Definition: [ˈhjuːmən ˈraɪts] are inherent privileges of every person, regardless of his/her nationality, domicile, sex, ethnicity, color, religion, language or any other characteristics. They are interrelated, interdependent, and indivisible. Universal human rights are often fixed and guaranteed by law in the form of treaties, customary international norms, general principles of legislation and other legal sources. At the World Conference in Vienna, it was noted that the promotion and protection of human rights is the state duty, not dependent on its political, economic, or cultural system.
Human Rights In a Sentence:
Human rights have been and remain a stumbling block for numerous generations of lawyers.
Regardless of the company's income, it must take care of supporting the human rights of the whole team.
Synonyms and related words: civil liberties, natural rights, rights of citizenship