Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Universal Declaration of Human Rights

During today's web browsing, I found a site with a goal of implementing the Universal Declaration of Human Rights at local, regional, national and international levels.

After going through the list of Human Rights, even if I didn't know the list, it felt right because that list is probably present here in Canada.

Here's the list, in random order, with hope that it will feel right for you too:

1. Born free and equal
2. Don't discriminate
3. Right to live free
4. No slavery
5. No torture
6. Universal rights
7. Equal before the law
8. Protected by law
9. No unfair detainment
10. Right to trial
11. Innocent till proven guilty
12. Right to privacy
13. Freedom to move
14. Right to asylum
15. Right to a nationality
16. Marriage and family
17. Right to ownership
18. Freedom of thought
19. Freedom of expression
20. Right to assembly
21. Right to democracy
22. Social security
23. Workers' rights
24. Right to play
25. Food and shelter for all
26. Right to education
27. Copyright
28. Fair and free world
29. Responsibility
30. No one can take your rights

Some countries doesn't implement those Human Rights, do you think it's okay? Elaborate.

Source: http://www.humanrights.com/

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