Human rights are great as they ensure that you are protected and safe as a human being. The rights are classified into five bases: civil, political, economic, developmental and social and cultural.
Civil Human liberties
Great advances in these liberties were made in the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries. During this time great amendments were made. The rights were combined with political liberties and they were collectively known as “liberty oriented human rights.”
They aid in providing, protecting and guaranteeing you liberty against the state and its agencies. According to human right experts these are the first generation of human rights.
Economic Human Liberties
Major strides in these liberties were made in the 20th century. During this time the social and cultural liberties were also strengthened. The rights aid in promotion of economic and social security through economic and social upliftment of the weaker sections of the society.
The liberties are essential for the dignity of personhood. They are also essential for the full and free development of human personality. The cool thing with the rights is that they ensure that there is a minimum of economic welfare.
When the economic, social and cultural rights are combined together they are known as “security oriented human rights.” This is because they collectively provide you with the security that you need in your life. Human right experts refer to them as second generation of human liberties.
Developmental Oriented Human Rights
They were developed in the late 20th century and serve an important role of ensuring that you are able to participate in the developmental activities in the society. The rights include the environmental rights that allow you to enjoy the free gifts of nature such as air, water, food, and natural resources. You should note that you should enjoy the gifts that are free from contamination.
They are known as third generation of human liberties or the Green Rights. They are also known as solidarity rights as their implementation depends on the international cooperation. According to experts, these rights are most important in the developing countries. This is because the countries are still developing and are still trying to gain international order.