The recognition of equal rights for all human beings is a basis for freedom, justice, and peace in the world. For this reason, the United Nations agreed on the General Declaration of Human Rights on December 10, 1948.
All member states of the United Nations committed themselves to comply with these rights and fundamental freedoms – and many states even refer to the universal human rights in their constitution, as an obligation to protect them.
The Society for Threatened Peoples advocates for human rights all over the world as well, aligning its work to the UN resolution.
But what is the actual meaning of the 30 articles of the General Declaration of Human Rights? We have drawn up a visualization for you: Simply click through the articles to learn more about your human rights.
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