Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR)

Summary

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights is the groundwork international document that gives rise to contemporary human rights law. While not compulsory in and of itself, the principles and rights defined by the UDHR have been enacted through following associated Covenants and multilateral treaties like the ICCPR and ICESCR.

Article 26 offers specific language regarding children.


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Source

United Nations

Publication Date: 1948