What are Human Rights
On 10 December 1948, the General Assembly of the United Nations approved and proclaimed the UDHR Universal Declaration of Human Rights to prevent the horrors of the Second World War from ever happening again.
Following this important resolution, the United Nations Assembly instructed the General Secretary to provide for the widespread awareness of this Declaration and, to this end, for the publication and distribution of the text in as many languages as possible, using every available means.
When people do not know and defend Human Rights, abuses such as discrimination, intolerance, injustice and oppression can increase.
Each and every one of us has the right, and the responsibility, to know, spread and follow each item in this incredibly important document that establishes, for the first time in contemporary history, the universal quality of these rights, aimed at all peoples worldwide and based on a concept of intrinsic human dignity that is inalienable and absolute.
The Universal Declaration has been translated in 508 languages, setting a world record for being the most translated document in the world.