Status of Human Rights in the Globalized EraJournal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.2, No. 12)
Publication Date: 2013-12-05
Authors : G. Hemalatha;
Page : 202-206
Keywords : Globalization; Human Rights; Liberalization; Constitution;
Any search for justice is based upon identifying values, including relationships with others, which are viewed as so critical to the well-being of humanity and the character of being human that they are eventually institutionalized as rights. If globalization is conceived as turning the whole world into one global village in which people are increasingly interconnected and all the fences or barriers are removed, so that the world witnesses a new state of fast and free flow of people, capital, goods and ideas then the world would be witnessing unprecedented enjoyment of human rights everywhere because globalization is bringing prosperity to all the corners of the globe. On the negative side, globalization has also threatened the basic rights of human. This paper aims to address the impacts created by globalization and liberalization measures on human rights. It has therefore, been concluded that policies with a human rights approach in this age of globalization are the need of the hour as that would give values to justice and freedom.
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