In this chapter I will be voicing some doubts. There will be doubts about some of the usually offered foundations or underpinnings for human rights claims. There will be other doubts tied to both the political and the moral conceptions of human rights. Then there will be doubts about the ease with which any type of human rights dominated worldview and programme for future action can co-exist with a worldview that puts democracy front and centre. Some of my doubts will be aimed at matters peripheral to the broader human rights worldview, some at core level strands. Some of the scepticism will be mild, some rather strong.