Human rights are those rights that are acquired by birth. It is guaranteed for both international and domestic legal rules. However, periods of human history knows when the rights were granted to individual class backgrounds. Only in modern times have been recognized human rights for all members of the human race, regardless of race, language, gender, skin color, etc..
Three significant events that preceded the adoption of the European Convention on Human Rights are Universal Declaration of Human Rights (which provided the standard of human rights at the international level), Letter to the Europeans at the International Congress for the unification of Europe in The Hague (where there is a wish to make Declaration of Human rights) and the establishment of the Council of Europe (which is one of the main tasks of respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms). Work on drafting the Convention began 1949th year. The final text of the Convention was signed by 13 member states of the Council of Europe in Rome 1950th year (entered into force in 1953.), and has been ratified by 46 countries to date. The European Convention has been amended with 14 protocols. They are naturally divided into substantive and procedural. Material introduces new rights that were not contained in the original text, while the procedural process improves the protection of human rights.
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