The most exact form to measure the quality of a society is its concept of the inalienable human rights and mainly, the respect of the powers to those rights. When those rights are guaranteed and respected more in the real life, it will advance more in Freedom, and Justice. In the Universal Declaration of Human rights approved day 10 of December of 1948 by the General Assembly of the United Nations, one settles down: the present Universal Declaration of Human rights like common ideal by which all the towns and nations must strive, in order that as much the individuals as the institutions, being inspired constantly by her, promotes, by means of education and the education, the respect to these rights and liberties and assures, by progressive measures of national and international character, their universal and effective recognition and application, as much between the towns of the Member States like between those of the territories placed under their jurisdiction. In Article 1 one takes shelter: All the human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. In specific Article 2: 1.
All person has all the right and liberties proclaimed in this Declaration, without distinction some of race, color, sex, language, religion, political opinion or of any other Hindu to them, national or social origin, economic position, birth or any other condition. In Article 3 is clarified: All individual has right to the life, the freedom and the security of its person. In Article 26 affirms: All person has right to the education. The education must be gratuitous, at least as for the basic training and fundamental. The basic training will be obligatory. The technical training and professional will have to be generalized; the access to the studies superiors will be equal for all, based on the respective merits.