December 10th is marked as the Human Right Day by the United Nations. The day is celebrated across the globe by people of all age and race. Human rights are the basic rights that every human being possesses. These are; the right to freedom, right to education, right to a lively hood, right to family, right to live and many more. After the World War 2, many human rights were violated and people across the globe were treated brutally and inhumanely. The rights of the inferior races were disrespected and not recognized by the governments of the state. In order to protect the rights of every individual, the United Nation passed the Universal Declaration of Human Rights IN 1948. The Declaration was drafted between January 1947 and December 1948. The Human Rights Day marks the anniversary of this declaration.
How to observe it?
The day aims to educate all on the rights that they possess and how they should do absolutely anything to protect these rights. The right to health and education in the third world countries is taken from the public while some groups still consider themselves to be superior to the other and treat the inferior groups badly. The day calls the governmental and non-governmental originations around the globe to celebrate the day and promote the day by holding seminars, meeting, cultural events, exhibitions and educational lectures on the rights of human beings.