Your objectives are very worthwhile because human rights are a base on which security of a person and his/her property can be established. If everyone knows what fundamental rights a person has then these are the rules that govern human interaction. They can also be protected by government if it acknowledges these rights and incorporates them into law. However, for this system to work correctly it is vital to identify true human rights. There is a lot of misinformation out there, consisting mostly of rights invented by idealists trying to design society in accordance with their own values and morality. A theory of true rights is objective, that is, its principles can be shown to be true regardless of who thinks them- like mathematics.
Filed under: Comments to NGO's | March 7th, 2013