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The United Nations has adopted a Declaration of Human Rights, however individuals differ in their beliefs of what should be included in a list of inalienable rights and one country's human rights laws may not match another's. Over time, society's standing on certain human rights issues have changed. Some common human rights are: right to life, right to healthcare, freedom from torture, freedom from slavery, and right to property.
Eleanor Roosevelt, Chair of the United Nations Commission on Human Rights, holds the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.