Human Rights

A summary

• All persons are born free and equal, because they have reason and conscience.
• Everyone has a right to life, liberty, and security of their person.
• Everyone should be protected from any kind of discrimination.
• Everyone has a right to have a nationality and change one's nationality.
• Everyone has a right to an education.
• Everyone has a right to get a job.
• Everyone has a right to vote and take part in the government of one's own country.
• Everyone has a right to take part in cultural life—to choose a way of life.
• No person may be tortured, or treated in a cruel or unkind way.
• Everyone has the right to seek and gain asylum from persecution.
• Everyone has a right to have ideas or opinions, to decide what is right and what is wrong, and to choose a religion.
• Everyone has a right to speak or write freely and right to join a peaceful group to express one's opinion.
• Everyone has a right to security if suffering unemployment, disease, disability, old age or loss of a partner.
• Everyone has duties to the community where one's personality can be developed freely.
• No one can abuse the rights to destroy the freedom or rights in this Declaration.
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By Jonah Semenoff