According to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights adopted and proclaimed by the United Nation’s General Assembly on December 10th 1948 ‘All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood”. Every person in every part of the globe irrespective of ethnic and creed whatever their age or sex or color may be, all human beings are entitled to fundamental rights, which include a variety of aspects from the civil and political, to socio-economic rights.
Over 50 years the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was signed by most of the governments around the world and nonetheless the abuses and violation widespread and grow in every part of the globe.
According to Amnesty International merely Norway, Netherlands, Denmark, Iceland and Costa Rica appeared to be the countries that did not show any serious violation of Human Rights. Commonly people do believe that Human Rights violation are more likely to take place in countries where dictatorships prevail but this tend to occur in democracies as well.
The new world order resulted in the globalization, did not look as bright and cheerful for most people as we would have announced or imagined, or … hoped.