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Democracy and human rights

There are strong links between human rights and democracy. The two concepts are not identical and should not be confused, but it is obvious that a deep and sustainable democracy requires that human rights be respected. To respect human rights is crucial for the development of a democratic culture. The reverse relationship is equally obvious. Democratic decision-making processes tend to strengthen the protection of human rights. Foto: UN Photo/Iason Foounten UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and the regional rights conventions contain a number of rights that directly or indirectly provides the
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Conflicts.

SYRIAN The Syrian Civil War is an ongoing conflict between the authorities, the leadership of Bashar al-Assad’s Baathist regime, and several opposition groups. There is also ongoing fighting between the various opposition groups.Russia and Iran support the Assad regime while the US and allies such as Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Qatar assists some of the opposition groups. In the Palestinian refugee camp of Yarmouk in Damascus have access to food has been very limited during the war. The people standing in the queue to get food from the UN. (Januar 2014). Photo: Zuma Press / UNRWA Background Assad family has
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Reception and Introduction

Refugee Reception from 1 December 2010 If you have received a residence permit as a refugee after December 1, 2010, you are covered by the “law of introduction activities for certain newly arrived immigrants.” Then the Employment Service has the primary responsibility for your integration in Sweden. The law applies only to adults aged 20-64. Read more on the Employment Service’s website. http://www.arbetsformedlingen.se/       Refugee Reception prior to December 1, 2010 If you received a residence permit as a refugee before December 1, 2010, and is registered in Västerås so please contact Integration Unit. People who received prior
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What are human rights?

Human rights are the rules that says what rights people have. Rights are individual. This means that the rules apply to every human being. It is the state that will protect people and ensure that they get their rights. There are different kinds of rights. However, all rights are important. Some rights are polistika and civil. People should have the right to say what they think, believe in any god they want and be able to choose to be in the compounds. Other rights are ekonimista, social and cultural. People should have the right to a job and to feed
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Notes of interest

  Colombia. Senate of Colombia delegate ” Cruz de caballero “to Jael Quiroga Carrillo 15 October 2013.     In recognition of his unconditional commitment to defending human rights and the particular, from the victims of state crimes in Colombia. Even in the case of the patriostika Union, the Colombian State to give Cruz de caballero to Jael Quiroga Director of Corporation Reiniciar, Thursday 18 October at the Colombian national capitol.