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Investigate the Increasing Importance of Human Rights after World War II in Both International and Australian Law
Atrocities of 2nd War led to greater emphasis on role of international law in achieving peace and established United Nations, an international organisation for maintenance of security and promotion of human rights. In 1948, Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) was proclaimed asserting rights to life, liberty and security of all. This led to a foundation for the fundamentality of human rights worldwide as states ratified and were liable to global scrutiny in abuses. Clearly, essentiality of human rights has increased significantly since the War with issues of refugees, POWs, Aborigines and 'war on terrorism' causing an upsurge in the precedence of human rights worldwide. Globalisation has meant that importance of human rights has escalated to reassess rights and responsibilities to one another and to whole planet. Though human rights changed international law for better, their lack of enforceability in case of non-compliance is the major impediment in achieving world peace, security and freedom.…
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