The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (Paperback)
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The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, from the time of its adoption by the United Nations General Assembly on 10 December 1948, has been a source of inspiration for nations and for individuals alike to recognise, protect and promote basic human rights and freedoms.
In the decades since its inception dramatic changes have swept the globe, but the values underpinning the Declaration - a fundamental commitment to human dignity, equality, fairness and universality - endure and are as relevant today as when it was first proclaimed.
In this charming, whimsical interpretation, Michel Streich's illustrations give a fresh voice to the enduring sentiments that resonate from every page, evoking the timelessness, passion and power of this remarkable document.