In 1948 the United Nations signed the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which set out the 30 'inalienable' rights that all humans on Earth should get at birth.
But where did this come from? How effectively does it actually work?
And what comes next for human rights?
- The Universal Declaration of Human Rights
- The 'first' human rights
- Human rights vs. Natural rights
- The French Revolution & United States Declaration of Independence
- Slavery & human rights
- Human rights & the law
- Ignoring human rights
- The countries that didn't vote for human rights
- Human rights as a western invention
- Environmental human rights
- The future of human rights
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