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Do I Have Rights In Ethiopia

Do dead people have rights?

No, the dead don't have rights, but their families certainly do have rights. One of those is the right of privacy. It could be very damaging to a family to suddenly discover that a baby was given up for adoption, etc. It could damage their reputation and even affect them financially. Out of respect for the living, adoption records should not be unsealed unless absolutely necessary. Be considerate of the families of the dead. There could be a lot of unnecessary emotional harm to them. Particularly, a family member may feel guilty because they didn't know or didn't do anything, etc.

Should pedophiles have rights?

Complete Rehabilitation is not possible. However, they can be responsible for their own actions by never putting themselves in a situation where they are alone with children.

As far as I know, that's the best rehabilitation choice that they have.

If you know someone is a pedophile, (Like a family member) same goes. They should never be alone with children. The further away from those circumstances they are, the more balanced they are.

It doesn't matter how long they are locked up. It is a part of them. We had a story in our state where a pedophile had just been released and the first thing he did was go and kidnap a girl and kill her. In a statement by the experts, it had been shown that if you don't commit this crime over a long period of time, that they are not likely too.


They can never be around children. EVER. If they would just take responsibility for their own disease, we'd all be better off, but no body seems to want to make drastic choices about this, and it continues.

Edit: Did I mention that they should never be around children? (laughs) I realize that I sound redundant, but that's the best that we have for answers on this. as far as rights go., Pedophilia should really be a death sentence. Why are we letting lose on the world what really can't be rehabilitated?Why is the world tolerant of injustices on children?
Yet seeking to bring them into this world at an uncontrollable rate, where being wanted or not doesn't matter?

Do kids have rights?

depending on what you mean--- here's the declartion of children's rights from the United Nations:

Declaration of
the Rights of the Child
Plain Language Version

1 All children have the right to what follows, no matter what their race, colour sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, or where they were born or who they were born to.

2 You have the special right to grow up and to develop physically and spiritually in a healthy and normal way, free and with dignity.

3 You have a right to a name and to be a member of a country.

4 You have a right to special care and protection and to good food, housing and medical services.

5 You have the right to special care if handicapped in any way.

6 You have the right to love and understanding, preferably from parents and family, but from the government where these cannot help.

7 You have the right to go to school for free, to play, and to have an equal chance to develop yourself and to learn to be responsible and useful.

Your parents have special responsibilities for your education and guidance.

8 You have the right always to be among the first to get help.

9 You have the right to be protected against cruel acts or exploitation, e.g. you shall not be obliged to do work which hinders your development both physically and mentally.

You should not work before a minimum age and never when that would hinder your health, and your moral and physical development.

10 You should be taught peace, understanding, tolerance and friendship among all people.

In Ethiopia what government did it have?

I believe it is the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia. They have a constitution. No state religion.All persons are equal, they have human rights.Everyone in Ethiopia has the right to vote, have an opinion, freedom of press. They have the right to protest. 50% Christian, 45% muslim 105,000 jews.

Do Canadians have rights?

The Charter sets out those rights and freedoms that Canadians believe are necessary in a free and democratic society. Some of the rights and freedoms contained in the Charter are:
- freedom of expression
- the right to a democratic government
- the right to live and to seek employment anywhere in Canada
- legal rights of persons accused of crimes
- Aboriginal peoples' rights
- the right to equality, including the equality of men and women
- the right to use either of Canada's official languages
- the right of French and English linguistic minorities to an education in their language
- the protection of Canada's multicultural heritage.

An Overview of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms


Under section 2 of the Charter, Canadians are free to follow the religion of their choice. In addition, they are guaranteed freedom of thought, belief and expression. Since the media are an important means for communicating thoughts and ideas, the Charter also protects the right of the press and other media to speak out. Our right to gather and act in peaceful groups is also protected, as is our right to belong to an association such as a trade union.
This section of the Charter makes it clear that every individual in Canada – regardless of race, religion, national or ethnic origin, colour, sex, age or physical or mental disability – is to be considered equal. This means that governments must not discriminate on any of these grounds in its laws or programs.

The end result...

The beliefs shared by for example the USA and Canada are exercised the same politically, but Canada does it differently - we have more rights in some ways [gay marriage legal, the Canadian government not sticking it's nose or legislating a persons private life] and less in others [while the same weapon used in the Colorado theatre shootings is available for sale in Canada, the right for all Canadians to bear arms doesn't, it's a priviledge one must prove and earn]... or like using the 'example' above eg 'regardless of race, religion, national or ethnic origin, colour, sex, age or physical or mental disability – is to be considered equal' a 'Black History Month' or Chik Fil A would be socially unacceptable up here. Everyone is equal, period.

What are some major problems that Ethiopia is facing now?

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The African nations remain the most troubled in the world, politically, socially, economically with many of the least developed nations being in Africa. Some of these poorest countries of the world are in Africa and many remain perpetually paralyzed with problems of starvation and poverty, HIV and widespread illnesses and political corruption or human rights abuse. A comprehensive examination of all the problems in Africa could be given in the context of individual countries and the most troubled regions are Somalia, Ethiopia, Zimbabwe, Chad, Malawi and Sudan. Somalia has been adversely affected by droughts, famine and civil war since 1991 and as many as 300,000 people have been killed at that time. Drought and poverty remain the two most important problems in Somalia and to tackle these, environmental measures should include a ban on deforestation and proper utilization of the country’s natural resources and oil reserves. The main problems of Ethiopia are extreme poverty and very high risks of AIDS. The poverty can be controlled with improved agricultural practices and strong environmental awareness among the people and government so that the region is less affected by drought or erosion. Chad is perpetually troubled with internal conflicts and three decades of civil war with a rebellion that sporadically flares up between the government and rebel groups. Among the major countries that face strife within the African continent, Sudan is an important part of Africa as it is the largest country in the region. Sudan has a history of civil wars and extreme ethnic conflicts. Ethnic conflicts in Darfur have in recent times resulted in 400,000 deaths in the region and millions of people have been displaced adding to the instability in the region. Although other African countries are affected by similar problems and issues, the magnitude of human rights abuse and problems of AIDS and poverty would be among the highest in these countries.