Torture, or cruel and degrading treatment is prohibited.
Global Bill of Rights
Everyone has the right to choose his or her own religious beliefs, or to have no religion, and government and religion shall remain separate.
Everyone is equal before the law and entitled to equal protection of the law, no one shall be prejudiced or favored because of his or her birth, race, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy, age, color, disability, wealth, language, national origin, faith, religion or political opinion. In order to promote the achievement of equality, legislative and other measures designed to protect or advance persons or categories of persons, disadvantaged by past unfair discrimination may be taken.
All power to govern emanates from the people through their choice of representatives and not from military position, religion, caste, heredity or any non-elective title or position, therefore, anyone 18 years old, or older, has the right to run for office and to have the chance for election through a secret ballot. To ensure opportunities for widespread participation within the democratic process, and to protect against corruption, no political representative shall serve more than 18 years in one position. Only individuals, not corporations or other entities, shall be allowed to contribute money or other assets to candidates or ballot measures, but individuals may combine to contribute as a group. The total annual contribution by any individual, whether it is to one candidate or divided among several candidates and ballot measures, shall not exceed the median income for the country in which the person resides.
Everyone has the right to a clean and healthy environment, including water that is safe to drink, food that is safe to eat, and air that is safe to breathe. In addition, both for the benefit of future generations and for the species themselves, there is also a right to the preservation of species and their habitat. All large scale development projects shall consider environmental impacts, including the opportunity for public review and comment.
Everyone has the right, along with his or her family, to shelter with safe water, electricity, and sanitary conditions, as defined by law, and every person or family given assistance with shelter has a responsibility to temporarily work at that shelter, or elsewhere.