First Preamble

Recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family is the foundation of freedom, peace and justice in the world.

ARTICLE 1: Human beings are born free and equal with reason and conscience.
ARTICLE 2: Everyone is entitled to all rights set forth in this Declaration.
ARTICLE 3: Right to life, liberty and security.
ARTICLE 4: Right not to be held in slavery.
ARTICLE 5: Right not to be subjected to torture.
ARTICLE 6: Right to recognition as a person before the law.
ARTICLE 7: Right to equal protection before the law.
ARTICLE 8: Right to an effective remedy by competent national tribunals.
ARTICLE 9: Right not to be subjected to arbitrary arrest or exile.
ARTICLE 10: Right to a fair and public hearing by an impartial tribunal.
ARTICLE 11: Right to be presumed innocent until proven guilty.
ARTICLE 12: Right not to be subjected to arbitrary interference in his home.
ARTICLE 13: Right to freedom of movement within and outside the country.
ARTICLE 14: Right to seek asylum from persecution in other countries.
ARTICLE 15: Right to a nationality.
ARTICLE 16: Right to marry and found a family with of full age.
ARTICLE 17: Right to own property alone and in association with others.
ARTICLE 18: Right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion or belief.
ARTICLE 19: Right to freedom of opinion and expression.
ARTICLE 20: Right to freedom of peaceful assembly.
ARTICLE 21: Right to a freely elected government, with equal access to services.
ARTICLE 22: Right to social services, economic, social and cultural rights.
ARTICLE 23: Right to work and free choice of employment.
ARTICLE 24: Right to rest, leisure and periodic holidays with pay.
ARTICLE 25: Right to a standard of living adequate for a family.
ARTICLE 26: Right to education and to a free education at the primary level.
ARTICLE 27: Right to freely participate in the cultural life of the community.
ARTICLE 28: Right to a social and international order to realize these freedoms.
ARTICLE 29: Duties to the Community, Limits set by law.
ARTICLE 30: Right not to be denied freedoms by a State, group or person.