The Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Author:Nicolae V. Dura
Pages:240-247
SUMMARY

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights of 1948 was preceded by several other Declarations in the first half of the twentieth century, beginning with the Declaration of 1929 and ending with the one of 1947. All these Declarations make express reference only to the "Human rights" and not to those of the "individual" or of the "Citizen", as in the Declaration of the French Revolution, in 1789, or ... (see full summary)


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