Thank you for signing up! You’re about to learn each of your 30 basic human rights through videos, articles and interactive quizzes. With your login you can track your progress through the course, and any time you sign out, you can pick up where you left off when you sign in again.
You will next be reading the individual articles of The Universal Declaration of Human Rights and viewing public service announcements on those articles. Before you begin, check your understanding of the following words:
The word privacy means:
Privacy means: Freedom from secret observation, intrusion or attention of others.
The word freedom means:
Freedom means: The ability to be, to do and to have or to not be, not do and not have what one wants.
The word asylum means:
Asylum means: Protection or safety from danger or harm provided by a safe place to be.