Dec of Human Rights

Dec of Human Rights - Brandon Hopen Mike Rub Human Rights Declaration Article 1 All human beings are entitled to a free and equal status with

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Brandon Hopen Mike Rub Human Rights Declaration Article 1 All human beings are entitled to a free and equal status with regard to rights in order to pursue and maintain life, liberty, security and property. It is therefore prohibited to discriminate certain human beings of any kind of distinction (social, political, sex, religion, race etc.) under the influence or dominance of others. Article 2 Human suffering as a result of dehumanizing and degrading methods, to exploit human beings such as torture and slavery are forbidden. Article 3 Humans have the right to practice their religious as long as it does not conflict with someone else’s religion or hinders their entitlements in article 1; this includes leisure time to observe holidays. Article 4 Everyone has a right to nationality and permitted all their countries’ benefits. Article 5 Everyone is entitled to a justice system that is systematic and lacks arbitrary decision-making with regards to arrests. Trials are to be handled by an unbiased, impartial and independent jury to
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This note was uploaded on 12/24/2011 for the course ECON 1011 taught by Professor Bob during the Spring '11 term at Bob Jones University.

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Dec of Human Rights - Brandon Hopen Mike Rub Human Rights Declaration Article 1 All human beings are entitled to a free and equal status with

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