Discrimination strikes at the heart of the human essence. It harms a person’s rights because of who he is and what he believes in. Discrimination harms and perpetuates inequality.
We all have the right to be treated equally regardless of race, race, nationality, class, sect, religion, belief, gender, gender, language, gender identity, sexual characteristics, age, health, or others. … However, we often hear sad stories about people who are treated cruelly simply because they belong to a “different” category from those in positions of privilege or power.
Discrimination occurs when a person cannot enjoy his/her human rights or other legal rights on the basis of equality with others because of unjustified discrimination, whether in politics, law, or treatment. The work of human rights organizations is rooted in the entrenchment of the principle of non-discrimination. We must therefore reject discriminatory laws and practices to ensure that all human beings enjoy their rights on equal grounds.
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