Canada and Human Rights, 1984-2000 Term Paper by Top Papers

Canada and Human Rights, 1984-2000
A discussion on Canada's commitment to human rights, 1984-2000.
# 141040 | 2,250 words | 10 sources | MLA | 2008 | US


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The paper posits that this topic is of interest because of its sheer complexity, in that it appears to have many inherent contradictions, whether viewed in its historical context or in its current context. The paper discusses how on the one hand, in some respects Canada's record of commitment to human rights in the years 1984 to 2000 has been stellar; for example, Canada has become one of the very few countries in the world to allow same sex marriage (that is, to allow people of the same sex to marry one another). The paper asserts that this represents a radical step forward in human rights, in that it allows some 10% of Canada's population, who were previously prohibited from marrying the person of their choice, to finally marry the person of their choice.

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"This topic is of interest because of its sheer complexity, in that it appears to have many inherent contradictions, whether viewed in its historical context or in its current context. On the one hand, in some respects Canada's record of commitment to human rights in the years 1984 to 2000 has been stellar. For example, Canada has become one of the very few countries in the world to allow same sex marriage (that is, to allow...)"

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