Definition of human right in English:

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(usually human rights)
  • A right which is believed to belong to every person: a flagrant disregard for basic human rights
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    • An inclusive agenda for human rights must make human rights the basis of economic systems.
    • He was a lawyer and a trade union activist, a campaigner for human rights and democracy.
    • We believe that democracy and human rights are worth defending with all our strength.

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