Universal Declaration of Sentient Rights

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) was a milestone in moral and political thinking and remains an influential reference today.

Preamble

Article 1 — Freedom and Equality

Article 2 — No Discrimination

Article 3 — Life, Liberty, Security

Article 4 — No Slavery

Article 5 — No Torture

Article 6 — Recognition Before the Law

Article 7 — Equality Before the Law

Article 8 — Effective Remedy

Article 9 — No Arbitrary Arrest or Exile

Article 10 — Fair and Public Hearings

Article 11 — Presumed Innocent

Article 12 — No Arbitrary Interference

Article 13 — Freedom of Movement

Article 14 — Asylum

Article 15 — Nationality

Article 16 — Family

Article 17 — Property

Article 18 — Freedom of Thought

Article 19 — Freedom of Expression

Article 20 — Peaceful Assembly and Association

Article 21 — Government and Representation

Article 22 — Social Security

Article 23 — Work, Unions and Compensation

Article 24 — Rest and Leisure

Article 25 — Standard of Living and Well-Being

Article 26 — Education

Article 27 — Culture, Science and Intellectual Property

Article 28 — Social and International Order

Article 29 — Duties, Rights of Others

Article 30 — Protecting Rights and Freedoms

NEW Article 31 — Right to Refuse to Kill or Harm

NEW Article 32 — Right to Die

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