“All people are free and equal in dignity and rights.“
This is what the first article of the Resolution of the Human Rights says. All humans have the same rights — no matter what skin colour, religion, gender, origin they have got. There are 30 articles in the declaration of the Human Rights. In 1948 the United Nations General Assembly passed the resolution as the basis for a peaceful coexistence of all people in the world.

The Human Rights Day is on the 10th December. On that day we – the class HHU3 – dealt with the Human Rights. Together with our English teacher Miriam Marth we painted a work of art on the lower schoolyard as you can see in the picture.

The Human Rights Day has existed since 1948. The day reminds people that these rights are violated again and again worldwide. With this day they want to draw people‘s attention to the fact that the rights apply to all people all over the world, but are violated every day. The rights say, for example, that every human in this world is allowed to live freely and safely. You are also allowed to have your own opinion and you can choose every religion you prefer. You have got the rights since you were born and nobody is allowed to restrict or violate these. Some organizations like Amnesty Internationals try to make sure that the Human Rights don’t get violated.

In our opinion the idea of the Human Rights is one of the most important bases of human coexistence.