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Do we have the right to die?

Who could stand between life and death of another human being and decide, and not parcel him self in two. Netherlands decision to legitimize under close confinement euthanasia disunited the world’s public opinion. No other subject has ever touched so deeply, the core of moral, philosophical and biological existence of the human, as the “administration” […]

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Equality, Diversity and Rights in Health and Social Care

Our study case, Jamilla has been treated differently from other people for example at school by not being provided any support. She was discriminated at workplaces, she felt that employers were hostile and difficult to work with. Also she was ignored by the local housing authority when she complained she was told ‘be grateful, it’s […]

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Women rights

The first National Women’s Rights convention held in Worcester, Massachusetts in 1850 was monumental to Susan though in a unique way. She read a speech delivered by Lucy Stone in the convention which catalyzed her to dedicate her life to women’s rights. After two years, she would meet Lucy Stone and Horace Greeley (the writer […]

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Evolution Of Individual Rights

The individual rights and liberties afforded residents of England and the American Colonies underwent a significant period of evolution between the period during which the Colonies were first settled by Europeans and the American Constitutional Convention. Although the concept of individual rights and liberties existed long before Colonists arrive on the North American continent, more […]

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