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Parneet 508

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Mrs. Fornataro

on 2 December 2016

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Transcript of Parneet 508

The UDHR is full of articles and tell us about rights that allow us to respect each other. They are given to us when we are born. They are fundamental and inalienable rights.
You are born free and equal in rights to every other human being. You have the ability to think and to tell right from wrong. You should treat others with friendship. To me, Article 1 talks about the rights to equality. It talks about how everyone needs to respect each other equally. We are all born equally and free. We all need to now how to treat others the way we want be treated. For example, we all should say no to racism. There is no difference between any of us. An example of breaking the promise is child labor. Like someone said, “It is better to sit alone, than to sit with bad, and it’s even better to sit with good, than to sit alone.”

Keeping the promise of Article 1 is a really big thing to do. You can’t be punished for doing nothing bad. Most importantly, you can’t kill anyone just because you don’t like them. That is exactly what the Germans did. They killed the Jewish. That war was called World War 2.
Article 1, Right to equality:
No one should be tortured. Even the biggest and famous people can’t do that. It is really important to know what is wrong and what is right. People all over the world are being tortured every minute, every second, and every moment. Many people are being tortured and then being treated as slaves.

For instance, Article 14 of the UDHR talks about the Right to Protection in Another Country. To me, the same goes for Article 5. If someone threatens you, you have the right to go to another country that would be safer than the previous country that you were in before. Innocent victims shouldn’t be tortured. There is a saying that goes like this, “It is not enough to be nice, but it is nice to be a friend.”
Article 5, Freedom from torture and degrading treatment:
All in all, I feel that everyone has the right to speak up for themselves, as long as they are doing the right things. Nobody can harm anyone else. We should all be against violence.
UDHR: Conclusion
UDHR: Introduction
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