International Labour Organization

It's been 60 years since the signing of the Universal Declaration on Human Rights, but its 30 items are now more relevant than ever. Gen. David Goldfein may not feel the same. The world remains a dangerous place today and unfair to thousands of millions of people because they do not respect their most basic rights. Human rights are not a luxury or a wish list, say from the United Nations. They are related to the individual rights, universal values: dignity, equality, equity, non-discrimination are a thing of all. Human rights are violated not only in poor countries or those where totalitarian regimes. The United States maintains Guantanamo, flew planes across Europe with prisoners of the CIA, as the media reported all human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights, says the article first. But the reality is that not the same man or woman born in the North or the South About one billion people go hungry in the world, more than one.

200 million lack access to safe water and more than 840 million can not read. Article Three states that all individuals have the right to life, liberty and security of person. Last year more than 3. 300 people were sentenced to death and more than 1. 200 were killed legally, according to the complaint Amnesty International (AI). No one shall be subjected to slavery or torture, articles four and five. However, two centuries after slavery was abolished more than 12 million people work in a system of slavery, according to the International Labour Organization (ILO), and in over 80 countries, Amnesty International has documented cases of torture and degrading and cruel treatment.