AES141 Universal Declaration of Human Rights
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Saturday October 9 2021, 10:11 PM
AES141 Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Adapted by the General Assembly of the United Nations in 1948, the Universal Declaration states basic rights and fundamental freedoms to which all human beings are entitled.

We are all born free and equal.

Everyone is entitled to these rights, no matter your race, religion or nationality.

Everyone has the right to life, freedom and safety.

You have the responsibility to respect the rights of others

No one can take away any of your rights.

  • Everyone has the right to an education
  • We are all equal before the law and are entitled to equal protection of the law
  • Everyone has a right to an adequate standard of living for themselves and their family
  • Freedom of Expression: you have the right to free thought and to voice your opinions to others
  • Everyone has the right to belong to a religion
  • You have the right to social security and are entitled to economic, social and cultural help from your government.
  • Everyone has the right to a nationality
  • Workers’ rights: Every adult has the right to a job, a fair wage and to join a trade union.
  • You have the right to own property
  • You have the right to leisure and rest from work
  • Everyone has the right to gather as a peaceful assembly
  • All adults have the right to marriage and to raise a family
  • You can travel wherever you want
  • Your intellectual property as an artist and scientist should be protected
  • You have the right to choose and take part in governing your country, directly or through chosen representatives
  • You have the right to seek asylum in another country if you are being persecuted in your own country
  • You have the right to a fair and public trial
  • No one has the right to wrongly imprison you or force you to leave your country
  • Everyone is innocent until proven guilty
  • You have the right to seek legal help if your rights are violated
  • You have the right to privacy, no one can interfere with your reputation, family, home or correspondence
  • You have the right to recognition everywhere as a person before the law
  • No one has the right to hold you in slavery
  • No one has the right to torture you
  • We are all entitled to social order so we can enjoy these rights