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 DeCS Categories

I01 Social Sciences .
I01.880 Sociology .
I01.880.604 Social Control, Formal .
I01.880.604.473 Human Rights .
I01.880.735 Social Problems .
I01.880.735.384 Human Rights Abuses .
N03 Health Care Economics and Organizations .
N03.706 Social Control, Formal .
N03.706.437 Human Rights .
SP3 Population Studies in Public Health .
SP3.001 Population .
SP3.001.005 Interpersonal Relations .
SP3.001.005.010 Social Norms .
SP3. Social Control, Formal .
SP3. Human Rights .
SP9 Health Law .
SP9.020 Human Rights .
SP9.020.030 Collective Human Rights .
SP9.020.080 Rights of Special Groups .
SP9.020.080.010 Minority Rights .
SP9. Rights of Indigenous Peoples .
SP9.020.800 Human Rights Abuses .
 Synonyms & Historicals
Human Rights .
Equal Rights .
Equal Right .
Human Right .
Right, Equal .
Right, Human .
Rights, Equal .
Rights, Human .
Individual Human Rights .
The rights of the individual to cultural, social, economic, and educational opportunities as provided by society, e.g., right to work, right to education, and right to social security. .
Human Rights Abuses .
Abuse, Human Rights .
Human Rights Abuse .
Rights Abuse, Human .
Rights Abuses, Human .
Deliberate maltreatment of groups of humans beings including violations of generally-accepted fundamental rights as stated by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, adopted and proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly resolution 217 A (III) of 10 December 1948. .
Collective Human Rights .
Peoples Rights .
Peoples' Rights .
Right to Benefit from Natural Resources .
Right to Development .
Right to Environmental Quality .
Right to Live in Peace .
Right to Natural Resources Control .
Right to Self-Determination .
Rights of Peoples .
The right of peoples to self determination and other groups rights, women, children, the aged, the handicapped and minorities including indigenous populations. (From: UNESCO-EOLSS. International Sustainable Development Law - Volume I. Glossary. p.109, 2010. Available in: ; UNESCO Thesaurus: Rights of communities, ranging from the family unit to the entire human community, and including national, religious, linguistic and cultural communities, taking special account of minorities, indigenous populations, etc. (From: Marie 1986, 202 [cited in Conceptualizing Collective Human Rights]. Available in: The right to be and to live in community with other members of one's own group. (From Hannum, 1989, 19 [cited in Conceptualizing Collective Human Rights]. Available in: .
Rights of Indigenous Peoples .
Human Rights, Indigenous .
Human Rights of Indians .
Human Rights of Indigenous Peoples .
Human Rights of Indigenous Populations .
Indigenous Human Rights .
Indian Rights .
Rights of Indigenous Populations .
The rights of indigenous peoples are those rights that exist in recognition of the specific condition of the indigenous peoples. This includes not only the most basic human rights of physical survival and integrity, but also the preservation of their land, language, religion, and other elements of cultural heritage that are a part of their existence as a people. This can be used as an expression for advocacy of social organizations or form a part of the national law in establishing the relation between a government and the right of self-determination among the indigenous people living within its borders, or in international law as a protection against violation by actions of governments or groups of private interests. (From: United Nations Declaration on the rights of indigenous peoples. ; .