Human dignity is the source of all human rights, and every person can enforce in court the rights stated herein, whether they are in their homeland, or any foreign land.
Global Bill of Rights
Every person, and the media, has the right to freedom of speech and expression; this right includes freedom to see, receive and share information and ideas on public property, or private property that has been opened to the public such as shopping centers, whether the ideas are popular or not, and to freely criticize government, religious or business leaders through any media and regardless of borders.
Everyone has the right to education, from pre-school through college, for free or low cost, as defined by law. Parents have the responsibility to enroll their children in school, unless comparable schooling is offered at home.
Everyone has the right to gather peacefully, in small groups or large ones, without weapons, and to hold meetings, rallies, demonstrations, marches and pickets in public squares and other public places.
Everyone has a right to free or low cost health care, including pre-natal, vision, dental and mental care, as well as sufficient food necessary for good health, as defined by law.
States may not practice capital punishment, and given that weapons of mass destruction entail a grave threat to the right to life of all humanity, the use of weapons of mass destruction, including nuclear, chemical, biological or other similar types of weapons, is prohibited.