List and briefly describe the 6 types rights identified in the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
The United Nations General Assembly in 1948, came up with the
Universal Declaration of Human Rights which seeked to promote and
state the humanistic rights of each individual on the planet. Some
of these rights are:
1. Right to Equality
Every human that is born cannot be discriminated in any way. They are all born equal and should be treated in a fair manner throughout their life.
2.Freedom From Slavery
No individual can be "bought" or perform any actions considered as slavery. There shall be no master-slave relation and cannot be chained and bound.
3. Right to Marriage and Family
Every individual who has reached full age and is in a consentual relationship is eligible to marry whomsoever they wish and start a family with their better half.
4. Right to Freedom of Opinion and Expression
Individuals have the right to form an opinion and has the freedom to express his opinion in a fair manner.
5.Right to Education
No individual shall be deprived of an opportunity to study and obtain a standard education. They cannot be discriminated in any form.
6.Freedom of Belief and Religion
Individuals have the liberty to follow any religion they choose to be fit or not follow any at all. They have the freedom to believe in their own faith.
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