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Human Rights Three generations of human rights All contained in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights Foundation for international law Palais de Chaillot
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Human rights First, individual civil and political rights Individuals have right to life, liberty, and security No one shall be subjected to torture No one shall be subjected to arbitrary arrest, detention, or exit.
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Second generation Social and economic rights Everyone has right free choice of work Free to join unions Right to rest and leisure Right to free education, full development of the human personality
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Third generation Collective rights Everyone has the right to share in scientific advancement and its benefits The right to protection of intellectual property, including scientific innovation The right to natural resources and a healthy environment
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2 contrasting views of HR Universalism v. relativism Universalism views human rights as the
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