It is unfortunate that in some societies, not everyone has access to basic human rights. Utilitarianism is just one ethical theory and it has its limitations. For example, it can have trouble accounting for values such as justice and individual rights. There are many other ethical theories and frameworks that people use to determine what is right and wrong.

There are several other ethical theories apart from Utilitarianism. Some of them include Deontology, which focuses on the consequences of your actions and believes that when faced with life choices, you should operate according to responsibility and obligations1. Another theory is Virtue Ethics, which states that we can judge a person’s decisions based on his or her character and morality2. There are also Rights-based theories, which say that people make decisions based on the rights that their society agrees to2. Would you like more information on any of these theories?