Universal Human Rights

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On December 10, 1948, the United Nation General assembled Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights objectives is to secure the interests of people living in different countries. However, the cultural and political environment of a country would shape these rights or simply violate them completely. I strongly believed if these human rights were not implemented to the world, they world would be in complete chaos. The concept of human rights refers to the care of each individual and the rights given to them. Some of the Articles that I will be highlighting on are Articles 3, 19, and 26. These three articles emphasize on how the world has changed and keeps on changing because of these three important articles. …show more content…
Looking back at history when the congress passed the Alien and Sedition Act, which made it impossible to publish any type of content that showed you were against the government you were prosecuted. Case in point another violation in history that is disappointing to the nation itself. Because of this Article, you get to express all of your thoughts and feelings get to be heard, especially if you contribute those thoughts to the world in a positive way. For instance, art is one of the many ways you can voice your own opinion or expressions. It’s like poetry, but visual. Now, looking at the present we as a nation have come a long way from denying the American people from freedom of expression, to craving those kinds of opinions that give us our morning news. Those types of opinions have a great influence in today’s …show more content…
The growth of human rights creates certain elements that define relationships between different nations and their citizens. From tragic historical events that have impacted the lives of Americans, it’s hard to make the world think in a certain way as everybody else, given significant reasons such as religion and culture. Our democracy should always ensure a presence of human rights. The relationship of human rights and democracy lays political and cultural rights. The only way violations of the human rights can stop is to fully examine yourself and change your mind set to see what’s really important. Therefore, we’ll be inches away to a better world for

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