British Human Rights:

Civilization ?

Basic Fundamental & Essential Human Rights:

{Work in Progress} 

Background:

With the Britain leaving the E.U Britain faces leaving the European court of human rights. This provides an opportunity to create and set down a set of British Human Rights.

The European human rights [and U.N] went too far over what should be considered basic fundamental & essential human rights and included a number of rights that should be considered civil rights & privileges by a state. This confused the definition of the undersanding of human rights and opened up the judiciary to interpretations of human rights, to come into conflict with civil & criminal matters. [As we have seen]

The right to a family life has been retained and used as a defence successfully against a custodial sentence.

[*The following rights are withdrawn, if convicted of a crime, for the duration of term]

 

Preamble:

Basic Fundamental & Essential human rights & human rights can be divided into two categories 1. Basic British Fundamental & Essential Human Rights & 2. Human rights in a society.

Human rights such as the right to survive, preserve one’s life and reproduce without threat from or to violence or prevention of the above are a humans basic right on earth equal for all.

The right to an adequate living standard and social security is interpretive and examples of varying concepts of social welfare that should be considered individual community privileges [that may or may not benefit a community] and that should not be considered a human right but at most, civil rights, under equal opportunities granted to citizens as a right.

 

Basic British Fundamental & Essential Human Rights:

Right to Life, Liberty*, & recognition under the law

Right to freedom from torture [Excludes the definitions of prisoner punishment by confinement and agreed and accepted guidlines]

Right to freedom from slavery

Right to Reproduce / have children / have custody of your children*

Right to the freedom of thought, speech & expression

Right to own property & to secure & protect for personal use

Right to make & invent

Right to collect water

Right to hunt, fish & breed live stock*

Right to make safe & controlled fire*

Right to personal security & defence

Right to freedom of movement, in country & to leave & return*

Right to freedom from arbitrary arrest, confinement & exile*

Right to rehabilitation in prison [when possible]*

Right to death. {to self terminate}

 

Civil Rights:

[excluded from the above British F&E Rights - See British rights of the person]

Right to Equality

Freedom from Legal Discrimination and Degrading Treatment

The Right to Heresy

Right to Remedy by Competent Tribunal

Right to Fair Public Hearing

Right to be Considered Innocent until Proven Guilty

Freedom from Interference with Privacy, Family, Home and Correspondence

Right to Asylum in other Countries from Persecution

Right to a Nationality and the Freedom to Change It

Right to Marriage

Freedom for Belief and Religion

Freedom to Information

Right of Peaceful Assembly and Association

Right to Participate in Government and in Free Elections

Right to Social Security

Right to Desirable Work and to Join Trade Unions

Right to Rest and Leisure

Right to Adequate Living Standard

Right to Education

Right to Participate in the Cultural Life of Community

Right to vote*

Right to to stand for election*

 

Rights that make no sense, are contradictory & or silly since it is the state that facilitates & administrates the rights and services that cannot be guaranteed:

 

Right to a Social Order that Articulates this Document

Community Duties Essential to Free and Full Development

Freedom from State or Personal Interference in the above Rights