HUMAN RIGHTS DAY – December 10
Sun Dec 10th

Human Rights Day

The United Nations Human Rights Day, which falls on December 10th, annually aims to celebrate the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR).

The UDHR was drafted by representatives from a variety of cultural backgrounds around the world. It was one of the first major achievements for the United Nations Nation when it was established. The UDHR has a preamble as well as 30 articles that address specific human rights. Universal values for all peoples and nations are included in the entire paper.

Among the rights discussed are:: Some of the rights discussed include::

Right to:

  • equality
  • Life, liberty, and personal safety are all important to life, liberty, and personal safety
  • Until proven guilty, the innocent will be deemed innocent until proven guilty
  • marriage and family
  • own property
  • rest and leisure
  • education

Freedom from:

  • discrimination
  • slavery
  • torture
  • Random detention and exile are both unlawful detention and exile

Freedom to:

  • belief and religion
  • The opinion and details of opinion and research were mixed

All the other rights are protected by another right, freedom from the state or personal interference.

Many of the UDHR's promises have yet to be fulfilled. However, the paper has withstand the test of time. Every human being in the world can be empowered by the document's value. It is also encouraging individuals to stand up for their own human rights by empowering them to advocate for the rights of others.

#humanrightsday is a human rights day that can be tracked by anyone

On Human Rights Day, traditionally, the five-yearly United Nations Prizes in the Field of Human Rights and Nobel Peace Prize are given on Human Rights Day. On this day, high-level political conferences and meetings will meet. In addition, museums host cultural events and exhibitions focusing on human rights issues. Many international and non-governmental organizations active in the human rights field also schedule special events to celebrate the day.

To participate:

  • Consider a time when your civil rights were violated or taken away from you. Think about a time when your human rights were violated or confiscated
  • Discuss with someone or write about the benefits of safeguarding human rights. Discuss with someone or write about the benefits of safeguarding human rights
  • Selma; Dukhtar; I am Slave; and Beasts of No Country are among a series that focuses on human rights
  • Learn about the human rights' history
  • Ask your children or other youth what human rights mean to them
  • Read a copy of The Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Read a copy of The Universal Declaration of Human Rights

To post on social media, use #HumanRightsDay.

History of the human rights day has a long tradition

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted by the United Nations General Assembly on December 10th, 1948. Every human being is entitled to inalienable rights under this groundbreaking document. These human rights are guaranteed regardless of race, color, faith, sex, gender, language, opinion, origin, or another class. The UDHR is the world's most translated document. It has been translated into over 500 languages.