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Violation of Human Rights

Summary: Human rights and equality often the forefront in spoken words and lacking in active resolutions.
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights

In today's society, there are many who feel that their human rights have been infringed, while the other media deprived believe that the world is a happy and utopian place. In 1948, the world created The Universal Declaration of Human rights in which it tried to accomplish human equality. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights is evidence of the common belief that all individuals are entitled to natural rights in which they should be given at birth. These articles include equality in all aspects: civil liberties, political rights, and most importantly, the right to life and physical safety. It is a basic belief to protect human rights and ensure that people can receive a decent degree of humane treatment. The articles emphasize the idea that all individuals are part of the scale of principles and justice. To violate or deny the most basic...

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