Our Human Rights

The Universal Declaraion of Human Rights was proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly on December 10, 1948. This landmark document was drafted by a group of committed humanitarians from all over the world, led by women. It stated for the first time the rights and freedoms that belong equally to every human being on the planet and which must not be taken away. 

It is the world's most translated document, available in more than 500 languages. It provides the basic outline for a just and decent future for all humanity, and gives all of us everywhere a powerful tool to preserve human dignity and overcome oppression.

The 30 Human Rights- abridged . . .

Here's the complete
Human Rights Document

in a pdf book 

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