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Is human rights born after or before the law?

Human right! Many are of question whether human right is born after or before the law? Human beings are born free in many parts of the world. There are few countries which restricts the freedom to born either in the form of policy like one parent- one child or through the indirect diffusion of ideas such as small family, happy family. And  I believe this article will answer some of your questions. The information provided in this article is limited to my personal view and information which might intersect with your thought is highly regretted and your criticisms are highly appreciated.

 Human rights are the set of moral principles that governs functioning of society without compromising the happiness of one another. While protesting for the right, we often tend to forget our duty. Therefore the existence and birth of law has become crucial and necessary to recognize undeniable human right.  Laws are crafted to protect human right and demoralize human right violation. When laws are compromised, human rights becomes far from the reach of common people. And I strongly believe in the crafting of feasible law that keeps our rights alive. On the similar note, lapses from law enforcers critically affect the realization of our rights. For example, Racisms, war crimes are happening around the globe due to insincere law enforcers and greedy politicians.

Therefore human right is unexplainable without law and they are often defined as one since the laws are crafted to recognized the right of humanity. Unlike right, laws on other hand ensure that everyone is protected against any emerging human right violation issues such as racism, gender inequality, and slavery. Coming back to question, is human right born after or before the law? Human are born free with their natural rights to born and law are designed to ensure that their rights are protect along with undeniable duties. 

                Therefore, right  without law is baseless and moral less.



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