The right to be unafraid

Basic human rights. More and more people are seeking them. And the perception of just what constitutes a "right" is broadening.

What is a human right? By what authority does a perceived need become a right? Often when a given activity is felt to be progressive for society and deeply just for the individual, it is described as a "right." But what we are really saying is that justice, compassion, integrity, have impelled us to call for a wider recognition of certain basic values.

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