Article 2 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights says that all the rights and freedoms in the declaration apply to everyone. No matter which race, color or sex you are. It doesn’t matter which language you speak, which religion you follow, what your political preferences or opinions are. It doesn’t matter what nationality you are, or what your social or economic status is. No matter where you were born or any other way in which you may be different or unique, none of these things can be used as a reason to not respect your basic human rights.
Freedom from Discrimination in Aruba
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