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人権, じんけん

  • jinken


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • human rights
  • civil liberties

Examples of 人権,じんけん in a Sentence

A scholar made an excellent speech about human rights.
However, in China, they don't use a word for "human rights," but instead express it as "fundamental rights".
We should respect the basic human rights of others much more their lives.
No one can deprive of your human rights.
The assembly consisted of people concerned about human rights.
The Government seems intent upon silencing an organization which has done so much to raise awareness of the human rights situation in Sudan.
Now musicians include issues such as human rights and environmental pollution.

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