posted a year ago
Human rights are international in nature. This is the reason that distinction is sometimes drawn between human rights in general and constitutional human rights in particular. I must quickly point out that all human rights are international- including constitutional human rights. The term "constitutional human rights" is used loosely to refer specifically to human rights enshrined in the constitution of most countries and in some cases Acts of parliaments enacted to domesticate human rights treaties to which a particular country is a signatory.