Read a policy on human rights by a reputable institute such as Human Rights Watch or Amnesty International (and there are, of course, many others) and to do a conceptual analysis of their position.Explain

INSTRUCTIONS NOT FOLLOWED: They are the basis for providing you with the theoretical framework and vocabulary. The Langlois essay in particular does a good job of laying out the framework for you to use.

Your task is to read a policy on human rights by a reputable institute such as Human Rights Watch or Amnesty International (and there are, of course, many others) and to do a conceptual analysis of their position.

The essay should be about 500 words (two pages) and it is due Monday. In it,

Spend the first half or so outlining the policy’s aim, origins, justification etc. This is the summary portion.

The second half of the essay is to explain their theoretical assumptions – explicit or implicit. You may, as an example if relevant, explain whether this falls under “group rights” and if so what are the justifications provided and whether the justifications fit the model of group rights. (Again, Langlois will provide you with a very easy outline of these types of rights).

I attached a book and a Video link, you can access the video by my own information:
Comments from Support Team: this is the deatil of the Video ::
Voices of Human Rights: Rights & Wrongs—Human Rights Television (26:29min)

Adopted in response to the atrocities committed during World War II, the United Nation Declaration of Human Rights expressed the rights to which all human beings are inherently entitled. More than fifty years later, human rights activists still work to insure that these rights are respected, and shine a spotlight when they are not. This episode explores the work done by these activists. Rights Reel looks at Haitian refugees held by the U.S. government at the military base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba; a video diary from the Palestinian occupied territories; and the witness program of the Lawyers Committee, which distributes video cameras to human rights activists around the world. Also included is a report on the UN Truth Commission on El Salvador and an interview with Eliot Abrams, a State Department official under President Reagan. Part of the series Rights & Wrongs: Human Rights Television. Original broadcast title:: Voices of Human Rights, Show #101. (26 minutes)
Item Number: 53113
Date Added: 09/13/2013
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Source: The Global Center

I found a short video 3:02 but the main video is 26:29 so i recommend you to find an access to the main video

this is the link of a short video

http://www.films.com/ecTitleDetail.aspx?TitleID=29126

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