Great question. Most governments (including the US...not sure about UK) don't do well on human rights. The US even failed to vote for some human rights petitions in the UN general assembly...
...to me, a human right should be to do anything you want, so long as that by virtue of doing so, it doesn't impede the liberty of another.
Freedom from persecution for ...well, anything about race, gender, orientation, etc - we do badly on those in the US. It's even legal, at the state level to bias against individuals for DNA test results for health care...it's happened in nearly a dozen states and we don't have a federal law to protect against this kind of abuse.
Unfortunately, many, many people live under the delusion that the USA is a "free" country...when in fact, we're far from it.
Look into the Magna Charta and the US Bill of Rights. Natural rights are inalienable and universal and any right not specifically granted to a government is to be assumed by the person. Rights are universal, but only those judicial systems that recognize them will aid the person in challenging governmental encroachment into their freedoms.
We are ultimately responsible for staying the hand of any state that trespasses upon them. This requires vigilance on the part of the people... and enough of an understanding to know when individual rights have been trampled by government. We're not doing a very good job of it.
You have a lot of basic rights as a human being; you have protection from slavery and torture, right to a fair trial, the right to marry to right of freedom of expression, freedom of thought and religion,, right to privacy in home life, family affairs,right to liberty and security, and have your arrest explained in a language you can understand. The list goes on and depending n where you live you have additional rights.
As for the court system, like I said above you have the right to a fair trial and to have have your arrest explained in a language you understand, a free and transparent system of justice,the right to political participation, depending on what country you belong to.
things u are intitled too as a human being, person occupying this planet ><
we all have them and should be able to use them :)
You have the right to do whatever you want as long as it does not interfere with what the law is the area you live in.
You have the right to act and either be rewarded or pay for your actions. Everyone has the right to freedom.
what about humanrights in court?
laws such as?