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The International Day of Human Rights
When we pronounce the expression "human rights", it usually refers to a small set of rights and freedoms, which are often referred to fundamental rights and freedoms. Without these rights can not be normal existence and development of human society. Frequently also called constitutional rights that is they that are enshrined in the constitution. There is a clear list of basic human rights is enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights adopted by the UN on Dec. 10, 1948.

From 1950, this day in the world is marked as the International Day of Human rights.

As part of Human Rights Week, students of the Faculty of Law, Humanities and Social Sciences took part in the creative contest for the best wall newspaper.

The winners are: Hurenko Alina and Olga Golubenko, congratulations!