In any group of people, individuals have certain freedoms that everyone agrees on. These are called basic human rights. These rights include things like being treated fairly by society, having a say in how the community is run, practicing your beliefs, and more. These rights come with the responsibility to also contribute positively to society. Figuring out what rights each person should have is a decision made by individuals, communities, countries, and the world as a whole.
In our country, our constitution gives people certain rights. These include things like the right to have basic necessities like food and shelter, access to medical care, education, and the ability to express opinions freely. People also have the right to privacy, freedom to move around, vote, own things, and enjoy leisure activities. Protecting the rights of children is really important, and older people have special rights too. Unfortunately, human rights aren't always respected around the world. It's sadder in less wealthy countries, but even richer countries sometimes don't treat people fairly.
An organization called Amnesty International keeps an eye on human rights globally. In Bangladesh, there's a group called Human Watch that does similar work. Sadly, it's disheartening to learn that even these organizations can sometimes be corrupted. To make sure our communities are safe and fair for everyone, we must make sure to safeguard human rights first.