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Is human rights protecting the poverty ridden or is it just another excuse of democracy

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Started: 1/30/2015 Category: Politics
Updated: 2 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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Asashin509

Con

It is just another excuse of democracy because some rich country may have poor living standard and people have being in poverty. Some people may be in poverty in terms of education where some people may can afford to buy everything but it might be the causes of cannot afford to sent children to school
Rosemerta

Pro

That is understandable what you believe

Though here in the UK, everyone has the right to go to school, even the right to be home schooled. Some children simply do not do well because of not being supported educationally. Human Rights gives the poor the right for safety, privacy, education and a roof over their heads, even if may not be owned by them.

Democracy is a sham in many ways but when it works, it helps those in need. Such as the Human Rights Law, Anti-Smoking Policies to improve health, Free medication for those who can't afford it and even Children Services so children can have a place to sleep at night. The Poor even have benefits, income support and load of free cash at hand to get themselves off the streets and into a life worth living.
Debate Round No. 1
Asashin509

Con

Due to your statement of point you are just related to UK as you can see some countries in the middle east & Africa are also living in poverty. Poverty in terms of education, health care, food supply. In India there is many cases that people have lack of specialised doctors and there is also some cases where the certain people can't afford to pay for excess to health care. Some where in Africa people don't afford to go to schools in certain countries there is also democracy laws stated that girls are not allowed to go to school. In this world there is enough food but they need to buy for the food so people who can't get the food also will be growing underweight.
There is also some countries like Ghana, the country are rich but their living standard are poor so people. Have no money to even have their basic needs. China also have the same case and the rich are getting richer and the poor are getting poorer.
Due to your point the democracy works in certain ways but not enough effort putting in. In Pakistan there is still orphans in the have no place to sleep at night they are sleeping near the road sides which is also pretty dangerous. Even though countries in Europe and Asia keep on donating money to save people but is that what actually people want and the worst thin is when you give them money it seems worthless to them then they will use it to do other stuff.
For example: Your donate Children stationary, books and papers in Cambodia for people who can't afford go to school, A one later the children who are dropping school in Cambodia when higher because they when to become entrepreneur started selling this things to others.
So what your' re saying is related it is just by saying that whatever it is in happen in your country there is still many democratic countries having people suffering
Rosemerta

Pro

Now those countries that you have posted. They are all controlled completely by either religion, super rich or men with power. Human Rights I see as a law that is in highly developed countries. Countries that are dictated will not have these such laws and then furthermore the children and homeless will not be helpful.

This argument is about democracy and poverty.When you look at countries such as Ghana there is no democracy. India is religious based country and sticks closely to it anciemt values. so there is no democracy as shown when Michelle Obama was refused to be identified as someone of power
Debate Round No. 2
Asashin509

Con

But some of the countries may have a human rights laws. Even though they are being dictated. But certain countries in history may have a certain human rights laws apply like for example the leader of Libya who have been mistaken as a dictator Muhammad Gaddafi. He liberate everyone to have a better living lives and he made Libya number one best in education. As before the American killed him he did more stuff like reduce the amount of poverty, Growing the economy. There is also another country called Malaysia a medium develop country also made at least two state rich enough to growth the people living standards everywhere.
Although high develop countries may have human rights laws do apply, but does people follow the laws? This may have a problem to. There is some cases in UK that there is cyber bullying in UK on racism as their biggest news and the victims ended up committed suicide then. In America there is even worst than that although their state have strong laws but things still happening quite a lot. It almost took them years just to hunt down one bully and at the back there is even more out spread in the cause of bully.
It is just like saying "Have good infrastructure in a country means there will be no conflict happening" look at Russia they are also highly develop countries they also have people living in poverty.
Although India have ancient values they still keep the politics valued in the first place but they still have train specialised doctors but not enough. As you can see in their history they have good medication so you couldn't say that they don't have good medication so they have the medication skills but they didn't passed on so people doesn't learn from it.
Michelle Obama is just helping and you might not say this because the helps Barrack Obama to run organisations. Democracy it seems a good think but it is still like a survival game in a country although they help people to reduce poverty but this is still a game of survival once your' re in medium standard it may be hard to stand on that standard it is just like standing on the weigh scale of rich and poor.
Rosemerta

Pro

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Debate Round No. 3
Asashin509

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Rosemerta

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Debate Round No. 4
Asashin509

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Rosemerta

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Debate Round No. 5
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Posted by m8 2 years ago
m8
U w0t--
Posted by Asashin509 2 years ago
Asashin509
Which means whether that the democracy may have giving excuse due to this reasons
Posted by m8 2 years ago
m8
What is an 'excuse of democracy'?
Posted by Asashin509 2 years ago
Asashin509
Sorry to condenser if it's an insult to your country
Posted by Josh_debate 2 years ago
Josh_debate
Why should they be helping.
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