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What are the universal human rights?

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  • Q1
    Human rights are universal and apply to everybody, in every country.
    It depends, countries can take away human rights or grant new ones
    No, every country has its own list of human rights
    Yes, human rights are the same for everybody
  • Q2
    The basis of contemporary international human rights law is the _____________.
    The United Nations Charter
    The Bill of Rights
    The UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights
    The Law of Being Nice
  • Q3
    All these are considered universal human rights except ...
    The right to work
    The right not to be put in prison for no reason
    The right to carry a gun
    Freedom from torture
  • Q4
    In the international system, the main group whose job is to protect human rights is:
    The UN Security Council
    The UN Human Rights Council
    The International Court of Justice
    The UN General Assembly
  • Q5
    What are some of the limits of the idea of human rights?
    There is no police to enforce human rights at the international level
    Ignoring group rights, such as those of indigenous peoples and minorities
    All of the above
    The development of the idea is from Western culture

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