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30 Universal Declarations Of Human Rights

THE UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS INNATE FREEDOM BAN ON RIGHT TO LIFE AND EQUALITY DISCRIMINATION RIGHT TO RECOGNITION BAN ON SLAVERY BAN ON TORTURE AS A PERSON BEFORE THE LAW BAN ON ARBITRARY EQUALITY BEFORE THE LAW RIGHT TO EFFECTIVE JUDICIARY DETENTION RIGHT TO THE RIGHT TO PUBLIC PRESUMPTION OF RIGHT TO PRIVACY HEARING INNOCENCE RIGHT TO FREEDOM OF MOVEMENT RIGHT TO A RIGHT TO ASYLUM NATIONALITY RIGHT TO MARRIAGE RIGHT TO OWN RIGHT TO FREEDOM OF AND FAMILY PROPERTY THOUGHT AND RELIGION RIGHT TO FREEDOM OF ASSEMBLY AND ASSOCIATION RIGHT TO FREEDOM RIGHT TO TAKE OF OPINION AND EXPRESSION PART IN GOVERNMENT RIGHT TO SOCIAL RIGHT TO WORK RIGHT TO REST SECURITY RIGHT TO AN ADEQUATE STANDARD OF LIVING RIGHT TO PARTICIPATE RIGHT TO EDUCATION IN CULTURAL LIFE

30 Universal Declarations Of Human Rights

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The Statement arose undeviatingly from the experience of the Subsequent World War II and embodies the global expression of entitlements to that all human beings are inherently entitled.

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