The Universal Declaration
of Human Rights
was adopted in 1948 by the
UN’s General Assembly.
Eleanor
Roosevelt reads the
Universal Declaration
The
Universal Declaration of
Human Rights (UDHR) is a
declaration adopted by the United
Nations General Assembly on
December 10, 1948 at the Palais de
Chaillot in Paris. The Declaration
has been translated into at least
375 languages and dialects,
making it the most widely
translated document in the world.
The
Declaration arose directly
from the experience of the
Second World War and
represents the first global
expression of rights to which all
human beings are entitled.
It
consists of 30 articles which
have been elaborated in
subsequent international
treaties, regional human rights
instruments, national
constitutions and laws.
The
International Bill of Human
Rights consists of the
Universal Declaration of
Human Rights, the
International Covenant on
Economic, Social and Cultural
Rights, and the International
Covenant on Civil and Political
Rights and its two Optional
Protocols.
HUMAN RIGHTS SET OUT IN THE
DECLARATION
 Article

1
All human beings are born free and
equal in dignity and rights. They
are endowed with reason and
conscience and should act towards
one another in a spirit of
brotherhood.
HUMAN RIGHTS SET OUT IN THE
DECLARATION
 Article

2
Everyone is entitled to all the rights and
freedoms set forth in this Declaration,
without distinction of any kind, such as
race, colour, sex, language, religion,
political or other opinion, national or social
origin, property, birth or other status.
Furthermore, no distinction shall be made
on the basis of the political, jurisdictional
or international status of the country or
territory to which a person belongs, whether
it be independent, trust, non-self-governing
or under any other limitation of
sovereignty.
HUMAN RIGHTS SET OUT IN THE
DECLARATION
 Article
10
HUMAN RIGHTS SET OUT IN THE
DECLARATION
 Article
13
COMMEMORATION: INTERNATIONAL
HUMAN RIGHTS DAY
 The
adoption of the Universal
Declaration is a significant
international commemoration
marked each year on 10 December
and is known as Human Rights Day
or International Human Rights Day.
FILL IN THE WORDS:
 Every
person has the
………to speak freely.
 The list of human rights
includes protection
against…….. punishment.
 It is important to know
that according to
the……………… every
person has the right to
get an education.
cruel
Declaration
right
FILL IN THE WORDS:
Every person should have
the right to decide whom
to……….
 Violence on television
should be………….
 People still practice racism
and …………………against
others.
 The Universal Declaration
of………….Rights is a very
important document.

Human
marry
discriminate
prohibited
ANSWER THE QUESTIONS:
What document should we read to know the
human rights?
 What human rights do you know?
 Do people in all countries live with these
rights?
 Does the list of human rights include protection
against racial, ethnic, sexual and religious
discriminations?
 What should people understand if they want to
prevent war?
 Is it important to be tolerant?
 How can we build peace in the world?

RESOURCES:
http://ilcoperchiodelmare.blog.kataweb.it/2008/12
/10/nessuno-puo-toglierti-i-tuoi-diritti/300pxeleanor_roosevelt_and_human_rights_declaratio
njpg/
 http://www.boes.org/un/rushr-b.html
 http://www.psychceu.com/ethics/human.asp
 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Universal_declaratio
n_of_human_rights
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