Recently there have been a number of users asking questions such as "How can a citizen's responsibilities protect others against xenophobia?" or "Which law protects citizens against xenophobia?"
The reason why is as a result of the following question posed to certain University students:
"In international law, the civil right movement from 1950 to 1970 guarantees migrants a number of basic rights such as the right to life, the right not to be subjected to torture or cruel, degrading treatment or punishment, the right to liberty and security of an individual was also granted. The freedom to choose residence for those lawfully within the territory of a state and the right of protection from arbitrary or unlawful interference with their right to privacy."
Unfortunately you won't find the answer on our website, this is primarily because we are NOT a homework website.
As a University student, you are supposed to perform your own research in order to answer questions posed to you in class, not ask an attorney for the answer! Good luck in your studies!