In 1948, the United Nations drafted a document entitled the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which declares all of the basic rights that every person on Earth has in their day to day life. Many people are unaware of this declaration, and it is important for every to become informed about them. The 30 articles in the declaration are summarized as following:
Articles 1-2: establishes the basic concepts of dignity, liberty, equality, and brotherhood
Articles 3-11: establish individual rights (like no slavery and the right to life)
Articles 12-17: establishes the rights of people towards the community
Articles 18-21: established the "constitutional liberties," including spiritual and political views
Articles 22-27: sanctions a person's right to economic, social, and cultural rights
Articles 28-30: establishes how to use the given rights
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