1948 Universal Declaration

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Thus, the General Assembly recommends to every individual and every organ of the society to do something with respect to the human rights laid down in the declaration. The preamble of the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights declares the Universal Declaration of Human Rights as a common standard of success for all peoples and nations, so that every individual and every organ of society, to strive to teach and educate to promote respect for these rights and freedoms and progressive national and international measures to ensure their universal and effective recognition and respect, both among the peoples of the Member States and among the population of territories and its jurisdiction. The preamble clearly states that the common standard…show more content…
Right to a standard of living adequate for the health of himself and of his family (Article 25). 5. Right to education (Article. 26 etc. The Declaration has laid down under Article 29 certain limitations to flies to these rights and freedoms. It contemplates that everyone has duties community in which alone the final and full development of his/her personality is possible. Para 2 of Article 29 has provided that the rights shall be provided to the individuals subject to just requirements of morality, public order and the general welfare in a democratic society. Thus, the rights contemplated in the Universal Declaration on Human Rights, 1948 are not absolute. Legal effect of the declaration This Universal Declaration of Human Rights was not intended to be legally binding and, therefore, imposed on States no legal obligation to give effect to its provisions. The nature of the provisions envisaged in the said proclamation is only recommendable and not binding for the States. However, it contains an authoritative interpretation of the provisions of the chapter. The United Nations General Assembly proclaimed the Universal Declaration of Human Rights as a common standard of achievement for all peoples and nations and urged all Member States and all peoples to promote and ensure recognition and the effective respect of the rights and freedom established therein. The main objective of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was to present the ideas of human rights and freedoms…show more content…
(iii) Guarantee that any person whose rights and freedoms have been violated will have an effective remedy, without prejudice to the fact that the violation was committed by persons acting in an official capacity; (iv) Ensure that the right of the applicant is determined by the competent judicial, administrative or legislative authority or by any other competent authority provided for by the State legal system, and develop the possibilities for judicial
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