QuestionsWhat are the main characteristics of human rights?
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When learning about human rights, there are a few key characteristics to keep in mind. 
  • First, human rights are inalienable, meaning they cannot be taken away. Second, human rights are universal, meaning they apply to everyone regardless of race, sex, nationality, etc. 
  • Third, human rights are indivisible, meaning they cannot be divided up or traded away. 
  • Fourth, human rights are interdependent, meaning they rely on each other for their existence. 
  • Finally, human rights are characterized by universality and equality. 
These aspects work together so that no one is discriminated against based on the color of their skin, gender identity, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, age, or any other factor that may differentiate someone from another person.