Human Rights Day - 2021-12-10
What is Human Rights Day?
Human Rights Day commemorates the UN's proclamation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which was adopted on December 10, 1948. It is a document that has been translated into nearly every language in the world. On this day, we celebrate a document that has inspired humanity for ages. This document has given every person the right to life, liberty, property, and the pursuit of happiness. It's a reminder of our basic human rights, and a chance to celebrate it in a world where they are so often overlooked. The UDHR was created by people from all different cultures. It's one of the United Nations' first significant achievements. The UDHR is a declaration of human rights that's been adopted by almost every country. It contains a preamble and 30 articles that discuss human rights, and the document discusses universal values for all of humanity.
When is Human Rights Day?
Human Rights Day is observed annually on December 10th!
History of Human Rights Day
On December 10th, 1948, the United Nations proclaimed its Universal Declaration of Human Rights. This milestone document outlined the inalienable rights that every human being is entitled to.
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