Sign Up


REGISTER! Share and grow knowledge of the world! We want to connect educated people with those who need it, to bring them together and to be able to share their knowledge with everyone. Join the Questions & Answers here.

Sign In

Welcome Back,

Please sign in to your account!

Forgot Password

Forgot Password,

Lost your password? Please enter your email address. You will receive a link and will create a new password via email.

Waan ka xunahay, ma haysatid fasax aad ku waydiiso su'aal, You must login to ask a question. Please subscribe to paid membership

Please briefly explain why you feel this question should be reported.

Please briefly explain why you feel this answer should be reported.

Please briefly explain why you feel this user should be reported.

Open your app

caawiye app Latest Questions

Hibaaq Farxaan

what is the democracy and human rights?

Be the first one react

1 Answer

  1. Democracy and human rights are closely linked concepts. Democracy refers to a system of government in which power is held by the people through the process of free and fair elections, and in which individual rights and freedoms are protected. Human rights, on the other hand, are a set of fundamental rights and freedoms that are recognized and protected by international law, and are essential for the dignity and well-being of every individual.

    In a democracy, the protection and promotion of human rights is a crucial component of the system of government. A democratic government is responsible for ensuring that the rights and freedoms of all citizens are respected and protected, and for creating an environment in which people are free to express their views and participate in the decision-making process without fear of repression or persecution.

    Some of the key human rights that are essential to democracy include:

    1. Freedom of speech and expression: The right to express one’s opinions and ideas without fear of censorship or retaliation.
    2. Freedom of the press: The right of journalists and media organizations to report on issues of public interest without fear of censorship or persecution.
    3. Freedom of assembly: The right to peacefully gather and protest in public spaces.
    4. Freedom of association: The right to join and participate in organizations and groups without fear of persecution.
    5. Right to vote: The right of every citizen to participate in free and fair elections.
    6. Right to a fair trial: The right to a fair and impartial legal process, including access to legal representation.
    7. Protection against discrimination: The right to be free from discrimination based on race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, or other characteristics.

    Overall, democracy and human rights are interconnected and mutually reinforcing concepts. A democratic system of government that protects and promotes human rights is essential for creating a society that is just, equitable, and sustainable.

You must login to add an answer.