The Human Rights Act gives particular cover against government or draconian councils, like Lib-Dem Richmond upon Thames councilors, who are more concerned with their empty bank account, covering up investigations, watching lewed internet pornography and trying to steal money from those least able to defend themselves, to bother about things like human rights. Read about it here
For the benefit of all and so there are no arguments,
below are just some of your basic rights. They are yours, though not necessarily
granted without demand.
Extracts from the Human Rights Act. 1998-2000
USING THE HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 1998/2000 TO FURTHER YOUR AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
Everyone has the right to benefit from any measures enabling
them to enjoy the highest standard of health attainable.
Disabled persons have the right to independence, social integration and participation in the life of the community.
The family as a fundamental unit of society has the right to appropriate social, legal and economic protection to ensure its full development.
Children and young persons have the right to appropriate social, legal and economic protection.
Every elderly person has the right to social protection.
Everyone has the right to protection against poverty and social exclusion.
to ensure special protection against physical and moral dangers to which children and young persons are exposed
to remove as far as possible the causes of ill-health;
to ensure that any person who is without adequate resources and who is unable to secure such resources either by his own efforts or from other sources, in particular by benefits under a social security scheme, be granted adequate assistance, and, in case of sickness, the care necessitated by his condition;
to ensure that persons receiving such assistance shall not, for that reason, suffer from a diminution of their political or social rights; to provide that everyone may receive by appropriate public or private services such advice and personal help as may be required to prevent, to remove, or to alleviate personal or family want;
to promote or provide services which, by using methods of social work, would contribute to the welfare and development of both individuals and groups in the community, and to their adjustment to the social environment;
to promote their full social integration and participation in the life of the community in particular through measures, including technical aids, aiming to overcome barriers to communication and mobility and enabling access to transport, housing, cultural activities and leisure.
to take measures within the framework of an overall and co-ordinated approach to promote the effective access of persons who live or risk living in a situation of social exclusion or poverty, as well as their families, to, in particular, employment, housing, training, education, culture and social and medical assistance;
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