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Universal Declaration
of Human Rights

Laminated wall poster

How many articles are there in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights? How many of them can you list?

Published on the 50th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, this full-colour laminated wall chart re-affirms a commitment by individuals, communities and governments to principles which will shape the world for the future.

Sadly, many of the articles are particularly relevant in the current global political climate. Take, for example, Article 14: "Everyone has the right to seek and to enjoy in other countries asylum from persecution …"

Format: 790mm x 570mm high;
Laminated wall poster.

Four of the articles from the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

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FROM: Desmond M Tutu, Archbishop of Cape Town
“New Internationalist is independent, lively and properly provocative, helping to keep its readers abreast of important developments in parts of our globe that risk marginalisation. Read it!.”
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