Reflection Paper on human rights-1443944

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Running Head: Human Rights 1 Reflection Paper: Human Rights Name Institutional Affiliation
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HUMAN RIGHTS 2 The paper discusses the contemporary issue of nonintervention affecting the deprived persons and infringing their rights. These issues have been taken over by the non-governmental organizations who have taken the responsibility of standing for the rights of the dispossessed. Despite the efforts made by these non-governmental organizations and communities to stand for the human rights of the less privileged, their actions are hindered by the unwillingness of major states such as China, US, and India to sanction the statute of Rome. Other factors hindering them are the inabilities ton impose endorsements on those state that are capable of forcing the governments to report those who are caught infringing the human rights of other individuals. The organizations also experiences challenges related to change of laws and policies governing humanitarian laws and the international human rights. Violations of human rights, especially in children and women, are among the most prevalent issues; however, the UN Security Council has failed address these issues and stop or prevent massacre. The inability of the United Nation Security Council to address such issue implements how power among the responsible countries is being misused such that instead of
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