Their civil rights are violated. That is not true, their civil rights are fairly _____ .
They said that, contrary to what your media tells people, in this country human rights are not violated but ______ .
The verbs I have in mind are to satisfy and to secure. Is any of them idiomatic ? Or any other suggestion? I am looking for a verb to mean not violated when we talk about rights such as human rights, employee's rights, etc.
But don't think of 'rights' only in a strictly legal sense. It can more broadly be taken in the sense of 'entitlement'. For example, consider the following sentence:
It is true that the audience has right to be told the truth by the news channel. But I am quite sure that this media has _______ (=not violated) such right on the audience part.