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Human Rights Education

The learning process that seeks to build up knowledge in the rights that each person is entitled to enable to integrate these concepts into their values.

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“Human rights are interdependent and related to one another” which of the principles of human rights connect with this?

  • [No Answer]

Rights designed to protect individuals from unfair treatment.

  • Civil rights

Under Non-democratic Government citizens are

  • Allowed to vote
  • Not allowed to vote
  • It is based on democracy
  • Allowed to run for office

Bringing detached groups together from different sector.

  • Integration
  • Segregation
  • Looking at this will slow you down
  • discrimination

John cannot pay for a lawyer to help her for the case filed against her. The government did not help her get a public attorney from PAO. What right was violated?

  • Right against self-incrimination
  • Right to legal assistance
  • Right against illegal searches and seizures
  • Right to Speech

What is Human Rights Education?

  • An education that develops human rights Knowledge, Skills and Values with the broad objective of building a universal culture of human rights.
  • An education promoting the activities of the United Nations for the Maintenance of Peace.
  • an education promoting understanding, respect, gender equality and friendship among all nations, indigenous peoples and racial, national, ethnic, religious and linguistic groups;
  • The belief that with the inalienable human rights listed in the UDHR, every human is born.

Which one of these is not a principle of the Data Protection?

  • Data should not processed fairly and lawfully
  • Data must not be transferred outside the country unless the country has the same level of protection
  • Data storage devices must be data-shredded by a registered company.
  • Data must not be kept secure

It is the main emphases of feminist movements in the 1960s and 1970s?

  • Education and economic independence
  • LQBTQ rights
  • Voting rights.
  • Desegregation and integration

Organizations can't use data for any other purpose without your

  • Photograph
  • Fingerprint
  • Date of Birth
  • Consent

Eleanor Smith is the chair of the United nations commission that wrote the universal Declaration of Human Rights

  • True
  • False

A group of people holding pole signs and protesting are exercising their right to:

  • Civil Disobedience
  • Freedom of Religion
  • Sedition
  • Assembly and Free Speech

Which of the following best describes the way human rights can be protected

  • By international legal measures enforcing international laws
  • By domestic legal measures enforcing international laws
  • By international legal measures enforcing domestic laws

The State is responsible for taking measures to prevent, investigate, and remedy sexual violence by State agents and may be held internationally accountable for those agents’ actions

  • True
  • False

‘Kratos’ means __________.

  • Love
  • Power
  • Affection
  • Magic

This law aims to assist Philippine women in seeking ownership, activity and the management of small businesses.

  • Republic Act 7882: Provision of Assistance to Women Engaging in Micro and Cottage Business Enterprises, and for other purposes

The Data Privacy Act is administered and implemented by

  • Philippine National Police
  • Privacy Commission of the Philippines
  • Department of Information, Communication, and Technology
  • National Privacy Commission

_____________________ address the standard of living and quality of life for all persons, including those not involved in economic activities

  • Cultural Rights
  • Social Rights
  • Political Rights
  • Civil Rights

We are not obliged to others because their rights and freedoms should be protected by the government.

  • True
  • False

This is about developing the skills and abilities to defend human rights.

  • Skills
  • Property
  • Life
  • Support

Those who engage in, or promote, facilitate or induce child prostitution can be held liable against RA 7610

  • True
  • False

Gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls is not just a goal in itself, but a key to sustainable development, economic growth, and peace and security.

  • True
  • False

Promotion of Human rights through school integration, media campaign ang other related activities.

  • Health Litigation
  • Human Rights Education
  • Advocacy
  • lobbying

Are human rights connected with the objectives of sustainable development?

  • Yes, the SDGs are directly related to standards of human rights.
  • Yes, but the relationship is insignificant.
  • No, they are still crafting the alignment of human rights and SDG.
  • No, the connection is not available.

Explain the following principles using your own words (you can provide examples and/or citation). Participation and Inclusion

  • The Principles of Inclusion promote equity, access, opportunity and the rights of children and students with disability in education and care and contribute to reducing discrimination against them2.

They exist outside the public governmental and private market sectors, within what is referred to as the third, voluntary, or non-profit sector.

  • Non-Governmental Organization
  • United nations Commissions
  • Delegates

The ability to become a registered voter and to exercise the right to suffrage.

  • The right to self determination

Privileges exercised in the creation and management of government are political rights.

  • Political Rights
  • Civil Rights
  • Human Rights
  • Social Rights

First strategy used by NGOs in Promoting Human Rights

  • Social media posting
  • Games and sports
  • Empowerment and mobilizing members of society
  • Guidance and counseling

This is about the development of attitudes of respect for human rights, so people do not violate the rights of others.

  • Values
  • Knowledge
  • Protection
  • Support

One important feature of NGO is

  • Responsiveness
  • Attentiveness
  • Prejudice
  • Dynamism

The rights to freedom of expression, association, and peaceful assembly are grouped together.

  • Freedom of speech
  • Freedom of assembly
  • Right to free press
  • The right of petition

This law declares a special working holiday on the eighth day of March every year. Otherwise known as National Women’s day.

  • R.A. 6949

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was published by the United Nations in

  • 1946
  • 1948
  • 1941
  • 1960

Example of this right is when women held large positions, including senators, congressmen, senators, governors, aldermen and judges


On 10 December 1948 the United Nations General Assembly adopted the  Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR).

  • True
  • False

Political rights are necessary to participate in the life of the community and society

  • True
  • False

The word democracy means Rule of majority

  • True
  • False

Voting in elections is the civic action that shows the most fundamental responsibility of citizens in a

  • Communism
  • Democracy
  • Dictatorship

Which of the following is a Bill of Rights best described?

  • A document describing citizens' responsibilities in a community
  • A UN bill on Australia's UN peacekeeping efforts to address international violations of human rights
  • A law that enshrines a country's human rights
  • A paper to reduce immigration in Australia

Republic Act no. 10173 also known as

  • Anti-discrimination Act
  • Child Protection Act
  • Equal education Act
  • Data Privacy Act

Active listening and communication falls under

  • Values: Learn THROUGH human rights
  • Knowledge: Learn ABOUT human rights
  • Skills: Learn FOR human rights
  • Life: protect human rights

Human Rights only applies in foreign countries.

  • Neither
  • False
  • Either
  • True

UDHR, Art 1 states that "No one shall be held in slavery or servitude; slavery and the slave trade shall be prohibited in all their forms."

  • True
  • False

Jimmy has been given equal treatment under the law when he caught violating the law. He has been given

  • Doubt
  • Freedom
  • Justice
  • Tolerance

Everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of person.

  • True
  • False

Is any operation/s performed upon personal data. These operations include, but are not limited to the collection, recording, organization, storage, updating or modification, retrieval, consultation, use, consolidation, blocking, erasure, or destruction of data.

  • Processing
  • Data Privacy
  • Personal data
  • Data Security

An Exception to the Act is that when data will be used for a trial

  • False
  • Not sure
  • Maybe
  • True

Act Identifying Violence against Women and Their Children, Providing Protection Measures for Victims, Prescribing Punishments For and For Other Purposes, acknowledges the need to protect families and their members, particularly women and children, from violence and threats to their personal safety and security

  • Republic Act no. 9262

The right to privacy is described as the right of individuals to be left alone and to live lives free of unjustified publicity. What is the reason why the government can reasonably violate the right to privacy of a person?

  • When the police knock in the middle of the night on your door
  • When the police want your locked phone to get in
  • When the police have a court-ordered warrant for your personal computer to go through
  • They ask you to go through your trunk when you are pulled over for speeding.

The right to join political parties

  • Political right

Which of the following is a non-legal measure by which Human Rights can be protected

  • A treaty signed at the UNA
  • A decision of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal
  • Report by a non-government organization
  • Amendments to the Australian Constitution

An example of Sensitive data includes

  • Health record or Status
  • Country
  • Age
  • Name

An independent National Human Rights Institution in the Philippines.

  • Department of Justice
  • Department of Education
  • Department of Social Welfare and Development
  • Commission on Human Rights

People who protest to call attention to a cause, like civil rights

  • Leaders
  • Prejudice
  • Optimist
  • Activist

The State is responsible for taking measures to prevent, investigate, and remedy sexual violence by State agents and may be held internationally accountable for those agents’ actions.

  • True
  • False

Modern human rights issue that has adverse effects on the enjoyment of human rights, and the best way to prevent corruption, on the other hand, is to enhance respect for and promote and protect human rights

  • Extrajudicial Killings
  • The right to a healthy and sustainable environment
  • Business, human rights and corruption
  • War Against Drugs

Mr. Lebja, a Tanzanian member of parliament describes albinism as a "disability just like any other form of disability" but in Tanzania it’s a condition where many sufferers are forced into hiding for fear of their lives. Mr Lebja experience

  • Violence
  • Unjust treatment
  • Depravation of right to vote
  • Discrimination

Everyone is entitled to a social and international order in which the rights and freedoms set forth in this Declaration can be fully realized.

  • True
  • False

The government to remedy grievances is the right to complain or seek assistance from one's government, without fear of punishment or reprisals

  • Right to privacy
  • Freedom of assembly
  • The right of petition
  • Freedom of speech

What is freedom of religion? Choose one:

  • You must choose a religion.
  • You can’t choose the time you practice your religion.
  • You can practice any religion, or not practice a religion.
  • No one can practice a religion.

Explain the following principles using your own words (you can provide examples and/or citation). Accountability and Rule of Law

  • The term rule of law refers to a principle of governance in which all persons, institutions and entities, public and private, including the state itself, are accountable to laws that are publicly promulgated, equally enforced and independently adjudicated, and which are consistent with international human rights norms

It is an invocative action by national and international actors of NGOs.

  • Protection, duty and responsibility
  • Advocacy, Prevention and support
  • Advocacy, campaigning and lobbying
  • Advertisement, Fund raising, Expenses

Write a well-developed 3-paragraph essay in response to the statements below. You will be graded based on rubric provided. Law enforcement behavior such as Police officer using excessive force or brutality.

  • Criminal justice—police, courts, prisons—has been called an evidence-free zone,” says Tom Tyler, PhD, a professor of psychology at Yale Law School and an expert in the psychology of justice. “People in positions of power tend to make policy decisions based on intuition and common sense—presumptions that we as psychologists recognize are often in error.”

The Key principles of Democracy are Fairness, Love, Respect, and Dignity

  • True
  • False

It refers to person below eighteen (18) years of age or those over but are unable to fully take care of themselves

  • Adopted child
  • Children
  • Family
  • Children with special needs

The universal declaration of Human Rights consist of Preamble and 33 articles.

  • True
  • False

The rights of women and girls all over the world that includes right to suffrage, right to access quality education, and right to lead.

  • Social Rights
  • Women’s Rights
  • Civil Rights
  • Human Rights

One of the characteristics of Human Rights Education is Enforceability. Enforceability means

  • A contract is when someone can be compelled to observe or forced to obey
  • The capacity to engage in and organize social groups
  • The desire to work towards the ideals of freedom, equality and respect for diversity.
  • As a strategy for development

It guarantees of equal social opportunity and equal protection in accordance with the law, irrespective of race, religion or other personal characteristics.

  • Social Rights
  • Civil Rights
  • Women’s Rights
  • Human Rights

Elections for human rights:

  • A state can prevent persons who have lost their civil rights from voting.
  • Even though they have, everyone is allowed to vote
  • Their civil rights have been lost because of crime.
  • Each person shall have two votes if the voting is a worker.

One of the characteristics of Human Rights Education is acknowledging the rights of all people in all situations at all times.

  • Universality
  • Enforceability
  • Paramountcy
  • Practicability

Under the right to education clauses:

  • The contents of education programs are not subject to obligations.
  • Governments are obligated for all young people under 18 to receive compulsory education.
  • Parents are not obliged to support the education of their children.
  • Individuals and groups may open a school provided they meet the minimum legal requirements.

We are all entitled to participate in our country's hearing process. Each adult should have the right to choose his own leaders.

  • True
  • False

A law that forbids discrimination merely on the basis of sex/gender with regard to terms and conditions of employment.

  • Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964

A school would hold the following personal information except

  • Name
  • Address
  • Political affiliation
  • Age

The right to travel be impaired except in the interest of national security, public safety, or public health, as may be provided by law.

  • Shall the right to travel be impaired

Department of Information, Communication, and Technology

  • Religion
  • Name
  • CCTV video
  • Address

What can human rights be defined?

  • Protection of right of those who obey the law.
  • The rights to those who legally reside in a particular country.
  • The inherent rights of all people.
  • The advantages granted to any adult.

The right to political participation is direct political freedom.

  • True
  • False

Citizens of a democratic state are entitled to criticize and oppose the government.

  • True
  • False

Junie Mae was not allowed to get a lawyer, and was forced to be the witness for herself by the proceedings of a case trial. What right was violated?

  • Right to post bail
  • Right to Legal Assistance
  • Right against double jeopardy
  • Right against self-incrimination

Is education in human rights pertinent?

  • It only covers those who make complaints about violations of human rights.
  • It is pertinent to all people, however those who commit unlawful act are not included
  • It is pertinent to all people.
  • Only those who work in the legal profession are relevant.

No one—including the most highly placed official—is above the law.

  • Rule of Law
  • Rule of Conduct
  • Principled of Law
  • Doctrine of Irregularity

Modern human rights issue that attacks journalists and their freedom to do their job.

  • Freedom of Media
  • Children’s Rights
  • Right to free speech
  • Right to assembly

The right to life is violated if:

  • A is the correct answer
  • Someone is killed by unnecessary police force.
  • An act of war causes someone to die, although it was Legal.
  • An accident kills someone because a police force prevents an attack on another person's life.

Police must read criminal suspects their rights is called

  • Miranda Doctrine
  • Hernandez Doctrine
  • Mapp Doctrine
  • Schneck Doctrine

Duty of all teachers and administrators in public schools, to report all incidents of possible child abuse to the Department

  • True
  • False

What does IPRA means?

  • Inland production Rights Act
  • Import product Rights Act
  • Indigenous Population Rights Act
  • Indigenous product Rights Act

The state shall not endorse any religion/religious preference

  • Freedom of assembly
  • The liberty of abode
  • Right to free press
  • Freedom of religion

Copyright is a special law which protects the creations and writings of oneself; others can make copies with or without permission.

  • True
  • False

Indivisibility means

  • All individuals have the right to participate
  • Human rights are inalienable and universal
  • The rights of humans are indivisible
  • Human rights are interdependent and related to one another

Explain the following principles using your own words (you can provide examples and/or citation). Universality and Inalienability

  • The Universal Declaration of Human Rights establishes the equality and dignity of every human being and stipulates that every Government has a core duty to enable all people to enjoy all their inalienable rights and freedoms. All of us have a right to speak freely and participate in decisions that affect our lives.7 Dec 2017

Political rights include the protection of people's physical and mental integrity, life and security.

  • True
  • False

Which part of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights: official document states that:

  • Preamble

Which of the following best describe the concept of human rights?

  • The rights to freedom of speech and religion
  • Laws about rights contained in the Australian Constitution
  • The existence of UN peacekeeping forces around the world
  • Basic rights and freedoms to which all humans are entitled

The women's suffrage in the Philippines was legalized on 17 September 1937.

  • True
  • False

Economic and social rights:

  • Are most essential to those who are in jail.
  • Can be claimed by every European individual.
  • The immediate fulfilment of these rights for all individuals is not expected from states.
  • Are not real human rights.

This is about promoting awareness and understanding of human rights issues so that human rights violations are recognized by individuals.

  • Knowledge
  • Values
  • Protection
  • Support

The rights of everyone in court:

  • People can only be convicted if a confession has been made.
  • Both A and D
  • Each offender has the right to an advocate.
  • If you conduct the trial in any language unknown to you, you have the right to an interpreter free of charge.

This right may be exercised by all citizens of the Philippines not otherwise disqualified by law, who are at least eighteen years of age, and who shall have resided in the Philippines for at least one year, and in the place wherein they propose to vote, for at least six months immediately preceding the election.

  • Suffrage

One of the characteristics of Human Rights Education is Paramountcy. Paramountcy means

  • Human rights are supreme in the sense that without a serious affront to justice, no one can be deprived of human rights
  • Human rights are practical in the sense that they are claims that cannot be realized physically
  • Human rights are individualistic because the concept of human rights derives from the recognition of human dignity and rights as free and equal

What is so unique in the Universal Human Rights Declaration?

  • Both replies previously provided.
  • It is not unique at all.
  • People from around the globe have drawn it up.
  • Sets common human rights standards.

The right to collective bargaining are fundamental rights for workers and employers, without fear of reprisal, to freely create and join organizations of their own choice.

  • Fundamental rights

What does the term Data Subject mean?

  • The person who decides how the data will be used
  • The person who controls the data
  • The person that own the data
  • The person who stored the data

Democracy is based on a ___________ election in which those currently in power have a fair chance of losing.

  • Unjust
  • Free and fair
  • Unfair
  • Not organize

The adoption of legislation prohibiting discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity in employment, education, health care, housing and other fields.

  • Freedom of Media
  • Equality
  • War against Drugs
  • Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity

Data storage devices must be data-shredded by a registered company.

  • True
  • False

What is the basic idea of Human Rights?

  • Each one of us no matter who we are or where we are born is entitled to the same basic rights and freedoms
  • Human rights include the right to choose your slaves
  • You have the right to works whatever is your race or religion or belief
  • Everyone regardless of age can enroll to a swimming class

Asian Federation against Involuntary Disappearances is a

  • Municipal Level Organization
  • Local Non-government organization
  • International Non-government organization
  • Philippine union

Freedom of speech can be restricted

  • Both A and C
  • For reasons of public morality cannot be restricted.
  • Can only prevent religious intolerance.
  • To protect against defamation, it can be restricted.

One's personal information is protected from public scrutiny.

  • Right to privacy
  • Right to free press
  • Freedom of assembly
  • Freedom of speech

It refers to an individual whose personal, sensitive personal, or privileged information is processed

  • Direct marketing
  • Data sharing
  • Data processing system
  • Data subject

An act providing for stronger deterrence and special protection against child abuse, exploitation and discrimination, providing penalties for its violation and for other purposes.

  • Republic Act 9262
  • Republic Act 6210
  • Republic Act 3215
  • Republic Act 7610

What are human rights?

  • A responsibility that people have as humans.
  • Rights only the richest are entitled to.
  • Rights that all people have simply because they are human.
  • Rights that only children have.

An act protecting individual personal information in information and communications systems in the government and the private sector, creating for this purpose a national privacy commission, and for other purposes.

  • Republic Act 10173
  • Republic Act 5102
  • Republic Act 6210
  • Republic Act 711

Political rights can be taken away from you.

  • True
  • False

Mothers and children, the elderly, the unemployed or the disabled, and all individuals are entitled to care.

  • True
  • False

An example of Child prostitution and other sexual abuse

  • Child pornography and indecent shows and publication
  • Unreasonable deprivation of Child basic needs for survival
  • Unreasonable deprivation of shelter
  • Failure to immediately give medical treatment

What right is violated if a person wants to work and go abroad but was prohibited by the Philippine government to leave the country?

  • Right to Travel and choose one’s abode
  • Right to Free Speech
  • Right to post bail
  • Right to Speech

These are the three (3) objectives of Human rights education

  • Serve, Protect, & Promulgate
  • Knowledge, Skills, & Values
  • Life, Liberty, & property
  • Love, Care, & support

The Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative is a

  • Local Non-government organization
  • Philippine union
  • Municipal Level Organization
  • International Non-government organization

When does the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) adopted the  Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR)?

  • 10 December 1948
  • 10 March 1948
  • 10 June 1948
  • 10 October 1948

Which article under UDHR Official documents support that ‘we are all entitled to life and to live in freedom and security’

  • Article 3

An endorsement of the President against drug and other related activities

  • Drug syndicate
  • Police brutality
  • Tokhang
  • War against drugs

Explain the following principles using your own words (you can provide examples and/or citation). Equality and Non-discrimination

  • [No Answer]

Fact on the right to a healthy climate as a universal right:

  • Targets the protection of people, animals and plants
  • It prohibits the dumping of toxic waste which irreversibly spoils the soil.
  • None of these
  • As a universal right it is not yet fixed.

Individuals over the age of 18 or 21 years are accorded the right to vote.

  • True
  • False

Write a well-developed 3-paragraph essay in response to the statements below. You will be graded based on rubric provided. Sexual assault against women by man through sexual harassment or inappropriate conduct.

  • In most modern legal contexts, sexual harassment is illegal. Laws surrounding sexual harassment generally do not prohibit simple teasing, offhand comments, or minor isolated incidents—that is due to the fact that they do not impose a "general civility code."[4] In the workplace, harassment may be considered illegal when it is frequent or severe thereby creating a hostile or offensive work environment or when it results in an adverse employment decision (such as the victim's demotion, firing or quitting). The legal and social understanding of sexual harassment, however, varies by culture.

A structure to prevent and respond to children in all settings, abuse, neglect, exploitation and violence.

  • Child Social Welfare
  • Child refugee
  • Child Protection
  • Anti-Child discrimination

The unjust treatment of different categories of people on the grounds of race, age, or sex.

  • United Nations
  • Poverty
  • Servitude
  • Discrimination

Which article under UDHR Official documents stated that “Nobody can take your human rights away.”

  • Article 30

It refers to a breach of security leading to the accidental or unlawful destruction, loss, alteration, unauthorized disclosure of, or access to, personal data transmitted, stored, or otherwise processed;

  • Information Breach
  • Personal data breach
  • None of the above
  • Breach of Contract

Lawyers are not the only ones who understand the significance of Human Rights

  • Either
  • True
  • False
  • Neither

The first women right movement was established in 1849

  • True
  • False

Aling Teresa deprived leonora, her 7 year-old daughter to have an access to food. Aling Teresa is liable against

  • Special Protection of Children Against, Abuse Exploitation and Discrimination
  • Anti-dynasty law
  • Anti-Discrimination Act
  • Child pornography

The right to express your opinion

  • Freedom

Explain the following principles using your own words (you can provide examples and/or citation). Interdependence and Interrelatedness

  • [No Answer]

Litigation as a strategy to promote the right to health through accountability of governments for human rights standards on access to medications or health care.

  • True
  • False
  • Sometime False
  • Sometime True

Human Rights Watch is a

  • Municipal Level Organization
  • Local Non-government organization
  • International Non-government organization
  • Philippine union

It protects data from compromise by external attackers and malicious insiders

  • Data Security
  • Processing
  • Personal data
  • Data Privacy

Everyone regardless of citizenship shall also have the right to be elected to a public office in a democratic state.

  • True
  • False

An individual has the right to freedom until

  • They're gaining too much power.
  • They use their rights to promote patriotism.
  • The state intervenes.
  • Their liberty affects someone else.

This law declares the State's policy of providing the rape victims with the requisite assistance and protection.

  • Republic Act 8505: Rape Victim Assistance and Protection Act of 1998

All of us have the right to think for ourselves, to say good and defamatory words, to think and to share our thoughts with others.

  • True
  • False

Human rights are rights that we have simply because we exist as human beings; no state grants them.

  • True
  • False

As human beings and by virtue of the inherent dignity of every human person, all individuals are equal

  • Indivisibility
  • Universality and Inalienability
  • Interdependence and Interrelatedness
  • Equality and Non-discrimination

Right to vote was the main right that led to the first women's right movement?

  • True
  • False

Gloria Macapagal Arroyo is the the eleventh president of the Republic of the Philippines and the first female president.

  • True
  • False

The last female president of the Republic of the Philippines

  • Gloria Macapagal Arroyo

It refers to all types of personal information

  • Personal Identification
  • Personal Data
  • Data
  • Data Privacy Act

An organization that helped community mapping of Indigenous people to legalize their country's borders

  • Philippine Mapping Development Action
  • Philippine Indigenous Development Action
  • Philippine Intercultural Development Action
  • Philippine Civic Union Action

Information collection for many reasons is _________ and can take many forms, be carried out by various actors and presented on various channels.

  • Not related
  • Absolute
  • Essential
  • Voluntary

The right to gather, transmit and publish news anywhere and everywhere without fetters.

  • Freedom of assembly
  • Right of access to information
  • Right to free press
  • Freedom of association

Civil rights is an involvement in civil society and politics.

  • True
  • False

Information which is regarded as _________ is subject to stricter rules

  • Additional
  • Important
  • Sensitive
  • Dangerous

Which article states that “Everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth in this Declaration, without distinction of any kind, such as race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status.”

  • Article 2

This right includes the freedom to hold opinions and to receive and impart information and ideas without interference from public authorities and irrespective of borders.

  • Freedom of assembly
  • Right to free press
  • The right of petition
  • Freedom of speech

It governs how data is collected, shared and used.

  • Processing
  • Data Privacy
  • Personal data
  • Data Security

In 1948, which document was created to explain what rights that were given to all humans?

  • International Covenant on Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights
  • International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights
  • Declaration of Independence
  • Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Junie boy, a 16 years old boy was continuously harassed by her step brother, 25 years old. Elisa their housemaid knew that this is happening. What is the liability of Elisa?

  • Elisa can be liable because she participate in such sexual act.
  • None of the above
  • Elisa is not liable in any crimes since she did nothing to it.
  • Elisa failed to report the act to any authority thus making her liable against RA 7610

Which of the following gives the framework of legal protection to human rights?

  • The Magna Carta
  • Commonwealth legislation.
  • The Universal Declaration on Human Rights
  • The International Court of Justice

Few shall be subjected to arbitrary arrest, detention or exile.

  • True
  • False

Personal information such as name, age, address, and cellphone number is protected from public inquiry by the right to

  • Assembly
  • privacy
  • Security
  • speech

Who are the protector of the people and the State?

  • Philippine National Police
  • National Bureau of Investigation
  • Baranggay Tanod
  • Armed Forces of the Philippines

Explain the following principles using your own words (you can provide examples and/or citation). Indivisibility

  • [No Answer]

The Magna Carta of Women is comprehensive women’s human rights law that seeks to eliminate discrimination against women.

  • True
  • False

General Directions: Read the articles below. Write an editorial paper that shows different issues regarding human rights. Enumerate the different conducts on how human right was being violated and suggest ways on how would it be prevented. Apply the concepts you have learn during the previous discussions. You will be graded based on the rubric provided. Article 01: The “war on Drugs” campaign of the present administration. Philippines’ ‘War on Drugs’ Since taking office on June 30, 2016, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has carried out a “war on drugs” that has led to the deaths of over 12,000 Filipinos to date, mostly urban poor. At least 2,555 of the killings have been attributed to the Philippine National Police. Duterte and other senior officials have instigated and incited the killings in a campaign that could amount to crimes against humanity. Human Rights Watch research has found that police are falsifying evidence to justify the unlawful killings. Despite growing calls for an investigation, Duterte has vowed to continue the campaign. Large-scale extrajudicial violence as a crime solution was a marker of Duterte’s 22-year tenure as mayor of Davao City and the cornerstone of his presidential campaign. On the eve of his May 9, 2016 election victory, Duterte told a crowd of more than 300,000: “If I make it to the presidential palace I will do just what I did as mayor. You drug pushers, holdup men, and do-nothings, you better get out because I'll kill you.” Philippines’ ‘War on Drugs’ | Human Rights Watch. (2017). Retrieved 21 January 2021, from Article 02: Philippine Political Prisoner and their freedom of Speech Human Rights Defenders Since February 2017, Senator Leila de Lima has been jailed on politically motivated drug charges filed against her in apparent retaliation for leading a Senate inquiry into the “drug war” killings. Her plight has prompted international expressions of support. In September, Duterte ordered the arrest of a colleague of de Lima’s, Senator Antonio Trillanes IV, by revoking his amnesty, forcing him to remain at the Senate premises for weeks. In October, a Manila court dismissed the government’s petition to issue the arrest warrant against Trillanes. Trillanes has been Duterte’s most vocal critic since de Lima, accusing the president and his family of corruption. In February, the Department of Justice issued a petition that labeled more than 600 people—among them Victoria Tauli-Corpuz, the United Nations special rapporteur on the rights of indigenous peoples, and dozens of leftist activists—as members of the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) and its armed wing, the New People’s Army (NPA). That action put those individuals at risk of extrajudicial execution. Tauli-Corpuz called the allegation “baseless, malicious and irresponsible.” In August, a Manila court removed her name from the petition. Philippine presidential spokesman Harry Roque alleged in March that “some human rights groups have become unwitting tools of drug lords to hinder the strides made by the administration.” That echoed comments made days prior by Foreign Affairs Secretary Alan Peter Cayetano equating efforts of some unnamed human rights organizations to stop Duterte’s murderous “war on drugs” with “being used by drug lords.” World Report 2019: Rights Trends in Philippines. (2018). Retrieved 21 January 2021, from

  • Since the “drug war” began on June 30, 2016, Duterte and his officials have publicly reviled, humiliated and, in one instance, jailed human rights advocates. Senator Leila de Lima, the president’s chief critic, has been detained since February 2017 on politically motivated drug charges in apparent retaliation for leading a Senate inquiry into the drug war killings and, early on, opening an investigation of the Davao Death Squad in Davao City, where Duterte was mayor for more than 20 years. “President Duterte has not only resisted calls to end his brutal ‘drug war,’ but has used populist rhetoric to disparage the brave activists who have been investigating and denouncing his cruel campaign,” said Phelim Kine, deputy Asia director. “Since Duterte will never undertake a serious investigation into the ‘war on drugs,’ it’s up to the United Nations to support an international investigation and bring the mass killings to a stop.”

A tribe that are responsible for the construction of Rice Terraces.

  • Ilocano
  • Ifugao
  • Mamanwa
  • Lumad

The right to vote is a right to

  • Suffrage
  • Recourse
  • Religion
  • Development

The right to political participation is an indirect political freedom.

  • True
  • False

Freedom to express opinion.

  • Freedom of expression.

DPA stands for District Public Attorney according to Data Protection Act

  • True
  • False

Civil rights, guarantees of equal social opportunity and equal protection in accordance with the law, irrespective of race, religion or other personal characteristics.

  • False
  • True
  • Sometimes true
  • Sometimes false

Everyone has the right to recognition everywhere as a person before the law.

  • True
  • False

What is Civil Society? It refers to the maltreatment of children below 18 years old below, whether habitual or not.

  • Civil society embraces a diversity of spaces, actors and institutional forms, varying in their degree of formality, autonomy and power
  • Civil society is the distribution of income and wealth, and the associated political dynamics, represents an important dimension of this social and international order
  • Civil society exist outside the public governmental and private market sectors, within what is referred to as the third, voluntary, or non-profit sector
  • Civil society is where people experience inequalities across a number of dimensions, for example in educational attainment, health and in the distribution of power.

The Philippine Government committed to the Convention on the Abolition of All Types of Discrimination against Women.

  • True
  • False

The freedom to work:

  • Means nobody could be arbitrarily fired.
  • This does not mean that a government must make full employment efforts.
  • States are forced to provide their citizens with jobs.
  • Both A and C

Republic act no. 9610 also known as The Magna Carta of Women

  • True
  • False

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights set out the fundamental rights of human beings to be universally protected for the first time and has been translated into over 500 languages

  • True
  • False

Violations against people's civil rights and liberties by governments

  • Political rights
  • Human Right Violations
  • Suffrage
  • Civil Rights

When was the Universal Declaration of Human Rights written?

  • After the Cold War
  • During the freedom constitution
  • After the Marcos regime
  • After WWII

Pedro killed Juana. The law give same protection to Pedro until the verdict.

  • True
  • False

Is there a review in all United Nations Member States of the human rights situation?

  • No, there is no way to have it.
  • No, this type of review has no mechanism.
  • Yes, a regular review of the human rights situation by all UN Member States is conducted.
  • Yeah, but only in certain UN Member States for specific human rights.

All individuals have the right to participate and access information relating to the processes of decision-making that affect their lives and well-being.

  • Indivisibility
  • Participation and Inclusion
  • Interdependence and Interrelatedness
  • Equality and Non-discrimination

Under the right to free movement:

  • A and C both
  • A criminal could be jailed.
  • The refusal of a visa is a violation of human rights to a person not convicted of a criminal offence.
  • For public safety reasons, a person may be prohibited from choosing a certain residence.

Who is the past first lady that led the UN Commission on Human Rights?

  • Eleanor Roosevelt
  • Michelle Obama
  • Barbara Bush
  • Hillary Clinton

Religious liberty:

  • Nations are obliged to respect religious freedom, but have no legal duty to recognize or support a system.
  • A state cannot in any way restrict itself.
  • Forces countries to recognize religions and to subsidize them.
  • State should have religious affiliation.

Modern human rights issue where People experience inequalities across a number of dimensions, for example in educational attainment, health and in the distribution of power

  • The right to a healthy and sustainable environment
  • Quality Education
  • Inequality and social rights
  • Business, human rights and corruption

Human Rights Education are important to all working and non-working class of the society

  • Sometimes true
  • Sometimes false
  • False
  • True

Nobody has any right to hurt us or to torture somebody.

  • True
  • False

The rights to access public information.

  • Information

It is an act to Ordain and Institute the Civil Code of the Philippines.

  • RA 364
  • RA 986
  • RA 386
  • RA 6210

Who may be liable in the conduct of child abuse?

  • His or Her Parents abroad
  • Those who engage in, or promote, facilitate or induce child prostitution
  • Any person who will help the child
  • Anyone reported the abuse to the authority

In a democratic Government citizens

  • None of the above...
  • Enjoy their fundamental rights
  • People don not elect their rulers
  • The citizens of the country have no right to vote

Access to all levels of education is crucial to empowering women and girls to participate in economic, social and political life of their societies.

  • Right to suffrage
  • Right to assembly
  • Right to education
  • political participation

Any intentional touching, either directly or through clothing, of the genitalia, anus, groin, breast, inner thigh, or buttocks; or any act of lewdness

  • Rape
  • Depravation of right
  • Lascivious conduct
  • Maltreatment

The freedom to practice any religion

  • Freedom religion

Write a short essay (Minimum of 50 words maximum of 80 words) about the different situations below. Your essay must contain the do’s and don’ts in sharing, transferring, & handling information. You will be graded based on the rubric below. First Situation: A call form an unknown number asking you to give them your Credit card pin. Second Situation: An email from unknown sender telling you that you have to fill out the form to receive a free grocery. Third Situation: Mall entrance asking you to fill out the Covid-19 Tracking form.

  • [No Answer]

It refers to the maltreatment of children below 18 years old below, whether habitual or not.

  • Child Labor
  • Child Abuse
  • Sexual abuse
  • Slavery

Under the right to medical care:

  • Access to healthcare should be open to everyone.
  • Complete access to health to a wealthy family
  • Governments must not prevent work Casualties.
  • Medicinal products should be free.

Essay. Write a well-developed 3-paragraph essay in response to the statements below. You will be graded based on rubric provided. Denying Employment due to gender Identity and/or Workplace discrimination.

  • Gender identity discrimination in the workplace occurs when an employer discriminates against an employee because of their gender identity. Discrimination can include terminating a transgender employee after the employer finds out about the employee's gender identity or planned transition; denying a transgender employee access to workplace restroom facilities available to other employees; requiring a transgender employee to use a restroom not consistent with the employee's gender identity or presentation; harassing a transgender employee; permitting and/or refusing to investigate claims of harassment by coworkers and supervisors; or any other negative employment action taken because of an employee's gender identity.

No person shall be deprived of life, liberty, or property without due process of law, nor shall any person be denied the equal protection of the laws.

  • Article VII Sec 2
  • Article V Sec 1
  • Article IV Sec 7
  • Article III Sec 3

Which of these is the BEST example of an economic right?

  • The right by your peers to a fair and unbiased trial
  • The Liberty of Speech
  • The right to be protected by a government against torture or other forms of abuse
  • The right to earn a salary that offers a certain quality of life.

What are the 3 main branches of the Government of the Philippines?

  • Senate, Supreme Court, Congress
  • Presidential, Unicameral- Parliamentary, Bicameral-Parliamentary
  • The Legislature, The Senate, The Supreme Court
  • Legislative, Executive, Judicial

The right to oppose the government.

  • Political Right

Civil rights can loosely be defined as the combination of political and personal rights to ensure _____.

  • freedom and equality
  • economic success
  • the right to unionize
  • exception from the rules

The use of peaceful means, not force, to bring about political or social change

  • Nonviolence
  • Intimidation
  • brutality
  • Power

Sexual Violence and Harassment could be physical conduct and advances, demanding or requesting sexual favors or using inappropriate sexual language.

  • True
  • False

Freedom of speech can be restricted for unlawful act.

  • True
  • False

An act declaring sexual harassment unlawful in the employment, education or training environment, and for other purposes. It was signed under the administration of Fidel Ramos on 14 February 1995.

  • Republic Act no. 7877
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