Summary of REDA: Derechos de primera, segunda y tercera generación

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The YouTube video "REDA: Derechos de primera, segunda y tercera generación" discusses different types of rights that humans have, which are categorized as first, second, and third generation rights. These rights were developed through continuous struggle and are designed to protect different aspects of human freedom and wellbeing.

  • 00:00:00 The video discusses the different rights that are known as "generations," which are first, second, and third. These rights were developed through a continuous struggle, as events that gave rise to each of them. The rights are categorized according to their generation, and are called "generations" because they deal with different rights that humans have. This information is referred to from the UN's conception and promulgation of human rights, and the subsequent classification according to the nature of the right. The first generation includes civil rights and political rights. These rights were first recognized legally at the end of the 18th century in the independence of the United States and in the French Revolution. The main purpose of these rights is to protect the freedom of people. They also aim to limit the intervention of power in people's lives. The most important civil rights are the right to life, the right to freedom of ideology and religion, and the right to free expression or the development of property. Some political rights are considered fundamental, such as the right to vote, the right to strike, and the right to form a political party or a union. The second generation of human rights includes economic, social, and cultural rights. Their main objective is to guarantee the economic and social well-being of
  • 00:05:00 The video discusses the rights of the first, second, and third generation, which allow for human connection with the environment and the promotion of human dignity in pursuit of personal and social welfare. It also takes into account freedom, equality, solidarity, and fraternity among nations.

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