Minorities’ Rights

Minority rights as a racial, religious, or linguistic request of minorities and indigenous peoples are an integral part of international human rights law. such as children’s rights, women’s rights, and political refugees’ rights; Minority rights is a body or a legal framework that is provided and designed for certain groups that are vulnerable, or have unfavorable or critical conditions in society, and can obtain equality and protection from their persecution. The issue of minority rights is not related to one or more countries, but many countries of the world are facing this phenomenon and this issue has become one of the global challenges. The rights of minorities include things such as; The right to security: (security of life, financial security, economic security of work and activity, security and freedom in choosing freedom), the right to religious equality, the right to recognize the language of minorities, the right to freedom of education (the right to education in the mother tongue), judicial justice (Minorities benefit from translators). Securing the rights of minorities requires extensive and wide-ranging research and research on the origin of this right, the factors of violation and the ways to achieve this right. It is humanized.