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Universal Declaration of Human Rights

United Nations

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1. Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Afrikaans – Read by cdb.
2. Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Arabic – Read by FE
3. Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Portuguese – Read by JB and LM
4. Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Chinese – Read by CZ
5. Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Danish – Read by ME
6. Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Dutch – Read by AW
7. Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Dutch – Read by MB
8. Universal Declaration of Human Rights, English – Read by DRB
9. Universal Declaration of Human Rights, English – Read by KS
10. Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Esperanto – Read by AC
11. Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Filipino (Tagalog) – Read by alnl
12. Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Finnish – Read by JF
13. Universal Declaration of Human Rights, French – Read by Ezwa
14. Universal Declaration of Human Rights, French – Read by JL
15. Universal Declaration of Human Rights, German – Read by Robu
16. Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Indonesian – Read by MB
17. Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Japanese – Read by KK
18. Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Korean – Read by lsj
19. Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Latin – Read by Ezwa
20. Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Malay – Read by RH
21. Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Portuguese – Read by AS
22. Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Polish – Read by Jawo
23. Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Spanish – Read by KRS
24. Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Walloon – Read by Ezwa

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The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was ratified in 1948 by the United Nations General Assembly. It defines the fundamental rights of individuals, and exhorts all governments to protect these rights. The UN has translated the document into over three hundred languages and dialects. This audiobook includes readings in 21 languages.