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Universal Declaration of the Rights of Human Organization

An experimental extension of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (Part #1)


This paper first appeared in: International Associations / Associations Internationales, XXIII, 1, 1971, pp. 13-26 [PDF version]

The four groups of paragraphs below have the following significance:

Individual: represents human rights. These are indicated in italics. This is the authorized text of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights as contained in the Official Records of the Third Session of the United Nations General Assembly, Doc. A/810. Minor changes have been made to paragraph punctuation and use of capitals;

Collective: represents organizational and collective rights and the rights of groups;

Discipline: represents the rights of disciplines and other modes of thought and activity;

Role: represents personal rights, namely the rights a person should permit their own roles and all their own modes of thought and activity.


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