The Universal Declaration of Human Rights Article 1 states that all human beings are born free and equal. They have equal rights and integrity.
Article 2 mentions that all humans have rights and freedoms that they are entitled to irrespective of creed, color, racial origin, etc.
Article 3 is related to the right to life, liberty, and security.
Article 4 delegitimizes slavery in all forms.
The International Declaration of Human Rights 1948 article 5 asserts that no human shall be subjected to degradation.
Article 6 states that everyone shall be recognized as a person by the law.
Article 7 mentions that everyone is equal before the law.
Article 8 forges that every person has the right to effective judicial remedies.
Article 9 recognizes that no person shall be subjected to arbitrary detention.
Article 10 maintains that every human is entitled to an unbiased tribunal's fair and accessible public hearing.
Article 11 iterates that everyone charged with offenses shall be presumed innocent until proven guilty by a court of law.
Article 12 identifies the right to privacy.
Article 13 legitimizes the right to free movement.
Article 14 maintains that every person has the right to seek asylum in another country.
Article 15 is related to the right to a nationality.
The Article 16 Universal Declaration of Human Rights asserts that men and women of legal age can marry anyone of their choice, and caste, class, race, etc., should not be a barrier. It also reiterates the family as the organic and fundamental group entitled to protection by society and the state.
Article 17 talks about the universal right to own property.
As per Article 18 of the document, everyone is entitled to freedom of thought, religion, and conscience.
Article 19 is associated with the freedom of expression.
Article 20 is related to the right to assemble peacefully and be a part of any organization.
Article 21 is related to the right to take part in public office and participate in selecting government representatives through direct or indirect processes.
Article 22 of the document enshrines the right to social security.
Article 23 recognizes the right to work and freedom of choice of employment.
Article 24 is the right that all people deserve leisure and rest.
Article 25 recognizes the right to an adequate standard of living.
Article 26 is the right to education.
Article 27 related to the right to participate freely in cultural life and enjoy arts and scientific advancements.
Article 28 of the document talks about the universal entitlement to the international socio-political order.
Article 29 states that everyone is entitled to their full personal development.
Lastly, Article 30 states that no one should manipulate their universal rights to destroy the rights of another.