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Convention on Action against Trafficking in Human Beings print that page

The Convention on Action against Trafficking in Human Beings is a regional human rights treaty of the Council of Europe . [ 1 ] The Convention aims to prevent and combat human trafficking for the purposes of commercial sexual exploitation or forced labour ; to protect and assist victims | 2011/8/14 4:31:35

List of rock formations that resemble human beings print that page

A list of rock formations worldwide that resemble human beings . Contents 1 Canada 2 Finland 3 Guinea 4 Hong Kong 5 Ireland 6 Israel 7 Mexico 8 Philippines 9 Poland 10 Slovenia 11 Turkey 12 United Kingdom 13 United States 14 Extraterrestrial 15 References | 2011/10/2 13:35:31

Human extinction print that page

Humans are very widespread on the Earth, and live in communities which (whilst interconnected) are capable of some kind of basic survival in isolation. Therefore, pandemic and deliberate killing aside, to achieve human extinction, the entire planet would have to be rendered uninhabitable | 2011/9/4 9:02:23

Universal Declaration of Human Rights print that page


of the Second World War and represents the first global expression of rights to which all human beings are inherently entitled. It consists of 30 articles which have been elaborated in subsequent international treaties, regional human rights instruments, national constitutions and laws. The

Human trafficking print that page


The Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons, especially Women and Children (also referred to as the Trafficking Protocol) was adopted by the United Nations in Palermo , Italy in 2000, and is an international legal agreement attached to the United Nations Convention

Paleoconservatism print that page

Paleoconservatives in the 21st century often highlight their points of disagreement with neoconservatives , especially regarding issues such as military interventionism, immigration , affirmative action , U.S. funding of its allies abroad, and social welfare , to which they are opposed. [ 1 | 2011/8/27 5:16:44

Animal testing on non-human primates print that page


6 Attacks on researchers 6 See also 7 Notes 8 External links Legal status Human beings are recognized as persons and protected in law by the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights [ 4 ] and by all governments to varying degrees. Non-human primates are not classified

Human variability print that page

enforce our individuality. [ edit ] Social significance and valuation of human variability Human beings rarely give all possible values for a given parameter of the same value, though not all people agree on the values or relative rankings. Examples of differences which may be given different | 2011/10/1 4:02:20

Human exceptionalism print that page

J. Adler wrote, "Those who oppose injurious discrimination on the moral ground that all human beings , being equal in their humanity, should be treated equally in all those respects that concern their common humanity, would have no solid basis in fact to support their normative principle. | 2011/7/17 2:05:00

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History 2 Philosophy 2.1 Unborn or unconscious humans 2.2 Nonhuman animals 2.3 Hypothetical beings 2.3.1 Alien life 2.3.2 Artificial intelligence or life 2.3.3 Modified humans 3 Law 4 Psychology 5 Sociology 6 Religion 6.1 Christianity 6.2 Islam 6.2.1 Jinns