Everyone has the right to own, buy and sell property. The government may not take private property except for public use, and if it does, then it must pay market price for the property. The government must publish a public record showing precisely who owns a piece of property, and what boundaries and limitations exist for the property. Also, everyone engaged in cultural, artistic and scientific fields has the right to the protection of their intellectual property.
Global Bill of Rights
Everyone has the right to choose his or her occupation or profession and to a living wage for their work, as well as the right to form and join a union and to participate in the activities and programs of a union, including the right to strike and collective bargaining.
Everyone shall have the right to privacy in his or her home, hotel room, vehicle, or vessel and to have interpersonal relations as they choose; therefore, eavesdropping or surveillance of private communications or relationships is forbidden without a court order as part of a criminal investigation. In addition, everyone has a right to access, obtain, and correct information collected about them by the government or private companies, unless such information is part of a criminal investigation or prosecution.
People of full age have the right to marry and choose who they will marry. Also, men and women are entitled to equal rights at marriage, during marriage and at its dissolution.
Every child has the right to a name and a nationality from birth and no child under 18 may be recruited as a soldier or otherwise used in armed conflict, even voluntarily. Children 16 or younger shall not work full time during school hours unless provisions for home schooling have been established, as defined by law.
Everyone has the right to a document of citizenship. No citizen may have his or her citizenship revoked, nor may any citizen be denied the right to enter freely and leave his or her country, but citizens also have the responsibility to share the costs of public expenditures, including the payment of taxes. To prevent the misuse of taxes, any person who presents evidence to their government of the improper use of government funds, and the government retrieves some or all of those funds, may receive 5%-20% of that amount, plus attorney’s fees and costs, as determined by the Court.