The Universal Declaration Of Human Rights
After the World War 2, the United Nations took a moral stance against human rights violations and adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights—a declaration of 30 rights that belong to all of us. It became the accepted world standard to protect our life, freedom, security and other things that we are entitled to that can be denied by various individuals or organizations. In this graphic, the Universal Declaration for Human Rights is beautifully presented in words and illustration. See also the Fallen of World War 2.