In a sense, international human rights law offers great promises and hopes for the ubiquitous ideas offered by it and in other respects it is a great disappointment due to the stage of the gap that these idealistic statements proliferate for the aspiration of mankind and reality under which most people live. If there are actually rights under the international human rights law, then a global utopia could have been created. However, routinely violates the rights set out in the core documents throughout the world that prohibit the rights of mankind simply because of the human factor.
The rule of law, which largely exists, comes from three major documents that are considered to be "international law calculations". This includes the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR) and the International Covenant on Economic and Social Rights (ICESR). These three Conventions represent first-generation universal human rights, second-generation universal human rights and third-generation universal human rights. The critics of the international human rights law project argue that the concept of universal rights is defined by a Western concept that does not affect the cultural practice of cultures, which developed independently of the rights-based legal system. While this is true in a sense, there are human rights advocates in these cultures who accept the universality of the idea of human rights and say that often this intellectual objection to human rights concepts is a pretext for many human rights and the atrocities committed by governments around the world. In any case, global recognition of human rights has been in codified international form for more than 60 years and it seems unlikely that it will cease to be a relevant political discourse in the near future
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