Study on Human Rights in Charity Activities

Sulu WU


Human rights are rights that distinguish human being from other beings. A man will lose his status as a rational being if his human rights have been deprived. There are so many problems associated with human rights in charity activities in recent years, such as ignorance of the right to know, violation against the privacy right, and trample of the right of freedom, etc.. These phenomena are very universal, and they damaged the interests of citizens, tortured the Conscience of the society, and even challenged the dignity of law. The author considers that these phenomena are caused by a variety of reasons and could be solved by continuous improvement of human rights protection system.


Charity; Human rights; Ethics

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