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Human Rights Themes

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This chapter contains list of Human Rights terms often found in international human rights instruments together with clear, authentic, objective and easily understandable definitions of them. Human rights are so fundamental and so important for everyone that all human rights documents should be understood by anyone, old or young, educated or uneducated, expert or non-expert.

Keywords: colonialism; corruption; culture; democracy; Human Rights; humanity



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