Universal Declaration Of Human Rights
The seven paragraphs of the preamble, setting out the explanations for the Declaration, characterize the steps leading up to the temple. The first column (articles 3-eleven) constitutes rights of the person, such as the proper to life and the prohibition of slavery. The second column (articles 12-17) constitutes the rights of the individual in civil and political society. The third column (articles 18-21) is anxious with spiritual, public and political freedoms such as freedom of faith and freedom of affiliation. The fourth column (articles 22-27) sets out social, financial and cultural rights. Finally, the final three articles present the pediment which binds the construction together, as they emphasise the mutual duties of each particular person to at least one one other and to society.
Each State should thus develop a concrete and effective policy, in consultation with individuals from all sections of society, together … Read More