Globalization and Its Impact on Human Rights

9 Pages Posted: 5 Apr 2023

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Asmita Singh

Student, Amity University Lucknow , Amity Law School

Dr. Rohit Shukla

Assistant Professor of Political Science Amity University Lucknow

Date Written: March 23, 2023

Abstract

The aim of this paper to examine both advantages and disadvantages of globalization and it will help the reader to understand how to effectively navigate the difficulties it presents. The study demonstrates that although globalization is a process through which capital, goods, services, and labor cross national borders and take on a transnational character, it is frequently accompanied by the flow of related lifestyles, tastes, ideas, and even values across boundaries that help reshape local political institutions, cultural patterns, and social relations. Additionally, it gives many people new chances to improve their prosperity and expand their wealth. Today, academics, policymakers, and NGOs are debating globalization on a broad scale. The effects are significant.

Even though efforts to advance world peace and create a more "just world" are still emphasized, the bad effects of globalization are still widespread. Numerous communities are still dealing with severe issues like poverty, inequality, injustice, starvation, and exclusion.

Human rights are no longer a concern of national players in a globalized world, but rather are more reliant on international and global actors and organizations, such as multinational corporations, media, and others. The word "human rights" has taken on many meanings as it now includes not only societal but also political and economic facets.

Keywords: Globalization, Human Dignity, Poverty, Injustice, Social relation, Human Rights, Economic

Suggested Citation

Singh, Asmita and Shukla, Dr. Rohit, Globalization and Its Impact on Human Rights (March 23, 2023). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=4398247 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.4398247

Asmita Singh (Contact Author)

Student, Amity University Lucknow , Amity Law School ( email )

Dr. Rohit Shukla

Assistant Professor of Political Science Amity University Lucknow ( email )

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India

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