Three generations of Human Rights
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The division of man rights into three generations was introduced in 1979 by Czech jurist Karel Vasak. The three categories align with the three tenets with the French Revolution: freedom, equality, and fraternity. First-generation, “civil-political” rights cope with liberty and taking part in political lifetime. His divisions adhere to the three watchwords with the French Revolution: Liberty, Equality, Fraternity.

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