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Several atrocities on a large scale were committed before the recognition of human rights and there was no justice for the oppressed ones. Like during times of slavery, human rights were almost non-existent. All rights had been owned by the stronger and more powerful people. But certain movements like struggle of Martin Luther King to attain equal rights for the blacks.
The idea of human rights was initiated after Second World War as during war several violations of human rights had been committed by Allies and Axis. That war resulted in creating a new era of political and social structure and the outcome was creation of UNO that developed human rights principles for the world.
Libya is a big example of such violations from 1969 till 2011 and the ruler (Qaddafi) was responsible for such violations. Similarly, Syria also went through prolonged civil war that began between pro govt. and anti govt. forces and resulted in displacing 140,000 people and 2.5 million became homeless. South Sudan also saw such circumstances and Sudanese violated the rights of people of South Sudan before formation of separate
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Globalization plays a great role in food systems in third world countries. Nations which have embraced globalization have seen their economies and other spheres of life develop. Additionally, several concepts help in understanding various facets of globalization. Such concepts include: Social Structure, Symbolic Interactionism.
Naturally, government needs to raise huge funds to promote such programs. However, third world countries do not have sufficient money to spend on the intervention and prevention activities. Hence, economically and industrially developed countries, especially the United States have a moral obligation to fight AIDS in third world countries.
According to the paper over the past decade there have been several instances of businesses relocating their factories to third world countries. With costs of manufacturing and labour going up significantly in the developed countries of US, Germany and France, companies are looking to offshore their factories to lower cost nations in order to capture newer markets and also to manage their balance sheets since most of these third world countries provide cheap labour.
This has led to decline in sales figures of cigarettes in the developed nations, such as the United States. In the United States sale of cigarettes is falling at the rate of around 2 per cent per year (Anon., n.d.). The Federal Government has increased taxes on cigarettes, strictly implemented non smoking rules in public areas and increased campaigns regarding health concern of the people of America.
While theorists have tended towards the arguing of a single cause, a critical analysis of the variant explanations forwarded establishes that underdevelopment, as in persistent and chronic underdevelopment, is a consequence of a multitude of factors and not just one.
It manages production and/or delivery of services in more than one country. These corporations are very powerful and some do have revenues, profit and budgets that exceed the gross domestic product (GDP)'s of the host countries hence have a powerful influence on world affairs and on globalization.
Over the last two hundred years, there has been increase in food production, advancement in science and technology has empowered man to harness natural resources in an efficient way, but population has been on the rise, which is bringing toll at the world resources.
For instance, the U.S. Congress has, for a number of times, given consideration to legislation in order to ban imports of goods produced through child labour. In addition, support groups have managed to arrange boycotts by consumers to reprimand companies that employ children.
Endemic diseases show low rate of infection but are always present, while an epidemic affects a large number of people within a short span and disappears after some time. Malaria is endemic in many parts of