What does human rights mean to you?
The media had asked for an answer from the public that it is better
for the silent majority to speak up and discuss among ourselves for a better future.
1. Why must you know about human rights?
2. At what age must you know about human rights?
3. What are the implications of human rights in the country you live in?
4. Is there any interesting things you must know about human rights in Singapore?
5. What exactly are human rights and why it is so important to being a
lawful citizen of the country you live in?
6. Must we be better educated in order to know and understand these rights?
7. There seems to be an example of an exchange for rights to security and
economic well-being, to afforable health care and education in exchange for
freedom of expression and unqualified freedom of assembly. Is this true now
as there isn't any more affordable health care or economic well-being for the poor.
If you don't work, you have to suffer or die, so to say.
(Please correct me if I am wrong here)