What is the most important human right

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Fundamental rights / human rights

In a nutshell
Human rights are the rights that all people around the world should have. This includes the right to live freely and safely. Everyone should be able to express their opinion freely. And everyone is allowed to have the religion they want. There are many other rights. The United Nations wrote down these human rights. In the German constitution, human rights are called "basic rights".

Human rights apply to all people

All people should have certain rights, no matter in which country or state on earth they live. These are human rights. They were written down by the United Nations in 1948. In this way, the states of this world should be encouraged to adhere to it. Many states, including Germany, have enshrined these rights in their constitution as so-called basic rights.

“Everyone has the right to life, liberty and personal security.” - Article 3 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Important human rights
Human rights include, for example, the right to life and freedom and physical integrity. This means that nobody should be tortured. Everyone has the right to speak their minds freely without being punished for it. Everyone should also be sure that they can believe what they want and that they are not disadvantaged because of their religion. The right to vote determines that people are allowed to vote regularly in democratic elections; the right to education means that everyone is allowed to learn, and the right to property ensures that everyone is allowed to own something as their own. These are just some of the human rights.
Human rights need protection

In many countries of the world these human rights are disregarded by the state power. This shows that it is by no means a matter of course that human rights are recognized and that everyone has to be careful that the state also respects these rights.

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