Comparative Analysis of Enforcement of Human Rights on the Basis of World Report 2024: India, China and United Kingdom

  • Shalini Kothari and Amalendu Mishra
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  • Shalini Kothari

    Student at Law College Dehradun, Uttaranchal University, Dehradun, Uttarakhand, India

  • Amalendu Mishra

    Assistant Professor at Law College Dehradun, Uttaranchal University, Dehradun, Uttarakhand, India

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With this very vision in mind this paper has been designed to critically examine, analyze and lay down a comparative study by taking the World Report 2024 of the United Nations (UN) as the basis for comparison. The World Reports by the UN are considered as one of the most authentic and reliable sources of data when a research analysis is the target of the paper. Nelson Mandela is considered as one of the biggest advocates or guardians of the human rights worldwide thereby his very vision brought about the idea of writing this paper and drawing out the comparison. The importance of this comparison can be understood rhetorically and for understanding the actual stance of our nation as to where India stands in terms of human rights. China is considered as one of the most technologically advanced and developed nations yet in the sphere of human rights they lag behind the most. The World Report 2024 very extensively highlights the lacunas left behind by the Chinese government and the hardships faced by their citizens. The report further lays down the basis for the comparison for this paper. Another nation that has been taken into consideration for comparison is the United Kingdom. The UK is regarded as one of the founding blocks in the array of human rights as they were the original drafters of the European Convention on Human Rights and one of the quickest nations to ratify the same. The paper further throws light on the neglected aspects by analyzing the World Report 2024 and comparing it with the status quo of human rights of India. The paper also deals with the fact to analyze as to how India is lagging on the human rights interface and how we can further progress in this race by adopting the better qualities of the developed nations and enforcing the same in our nation.




International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 7, Issue 3, Page 3888 - 3896


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