Every human is important and their rights, universal. Today is crucial day for remembering the Universal Declaration Human Rights created to ensure a common standard for “achievements for all people and countries.” The declaration was signed by 48 nations, and although it is not binding it has created a strong foundation for political, social, and cultural changes that have impacted millions.
The basic human rights stated in the declaration have laid down a standard in which the global community realizes the importance of every nation, and every person in the role of investigating human right violations, helping victims and strengthening support. The declaration has made an assertion about the relevance of human rights for all and their emphasis on our daily lives.
Therefore, Human Rights Day is a day to remember the rights you share with everyone in the world; your basic human rights. Across cultures, languages and politics, our basic human rights universally unite us to one another.