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Human Rights

These are fundamental rights and freedoms that all human beings are entitled to enjoy. They are diverse and range from civil, cultural, political, social and economic economic rights. The purpose for having these rights is the creating of a  just and peaceful society that promotes development.

 

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Human Rights

Genocide

Civil rights

Social Justice

Equality

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