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The UN Declaration of Human Rights asks us to reject the Voice

9 September 2023

1:08 PM

9 September 2023

1:08 PM

Not since the days of the prophets has there been a greater clarion call for human civilisation than that espoused by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights adopted by the UN General Assembly in December 1948.

It was written as humanity was coming out of one of the greatest ethnic conflicts the world had ever seen – the second world war.

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