Here’s how and when Human Rights Day was established to ensure the basic human rights of every human

10 December 2021: Today is Human Rights Day it was established to commemorate the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) made in 1948. Human Rights Day was established to commemorate the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) made in 1948.

Human Rights Day was established to ensure the basic human rights of every human

This document was created by leading countries around the world to say loudly and clearly that no matter where we live, what we believe, or how we love, we are each individually things deserve human needs.

UDHR declares inalienable rights for every human being, except race, sex, color, language, religious belief, political (or other) opinion, national origin, property ownership, birth, or any other status. It is the most translated document in the world, made available in more than 500 languages.

Since that auspicious day, the UDHR is the first major step in ensuring that the rights of every human being are protected across the globe. From the most basic human needs like food, shelter, and water to access to free and uncensored information, these items are the goals and ambitions set for that day.

Every year, Human Rights Day marks events, gatherings, and conventions around the world that are dedicated to ensuring these ideals. And to ensure that the basic human rights of every human being are prioritized in the global theater.

Add a Comment

Your email address will not be published.