Human Rights Day 2022

World Human Rights Day Every year, December 10th is celebrated as Human Rights Day to raise awareness about the social, cultural, and physical rights of people and to ensure their welfare. Human rights are those fundamental rights that no human being can be oppressed or deprived of, regardless of caste, religion, caste, or sex. Human rights are universal, inherent, inalienable, and inviolable rights for all members of the human family.

Human rights are the inherent and inalienable rights of every human being. Only humans will enjoy and exercise this right. However, this practice cannot be the cause of harming others and destroying tranquility. Human rights are identified as rights declared and recognized by the United Nations. As a result, just as civil rights and human rights are two separate issues, they are also different in terms of characteristics.

Every person in the world should be aware of his sense of rights.  And to ensure that he is not denied his rightful place, Human Rights Day is observed on 10th December every year.

History of Human Rights Day

The main purpose of fixing this day was to ensure the human rights of people.  To make everyone aware of his human rights.  To make everyone aware of human rights clauses.  Since December 10, 1948, Human Rights Day has been celebrated every year in almost every country in the world.  Human Rights Day has been recognized at different times in different countries of the world.

This day is now celebrated in almost all countries.  This Human Rights Day is celebrated every year by determining different themes according to the UN Human Rights Act.  Various human rights-related organizations try to celebrate the day together on this day.  It is the effort of this day that everyone can save their human rights from being violated.  Everyone should bravely pursue their human rights.  The main purpose of this day is to make the country and society aware that human rights are the birthright of all, so no one should be deprived of these rights.

The name of human rights is to maintain equality in society and maintain unity without discrimination among people. Now in almost every country of the world special importance is given to ensuring the human rights of all.  So that no one is deprived of this right.  If a person’s human rights are not guaranteed, it becomes difficult to survive in society.

There is no distinction between rich and poor, there is no gender equality, and everyone is accepted to have equal human rights as human beings.  But in our society, the poor are still excluded from all jobs and even gender equality.  All people have an equal right to life, and all have the right to enjoy all forms of well-being.  So, this Human Rights Day has been celebrated since December 10, 1948.

Why we should celebrate Human Rights Day

The main reason for celebrating World Human Rights Day is to help people achieve their rights in terms of social, cultural, and physical rights and welfare, ensuring the welfare of different people living at different levels of society. Fundamental rights are always designed to protect the dignity of the citizen and can help every citizen to develop his personality to the fullest extent.  Prevents the establishment of authoritarian regimes within the country

Fundamental rights are essential for the overall development of individuals and nations. Human Rights Day is celebrated to make people aware of their rights.  Human rights also include health, economic, social, and educational rights. The Declaration of Human Rights was available in more than five hundred languages.

On the occasion of Human Rights Day, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said that to fight the coronavirus, we need to make a united effort, gender equality, and people’s participation.  At the same time, climate and long-term sustainable development, which also have human rights implications, must be pursued. We all should celebrate this Human Rights Day.

All people should be aware of their human rights. In short, Human Rights Day is celebrated to make every person aware of their rights.  However, there are many other reasons to celebrate this day, they are –

 1) Highlight and support efforts undertaken by the United Nations General Assembly to promote human rights status.

 2) To make people aware of the importance of human rights around the world.  It also includes health, economic, social, and educational rights.

3) Motivate or motivate people, especially the disabled, women, disadvantaged children, minorities, and poor people to participate in this cause.

 4) Highlighting large and wide-ranging issues related to human rights.

How to Celebrate Human Rights Day

Human rights refer to basic human rights, including those rights to that a human being is entitled.  Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights states that all human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights.  Added to this are economic, socio-cultural rights and civil and political rights.

The rights mentioned in the 30 articles of the Declaration of Human Rights are considered human rights worldwide. In this era of information technology, people are doing a lot of damage by violating human rights in different ways from one country to another country through different technologies.

In that case, appropriate action can be taken against the attacking country after proper judgment.  From that point of view, this day is celebrated as per the declaration of the United Nations.

In this case, if any action is done in violation of human rights, the responsibility is borne by the United Nations, and appropriate punishment is arranged. Every year people celebrate this day in many ways. Here are some ways to celebrate this day

Organize Seminar

Organize one seminar each in your respective society.  Where discuss the Human Rights Day theme imposed each year.  He urged everyone to be aware of his human rights.  And explain how important human rights are for a human being to live properly.  Be aware of the legal remedies available if human rights are violated.

TV Shows

Every day we get to know details about different days on television channels.  To discuss the various TV shows on this day with the theme of World Human Rights Day.  Where correct knowledge about human rights will be provided through drama or poetry.  And if human rights are violated, society should take the help of human rights law.

Read Books

There are many books on human rights which impose correct knowledge about human rights.  Why one needs to be aware of human rights Read books on human rights to know what the clauses of human rights are and how much importance is given to the protection of human rights by the United Nations.  Be aware of yourself and be aware of others.


Many children in society are deprived of human rights, they are deprived of lack of education, and they are deprived of the right to proper clothing and food.  Orphans are generally the most deprived of human rights.  Various charities are constantly working to ensure their human rights.  Donate money to those charities.

UN Human Rights Clause

The World Human Rights Day Charter was launched on December 10, 1948, in Paris by the United Nations to set a common standard for the protection of human rights around the world.  The charter is considered globally a human rights protection charter and so far 192 countries of the United Nations have declared solidarity with this charter.

 By human rights, we mean in general terms, all the rights and freedoms of human beings that can be enjoyed equally by any human being from birth to death regardless of gender, gender, class, language, caste, religion, or caste.

There will be no scope, except that they can be restricted in the interest of personal and national security and if a person violates law or order and causes harm. One of the 30 articles of the Declaration of Human Rights, the first article numbered 1, 2, and 3 gives a general idea about.

  1. All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights.  They have conscience and intelligence; so everyone should treat each other with a brotherly attitude.
  • Everyone shall have an equal right to freedom and rights irrespective of caste, religion, caste, education, language, political or another opinion, national or social origin, birth, property, or any other status.  No discrimination shall be made against any resident of any country or territory based on political, territorial, or international status;  Whether that country or territory is free, unincorporated, self-governing, or under any other limitation of sovereignty.
  • Everyone has the right to life, liberty, and physical security.

Why are Human Rights necessary?

The right to access necessary facilities for human well-being is Called ‘Human Rights.  We get human rights from family, society, and the state. Human rights require to help build people’s lives better. By doing this, Education learns merit and dignity in society.

Allows living. Help develop the good qualities of people. Doing creates harmony among people. Helps in establishing peace in society, Therefore, there is no substitute for human rights to live a free and healthy life and establish a beautiful society. Human rights are our responsibility. Implementation. In order not to disturb the rights of others. Be careful.

  • The five requirements of human rights are:
  • Provides support for independent and healthy living and enhancing life.
  • It helps to develop the good qualities of people.
  • People get these rights from family, society, and the state.
  • Providing education opportunities, enables society to live with merit and dignity.
  • Creating harmony among people helps establish peace in society.

Types of human rights violations and why human rights are violated

Some of the notable crimes of human rights violations are – disappearances, murders, extrajudicial killings such as custodial killings, trafficking in women and children, kidnapping, rape, child labor, child marriage, bride-woman-child abuse, and religious intolerance and communal activities, among others.  Something.  Human rights are the most important thing in human society.  Human rights are what people are entitled to or deserve.  Who is this right for?

For those who are strong, and powerful around the world?  Not for those who are weak, and powerless around the world?  Or for those who are superior in terms of knowledge?  No, none of these as a single party.  Human rights are for all irrespective of religion- caste- caste- weak- strong, powerful- powerless, wise- ignorant.  Today, there is a lot of struggles for this right.  Why is this struggle?  What is the reason for this? 

The main reason for this is the lack of real identity of people.  Even though people are the best of creation, they have to fight for their rights.  The other creatures of the world do not struggle with their claims and rights.  Don’t have to because they don’t need as many rights as humans.  Man is the greatest creation.  So, they need their rights the most. Rape, murder-oppression, struggle, and disaster of humanity are happening around us today.

The only reason for this is the lack of basic identity of people.  Lack of proper philosophy of life.  The fundamental identity of the man is not in any religion-caste-caste, not in money-wealth-work.  Man’s basic identity lies in his basic constitution.  On the basic properties of basic shapes.  Which is not among any other in the creative world.  The basic identity of the man is in his needs, energy, thoughts, and consciousness.  Help others with compassion and sincerity.

What to do if human rights are violated?

Anyone can complain to the National Human Rights Commission.  Regardless of caste, creed, caste, male or female, ‘differently abled’ anyone can complain.  Rich, poor, farmers, laborers, and laborers, whether educated or uneducated, from villages or towns, plains or hill communities, can file a complaint with the Human Rights Commission or any other person or organization can file a complaint on his behalf. 

The National Human Rights Commission can also take complaints on its initiative.  For example, the Commission can take complaints based on media reports.  COMPLAINT PROCEDURES It is important to know how to file a complaint with the National Human Rights Commission.  Complaints can be made to the commission by writing or typing on white paper in the form of a petition.  You can also file a complaint by filling out the prescribed form from the National Human Rights Commission.

You can hand deliver your complaint to the officer of the commission and drop it in the complaint box kept in the office of the commission.  You can also send your complaint by post, courier, fax, or e-mail.  The petition shall be written to the Chairman of, the National Human Rights Commission.  Complaints can be made to the Human Rights Commission against anyone who violates human rights.  In this case, the position, race, identity, and economic status of the human rights violator will not create any obstacle.

If human rights are violated by his actions, he can be charged.  A complaint against an organization or person is a public official or employee known as a public servant.  According to the Human Rights Commission Act, there is no bar to complain to the Human Rights Commission against any servant who violates or incites to violate human rights.

And if any public-private organization violates human rights, it can be charged in the same way.  Complaints do not require money National Human Rights Commission is a state institution.  This institution has been formed to play a role in protecting the rights of the people of the country.  The government allocates money to the Human Rights Commission every year from public tax money.  Therefore, no money is spent to file a complaint with the commission and inquire about it.

Human Rights Day Quotes

Natural law has been considered the foundation of universal human rights since historical times.  The organizers of maintaining natural order have been guided by the persistence of biological and social norms from religious and moral positions at different times and scales.  Ancient Greek philosophers elaborated on natural rights and justice, which originated from natural law and developed out of the natural order existing in the world.

This natural order had a divine basis which was understood as the will of the Creator or God.  A clear idea of ​​this can be found in the concept of sovereign natural rights, which many European philosophers of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries put forward in their writings.

Here they express the view that rights and obligations are manifested collectively in the state by the respective initiatives of individuals.  Social contract theorists have elaborated on the natural rights of the human community by giving various interpretations of natural law. Here are some inspirational quotes about World Human Rights Day

  • “It is the purpose of government to see that not only the legitimate interests of the few are protected but that the welfare and rights of the many are conserved.” – Franklin D. Roosevelt
  • “There can be no peace without development, no development without peace, and no lasting peace or sustainable development without respect for human rights and the rule of law.” – Jan Eliasson.
  • “Human rights are not only violated by terrorism, repression or assassination, but also by unfair economic structures that create huge inequalities.”-  Pope Francis.
  • “All children should be taught to unconditionally accept, approve, admire, appreciate, forgive, trust, and ultimately, love their own person.”- Asa Don Brown.
  • “Some values must be universal, like human rights and the equal worth of every human being.” – Bjorn Ulvaeus.
  • “A right delayed is a right denied.” – Martin Luther King, Jr.
  • “Wherever men and women are persecuted because of their race, religion, or political views, that place must – at that moment – become the center of the universe.”- Elie Wiesel.
  • “Joy is found when you focus your energy on improving human dignity, human capacity and human values.” – Amit Ray.
  • “We declare that human rights are for all of us, all the time: whoever we are and wherever we are from; no matter our class, our opinions, our sexual orientation.” – Ban Ki-moon.
  • “It means a great deal to those who are oppressed to know that they are not alone. Never let anyone tell you that what you are doing is insignificant.” – Desmond Tutu
  • “Peace can only last where human rights are respected, where the people are fed, and where individuals and nations are free.” – 14th Dalai Lama.
  • “To deny people their human rights is to challenge their very humanity.” – Nelson Mandela
  • “The most common way people give up their power is by thinking they don’t have any.” – Alice Walker.
  • “Activism works. So what I’m telling you to do now, is to act. Because no one is too small to make a difference.” – Greta Thunberg.
  • “The rights of every man are diminished when the rights of one man are threatened.”- John F. Kennedy.

Human Rights Day Messages

Human rights refer to the fundamental rights and freedoms that all human beings are entitled to.  In the conventional sense, these rights are inalienable and fundamental.  However, the extent to which these rights and freedoms are exercised remains open to debate.

Hence, it can be seen that political and civil rights (which are considered first-generation rights) are given more priority in some cases, while social and economic rights (which are considered second-generation rights) are given importance in some cases.  Many also emphasize that the human rights mentioned in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights are not defined through specific cultures and may not be universally applicable.

Throughout human history, it can be seen that a person’s sense of personal and social rights, responsibilities, and duties has evolved as a member of a particular group or society.  Through institution and that institution may be family, community, religion, professional group, etc.

The idea that every human being as an individual is entitled to human rights under his human existence is a recent but ancient concept that can be traced back to various customs and major religious teachings.  Make people around you aware of human rights today on this Human Rights Day.  Explain how to protect human rights and how to realize human rights.  Send some beautiful messages to your loved ones on World Human Rights Day to make them understand the importance of human rights.

  • No one can take your rights from you.  A right is not what someone gives you. Happy Human Rights Day.
  • Human rights gain new meaning when they become a reality in the daily life of every single person in the world. Happy Human Rights Day.
  • Human Rights Day reminds us that we have the power to stop any injustice or abuse by any authority. Happy Human Rights Day.
  • Let us come together to celebrate Happy Human Rights Day. A peaceful world can only be achieved when there is universal respect for the inherent dignity and equal rights of all members of the human family
  • Human rights are our birthright.  No one can take away this right from us.  Let’s celebrate World Human Rights Day together

Human Rights Day Status

The concept of human rights is a product of the development of technology and science in the eighteenth century.  However, the concept of contemporary human rights has emerged in recent times.  The concept of fundamental rights developed mainly through the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), which was adopted as a charter by the United Nations in 1948 out of the devastating experience of post-World War II.

However, the discussion of human rights spread globally sometime between the 1940s and the 1990s.  At the international level, the concept of human rights is universally accepted as a primary structural basis for any justice at present.  This Human Rights Day let us help others to learn about human rights.  So, post an educational human rights post on your social media account, be aware of yourself, and be aware of others.

Action is essential as nothing is trivial.  Every action leads to change.  Change lives and help people on this day.  Happy World Human Rights Day.

Today is World Human Rights Day. Love yourself, fight for yourself, and make sure your rights. Make a beautiful life.

We all must stand for our rights. No one can take our rights, we have to fight back. Happy Human Rights Day!

I wish you a happy Human Rights Day. Humans should be aware of their power and ability. This is the day to encourage people to learn about Human Rights.

Respect for human rights. This is our responsibility to make this world a beautiful place. We can easily do that if we have proper knowledge about Human Rights. Happy Human Rights Day.

FAQ about Human Rights Day

What is the theme of Human Rights Day 2022?

The 75th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights is the theme of Human Rights Day 2022.

Why do we celebrate Human Rights Day?

To give a message to people that stand for themselves. Fight for your rights.

What is the date of Human Rights Day?

10th December. Source-Wikipedia.

Human rights are being violated from various aspects in almost all countries of the world including Bangladesh.  Powerful people deprive innocent people of their rights to serve their interests.  These powerful people cannot be given a chance for long.  Every citizen should be aware of their rights and take recourse to the law if necessary.  Only then will human rights be protected globally. Celebrate this Happy Human Rights Day. Thanks for visiting nationaldaylist.