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On December 10th 1948 the General Assembly of the United Nations adopted and proclaimed the Declarations of Human Rights Eleanor Roosevelt said Unless these rights have meaning therethe world of the individual person they have little meaning anywhere Without concerned citizens action to uphold them close to home we shall look in vain for progress in the larger world It is clear that Roosevelt was a firm believer in the effect individuals everyday actions have on the wider community She believed that in order to achieve an equal world individuals must first adjust their everyday lives and consider how their first word routines effects the larger global community The central basis of this idea is that to achieve peace and equality in the wider world one must first achieve peace in the neighborhood he lives in the school or collage he attends and the factory farm or office where he worksSuch places are the places where every man woman and child seeks equal justiceequal opportunity equal dignity without discrimination These rights were introduced to promise each and every citizen of the world equal rights and opportunities But how far are we the first world willing to go in order for equality and human dignity throughout the world to become a reality Apparently this is not something we are prepared to do but why In Twenty First Century society high tech advancements and technology have become the focus of most of the population and many people have forgotten the importance of lending a hand to someone who needs it Even the fact that society needs a set of rules a declaration on how humans should be treated and people should treat each other is the first indicator that civilization is not prepared to allow inequality to be a
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