"To Deny People Their Human Rights is to Challenge Their Very Humanity" ~Nelson Mandela
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Use the following articles from the Declaration of Human Rights to begin your project.  


Choose (3) of the following articles that you consider most important.  Find an instance from anywhere in the world of these rights being infringed upon.  For example, Article 16 guarantees the right to marry. Do the US bans on gay marriage infringe upon this Human Right?  


In your blog post, explain why you chose those three rights as being most important.  Give examples of countries in which this right has been taken away and the after effects of the infringement.  Choose (3) other blog posts to comment on.




Declaration of Human Rights:

Article 1.All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.

Article 2.Everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth in this Declaration, without distinction of any kind, such as race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status.

Furthermore, no distinction shall be made on the basis of the political, jurisdictional or international status of the country or territory to which a person belongs, whether it be independent, trust, non-self-governing or under any other limitation of sovereignty.

Article 3.Everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of person.

Article 4.No one shall be held in slavery or servitude; slavery and the slave trade shall be prohibited in all their forms.

Article 5.No one shall be subjected to torture or to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment.

Article 6.Everyone has the right to recognition everywhere as a person before the law.

Article 7.All are equal before the law and are entitled without any discrimination to equal protection of the law. All are entitled to equal protection against any discrimination in violation of this Declaration and against any incitement to such discrimination.

Article 8.Everyone has the right to an effective remedy by the competent national tribunals for acts violating the fundamental rights granted him by the constitution or by law.

Article 9.No one shall be subjected to arbitrary arrest, detention or exile.

Article 10.Everyone is entitled in full equality to a fair and public hearing by an independent and impartial tribunal, in the determination of his rights and obligations and of any criminal charge against him.

Article 11.
  1. Everyone charged with a penal offence has the right to be presumed innocent until proved guilty according to law in a public trial at which he has had all the guarantees necessary for his defence.
  2. No one shall be held guilty of any penal offence on account of any act or omission which did not constitute a penal offence, under national or international law, at the time when it was committed. Nor shall a heavier penalty be imposed than the one that was applicable at the time the penal offence was committed.


Article 12.No one shall be subjected to arbitrary interference with his privacy, family, home or correspondence, nor to attacks upon his honour and reputation. Everyone has the right to the protection of the law against such interference or attacks.

Article 13.
  1. Everyone has the right to freedom of movement and residence within the borders of each State.
  2. Everyone has the right to leave any country, including his own, and to return to his country.
Article 14.
  1. Everyone has the right to seek and to enjoy in other countries asylum from persecution.
  2. This right may not be invoked in the case of prosecutions genuinely arising from nonpolitical crimes or from acts contrary to the purposes and principles of the United Nations.
Article 15.
  1. Everyone has the right to a nationality.
  2. No one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his nationality nor denied the right to change his nationality.
Article 16.
  1. Men and women of full age, without any limitation due to race, nationality or religion, have the right to marry and to found a family. They are entitled to equal rights as to marriage, during marriage and at its dissolution.
  2. Marriage shall be entered into only with the free and full consent of the intending spouses.
  3. The family is the natural and fundamental group unit of society and is entitled to protection by society and the State.
Article 17.
  1. Everyone has the right to own property alone as well as in association with others.
  2. No one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his property.
Article 18.Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion; this right includes freedom to change his religion or belief, and freedom, either alone or in community with others and in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship and observance.

Article 19.Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers.

Article 20.
  1. Everyone has the right to freedom of peaceful assembly and association.
  2. No one may be compelled to belong to an association.
Article 21.
  1. Everyone has the right to take part in the government of his country, directly or through freely chosen representatives.
  2. Everyone has the right to equal access to public service in his country.
  3. The will of the people shall be the basis of the authority of government; this will shall be expressed in periodic and genuine elections which shall be by universal and equal suffrage and shall be held by secret vote or by equivalent free voting procedures.
Article 22.Everyone, as a member of society, has the right to social security and is entitled to realization, through national effort and international co-operation and in accordance with the organization and resources of each State, of the economic, social and cultural rights indispensable for his dignity and the free development of his personality.

Article 23.
  1. Everyone has the right to work, to free choice of employment, to just and favourable conditions of work and to protection against unemployment.
  2. Everyone, without any discrimination, has the right to equal pay for equal work.
  3. Everyone who works has the right to just and favourable remuneration ensuring for himself and his family an existence worthy of human dignity, and supplemented, if necessary, by other means of social protection.
  4. Everyone has the right to form and to join trade unions for the protection of his interests.
Article 24.Everyone has the right to rest and leisure, including reasonable limitation of working hours and periodic holidays with pay.

Article 25.
  1. Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services, and the right to security in the event of unemployment, sickness, disability, widowhood, old age or other lack of livelihood in circumstances beyond his control.
  2. Motherhood and childhood are entitled to special care and assistance. All children, whether born in or out of wedlock, shall enjoy the same social protection.
Article 26.
  1. Everyone has the right to education. Education shall be free, at least in the elementary and fundamental stages. Elementary education shall be compulsory. Technical and professional education shall be made generally available and higher education shall be equally accessible to all on the basis of merit.
  2. Education shall be directed to the full development of the human personality and to the strengthening of respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms. It shall promote understanding, tolerance and friendship among all nations, racial or religious groups, and shall further the activities of the United Nations for the maintenance of peace.
  3. Parents have a prior right to choose the kind of education that shall be given to their children.
Article 27.
  1. Everyone has the right freely to participate in the cultural life of the community, to enjoy the arts and to share in scientific advancement and its benefits.
  2. Everyone has the right to the protection of the moral and material interests resulting from any scientific, literary or artistic production of which he is the author.
Article 28.Everyone is entitled to a social and international order in which the rights and freedoms set forth in this Declaration can be fully realized.

Article 29.
  1. Everyone has duties to the community in which alone the free and full development of his personality is possible.
  2. In the exercise of his rights and freedoms, everyone shall be subject only to such limitations as are determined by law solely for the purpose of securing due recognition and respect for the rights and freedoms of others and of meeting the just requirements of morality, public order and the general welfare in a democratic society.
  3. These rights and freedoms may in no case be exercised contrary to the purposes and principles of the United Nations.
Article 30.Nothing in this Declaration may be interpreted as implying for any State, group or person any right to engage in any activity or to perform any act aimed at the destruction of any of the rights and freedoms set forth herein.




 


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Maddalena:)
04/15/2013 5:38am

Oooook! I do all now :)

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Maddalena:)
04/15/2013 6:21am

Well, I think that all the articles are very important for our world but I chose:
- n°2, because I think that there are no differences between race, skin colour, nationality and religion, we are all a human being and
though we can be ''different'' for the colour of hair, for the language, for the clothes.. WE ARE FIRST OF ALL PEOPLE.
-n°4 & 5, because people aren't objects and must not be treated and considered like these. Specially if these people are children. I think these articles are fundamental.
I found some information about countries that infringe these rights..
About article 4:
- In Uganda, the Lord’s Resistance Army guerrillas have kidnapped 20,000 children over the past twenty years and forced them into service as soldiers or sexual slaves for the army.
-In Guinea-Bissau, children as young as five are trafficked out of the country to work in cotton fields in southern Senegal or as beggars in the capital city.
-In Asia, Japan is the major destination country for trafficked women, especially women coming from the Philippines and Thailand. UNICEF estimates 60,000 child prostitutes in the Philippines.
-The US State Department estimates 600,000 to 820,000 MEN, WOMEN and CHILDREN are trafficked across international borders each year, half of whom are minors, including record numbers of women and girls fleeing from Iraq.
About the article number 5:
-In Darfur, violence, atrocities and abduction are rampant and outside aid all but cut off. Women in particular are the victims of unrestrained assault, with more than 200 rapes in the vicinity of a displaced persons camp in one five-week period, with no effort by authorities to punish the perpetrators.
-In the Democratic Republic of the Congo, acts of torture and ill treatment are routinely committed by government security services and armed groups, including sustained beatings, stabbings and rapes of those in custody. Detainees are held incommunicado, sometimes in secret detention sites. In 2007, the Republican Guard (presidential guard) and Special Services police division in Kinshasa arbitrarily detained and tortured numerous individuals labeled as critics of the government.
I hope my work is good, if there are mistakes, tell me :)
xoxo :*

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Samantha Kirby
04/15/2013 10:05am

Those are some really important articles. It is crazy to know that in Darfur today any women are still raped and that it goes without being punished! It was also interesting to learn that in Uganda 20,000 children have been kidnapped by the resistance army! Also, I did not see any mistakes in your blog post. :)

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Cara
04/15/2013 10:09am

I couldn't believe children as young as 5 are trafficked out to work in cotton fields. good job. :)

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Jaleah
04/15/2013 10:11am

Good Job Maddalena you really captured the big idea our these articles

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Joe M.
04/15/2013 10:14am

great research Maddalena! I don't think that you made any mistakes and that you found very interesting facts! :)

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Sagarika
04/15/2013 10:14am

Very nice and detailed information. Good Job :)

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04/15/2013 10:15am

Article 5: this means that even if someone does something horrible to you, you can't keep them against their will and cause them pain. EX. In 2009 documents released by president Obama's administration revealed that president Bush allowed the torture of two Al-Qaeda suspects.

Article 10: No one can be put in jail or charged without a fair trial, by jury. EX. In the movie American violet she was wrongly accused because of her skin color. Because she got her fair trial she got her fair trial, and she got off.

Article 11: You are innocent until there is evidence that proves you are guilty. EX. In Law and Order a man was let go because they had no evidence to keep him in jail. The next week someone shot him while he was trying to murder them. They couldn't hold the women because it was self defense.

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Joe M.
04/15/2013 10:19am

good research and examples! :)

Mrs.. Ruder
04/15/2013 12:00pm

Nice job Nichelle. I like how you summarized your articles in your own words.

Domminae<3
04/16/2013 9:37am

good job

Reesh
04/16/2013 10:17am

Great Job , It Isn't Fair How We Can't Defend Our Self If Someone Hurt Us

Mrs. Hartman
04/15/2013 12:00pm

Great job Maddalena! It is scary to be a woman in many countries! I agree with you about children as objects- but apparently, it is also very important to protect women too!

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Jackie
04/16/2013 10:00am

Very interesting Article Maddalena! Good Job!

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Reesh
04/16/2013 10:11am

Really Interesting, I Was Just Learning About The LRA !

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Justin
04/18/2013 10:11am

I was amazed when i read about the People in uganda how over 20,000 people where kidnapped. i could not imagine coming home finding my family gone knowing that they were all kidnapped and i was next.

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justin
04/18/2013 10:17am

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Samantha Kirby
04/15/2013 10:02am

Article 5 is important to me because I think that no one should have to endure cruel punishment for. They shouldn't be tortured for nothing or for believing in what they want. In Brazil they have violated this right along with many other countries. In 2002, 27 prisoners were killed in a revolt. They were stabbed, hung, shot, and tossed off the roof to their death. Other inmates who were part of this revolt were the ones killing the prisoners.

http://news.softpedia.com/news/Top-6-The-Most-Severe-Human-Right-Violations-Around-the-World-63112.shtml

Article 6 is the right to choose whoever you want to marry no matter the gender, race, or religion. Everybody is entitled to equal rights of marriage. The United States are violating this right because it is illegal to marry someone of the same gender. It shouldn't matter what your gender is, if you love someone you should be able to marry them!

http://www.amnestyusa.org/our-work/issues/lgbt-rights/marriage-equality

Article 26 gives us the right to an education. Elementary school will be free for the children to go and be educated. Parents will be allowed to choose what their child is being taught . Having this Education will promote understanding and friendships between all the nations! Afghanistan is violating this right because they do not allow women to have an education. If there is an all girl school is shut down because they are banned in that country. Whoever was running the school can and will be punished!

http://www.apostatesofislam.com/apostates/abulk/articles/Islams_violation_of_HR.htm#v12

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Sagarika
04/15/2013 10:17am

Good Information with articles.

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Mrs. Hartman
04/15/2013 11:31am

I often hear students (and teachers!) complaining about school. Imagine if you weren't allowed to go to school! Would that make it more desirable- the fact that you couldn't do it?

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Domminae<3
04/16/2013 9:38am

Good Job!

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Teddy
04/16/2013 10:09am

good job a lot of good information.

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Cara
04/15/2013 10:02am

Article 16: Article 16 is saying that anyone of any race, religion, nationality or gender can marry. There is no limitation to who can marry who as long as they are of age.
- An instance of infringement is, there are only 9 states (U.S) that do not infringe the rights of article 16. Only 9 states allow you to marry who you please as long as they are of age. The rest of the states say you cannot marry any one of the same-sex.

Article 19: Article 19 says that you have the freedom of expression and opinion.
- After the "Occupy Wall Street" fiasco went down in NYC, the House of Rep. and Senate made protesting a felony. protesting is a source of expression and opinion on certain matters. Taking away protesting rights is going against Article 19 in the Human Rights.

Article 4: Article 4 states that "No one should be held in slavery."
- Many countries go against this Human Right such as China. China has many sweatshops that force people including young children to to work for cheap labor. Company's hold as many as 10 people in one room to live in. These rooms are jam-packed and have very poor ventilation. This is a(n) infringement to Article 4 because this is almost just like what the U.S used to be like during our serious slavery times.

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Sagarika
04/15/2013 10:16am

Good research

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Joe M.
04/15/2013 10:16am

I agree with you, especially with article 16, because it really shouldn't matter who you want to marry, as long as the two people are in love

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Mrs. Hartman
04/15/2013 11:34am

Hi Cara-

Can you provide the source you used for Article 19? As far as I know, protesting has not been made a felony in the US. Did they try to make it a felony? Were sanctions created to allow prosecution of unlawful protests? I'd check that source again.

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Cara
04/16/2013 9:32am

http://www.athenstalks.com/goodnight-america-its-now-felony-protest

Domminae
04/16/2013 9:36am

This is very good Cara

Mainwaseh
04/18/2013 10:14am

i agree with article 16, it really shouldn't matter who or what a person wants to marry. Why should someone else care if you are getting married to the same sex or not, its their happiness not yours

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justin
04/18/2013 10:16am

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Domminae<3
04/15/2013 10:05am

Article 16:2
Summary ---> 2.Marriage shall be entered into only with the free and full consent of the intending spouses.
My Summary---> I feel as if this article can be unclear because in many other countries they arrange marriages which mean most of them are not desirable so it would infringe on this right.
Article 26:3
Summary ---> 3.Parents have a prior right to choose the kind of education that shall be given to their children.
My Summary---> I feel strongly about this right because I feel as that all children should not be exposed to any religion till the age of 16 then they can choose for there selfs and explore other religions till they find a religion they approve of.
Article 13:2
My Summary---> Everyone has the right to leave any country, including his own, and to return to his or her country.
My Summary---> This human right considers everyone as just a kind hearted person but there should be some limitations on this human right because some people can come and comit many or several crimes in a different country then return back to there country.

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Samantha Kirby
04/15/2013 10:09am

Your opinion on article 26 is interesting and I actually agree with it! I also see you point with article 13, so yes there probably should be some type of limitation!

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Jaleah
04/15/2013 10:13am

Domminae where are you (instance of infringement)

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Mrs. Hartman
04/15/2013 11:38am

Right, Domminae, where are your instances of infringement? Nice job on describing the importance, but we need to show where this right is still not being exercised everywhere in the world.

bEN VOZA
04/15/2013 10:18am

There should be no limITATIONS ON ARTICLE 13

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Mrs. Hartman
04/15/2013 11:39am

Hi Ben- what kind of limitations do you mean? I'd be interested in hearing your thoughts.

Ben Voza
04/16/2013 10:13am

If you make limitations to Article 13 it will violate many other human rites many people wanted limitations on this article after 911 they thought all muslims and people of middle eastern descent as terrorist which is not true. aren't these people protected and have human rites like me or you.

Teddy
04/15/2013 10:06am

Article 5: No one shall be subjected to cruel,inhuman,or degrading treatment or punisment.

People get tortured alot in this world. Like back when 9/11 occured the U.S army tortured the imates,who were accused of being involved in 9/11. This was in The U.S! just 11 years ago!

Article 1:Everyone is free and equal.

Not everyone is free and equal. There is slavery all around the world.At one time whites were pretty much known as the all mighty compared to the other races.

Article 25:Everyone has the right to medical care, and a well being.

There is thousands upon thousands of homeless people all around the world. They have no clothes, food or medical care. So how are they a well being?

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Samantha Kirby
04/15/2013 10:12am

It is crazy how many people are homeless in the world with out medical care, yet there is a right that say everyone is allowed to have it! Also article 1 is big because there are a lot of people around the world who are being tortured and it just is not right.

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Mrs. Hartman
04/15/2013 11:41am

Hi Teddy- you have some more work to do here! You have an example only for the first one. Can you find something for the other two articles?

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Brianna "Cutie" Carter
04/16/2013 9:50am

I think you did a good job ,

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Teddy pt. 2
04/16/2013 10:05am

Article 1 continued:Not everyone is free.There is still slavery even too today! There is also this slavery type of thing called human trafficking. In Eastern Europe and Central Asia. Were people get captured and traded off for different things. If everyone is free and equal why is their still slaves all around us?

Article 25 continue: Some people don't have health insurance, so how if they get hurt hurt or sick they can't go to the doctors. Sure there is obamacare, but you still have to pay for it. Its not like the homeless can get it. It is 8% lower then regular healthcare but still the homeless can't get any. They have no food,clothes,or a roof over their head.

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Ben Voza
04/15/2013 10:08am

Article 16
Marriage can not be limited do to race, nationality or religion.
Instance of infringement. Gay marriage is eligal in almost all states in America.

Article 13
Everyone has the right to freedom of movement.
Instance of infringement. North curea don't let there citizens leave,Cubans are not permitted to travel to another county without a formal invitation.
Article 19
Freedom of speech
China,North curea,Russia,irak, iran and surba

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Jaleah
04/15/2013 10:16am

Ben I dont see your instance of infringement . . . did you see or find any counter argument about your articles. . .

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04/15/2013 11:57am

Hi Ben,

Nice job, but please make sure you add more details to your instance of infringement. Also make sure you have a solid example for your last article.

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Ben Voza Part 2
04/16/2013 9:44am

Article 19
Freedom of speech
many countrys like Russia,China, North Curea, Irak,Iran and surba do not follow Article 19.

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04/15/2013 10:09am



My three articles :
1. Article 13:
summary:
Having the freedom to move how you feel / where you want.
Instance of infringement:
Travel restrictions for america- Americans arn't allowed to travel to these countries with out a granted permit.
-Cuba
-Iran
-Iraq
-Libya
-North Korea
-Sudan
2. Article 11:
Summary:
If He/She were to commite a crime He/She are innocent untill proven guilty.
Instance of infringement:
The daily californian / opinion
Guilty until proven innocent / the devil's advocate
by Jason Willick

Article 3:
Summary: Everyone should have the right to LIVE FREE

Instance of infringement:
Modern-day slavery: A necessary beat- with different challenges
hieman report, winter 2010
By: E. Benjamin Skinner

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Mrs. Hartman
04/15/2013 11:47am

Hi Jaleah- You did a great job with the first one, but can you elaborate on the 2nd and 3rd? It's awesome that you listed the sources, but could you also explain them?

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Teddy
04/16/2013 10:08am

Good job i agree!

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04/15/2013 10:17am

Article 1

Summary- All human beings are born free and equal.

This article talks about people being born free. In the 1800s, slavery was a big issue. African Americans were enslaved. They were not free and were not qual. Many years later, slavery was abolished. Today, slavery still goes on. People today are still not free.


Article 2
Summary- Everyone is entitled to choose their religion.

This article talks about everyone is entitled to their religious beliefs. In many countries around the world, people are forced to believe in one religion only. In China and North Korea, people are persecuted or thrown in jail for believing in a different religion.

Article 5

Summary- No one shall be subjected to torture or to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment.

This article talks about people shall not be tortured by anyone. This happend in slavery time. Even today, people are still being enslaved and tortured. Many countries, such as China and North Korea, are subjected to violent punishment.

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Mrs. Hartman
04/15/2013 11:48am

Hi Kelvin- nice job finding the historical issues, but can you give us an updated list? I bet you can find instances of rights infringement from the past few years.

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04/16/2013 10:12am

Article 5

Today, people are still being subjected to torture. In foreign countries, people are tortured with electromagnetic shocks, and burned with heated metal. These forms of torture are absolutely unfair, and just not right at all. Most of the time, the person who is being tortured has not done anything wrong.

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04/15/2013 10:17am

Article 1:
Summary: All human beings have the right to live their lives freely without the rule of a dictatorship.
Instance of Infringement: Many immigrants that try to get into a better country, that does not have the rule of a dictatorship, are usually deported. And if they do get in and stay in the country, they entered illegally.
Article 3:
Summary: Everyone has the right to live their lives to its fullest, and have the protection of the law with them.
Instance of Infringement: In Cuba, people have limited hours to go out to the store, use a computer ad television, and they all have to be home by a curfew indicted by the government.
Article 9:
Summary: In any place, you cannot be arrested for walking on the street, or going to buy something at the store.
Inference of Infringement: Raul Castro's Government says that if anyone tries to sneak out of the country, they will be incarcerated (out in jail) and put to death.

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Mrs. Hartman
04/15/2013 11:51am

Good job, Manny. Interesting viewpoint on the first article. So your view is that if one country has a dictator, another country is bound to give them asylum? What are your thoughts on removing the dictator in the person's own country? How can that be done with respect for human life and rights?

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Jackie
04/16/2013 9:58am

Nice Research Manny.

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Ben Voza
04/16/2013 10:00am

People should be able to go to other countys and buy things at stores with out restrictions.

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Teddy
04/16/2013 10:07am

Good job! Manny

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Maddalena:)
04/16/2013 6:18am

I love your job! :)

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04/16/2013 8:11am

Well,I think that the most important articles are:
n°1- because all people born in the same way,so why can you judge them different? They aren't different from the others because we're "HUMAN BEINGS" and not "ANIMALS" or "OBJECTS"
n°2- another bad thing that a person can say to you is tell you that you're different because you have a different skin colour or other reasons that make you feel inferior to the other people.
n°4- the freedom is the right that all people must have.It's one of the rights that shouldn't be taken for granted,because there are people in the world who can't enjoy it.
N°5- In my opinion harm,torture and humiliate a person are unthinkable things because nobody can humiliate you unless you let them.
In many countries of the world,some of these rights aren't completely respected, we often believe that we have the power to decide about the people's lives, and we don't care of what they think or they feel,and we deprive them of their freedom, their justice, equality and especially of their hope.
As Martin Luther King said :
"MY FREEDOM ENDS WHERE IT BEGINS YOURS"
"WE HAVE LEARNED TO FLY LIKE BIRDS, SWIM LIKE FISH,BUT WE HAVEN'T LEARNED THE ART OF LIVING LIKE BROTHERS"
"IT'S ALWAYS THE RIGHT TIME TO DO THE RIGHT THING"
If there are some mistakes,please tell me!
:) ; )

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Brianna "Cutie" Carter
04/16/2013 9:48am

I think you did a good job , and i agree people aren't animals

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Joe M.
04/16/2013 9:57am

good job Amina :)

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Elena M :)
04/16/2013 8:25am

The articles that I consider most important are:
- n°4 and 5 because in different parts in the world people treat other people, in particular children, as a slaves or as objects.
- n° 2 because a lot of people are discriminate for their race, skin colour, sex, different language, religion and opinions.

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Justin
04/18/2013 10:05am

I agree with you Elena i think that this subject needs to be taken cared of because children the same as us are being forced to work with no pay and no education.

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Courtney
04/16/2013 9:37am

Article 5; No one shall be subjected to torture or to cruel, inhuman or degarding treatment punishment.
I chose this because no one should be treated badly or tortured or punished for no reason. For instance the Abu Ghraib, human right violations in the form of physical, psychological, and sexual, abuse, including torture, reports of rape, sodomy, and homicide of prisoners.

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Courtney
04/16/2013 9:38am

tortured prisoners for no reason, just to get information out of the prisoners.

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Sagarika
04/16/2013 9:39am

Every human right is very important to us. Some of the human rights that are more important than other human rights are Article 1, which states everybody is born equal and free and everyone must be treated equal. There are many social inequalities today in various countries. Some inequalities are gender inequality which mainly exists in Africa, South Asia and mainly in Pakistan. Caste Inequality which is primarily in India, and some in Nepal, Japan, Korea Pakistan. Another inequality is age inequality which has a big existence in United States.
Another important human right is Article 13 which states everyone can leave or residence in their own or another country, in other words the right of mobility. Most countries do not allow mobility. A big example is North Korea, where immigration and emigration are forbidden.
Article 16 is very important which gives right to marry by couples consent. Some cultures forbid marriages in another culture, commonly called intercaste or interfaith marriages.

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Miguel
04/16/2013 9:41am

Article 4 : Noone should be held in slavery
There are still slaves in Africa doing part of the slave trade. In west and Central Africa.
Article 2 : No distinction of race, color, sex, language, religion and political.
Gay men are still being brutally murdered in Iraq.
Article 16 : Men and women can marry whoever they want.
Most countries does not allow gay marriages.

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Brianna "cutie" Carter
04/16/2013 9:44am

Good job miguel. I picked the second article too.

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Brianna "Cutie" Carter
04/16/2013 9:42am

Article 3 - Everyone has the right to leave any country, including his own and return to his country.
In North Korea you cant leave the country.

Article 2 - Everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth in this declaration without distinction f any kind.
People all over the world try to discriminate people because of there skin color. For example in Michigan at a hospital a father asked for no african american nurses.

Article 5 - No one shall be subjected to torture or to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment.
In Indonesia , they punish people for things they do. And they are very cruel.

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Mrs. Hartman
04/18/2013 8:14am

Did you know that in NJ, if you work for the government (teacher, DMV, city worker, etc) you have to live in state to keep your job? What do you think about that?

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Courtney
04/16/2013 9:44am

Article 16; Men and women of full age, without any limitation due to race, nationally or religion, have the rights to marry and to found a family.
I chose this because i believe that people should be able to marry who ever they want and be able to make their own family. I think that you should be able to marry anyone that makes you happy. For instance, gay marriages. The state is trying to decide if they should legalize gay marriage. Some people don't believe that it's right for people to marry the opposite sex. But yet there are so many opposite sex relationships. Not every state agrees that gay marriage should be legalize, some states still trying to decide.

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Ben Voza
04/16/2013 9:54am

Good job Courtney I also picked Article 16

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Justin
04/16/2013 9:45am

Article #15.
Everyone should be able to express their feelings about a state, also no one should be talked about or criticized because of their views toward a nation/ state. One instance could be in that the people in Rohingya they are not allowed to express their nationality. this meaning they are not allowed to participate in elections and legal benefits.

Article #3
Meaning that everyone has the right to live their own life,liberty and able to express their own security. in this instance in plaes like Vietnam they force the people that are prostitutes and drug addicts in to rehab camps that are overpopulated.

Article #4
No one should be a slave of servitude or in any other form
In Maritania one of the last countries to put away slavery. Activist are arrested for fighting against the practice of slavery. still in 2007 one one slave owner was prosecuted

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Courtney
04/16/2013 9:49am

Article 24; Everyone has the right to rest and leisure, including reasonable limitation of working hours and periodic holidays with pay.
I chose this because i do believe that people should have some days off work and enjoy a stress free day or something. I think that its good to be able to have a day off and spend time with family and friends and your kids. For instance, some jobs try to shorten down the amount of working days for their employees. Or some jobs don't have the same amount of vacation days as another.

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Jackie:)
04/16/2013 9:54am

My Articles:
~Article 4: No one can be enslaved.
In Niger and Sudan(Africa) still have slavery today, along with other countries.
~Article 5: No one shall be torment.
America's hired Death Squads and Torture teams still operating in Iraq.
~Article 9: No one shall be exile.
An american citizen named Raymond Earl Knaeble IV.He served in the US Military. He converted in Islam in 2010. After he got married in Colombia, he wasn't allowed to board on the plane back to America because the FBI excluded him from America.

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Joe M.
04/16/2013 9:55am

Article 4:
this article provides protection to everyone from being enslaved by someone else. However, Mauritania, a nation in northern Africa, still uses slavery. They have slaves of all ages and slaves weren't even allow to own their own last names!

Article 5:
What the article says is that, basically you cannot put anyone through torture/ cruel and inhuman punishment. There were and still are a decent amount of countries that still use torture. For example, the Philippines still torture people with many different methods; from water torture, to suffocation with plastic bags, to assaults where the torturer would punch the detainee with bullets between the fingers or they would electrocute the detainees or beat them with the butt of a gun.

Article 19:
This article ensures that no matter what, everyone was entitled to their own opinion and could express it any way they wanted to. Some Communist countries, on the other hand, want to silence all other opinions so that everyone will follow the leaders without question. Some countries block social media sites like Facebook so that the citizens can't voice their opinion.

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Mrs. Hartman
04/18/2013 8:22am

Wow! How could someone keep you from having a last name? That's crazy. It's hard to believe that such atrocities are still happening in our world!

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Sagarika
04/18/2013 10:10am

I think human protection is the biggest right which you stated, very good job.

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Adrian
04/16/2013 10:01am

Article 10: Everyone is entitled in a full equality to a fair and public hearing. Every person has to remain silent and are innocent until prove guilty. Instance of infringement: Europeans countries aren't enforcing this human right but are looking for ways to improve it.

Article 4: Nobody should be held in slavery. Slave trade shall be abolished and every form. No one should still practice the use of slavery in any type of from. Instance of infringement: Still in the 21st century slavery us still being used in Mauritania, Africa. they have tried three times to abolish it in 2007 but all three attempts have failed. About a half a million Mauritanians are enslaved. They are not allowed allowed to own property and don't have legal custody of their children.

Article 19: Everyone has the right to speak freely about what ever they want. Everyone has the right to have their own opinion about anything. Instance of infringement: in Australia there is no freedom of speech. But there is a freedom of expression there. it is illegal to say a false statement that could mess up someones reputation.

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Luisa :D
04/16/2013 10:10am

Article 2:
Everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth in this declaration, without distinctions of any kind, such as race, color, sex, language , religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status.

-Instance of infringement:
In Wilcox County Georgia High School students still have segregated proms.

Article 13:
Everyone has the freedom of movement.

- Instance of Infringement:
In North Korea people doesn't have the right to movement. They can't get out of their country.

Article 25:
Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health. Including food, clothing, housing and medical care.

-Instance of Infringement:
In almost all the countries not everyone can apply for a medical care, a lot of people don't have a house, clothes or food.

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Mainwaseh
04/18/2013 10:17am

I agree with article 13, when i did a research i came up with the same thing, its not right. Its like their holding people hostage in North Korea

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Reesh
04/16/2013 10:18am

Article 4 : Slavery Began In 1776. It Still Goes On Today In Society. About 2.7 Million People Are Enslaved Till This Day. For Example, Joesph Kony He Takes Children And Turn Them Into Soldiers. Also, Taking The Young Girls And Putting Them In A Sex Trade. One Of The Human Rights Is No One Should Be Held In Slavery.

Article 5 : Cruelty Is Extreme Violence, Physically And Mentally. The Culture Of Cruelty Is Important For How You Think About Politics And Entertainment And Our Image On Politics In This Current Moment. Within Politics It Is A Hidden And Twisted Cruelty, Which Means The Power Of Life And Death Are Increasing Very Fast.


Article 1 : Everyone Is Required Equal Rights. It Shouldn't Matter What Gender, Race Or Religion, Everyone Is Equal. Over The Recent Years It Seem Like Things Change, Everyone Doesn't Think Gay Marriage Is Okay. I Honestly Think Love Is Love , & No One Should Get In The Way

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Gaia
04/16/2013 10:25am

As Maddalena wrote, all the articles are fundamental, but I think the most important are:
- n°2, because all people must be treated equally and it isn't important their race, their colour of the skin, their sex, their language...
- n°3 and 5, because we are all born free and nobody can torture, harm or humiliate us.
I think these articles aren't always respected, both in rich countries and poor countries. A lot of people are discriminated because they have a different religion, colour of the skin, nationality ...
And a lot of people are treated like slaves and humiliated and tortured: women are often beaten by their partners;
the police sometimes torture people; in some countries, children are sold to other people by their families like slaves...
and these are only few examples...

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Brianna "Cutie" Carter
04/18/2013 10:02am

I agree nobody should be humiliated and tortured because we where all born equally. We should all be treated equally !

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Manny C.
04/18/2013 10:16am

I agree with you Gaia, we are all humans. No one can take our rights away because they don't like us. A person being tortured is a cruel thing. I also believe that we must be treated as we treat others.

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Luisa
04/25/2013 5:48am

I agree! Everybody should be treated equally because we all have the same rights. Like right now we are reading first they killed my father and it's a book about genocide where they torture people.

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Riccardo
04/16/2013 11:32am

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Riccardo
04/16/2013 12:36pm

Sorry I had a little problem:). I found five articles of The Universal Decleration of Human Rights wich I think they are the most importants:
n2, it's very important in the world because declares that we are all equal before the law without distinctions of race,religion,colour of skin , culture, sex, language and political party. Unfortunatley today in some country this beautiful article, very important for all of us, isn't observed and the people who are considered "different" for some stupid reason are persecuted. I think that today lots of people are persecuted in some country above all for their political party, wichis in contrast with dictatorship. For example China and Russia are two countries where this article isn't rispected and the people who fight dictatorship are arrested and sometimes killed. Last month I read an article in a newspapaer which say that In Russia three womans were arrested because they expressed their political opinion and their ideas!!!
n4: I think this is an other very important article because explain that you have a right to live your life freely without any types of impediment wich could not realize this right. I think that all the countries in the world, wich joined to the Universal Decleration of Human Rights, should fight and eliminate all types of slavery in their Country and invite their citizens to respect this document. I reckon that in Afghanistan, Kazakistan and Arabia this article isn't respected because in this country there are lots of wives who are subject to their husbands and if they try to rebel, probably they are killed. This thing can happen in all countries where there's a religion wich permit it.
article14: Well, I've chose this article because I think that it's very important can find help in an other country when you are persecuted in your country. I hope that the countries which are the most developed welcome people who have lots of problems and difficults in their country and help them to do a new life there and find a new job.
article18: I think it's also very important this article because allows everyone to be free and live your life freely . With this article you can express your opinion without fear and practice the religion which you want. Unfortunatley I think this article is the least respected and the most transgressed above all by Eastern European Countries and sometimes South America, where there's lots of delinquency. I remember that three or four years ago lots of teenagers, who lived in Libia, wrote lots of informations on the Internet and answered help, because where they lived there was a dictator who has never respected this right. His name was "Gheddafi".
article24: In my opinion the article 24 is important because also the rest is a right wich should be respected by all the countries. Every citizen doesn't have to work a lot of hours. In the countries where there's the exploitation of children and the children have to work all the day, this right aren't respected and unfortunatley also in Italy there's a exploitation of children for 3%...

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Mrs. Hartman
04/18/2013 8:28am

I agree about the political parties, Riccardo. In the United States, we have two parties, the Republicans and the Democrats. In the past several years, tensions have run so high between them! I very much dislike the fact that there is so much animosity between the political parties. Does Italy have difficulties between political parties?

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Samantha Kirby
04/18/2013 10:11am

That is crazy that in Russia three women were killed for expressing their thoughts! It's sad to see that countries like Russia or China still arrest or even kill there people for expressing their political view. I also did not know that Italy still had children who work!

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Manuela
04/16/2013 12:50pm

I think that the most important articles are :
article 2 : Freedom from discrimination
article 3 : right to life,liberty and personal security
article 4: freedom from slavery
I want to talk about the situation for a lot of people in the past like africans people,In the past from the 16th century slave traders took african men, women and children from their country to work on the large plantations of the southern states of america. The slaves also worked until they died . They were not free and it was terrible for them. In 1865 slavery was abolished in all parts of the USA. by the 20th century black americans were no longer slaves, but they were not equal to American citienz. They could not vote; they could not sit on the same buses or in the same restaurants as white people or go to the same schools.This changed with Martin Luther King who was a Baptist minister from Alabama and he become the leader of one of the largest protest movements of the 20th century. in 1963 he gave one of the most famous speeches that called" I have a dream" because he used this sentence many times in his speech. King spoke about his dream for equality between black and white people In America. He spoke: "I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the colour of their skin, but by the content of their character ! "
Martin luther king ,assasinated in 1968 was one of the most important people in American history.
In the past also in an other country black people and white people were separeted as in America. In South Africa in fact there was apartheid that was abolished in 1994 by Nelson Mandela the first black africain president of south Africa who helped black people to protest about the situation.

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Brianna "Cutie" Carter
04/18/2013 10:12am

I think yo did a good job and i agree with what your saying. People shouldn't be treated like slaves because we are all equal no matter how we act , our different cultures, or the way we look. We are all the same and no one should rule over another human.

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Sagarika
04/18/2013 10:13am

I like how al of your articles include freedom which is very important

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Samantha Kirby
04/18/2013 10:17am

Article's 2, 3, and 4 are important! You are also exactly right about how here in the USA african americans were not free and were used as slaves! The Northern and Southern part of the USA went to war because of the view of slavery. The Northern states wanted to free the slaves and the Southern states wanted to keep slaves!

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Courtney
04/18/2013 10:18am

I like the freedom from slavery one. Because in black. I think that slavery should of never existed. Why do we have to slaved around and judged just because we are a different color than other. Skin tone shoudnt mean anything. WE should be treated the same because we are the same. Just a different color. WE all get our feelings hurt. Just because we different color doesnt mean that we want to do things that other dont want to do. Or other things wont hurt us just because we a different. WE all the same just a different color.

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Silvia
04/16/2013 1:42pm


well, I read the articles and I agree with Maddalena and Gaia. I think that the most important is:
ARTICLE 2: all the people can be respect!!! what are race, colour of the skin, sex or religion? I think that this are all important things, because they characterize a person! If all the people have got the same characteristics everything is bored and equal. But in the world there are bilions of people and in my opinion it's great being different and discover every day different traditions! and everything has to be respected! We saw two examples about this article, "THE SWEPT FROM THE SEA" and "LISPETH" , everybody hates Yankoo because he is Russian , but only when people discover that Yankoo has only problems with the Language and that he knows lots of things and he wants learn , somebody help him , the doctor for example! Amy falls in love with Yankoo and thanks the love she can discover how the world it's special over the village where she lives. She has discovered and she has learned to live, she has learned to be more strong with the bad comments of the people.
I think that this is a behaviour that all the people have to learn, to be more intellingent and know that every person has got great qualites and only with the qualites and the characteristics of other people we can grow!! unfortunatelly in all countries there's this problem (sometimes in Italy too) in particular in the schools:(
and the teenagers like us have to help the society to change!

In our class we have done a nice work, we have decoreted all the class with this important human rights, and I really like talk about this ones!

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Mrs. Hartman
04/18/2013 8:25am

I agree, Silvia! Diversity is a wonderful thing. Each culture contributes much to our life and society. Good work!

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Sagarika
04/18/2013 10:05am

I strongly agree on article 2 that everyone should be treated respectfully, and they should not be judged on the race, color, religion, culture etc.

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Courtney
04/18/2013 10:11am

I agree with article two. i agree that people shouldn't be judged, no one should be judged for who they are. Everybody is the same in their own way. Everybody has feelings and has emotions. And when you judge others you get the same elicit reaction. The sadness the anger. You shouldn't judge others because you think your better than some one else. Because to every person they think good of them selves. So you shouldn't put others down.

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Manuela
04/16/2013 2:16pm

I think that the most important articles are :
article 2 : Freedom from discrimination
article 3 : right to life,liberty and personal security
article 4: freedom from slavery
I want to talk about the situation for a lot of people in the past like africans people,In the past from the 16th century slave traders took african men, women and children from their country to work on the large plantations of the southern states of america. The slaves also worked until they died . They were not free and it was terrible for them. In 1865 slavery was abolished in all parts of the USA. by the 20th century black americans were no longer slaves, but they were not equal to American citienz. They could not vote; they could not sit on the same buses or in the same restaurants as white people or go to the same schools.This changed with Martin Luther King who was a Baptist minister from Alabama and he become the leader of one of the largest protest movements of the 20th century. in 1963 he gave one of the most famous speeches that called" I have a dream" because he used this sentence many times in his speech. King spoke about his dream for equality between black and white people In America. He spoke: "I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the colour of their skin, but by the content of their character ! "
Martin luther king ,assasinated in 1968 was one of the most important people in American history.
In the past also in an other country black people and white people were separeted as in America. In South Africa in fact there was apartheid that was abolished in 1994 by Nelson Mandela the first black africain president of south Africa who helped black people to protest about the situation.
For this reason I choose these articles. I think that it is very important that the slavery was abolished because now the black people are free ,in fact they have the same rights as white people, they can go to the same places and they don't work until they died! THEY AREN'T DIFFERENT AS US! THEY HAVE A PERSONALITY AND A HEART! THEY AREN'T ANIMALS OR OBJECTS! THEY ARE PEOPLE !

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Manuela
04/16/2013 2:20pm

Sorry I wanted to write no AS US but FROM US

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Cara
04/18/2013 10:11am

I agree with you the things slaves went through was such a terrible thing to put someone through and that fact that we couldn't get past it and be equals even with MLK and other powerful people trying to fix things makes it so much worse. ...Good Job with this.

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Martina M.
04/16/2013 2:38pm

In my opinion, all the articles are important because a world without rights can't be a true world. But I chose three articles from the list:
number 2= it's the first thing very important. The people musn't discrimined the other people. We come from an only world, and the things or the love that we need, are the same in Italy, in Germany, in Africa and all over the world!! And so nobody is different, nobody is strange... but a lot of people think this... for example, they hate black-skinned people or people who practise another religion; they must change this opinion:'((
number 4= there are some forms of slavery in the world again, and a person can't become a slave because he/she hasn't got money,he/she is poor, and so they are sell from the family. A person isn't a true person if he/she is someone's slave... this is a very unfair thing.
number 5= there are a lot of crimes in the world again, people who kill people or torture them. This right is very important because the people musn't be tortured or punished. I reckon that all the people can learn from these articles and maybe more people will respect the others. :):)

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Courtney
04/18/2013 10:06am

I agree that other people shouldn't discriminate other people to because everybody is the same just in different skin tone and different ascent and different hair color and different body structure. On the inside everybody is the same, everybody wants to be happy and live life with no worries and stress. Every one is beautiful in there own way, beauty has no skin tone. I don't think that others should be judged because it isn't fair. it hurts feelings.

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Luisa
04/25/2013 6:15am

I agree because everybody should have freedom! People should't treat other people like objects, because we all humans and we all have the same rights and we all equal.

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Giulia
04/17/2013 11:13am

You are doing a very good job :)
well, it's my turn now
I think that all these articles are very very important but I choose 3 of them that In my opinion are more important
Aerticle 2.Everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth in this Declaration, without distinction of any kind, such as race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status.
I chose this article because I think that there are no differences between race, skin colour, nationality, religion, family background ecc.. We are all equal, no matter the ‘’differences’’ because every person is special and unique. I know that it isn’t respected because people judge other people who are different from them, because they have different ideas, culture, way of living and they don’t accept that.. but it isn’t a good reason,at all!!
Article 6.Everyone has the right to recognition everywhere as a person before the law.
I chose this article because I think that every person is important. I pay attention to the words ‘’to recognition everywhere as a person ‘’. Some people are treated like objects, like things only because they are emigrated from their country looking for a better life. I think that the article 2 is a summary of all the discriminations that a people can get and for this reason the article six is connected to it.
Article 7.All are equal before the law and are entitled without any discrimination to equal protection of the law. All are entitled to equal protction against any discrimination in violation of this Declaration and against any incitement to such discrimination.
I chose this article because it is similar to the other 2 ,but in the article seven is specified that if someone is discriminated, the law can protect this person. I think that it’s important to protect a person who is maltreated and the law can do something to punish mistreatment.

We studied that children and women are sometimes treated like objects.. Maddalena said that young people begin to work only because they are discriminated and IT’S TRUE.. it’s a sad reality..

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Mrs. Hartman
04/18/2013 8:24am

I like your conviction, Giulia! I notice that all of your choices are similar- they all lead back to the basic premise that all people are free and equal. Good work!

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Brianna "Cutie" Carter
04/18/2013 10:06am

I think you did a good job , and i agree that people should be treated the same. Because no one is more important than another person.

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Luisa
04/25/2013 6:08am

I agree! Because everybody has freedom and everybody should be treated equally doesn't matter the skin color, nationality or religion. We all have the same rights and all countries should respect the rights that we all humans have.

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Miss Orlando
04/17/2013 12:39pm

Great job, kids! Your comments and opinions make me really think we are working together towards a better future. Never forget what you are learning through this epal project!

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Kya Knight
04/18/2013 10:17am

I feel the 3 most important articles are 2, 4, and 18. Article 2 talks about the freedom to every right in this declaration. Meaning everyone is equal. So u can't discriminant whether that would be towards someone trying to get employment or buy something. Article 4 talks about slavery. No man in my opinion should be enslaved. Every human is equal. Just because I'm black and your white does not mean your smarter or better then me. For example look at the white bums on the street. Would you say that they are better than me? Finally, I was drawn toward is article 18. It talks about freedom of religion, and I think that is the most important thing. You should have the will to want to serve who you want to serve, whether it's right or wrong.

A lot of countries are violating article 4 as we speak. For example Central Aisa are enslaving women and children for sex. Article 18 is being violated in all communist countries. You have to do serve who they think is best, and think the way they think. Bhutan violates article 2 politically. There is only allowed one vote per household, which usually means that the women can't vote for themselves.
People all over the world are fighting for their rights back. Someone are successful, some aren't. The fight for rights can be dangerous and can up roar civil wars. But to the people being mistreated, it's worth it

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Cecilia Guarnieri
05/02/2013 11:06am

I'm so sorry, i know that I'm a bit late for this project but I had some problems with my computer.
I read all your comments and I think that is a really good job! ;)
I agree with Silvia and with all the people who said that all the human rights are important, but I choose these three articles:
-Article 5: this article say that nobody has the right to torture, harm or humiliate you.
A form of torture permitted by law in some countries are the judicial corporal punishment. According to research by Amnesty International, corporal punishment are covered by 31 countries.
I think that article is very important because the rispect for the other people is one of the most important thing in the world, nobody have the permission of humiliate another person or torture you.
For me All the human rights are based on this principle: you are unique and no one can take away your LIFE!
I read a book about the respect and torture, and I understand how important are these two things.
-article 15: this article is about the right to a nationality and the freedom to change it.
We are citizens of the world and so we are free to change our nationality if we wish.

-article 30: freedom from interference in these human rights,
no person, group or government anywhere in the world should do anything to destroy these rights.
For me this is the most important article because whit this article we know that these rights can't be destroy!
I know that lots of countries don't respect these rights and it's so sad, maybe if everyone respect this declaration in the world there would
be less wars.
Cecilia

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