The UDHR may be broken into 30 parts or articles. Each article says one idea about human rights. Most people think these are the most important ideas:
All persons are born free and equal, because they have reason and conscience.
Everyone has a right to life, liberty, and security of their person.
Everyone is protected from any kind of discriminations.
Everyone has a right to have a nationality and change one's nationality.
Everyone has a right to an education.
Everyone has a right to get a job.
Everyone has a right to vote and take part in the government of one's own country.
Everyone has a right to take part in cultural life -- to choose a way of life.
No person may be tortured, or treated in a cruel or unkind way.
Everyone has right to seek and gain asylum in other country from persecution.
Everyone has a right to have ideas or opinions, to decide what is right and what is wrong, and to choose a religion.
Everyone has a right to speak or write freely.
Everyone has a rights to security if the person is at the cases of unemployment, disease, disability, old age or lost of the partner.
Everyone has duties to the community where one's personality can be developed freely.
No one can abuse the rights to destroy the freedom or rights in this Declaration.