Human rights are derived from the dignity and worth inherent in the human person. Human rights and fundamental freedoms have been reiterated in the Universal declaration of Human Rights, 1948. Democracy, development and respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms are inter-dependent and have mutual reinforcement. The human rights for women, including girl child are, therefore, inalienable, integral and an indivisible part of universal human rights. The full development of personality and fundamental freedoms and equal participation by women in political, social, economic and cultural life are concomitants for national development, social and family stability and growth-cultural, social and economical. All forms of discrimination on grounds of gender is violative of fundamental freedoms and human rights. If human rights need to have genuine meaning, they must be correlated to public involvement, and this participation should be preceded by empowerment of the people. A sense of empowerment necessitates a sense of dignity, self-worth and the ability to ask questions with a spirit of legal entitlements and political consciousness based on rights. A process of political empowerment and a sense of rights empower citizens to participate in the public sphere. The splendour of human rights has to be maintained with nobility and glory. There cannot be any wearing down of values, deterioration of quality or any cobwebs in the procedure.
In the pages of the book Author makes the courts speak on every aspect of the Human Rights under a proper subject heading and thus provides useful and faithful guideposts for the weary wayfarer who is always in a bit of hurry travelling on the long and arduous path of legal research. The book is of course a Good Professional Tool. The beauty of this book is that it will be of good use to one and all, whether it is student, novice or a perfect professional.