Best 477 of Human rights quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 15 Sep

Shenita Etwaroo

Christian Faith For me, being a Christian is all about true love. The Gospel of John instructs us, “Dear Friends, let us love one another, for love comes from God. Everyone who loves has been born of God and knows God. Whoever does not love does not know God, because God is love.” I believe that first we need to love ourselves, even when we are told that we do not deserve love. Then we need to love others, especially those who have not been treated with love. And of course, we need to love Jesus. Love for Jesus can be the foundation for living a good life, a life full of compassion and joy. Loving Jesus is where I believe a Christian life starts, because that love spreads all around, to people, animals, and the world. Animal Rights During my life so far, animals have brought me joy and comfort when I thought that I would never find happiness. My bunny Neon taught me so much about unconditional love. This experience showed me that animals have souls deserving of love just as much as humans, and they can be some of the purest examples of God’s love on Earth. I believe we can all show animals the compassion and love they deserve by choosing products that are fur-free and cruelty-free and by eating a vegan diet. Even people who aren’t prepared to commit to a vegan lifestyle can make thoughtful everyday choices that reduce needless cruelty against animals. Human Rights I have myself been a victim of abuse, so I know how hopeless life can seem to those in dark situations. However, I also know how much of a difference a small ray of light can make. My goal in life now is to shine that ray of light onto as many people in need as possible. As an advocate for human rights, I aim to raise awareness and help others who are suffering. From volunteering for organizations, to simply looking out for a neighbor or friend, we can all make a difference in helping others. Human rights of freedom and safety belong to each of us, and we all have a responsibility to support people who are the most vulnerable.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Widad Akrawi

ISIS BEHEADS CIVILIANS WHILE WORLD KEEPS FORGETTING WHAT VICTIMS' SOULS R BEGGING: HUMANITY SAVE KOBANE

By Anonym 20 Sep

Matshona Dhliwayo

Where money talks, the poor have no voice.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Sophia Mcdougall

What about our human rights,' demanded Carl, who'd gathered a small deputation of kids within minutes. 'There is a WAR ON,' said Crewman Devlin, shortly. I wondered if this meant grown-ups actually listen to you when there wasn't a war on, because somehow I was sceptical.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Widad Akrawi

I WILL FOLLOW ANYONE AND REMIND EVERYONE OF THE SUFFERING... OF THE ENSLAVED... YAZIDI WOMEN

By Anonym 16 Sep

Yuval Noah Harari

It is easy for us to accept that the division of people into 'superiors' and 'commoners' is a figment of the imagination. Yet the idea that all humans are equal is also a myth. [...] Advocates and of equality and human rights may be outraged by this line of reasoning. Their response is likely to be 'We know that people are not equal biologically! But if we believe that we are all equal in essence, it will enable us to create a stable and prosperous society.' I have no argument with that. That is exactly what I mean by 'imagined order'. We believe in a particular order not because it is objectively true, but because believing in it enables us to cooperate effectively and forge a better society. Imagined orders are not evil conspiracies or useless mirages. Rather, they are the only way large numbers of humans can cooperate effectively. Bear in mind, though, that Hammurabi might have defended his principle of hierarchy using the same logic: 'I know that superiors, commoners and slaves are not inherently different kinds of people. But if we believe that they are, it will enable us to create a stable and prosperous society.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Asa Don Brown

People who are trafficked are often the most vulnerable in our society.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Abhijit Naskar

Now is the time that we walk as humans and not as labels. Rise and walk, like did Rosa Parks, MLK, Madiba (Mandela), Honest Abe (Lincoln), Mevlana (Rumi) and many more.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Amit Ray

The key arsenal of dark democracy is developing hatred and enmity towards the neighboring countries. Politicians do this just to block the prefrontal cortex or the wisdom brain of the mass and to activate the amygdala, the fear centers of the brain of the mass.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Sameh Shoukry

I think the issue that concerns us is certainly regaining stability, but issues of human rights are an integral part of our reform policies, of our new constitution.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Steven Biko

The most potent weapon of the oppressor is the mind of the oppressed.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Namsoon Kang

Whenever one comes to the the table for interreligous dialogue, there is what I would call an _ecumenical taboo_ that one has to comply with. The ecumenical taboo_ does not exist in a written document, but people tend to practice it around the dialogue table. One should not raise, for instance, such questions as gender justice, sexual orientation issues, religious constructions of the other, multiple forms of violence in a religious community, or religious cooperation with neo/imperialism. each religion has its own _history of sin_ that has justified and perpetuated oppression and exclusion of certain groups of people through its own religious teaching, doctrine, and practice. In order to be _nice_ and _tolerant_ to one another, interreligious dialogue has not challenged the fundamental issues of injustice that a particular religion has practiced, justified, and perpetuated in various ways. I do not disregard that most ecumenists have based interreligious dialogue on a politics of tolerance, and this has played a significant role in easing the antagonism between religions, at least among the leaders of established religions. However, we should ground an authentic ecumenism and theology of religion in a _politics of affirmation and transformation, rather than a politics of tolerance_.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Stefan Molyneux

The word "rights", is something that governments need to provide you and protect you from but, the governments are the basic violators of all human rights.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Bayard Rustin

You have to join every other movement for the freedom of people.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Fakeer Ishavardas

If you can cull an animal, or kill a human , and sleep well, does not mean you are any more well than a sick animal.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Abhijit Naskar

It's not enough for the torch of liberty to be held up high only by one woman, every human must hold the torch up high in every corner of the world.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Shenita Etwaroo

A man is only noble when he has pity on all living creatures.” -Shenita Etwaroo

By Anonym 15 Sep

Christina Engela

As a human rights activist it is concerning to me that those committing atrocities against vulnerable people view these atrocities as 'progress', and assert with pride and conviction that they are 'Christians' and that they are doing 'God's will'.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Widad Akrawi

We are currently facing many hurdles, BUT will never lose the sight of infinite hope.

By Anonym 16 Sep

David Steinman

If we don't stand up for others when they're persecuted, we lose the right to complain when it's done to us.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Caspar Vega

I interjected saying one would generally have to be human to have human rights.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Patrisse Khan-cullors

Clinton had a universe of faults but under her administration we likely wouldn't have seen married people being picked up and separated by border patrol. Health care, including Planned Parenthood, which is the only access to prenatal and gynecological health care many poor women have at all, wouldn't be at risk. The Paris Climate Accord wouldn't have been tossed out. We wouldn't be going the other way on mass incarceration, prison privatization and the drug war. We wouldn't be facing the rebirth of the old Jim Crow. Which is not to say that a Clinton presidency would have meant peace and justice for all. It wouldn't have. She would have pushed an agenda that elevated the American Empire in terrible ways. But the loss of even the most compromising of agreements, accords and legislation means that we are starting from negative numbers. It means that we can't focus on pushing for something far better than the ACA -- like single-payer health care -- but that we have to fight for even the most basic of rights.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Leila S. Chudori

Ketidaktahuan dan ketidakpastian kadang-kadang jauh lebih membunuh daripada pembunuhan.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Moon Jae-in

It is very deplorable that North Korea still does not uphold human rights, which are universal values.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Widad Akreyi

I reiterate my dedication to advocating for effective preventive strategies to end gun violence once and for all. In the face of the rising tensions and the widespread proliferation of small arms and light weapons, we call on everyone to join us to build conditions that will make world peace more likely. We all know that the road to building peace goes through ending conflicts and silencing the guns.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Shenita Etwaroo

As I stood in line at the drug store one day, I heard a man yelling for someone to come to him, he even whistled. I expected a child (although that would have been unacceptable in its own right), but what I saw was a grown woman, ashamed, frightened. I haven’t been able to get the look in her eyes out of my mind. Shenita Etwaroo

By Anonym 16 Sep

P. W. Thirion

Imprisonment is the form of punishment which may detrimentally affect not only the offender but also his family and his employment and because of its duration it can seldom be kept from becoming general public knowledge. It [...] can have a lasting demoralising effect on the character and personality of the offender. The loss of liberty, tedium, regimentation [...] which prison life entails, have a greater potentiality than a whipping for destroying the offender's self-esteem and the integrity of his character and for changing, for the worse, his way of life.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Arzak Khan

The only way to stop big data from becoming big brother is introduce privacy laws that protect the basic human rights online.

By Anonym 19 Sep

George Lakoff

What have been called “women’s issues” are freedom issues. Body control. The right of human beings to control their own bodies is a freedom issue. Respect. The right of human beings to be treated institutionally with respect as a human being is a freedom issue.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Scott Andrews

Every single day an estimated eighteen million men gratuitously waste the future of our country, by needlessly ejaculating one hundred million citizens of our country, which had they been born, would have made us the strongest country on the planet.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Heribert Prantl

Das Feindstrafrecht betrachtet sein Subjekt als Sphinx: halb Mensch, halb Tier.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Dashanne Stokes

It's terrifying to think you could become the next statistic.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Shenita Etwaroo

Spousal violence is a rising problem in the United States. Turn on a true crime television program. You’re pretty much guaranteed to see the program is about a woman who has been murdered, and the woman is almost always murdered by her boyfriend/husband/partner, etc. Are we now consuming this heinous endemic as pop culture and entertainment? Shenita Etwaroo

By Anonym 16 Sep

Paul Farmer

Human rights violations are nit accidents; they are not random in distribution or effect. Rights violations are, rather, symptoms of deeper pathologies of power and are linked intimately to the social conditions that so often determine who will suffer abuse and who will be shielded from harm.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Aung San Suu Kyi

Please use your freedom to promote ours.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Paul Isaacs

Accepting experiences is through the understanding that everybody was born equal, no labels, no social status, no preconceptions just born a little person preparing to grow-up on what ever path is grown from development, environment and/or otherwise everybody has the right to have a roof over their head, three meals a day, a wage/payment which can support themselves and their families, a benefit system that cares for the disabled and people with mental illnesses, a government that looks out for all it's people, wars quenched not and man made barriers be fallen so every person knows the commonality of being human is that everybody is all different and let people be novices to other peoples experiences so another person gains anew. People all deserve the right to be equal.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Jeremy Gordin

Here was a temporary solution. Parole would get Mofokeng and Mokoena out of jail as quickly as possible. Other details could be sorted out later. I accompanied Nyambi to Kroonstad jail at the end of October and remember that as he told Mofokeng and Mokoena the news—that they would be home for Christmas—smiles slowly but surely transformed the sombre, cautious expressions on their faces. Big problem: it was discovered in December, a full two months after the judgment was made, that the court order does not mention the NCCS at all. Consequently, the NCCS interpreted the court's order as having removed the NCCS's jurisdiction to deal with any "lifers" sentenced pre-1994. The members of the NCCS packed their briefcases and went home. No one knows why the judgment didn't mention the NCCS; maybe the judge who wrote it, Justice Bess Nkabinde, simply didn't know how the parole system operates; but eight of her fellow judges, the best in the land, found with her. The Mofokeng and Mokoena families, who are from 'the poorest of the poor', as the ANC likes to say, are distraught. But the rest—the law men, the politicians and the government ministers—well, quite frankly, they don't seem to give a fig. Zuma has gone on holiday, to host his famous annual Christmas party for children. Mapisa-Nqakula has also gone on holiday. Mofokeng and Mokoena remain where they were put 17 years ago, despite not having committed any crime.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Gwendolynn Ann Smith

In the end, we are all somebody’s freak—and basic human dignity is not a privilege of the lucky superior few, but a right of all or none.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Shirin Ebadi

Unfortunately the situation of human rights in Iran isn't improving. Some of the newspapers were shut down and the government didn't try to reopen the newspapers that were shut down before. And the laws are as bad as before.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Malcolm X

Look at yourselves. Some of you teenagers, students. How do you think I feel and I belong to a generation ahead of you - how do you think I feel to have to tell you, 'We, my generation, sat around like a knot on a wall while the whole world was fighting for its human rights - and you've got to be born into a society where you still have that same fight.' What did we do, who preceded you? I'll tell you what we did. Nothing. And don't you make the same mistake we made....

By Anonym 15 Sep

Laurent Dubois

By creating a society in which all people, of all colors, were granted freedom and citizenship, the Haitian Revolution forever transformed the world. It was a central part of the destruction of slavery in the Americas, and therefore a crucial moment in the history of democracy, one that laid the foundation for the continuing struggles for human rights everywhere. In this sense we are all descendents of the Haitain Revolution, and responsible to these ancestors.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Amit Ray

Primary aim of quantum artificial intelligence is to improve human freedom, dignity, equality, security, and total well-being.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Asa Don Brown

Human trafficking is not only an injustice to the victim, but it is an injustice unto the families and friends of that victim.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Abhijit Naskar

From each drop of my blood, a thousand humanitarians will be born, to fortify the feeble, to unify the divided, to raise the abandoned and to invigorate the discriminated.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Abhijit Naskar

If we don't foster the courage to speak up and act against discrimination now, then the fall of the entire human civilization is ensured.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Leta B.

May you let the authentic colors of your heart illuminate and may you feel the light within others.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Widad Akrawi

I will follow anyone... and remind everyone... of the pain of the Yazidi women

By Anonym 16 Sep

Rachel Dax

It’s not our place to judge the guilt or innocence of the prisoners, Nurse Webster. The sooner you learn that the better. Any other approach just leads to conflicts of duty and undermines the smooth running of the institution. We are here to ensure that the prisoners are dealt with firmly and professionally. It’s up to their lawyers to handle matters pertaining to their sentences.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Heribert Prantl

Ein Individuum, das sich nicht in einen bürgerlichen Zustand zwingen [lässt], [kann] den Segnungen des Begriffs „Person“ nicht teilhaftig werden.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Amit Ray

If you want joy and happiness in life, focus your energy on improving human dignity, human capacity and human values.