Our Purpose and Values

In summary, the rights addressed in the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights are:

1) Right to equality 16) Right to marriage and family
2) Freedom from discrimination 17) Right to own property
3) Right to life, liberty, personal security 18) Freedom of belief and religion
4) Freedom from slavery 19) Freedom of opinion and information
5) Freedom from torture and degrading treatment 20) Right of peaceful assembly and association
6) Right to recognition as a person before the law 21) Right to participate in government and free elections
7) Right to equality before the law 22) Right to social security
8) Right to remedy by competent tribunal 23) Right to desirable work and to join trade unions
9) Freedom from arbitrary arrest, exile 24) Right to rest and leisure
10) Right to a fair public hearing 25) Right to adequate living standards
11) Right to be considered innocent until proven guilty 26) Right to education
12) Freedom from interference with privacy, family, home, and correspondence 27) Right to participate in cultural life and community
13) Right to free movement in and out of any country 28) Right to social order assuring human rights
14) Right to asylum in other countries from persecution 29) Community duties essential to free and full development
15) Right to a nationality and freedom to change it 30) Freedom from state and personal interference in the above rights
Click here to get the full text of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights