Last week I began working through the United Nations International Bill of Rights which contains 30 clauses relating to our rights as humans. With each of those rights there is an obligation and a responsibility by the individual to work with the system. That is not always the case, particularly when associated with the law. If we are entirely honest with ourselves; many of us break the law ‘a little’ from time to time. We justify it of course in a number of ways and it also seems to depend on whether we can get away with it.
This week I continue with our rights as laid out officially and look at our obligations as recipients of those rights.
Rights and the Legal System
Everyone has the right to be recognised as a person and equal before the law and are entitled to the protection of the law…
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