What was the fundamental reason that the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was drafted?
Fairness for all people irrespective of race or gender
Fairness before, during and after conflict
Experiences from World War 2
What are human rights?
Rights only the richest are entitled to.
Rights that all people have simply because they are human.
A responsibility that people have as humans.
Rights that only children have.
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights is a historic document that was adopted by the United Nations on...
What is universality?
The rights that individuals have and cannot be taken away or transferred
No one is denied the protection of the human rights based on some external factors
Values shared in all the regions of the world
Which word means that human rights cannot be taken away?
Human Rights are 'indivisible and interdependent'. This means that:
They belong to everyone.
They cannot be taken away from us.
Governments cannot decide which human rights we have.
They come as a package deal and each human right interconnects with other human rights
Which one of these words means that rights are not earned?
The Human Rights are indivisible.
Some rights have different value.
Some rights are more important than others.
All rights are independent of one another.
All rights are of equal importance.
Negative rights refer to...
freedom from interference
a guarantee to a service
rights given by our legal system
Positive rights refer to...
something provided by the state
the freedom from interference
rights conferred by god
The right to education
The right to healthcare
Freedom from slavery
Freedom of religion