29 Aug 2011 Freedom from Discrimination: A not-so-universal Human Right
A “human right” is generally understood to be a claim or entitlement that every human being posesses against his fellow man. The right to life, for example, should not apply differently to people on the basis of their age, race, sex, or marital status.
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