Sixty years in the past, the United international locations took an ethical stand opposed to human rights crimes and followed the common statement of Human Rights, a proclamation of thirty rights that belong to us all, beginning memorably with Article 1: “All people are born unfastened and equal.”
Now, an array of across the world acclaimed writers have selected one of many thirty rights because the idea for a quick tale. released in organization with Amnesty foreign, the result's a mixture of considerate, severe, humorous, and exciting tales that harness the ability of literature to celebrate—and affirm—our shared humanity.
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