Hi, I am looking for someone to write an article on the success of jurisdiction of international law Paper must be at least 2000 words. Please, no plagiarized work! According to the universal declaration of human rights, all individuals are equal and have the right to freedom. They are not to be prejudiced for their color, nationality or religion. They are entitled to an honest life and deserve an equal amount of justice without any discrimination. No person should be exiled or arrested arbitrary and no one should be subjected to torture or slavery. A person’s privacy and honor should be respected and freedom of thought and religion are granted without question. The universal declaration of human rights is accepted by various states and is considered as an authoritative representative of human rights (Carter, Barry, and Trimble, 1992). All the states are legally bound to respect and follow UDHCR as a customary law ( Forrest and Tushnit, 1999).
International humanitarian law, also known as the law of war is set to protect the civilians from the conflicts of war. It is part of the international law, stated in the agreement between states after the dreadful ending of World War 2. The rules set in humanitarian law are carefully considered by states and they have grown with the growth of the international community (Doswald-Beck, 1993).
The major concern of internal humanitarian law starts after a war initiates, and is set to protect the civilians who aren’t participating in the war. It also implies certain restrictions on the weapons to be used after the war initiates. It also protects those who are no longer taking part in the war such as injured soldiers and war prisoners (Levie, 1979). Also, protection is granted to medical personnel and staff and religious personnel. The law also determines that war prisoners should be provided an ample amount of food and medical care and should be allowed to exchange messages with their family members (Fleck, 1999). .The law also prohibits the kinds of weapons that create harmful effects on the environment.