Law as an expression of freedom equality and justice in the struggle for human right
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Law as an expression of freedom , equality and justice in the struggle for human right. J. Kriklivets A . Gusak. Plan. 1. The history of struggle for human rights 2. Law is the general measure of freedom, equality and justice 3. Famous defenders of human rights 4. Conclusion.

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Lawasanexpressionoffreedom, equalityandjusticeinthestruggleforhumanright

J. Kriklivets

A. Gusak


Plan

1. The history of struggle for human rights

2. Law is the general measure of freedom, equality and justice

3. Famous defenders of human rights

4. Conclusion


Human rights are inalienable rights of every person


Struggle for human rights began long ago


Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen


Human rights


The law is the general measure of freedom, equality and justice


Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen of 1789 and Universal Declaration of Human rights


Legal equalityis the principle under which all people are subject to the same laws of justice


Freedom and law are inseparably linked to each other


"Justice - is the dignity of man ... Fairly, it is not to cause harm to anybody in anything"


Law and Justice can not exist without each other


Adolfo Perez Esquivel, Lech Walesa ("As a fighter for human rights")


Aung San SuuKyi("As a defender of human rights")


RigobertaMenchu ​​("As a fighter for human rights, particularly indigenous people of America")


Rene Cassin ("to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Declaration of Human Rights")


Martin Luther King ("The activities in favour of the equality of blacks")


Conclusion


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