7 Facts About Human Rights Violations That Everyone Needs To Know About

facts about human rights violations that everyone needs to know about

facts about human rights violations that everyone needs to know about

Last updated on September 21st, 2023 at 11:44 am

Human rights violations are the act of violating people’s rights. Human rights are violated through genocide, torture, and arbitrary arrest. Lack of education and corruption makes people vulnerable to human rights violations. Let us know more about human rights violations.

7 facts about human rights violations

Human trafficking is a global issue

Approximately 27 million people are enslaved in the human trafficking trade around the world. The vast majority of trafficked women are forced to do sex work. Traffickers earn global profits of roughly $150 billion a year through this crime.

Child abuse is still prevalent

More than 300,000 children under the age of 18 are being exploited as child soldiers in armed conflicts across the world. Children who are abused face mental health problems in the future.

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Armed conflict is an issue

Armed conflict has killed 2 million children, disabled 5 million, and left 12 million people homeless in the past decade. Countless survivors were maimed, tortured, raped, and forcibly displaced.

Child labour is a real problem

The number of child labour has risen to 246 million worldwide. Child labour is a real problem in Africa, Yemen, Syria, India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh. The authorities do nothing to eradicate this problem.

Protestors of repressive governments have been tortured

Protestors of repressive governments across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region have been tortured, killed, and arrested by police in the streets. People who voice their opinions face arbitrary arrest in the region.

Women and girls are most often exploited for sex work

Women across the world are not completely safe. In some countries, traffickers kidnap them and forced them into prostitution for a huge amount of money. In some countries, their clothing style is controlled by the authorities.

Internet censorship

Several governments monitor their citizens’ Internet use. The Chinese authorities have also censored or imprisoned them for expressing their opinion on the internet.

These are the 7 facts about human rights violations. Let us know your remarks about human rights violations in the comment section below.

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