The right to equality

This right means every human being is equal before the law. Everyone has the right to be equal and no should be discriminated against. (1)Every person is equal before the law and has the right to equal protection and equal benefit of the law (2).

                  How the right to equality is used in Kenya 

   In Kenya equality mainly practiced so as for everybody to enjoy their rights. For example in the parliament both women and men are treated equally because there are women representatives and Mps. 

I think that in Kenya the right to equality is not really practiced depending on whether a person is rich or poor. For example health care. If a rich person gets sick they are able to go to a private hospital and get medical care. Unlike a poor person if they get sick most of them go to a district hospital and most of them don’t even go to hospitals. Maybe they buy medicine from shops which are not prescribed by the doctor and they get worse. 

  How is equality practiced in your country?

      

                     Disrimination

 Race: Race discrimination occurs when employees are treated differently from other employees because of physical attributes related to their race

Sex dicrimination: It occurs when men and women are treated differently based on their gender. 

Religous discrimination: It is treating a person or group differently because of the particular beliefs. 

  Is any of these discrimanations practiced in your country   

References 1.https://www.equalityhumanrights.com/en/human-rights/what-are-human-rights

2.https://www.klrc.go.ke/index.php/constitution-of-kenya/112-chapter-four-the-bill-of-rights/part-2-rights-and-fundamental-freedoms/193-27-equality-and-freedom-from-discrimination

https://www.cdc.gov/eeo/faqs/discrimination.htm#9https://www.cbc.ca/radio/ideas/an-unequal-world-are-universal-human-rights-actually-possible-1.5761759

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Religious_discrimination

 

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