All human beings are born free and equal.
The right to freedom of expression is rooted in the 17th-century struggle of European legislators for freedom of speech.
We have the right to hold our own opinions and express them freely on others without government interference. This includes the right to express own views, ideas or thoughts. For examples
- Published books, articles, etc.
- Works of art
- Communication on the internet
- Freely participate in meetings and present your own views in meetings.
Although we have the right to express our views and beliefs we have a duty to behave responsibly and to respect other people’s rights.
Prevent the disclosure of organization information.
Protect the policies and ethics of the organization.
Protect the rights and reputations of other people
Don’t disclose the secrets of the organization
Governments restrict speech with varying limitations on speech, some limitations on speech are libel, slander, copyright violation, trade secrets, non-disclosure agreements, etc.
Every people have the freedom to express their views, ideas, etc in respect of organization growth as well as self. Freedom of expression is very important for every organization for growth.
Mrs. Antika Bhargav, India
Faculty of Management