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This article depicts an organized chart of Future World nations and several real world nations (for comparison) of global human rights records.

Asia & Oceania

Human rights in: Freedom of Speech Freedom of Press Freedom of Religion LGBT Rights Women's Rights Gun Ownership Freedom of Protest/Assembly Freedom of Information & Net Neutrality Democracy/Free Elections Right to Privacy Justice
Flag of the People's Republic of China China No - Heavily censored or restricted by laws interpreted as protecting the state from subversion. No - The press is often used to broadcast state propaganda. Press reports against the Communist regime can result in arrest and imprisonment. Partial - While freedom of religion is nationally established, Communist party members are required to be Atheist. Partial - Homosexuality legal since 1997. LGBT marriage is not legal nor recognized. Anti-discrimination laws non-existent except in Hong Kong. Gay culture is banned from media. Partial - Women are often discriminated against in education, employment and healthcare. While maintaining equal rights in marriage, women are often exposes to human trafficking and 50 million Chinese women are reported missing. No - Only hunters and government officials may possess firearms. No - Protest is often denied or violently suppressed. No - China maintains the world's most complex internet censorship system, called Golden Sheild, which censors extraordinary amounts of data and information and is used to spread propaganda to Chinese citizens. No - China is a single party Communist regime dominated by corruption and heavily restrictions on opposition. Political opponents are often imprisoned. No - China heavily monitors internet messaging, public forums and seizes mail. No - China's government admits its judicial system is heavily flawed and often corrupt. Various dissidents against the Communist regime are imprisoned without trial or charges.
22x20px East Asian Federation Yes Yes Yes Partial - see LGBT rights in the East Asian Federation Yes No - Firearms controls are extremely strict. Licenses are only issued for shotguns and rifles, primarily for hunting. Yes Partial - No net neutrality provisions; ISPs are free to manage bandwidth issues. Yes Yes Yes

Europe

Human rights in: Freedom of Speech Freedom of Press Freedom of Religion LGBT Rights Women's Rights Gun Ownership Freedom of Protest/Assembly Freedom of Information & Net Neutrality Democracy/Free Elections Right to Privacy Justice
Flag of Russia Russian Federation Partial - Citizens are often murdered for speaking their opinions No - A massive majority of Russia freedom of press is suppressed. Journalists are frequently murdered by the government. Yes Partial - LGBT sex is legal. Homosexuals may serve in the military since 2003. No recognition of nor legal gay marriage. Anti-discrimination law non-existent. LGBT open expression is banned in several oblasts. Yes - Women still face discrimination and violence in the work place. Yes - Strict gun laws require five years of safe use of owned shotguns or rubber bullet firing revolvers before a citizen may purchase a rifle or carbine (assault weapon). Partial - Political protest is often cracked down on with violence. No - Russia has no legal protections or established rights to freedom of information or internet access. Partial - Elections are often suspicious. Reports of voting fraud and intimidation of opposition candidates is often reported. Yes No - Russian judicial rights are heavily oppressed. Jails are in terrible condition. Trials are often corrupted.

The Americas (North & South)

Human rights in: Freedom of Speech Freedom of Religion LGBT Rights Women's Rights Gun Ownership Freedom of Protest/Assembly Freedom of Information & Net Neutrality Democracy/Free Elections Right to Privacy Justice
Flag of the United States United States Yes Yes Partial - Federal law protects from hate crimes. Homosexuals may serve in military since 2011. Some states legalize marriage and discrimination protections. Federal code protects transgender from employment discrimination. Partial - Male-Female employment/pay equality is unequal. Some states ban abortion. Yes - Some states maintain state level regulations. Partial - Often political related protests are broken up by law enforcement, unlawfully. Violent force is used against peaceful protesters in many cases. Partial - United States is notable for attempts at covering up publicly leaked data. Yes Partial - Recent history of warrant-less searches and seizures and illegal wiretapping. Yes - Legislation since 2002 has violated Constitutional rights to several rights in criminal cases, often in regards to terrorism.

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