Defining Rights and Decent Work

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Code of conduct are those laid down norms and values that guide the behavior of members of any profession. In the youth development practice field, our code of conduct should be focused on empowering young people to recognize their basic human rights and to harness their potentials, which really is their ‘Power and Influence’(their energy, creativity , dynamism,) for a more productive life. Ebiho Agun--Shining Star 10:02, 16 February 2011 (UTC)

Shining Star (talk)10:02, 16 February 2011

Hey everyone,

Young people’s rights are human rights and in a nutshell Human rights are those rights that are an individual is born with as well as entitled to and are meant to be protected by the government of the day through a constitution. These rights include right to life, to association, to express oneself free, to good health, clean and safe drinking water, an education, health, shelter, to vote and employment among the few.

Decent work is that work an individual does that does not humiliate or degrade the person in question. It can comprise of favourable conditions like clean and safe environment, respect and the person able to receive a salary for the work done.

Mwaba (talk)19:44, 18 March 2011
 

Hey everyone,

Young people’s rights are human rights and in a nutshell Human rights are those rights that are an individual is born with as well as entitled to and are meant to be protected by the government of the day through a constitution. These rights include right to life, to association, to express oneself free, to good health, clean and safe drinking water, an education, health, shelter, to vote and employment among the few.

Decent work is that work an individual does that does not humiliate or degrade the person in question. It can comprise of favourable conditions like clean and safe environment, respect and the person able to receive a salary for the work done.

Mwaba (talk)20:01, 18 March 2011