universal human rights

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  • universal human rights
    • a human right is a fundamental right that someone is entitled  to have , to be or to do.
    • there are 30 articles of the universal declaration of human rights
      • 5 examples are 1. we are all born free and equal 2. not to discriminate 3.  the right to life 4. no slavery 5. no torture
    • the European connection on human rights
      • this was established in 1953
      • it was set up to protect the human rights ,promote the rule of law and promote democracy
      • 5 examples are 1. obligation to respect human rights 2. right to live 3. right to libaty and security 4. right to a fair trial 5. no punishment without law
    • the untied nations connection to the rights of child
      • it started in 1990
      • there are 194 countries involved it has 8 for supporting protecting children
      • the rules are 1. the right of life 2. the right their own name and identity 3. the right to be protected from abuse or exploration 4. the right to education 5. the right ot have privacy protected 6. the right to be raised by or have an relationship with their parents 7. the right to express their opinions 8. the right to play and enjoy culture and art in safty.


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