Human Rights Day celebrates the adoption of the universal declaration of the Charter of Human Rights by the united nations on December 10th, 1948. The UDHR lists the 30 rights of all people as the basis of freedom, justice, and peace in the world. It recognizes human rights and freedoms as given at birth, ensures equality and guarantees protection from violence, ill-treatment, and penalties that affect human dignity.
We are born free and equal. We have the right to live free from discrimination. We have the right to life. To live free from slavery, to live free from torcher. We have rights no matter where we go. We are all equal before the law.
Our human rights are protected by the law. We have the right to live free from unfair detainment. We have the right to trial. We are always innocent until proven guilty. We have the right to privacy, to move, to seek a safe place, to nationality, to marriage and family and to have our own things.
We have right to freedom of thought, to freedom of expression to public assembly and to democracy. We have the right to security, to work, to play, to food and shelter, to education and to copyright.
We have the right to free and fair world. And no one can take our rights away.
Happy Universal Human Rights Day!