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1

What type of right is this?

Right to a fair trial.

Civil

2

What type of right is this?

Right to eat what food one chooses.

Cultural

3

What type of right is this?

Right to social security.

Social and economic

4

What type of right is this?

Right to fair compensation.

Social and economic

5

What type of right is this?

Right to organize political demonstrations.

Political

6

Human rights are divided into what 2 groups?

Group 1: civil and political rights
Group 2: Social, economic, and cultural rights

7

True or false? Civil and political rights as one group and social, economic, and cultural rights were treated differently in two different treaties (conventions).

True
-This statement is true

8

_______________ are the recognition and protection of a person's freedoms as parts of a group. Some examples are ethnic and religious communities

Collective rights

9

These types of rights can be used by individuals directly. They are defined by their ethnicity, culture, or religion. What are they?

Individual rights

10

True or false? Human rights claims are more effective when they are made by groups of individuals.

True

11

True or false? The way we can achieve individual or direct rights is by pursuing collective rights.

True

12

What are some examples of immediate rights?

Some examples of immediate rights are the right to life, the right to expression, the right to equal protection underneath the law, and the right to assemble

13

What type of right is right to life?

civil & political

14

What type of right is right to assemble?

civil & political

15

What type of right is right to equal protection under the law?

civil & political

16

What types of freedoms are these:
freedom of thought and religion
freedom of assembly and association
freedom to partake in government
freedom of opinions and beliefs

These are fundamental freedoms

17

Which of the following is true about human rights?
A) Everyone has them
B) People have human rights because they are human
C) We are all born with them
D) No gov/authority gives them to us
E) At the core is respect human dignity for all
F) All of the above are true

F) All of the above are true

18

What are a set of standards that let people live with dignity, equality, justice, peace and freedom?

Human Rights

19

What principle states that all humans have rights which can't be placed in a hierarchical order?
A) Universality and Inalienability
B) Indivisibility
C) Interdependence and inter-relatedness
D) Participation + Inclusion
E) Accountability and rule of law

B) Indivisibility

20

What principle deems that all individuals across the globe have the right to human rights and rights realization advocates equality and nondiscrimination?
A) Participation + Inclusion
B) Indivisibility
C) Accountability and rule of law
D) Interdependence
E) Universality and Inalienability
F) None of the these

E) Universality and Inalienability

21

What principle declares that every right factors into the understanding of an individual's human dignity and the satisfaction of one right depends partially on the satisfaction of others?
A) Interdependence and interrelatibility
B) Participation & inclusion
C) Indivisibility
D) Universality and Inalienability
E) None of the above

A) Interdependence & interrelatibility

22

How do we understand human rights?

By classification

23

What types of rights are the following: right to vote, assemble, association with others?

civil & political

24

What types of rights are the following: right to health, education?

social, economic & cultural

25

True or false? International human rights standards impose the same standards (equivalent standards)

True

26

When we create international standards we may intentionally or unintentionally affect individual rights. True or false?

True

27

Human rights are ____________.

normative standards

28

These reflect what we should be or what we should strive to be.

normative standards

29

Normative standards are in international law and are universal. True or false?

true

30

Where is (Country) homelessness an option?

Denmark