Sample Thesis Paper
There are currently numerous systems in action that are designed to ensure that there is a presence of basic nutrition for different ailing segments. However, these measures and efforts are far from the degree of involvement that is required and there is a strong need to increase the number of efforts and to bring about a serious change in the manner in which the efforts address the issue of the provision of basic nutrition.
“[A]midst a scarcity of food, due partly to a scarcity of fertile land, an unmalicious decision to grow flowers can cause death – unless there are social guarantees for adequate nutrition” (Shue).
The Constitution of the World Health Organization in 1946, The Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948, The International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights of 1966, The International Code of Marketing of Breast Milk Substitutes of 1981, The Convention of the Rights of the Child of 1989, World Declaration on Nutrition of 1992 and The Rome Declaration on World Food Security of 1996 are in essence only a small part of the measures and agreements that have been made by the international community over the last century to establish a consensus upon the significance and mutual attempts for the provision of basic human rights (Fish). The reason because of which these measures, agreements and organizations are being developed is because of the realization of the fact that human rights are not available on a level on which they should be and the absence of the human right of nutrition is one factor that prevails far more than it is given credit for.