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Article 18. Everyone has the right to: a) freedom of thought, b) awareness c) religion, both the practice of religion in public or private, religious education and the change of religion. Sometimes a country has: a) a national political party, b) is a confessional state. Although a person's thoughts are different from the majority must be more important, always, the right to religion and their own opinion and can express it and practice it in public and in private. This article discusses the meaning of "tolerance" means the acceptance of others with respect and mutual understanding. We must keep in mind: a) STATEMENT ON TOLERANCE (tolerance means recognition of human rights and responsibilities involved in human rights: a) pluralism, b) rule of law, c) freedom of education) b) STATEMENT ELIMINATION OF ALL FORMS OF INTOLERANCE AND DISCRIMINATION BASED ON RELIGION AND BELIEF, c) Report of the Special Rapporteur on Religious Intolerance APPOINTED BY THE COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS, 1986. Article 19. Everyone has the right to freedom of: a) opinion and expression. This means that no one can be a) annoyed, b) receive and impart information and / or opinions, c) dissemination by any means without limitations or boundaries. Internet, newspaper, radio, television, books, et cetera. They should not be censored: access to information, b) the opinion of people. Article 20. Everyone has the right to: a) freedom of assembly, b) association, c) has not to be compelled to belong to any association. There is a right to meet to a situation or self. SOLIDARITY is a union of: a) interest, b) purposes, which are related to a group of people. (National Organization of Labor)

The Universal Declaration of the Human Rights  

A presentation by Rubén Fernández Vela, during the REactor conference.

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