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Human Rights

Guide to resources for research in Human Rights issues.

The UN's Universal Declaration of Human Rights

The United Nations' Universal Declaration of Human Rights (adopted by the UN General Assembly on 10 December 1948) defends every human being's inherent worth and dignity; freedom from torture, slavery, and arbitrary arrest; access to fair legal treatment, hearings, and representation in a court of law; a decent, humane, and healthy standard of living; the freedom of movement and assembly; the right to work, and more.

Websites for Human Rights Research

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