borja

    Thanks to the creation of human rights we can have freedom to act as independent beings, and we can have a world control entity O.N.U for protecting human rights, so that countries can not take advantage of people.

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    Luisa Perez

    The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, signed in Paris on December 10, 1948, establishes, for the first time, fundamental human rights, enshrined in 30 articles, where they acquire the importance of universal by promoting social progress, equality, justice and the freedom of friendly relations between nations.

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    PAULA ANDREA CAMACHO TOVAR

    The universal human right are conditions, norms or actions supported since the person born, its a free development.

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    Sandra brigeth gamez amado

    Human rights should not be required by law or regulation; All human beings deserve to be treated with dignity.

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    Luis Guillermo Páez Punzón

    Like a result of the 2 word war, , differents countrys, created the un, in orden to avoid other war , and created the letter of the universal human rights like the objetive, for every human person

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    Liz Velandia

    Is an international document that states basic rights and fundamental freedoms to which all human beings are entitledand fundamental freedoms to which all human beings are entitled.

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    juan carlos ramos diaz

    It is a organization worldwide defend of Human Rights since 1948. Emerger after the second word war wich the creation of the ONU.
    Is responsible of protect and investigate violations of Human Right.

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    Keimyn Bohorquez

    The universal human rights are those that allow us to express freely regardless of religion, status or skin color.

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    JULIAN DARIO ARROYO TORIFIO

    For me, the universal human rights are quite important because these are a means to give dignity to people, in addition these work to give freedom of thought to a society, although it's complicated to work in the same way in all countries.

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    Alisson Gutierrez

    The universal human rights the support the rights of humanity,forcing the nacions, through the courts, to meet them the cover civil and basic rights and political rights.
    As freedom of expression of religión,in order to guarantee that all human beings.

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    carolina peña

    the fundamental rights of man, mainly are free expression, the expression of religion, the right to education, to be treated in the same way regardless of the conditions, that is, we are all free to express ourselves and to act without fear.

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    leidy Abril

    Hi
    Universal rights is a treaty established by the ONU after the Second World War, it is a declaration where it addresses violations and other aspects that welcome vulnerable people and govern all their needs

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    Samir Tique Ramos

    Fundamental rights such as life and education, put all human beings on an equal footing in the wold.

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    Ximena Ramirez

    The universal rights, they are fundamental for humanyty, global standars must be created. Ensure the rights to life and freeddom. Protect the most vulnerable people equally democracy and development must be token into account.

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    MIGUEL ANGEL GARCIA GARAY

    the human rights are very important for the world but these rights not apply for all the persons, because the individualism, economic and political interests do not allow the creation of a worldwide legislation of obligatory compliance for all countries. Therefore, we must create a society based on co-mountaineering and common well-being.

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    Lina Cruz

    The universal human rights is important because it makes us free and guarantess pues rights. But in different cases these rights are violated. The united nations find solution to this problem with assistance of countries members to this organization.

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    MrMelman89

    Human-rights; are rights given to humans that do not interfere with others individual rights, such as freedom to speak or the right protect oneself. These allow and individual to be themselves without infringing upon others rights. So called "Human-rights" such as housing or food will invariably lead to someone's rights being infringed upon or simply taken away under the false notion of "compassion".

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    juan carlos ramos diaz

    1. The protest in Hong Kong generate for amendment by Extradition.
    2. The people have right to protest.
    3.The people claiming a gaingt Extradition.
    4. The similarities consist in right to manifestation the people.

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    DIXON JAIR VELASQUEZ GUTIERREZ

    Universal rights, are to be free without any condition, enjoy and be free in our environment country or non- native city to ours, is to be without any condition engoyin free expression and free development .

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    Joram Arentved

    Money 'existands(!)' as noone's true happiness, God, neither, so it doesn't matter that I stand before no known conflict, mine, of, if I can 'testify(!)' to being guilty, owner, of, why Kirsten B. Rasmussen, 004536411405, is any Danish character, who can 'testify(!)' to 'existanding(!),' being, against me being just myself, i.e. my relev. labourality(!) purposes that she considers as her husband Ib's (irrelev.) decission, – pls. take a little moment to consider, what your true optim. is, note: Though you're likely to be wrong about anything, just a flat warning, also her irrelev. paranoia news, e.g. & forever to keep on existing, so I can find out etc., Peace, 'J.A.,' The Danish Law, whereon he, they, could contradict me, motive: A lawyer, who by eye didn't call me! (C), all rights reserved.

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    A Gomez

    Getting a visa for your partner to live in the UK

    This advice applies to England Print

    If you or your partner are from the EU, Norway, Switzerland, Iceland or Liechtenstein

    Your rights to live, work and study in the UK will change after 31 December 2020.

    If you’ve already come to live in the UK by then, you’ll be able to stay by applying to the EU Settlement Scheme for ‘settled status’ or ‘pre-settled status’. You might also be eligible to apply for British citizenship.

    If you arrive in the UK after 31 December 2020, you can stay for 3 months then apply to a new immigration scheme. The details of this scheme haven’t been confirmed yet.

    If you have the right to live in the UK permanently, you can apply for your partner to come and live with you. They have to be either:

    your husband, wife, civil partner, proposed civil partner or fiancé(e)

    partner who you’ve lived with for at least 2 years

    If you’re living in the UK on your own visa, your partner will have to either:

    apply as a dependant of a Tier 2 (General) visa holder

    apply as a dependant of a Tier 4 visa holder

    If you’re a refugee or have humanitarian protection, your partner will need to apply for family reunion on GOV.UK.

    The rules are different for each type of partner but you’ll always have to show you have enough money to support them and prove your relationship is genuine.

    Your partner can apply from outside the UK. They can also apply from inside the UK as long as they:

    were given leave to remain in the UK for more than 6 months

    aren’t in the UK on a visit visa

    aren’t applying as a fiancé(e)

    If their original visa was for 6 months or less, they won’t be allowed to switch to a partner visa while still in the UK. They’ll need to leave the UK and apply to re-enter as a partner.

    If your partner or fiancé(e) joins you in the UK based on your right to stay in the UK, you are known as their ‘sponsor’.

    Check how much you need to be earning

    You need to be earning a certain amount, or have enough savings, in order to bring your partner to the UK to live. This is called ‘meeting the financial requirement’.

    You don’t need to meet the financial requirement if you have refugee status or humanitarian protection.

    If you do need to meet the financial requirement, you’ll need to prove that you earn a minimum annual income (before tax). The amount depends on who you're applying for.

    If you’re just bringing your partner and no children, you’ll need an income of at least £18,600 per year before tax. If your partner is bringing children with them you’ll need to earn an extra £3,800 for the first child, and an extra £2,400 for each child after that.

    If you’re bringing children and your partner is already in the UK, you’ll still need to show your income is £18,600 plus the extra amounts for your children.

    Your income can be a combination of:

    earnings from employment or self-employment – but only if you’re working in the UK

    a pension

    maternity, paternity, adoption or sick pay

    other income such as from rent or shares

    If your income is less than you need, you can use cash savings to meet the financial requirement. You’ll need £16,000 plus £2.50 for every £1 your income is below the financial requirement. The savings must have been in your name for 6 months or more.

    Example

    Josh is applying for a visa to bring his husband and child to the UK. The financial requirement for a partner and 1 child is £22,400.

    Josh earns £15,700 per year – his income is £6,700 below the financial requirement. Josh can use savings to meet the requirement – he needs £16,000 plus £2.50 for every £1 his income is below the financial requirement. The extra amount is 2.5 x £6,700 = £16,750

    In total, Josh needs £16,000 + £16,750 = £29,400. this is human Right

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    Mice Vasilevski III

    Stop touch my face and destroy my skin and stop touch in my hard and stop spy my phones cameras and stop telling lay about me you are killer torture mafia police corrupted I m free man you should go in jail bye you are crazy corrupted mafia you are crazy

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    Rickster79

    Rights are determined by who has the military behind them. Even American rights were won by force of arms during the Revolutionary War.

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    Joram Arentved

    Right, if here SHALL be Any, just mine, thanks, it's just my Danish mother, Kirsten, 004536411405, appar. my right & Universality statute, thanks, forever & still 'testify(!)' to 'existanding(!)' as MY most relev. ex. & symbol, respe3ctively, what I AM, of, who can tell me, what's what, also Mars, even, who & what x * both can deserve & are, so I can concentrate on, who can tell me, what's as of right now, w. PLEASURE, thanks, also, who & what x * both can deserve & ARE, good luck, thanks, 'Jartuferatu,' The Univ. Law – etc. etc., 0056965056701, she doesn' connect till tomorrow

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    Abraham Atticus

    In my country, China,the communist Party will punish you if you say you like USA or US army.And nowadays,we cannot convert to Christianity.The government forbid us to buy the Bible. I express to my friends that I wanted to listen to the priest’s lecture.A few days ago, I told to my friends that I like the freedom in America,but they betrayed me.They informed the urban Party Committee.now the government force me to be an atheist. I am afriad.l am so scared.

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    David Jackson

    Democracy is not a human right. It is a privilege earned by the willingness to shed blood to protect it

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    Jamal Appapillai

    In india Rss and Bajrangdal terrorist are killing poor muslims and hindus in the name of cow.can u please take action .atleast 43 people died in this mob lynching.please.please.please.do something

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    tubeytubby

    In the real world, human might, makes those humans right. How can you tell? They are alive to say they are, and maybe you won't be. You win the moral high ground, they stay above ground while you lie under it with the worms. Survival requires organized society, and some thrive when the society respects its individuals and groupings and protects them because they contribute and share in growth of the society. Other societies grow through predation and exclusion, and they respect serving one group over another. Rights are, subjective in that self-interest as a state organized under a certain ideology or culture or ethnicity, will take priority over other concerns or people's needs.

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    Surya Teja

    The declaration of human rights by UN are not enforceable. This is why still violation of fundamental human rights are prevailed

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    뉴스필드

    So far, since humans appeared on Earth, humans are just so that the abuses of human rights are an animal that was built just to prove.

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    Stupidity Prevails

    The proof we live in a monkey system….

    Everyone respects ty he laws of the game ….
    Nobody respects human rights laws …..

    Only animal social rules that apply…. humans are non-existent anymore….

    Welcome to the digital age…

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    Thots need to stop :C

    Do these count for children? Because I feel like my parents are taking away some of my human rights

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    yona

    India always gets away with violating the basic human rights of residents of occupied Kashmir. As they are getting away now. Who will make them answerable to all their atrocities? When will the voice of kashmiris be heard

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    yip alan

    https://www.facebook.com/ArmChannelTV/videos/1104129556642424/

    Here is Hong Kong where calling for help about police violence.

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    Now-a-days, that UN declaration of rights is being weaponized by elite groups in the world, and it is being used to attack non-compliant nations to submission to their agendas; hence, I believe and suggest that we reanalyze it's purposes and sanctions. No nation should be above and beyond it – regardless of its economic and military capability in this world.

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