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Human rights legislation is a body of international standards, established by treaty or custom, that people and groups can rely on to expect and/or assert certain rights that their States must uphold and defend. States are required to uphold the commitments outlined in international human rights legislation. States take on obligations and duties under international law to respect, preserve, and uphold human rights when they ratify international treaties. States are required to respect human rights by abstaining from interfering with or restricting the exercise of those rights. States are required under the duty to protect to defend persons and groups from violations of human rights. States are required to act in a way that promotes the enjoyment of fundamental human rights under the commitment to fulfill them. We are pioneers in dealing with these cases.