Four Freedoms Of Human Rights

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Although many people have heard the word human rights, some of them still do not know the real meaning of it. To begin with, human rights are rights which all humans have. These rights give a balance in humanity which be without discrimination to them. Therefore, everyone in the world has rights to choose his or her genders, nationalities and religions. Human rights were strongly developed after the end of the Second World War. There are the United Nations (UN) which helps to protect the rights for humans, and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) which specified thirty articles of human rights. Human rights can be categorised in many different ways, but the most important part of them which were restated from the thirty articles by Franklin D. Roosevelt, who was the president of the United States at that time, are four freedoms which consist of freedom of speech, freedom of worship, freedom from want and freedom from fear. These four freedoms indicate that all people have the rights to communicate and express their thoughts without constraints on using information and ideas, to change, follow, believe or not believe in any religious they want, to have basic facilities of living, and to live without fear. Moreover, Franklin D. Roosevelt also emphasised the fact that these four freedoms of human rights applied everywhere in the world to protect individuals. However, not all countries accept these articles since some nations continue to violate citizen’s rights. For
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