Invited as a Resource Person on the International Human Rights Day

Invited as a Resource Person on the International Human Rights Day

The day of the celebration has already gone. “Where after all do Human Rights begin? Does it begin at home, in your neighborhood or at your workplace. Unless these rights have meaning there, they have little meaning anywhere. Without concerted citizen action to uphold them close to home, we shall look in vain for advancement in the larger world.”

What I mean is that A right is not what someone gives you; it's what no one can take from you. When you deprive people of their right to live in dignity, to hope for a better future, to have control over their lives when you deprive them of that choice, then you expect them to fight for these rights.

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I declare that human rights are for all of us, all the time: whoever we are and wherever we are from; no matter our class, our opinions, our sexual orientation. Because You can never be a first-class human being until you have learned to have some regard for human frailty.

Our hopes for a safe and peaceful world can only be achieved when there is universal respect for the inherent dignity and equal rights of all members of the human family.

A short & sweet version of my opinions as a Resource Person at Christ University

I am very grateful to the deemed law school, Christ University for inviting me as a Resource Person. I addressed students on the topic embarked as "Right to be Human(e)" on the occasion of International Human Rights Day on 10th December 2020. It was really worth sharing my experience and opinions regarding the subject to participants in a learning situation.

I thank Professor Dr.Bhupinder Singh for having me on this platform and rendering me this wonderful opportunity.

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Let me reflect on you all the short frame of the event by quoting "Peace can only last where human rights are respected, where the people are fed and where individuals and nations are free."

During the journey, I have lived and I am living in my Aviation career, spanning over 16 years, I have had the privilege of visiting various countries in the line of my professional duties and I was privileged to learn about the various cultures, traditions, religious practices and last but not the least of interacting with people from the major parts of the globe.

Just to indicate what my perspective on human rights is, I would like to address a few personal experiences that have boosted my perception.

I am very grateful to the deemed law school, Christ University for inviting me as a Resource Person. I addressed students on the topic embarked as "Right to be Human(e)" on the occasion on International Human Rights Day on 10th December 2020. It was really a worth to share my experience and opinions regarding the subject to participants in a learning situation.

Let me reflect you all that "Peace can only last where human rights are respected, where the people are fed, and where individuals and nations are free."

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RIGHT TO BE HUMAN(E)

It is the right of every human being to live his or her life, the way they want to live, Of course within the legal frameworks as defined by the constitution of India.

I have always lived up to and will always want to continue by promoting the safety culture in Aviation by adopting both a human approach to problem solving and humane approach to the holistic growth of the Aviation Industry.

As a commercial pilot, I want to embark that it is not only the duty but also the right of every true-blue professional pilot to ensure the respect for life as well as conducting business which will enhance the quality of life by adopting safety procedures and guidelines as laid down by the ministry of civil aviation from time to time.

My 7 Wonders Of Fundamental Rights

Today, the 10th of December is celebrated all over the world as the International day for Human Rights. Yeah, A red-letter day in the history of mankind formed by the people who fought for their civil rights from various corners of the world.

  • The right to equality, the right to lead a respectable life and the right to live are some of the most important fundamental rights that have always been closed to my heart and have touched an emotional chord in my heart.
  • It was a vision of many leaders in history to make rules and regulations which would give every human being the right to live with dignity, the right to shelter, the right to the most basic need of the human being that is food and water and the right to livelihood.
  • The sole aim of liberalizing the society close to promote international peace and also to instill confidence in the people to promote the feeling of brotherhood and sisterhood so that the society they lived in could set a beautiful example for future generations.
  • Our life should be led to the belief to treat one another with dignity and respect.
  • The society that I grew up in the majorly influenced environment, my perception about how I value human life and for me the right to live with dignity and honor is the most valuable lesson that I have learned and it has always been my constant endeavor to enhance the quality of the lives of people in the various walks of my life.
  • Compassion, Kindness, Empathy are words that might be alien to people in this fast-paced world but to me, this is an integral part of my life as various experiences have taught me invaluable lessons. I will cherish it in this lifetime.
  • Most important, Right To Live. I have close associations with the underprivileged and I have also worked as volunteer in NGO on suicide prevention, what more can a right to life be by convincing someone not to end their lives and this life that we have got is a gift and a gift has more value than anything else in this world. This is your life, don’t waste it due to any challenge. God is examining you. Don’t lose. Just win over it. Live your own dreams with extremely passionate willpower, and fulfill them.
  • My Concluding Thoughts

    Obey only one rule i.e., Humanity. Just keep reminding yourself before doing any activity that whatever you are doing will definitely be beneficial for all of us without any harm, disrespect or, any kind of rule break.

    “Peace can only last where human rights are respected, where the people are fed, and where individuals and nations are free.” - Dalai Lama. Initiate by implementing small changes and, the most important thing, it is not only for yourself. Taking a stand for those people who are stuck in between the fight to get justice, is your fundamental priority. I am sure that you will get the real joy to make all of them happy as Joy is found when you focus your energy on improving human dignity, human capacity, and human values.

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