Article 27. Everyone is able to: a) forming part of the cultural life of the community, b) enjoy the arts, c) scientific and resulting benefits. Everyone is entitled to the protection of the moral and material: a) scientific b) art, c) Literary, which is the author. Explains the need for participation in: a) own cultural heritage and b) cultural heritage of others. Article 28. Everyone is entitled to a social and international order, namely that the rights of the declaration to take effect. To enjoy the Human Rights requires a system that allows: a) rules and b) systems. This implies the right to peace and development law. Article 29. This Declaration is also a catalog of duties to the community because only there people can freely develop their personality. Everyone is entitled to: a) the exercise of their rights, b) enjoy your freedom. This is no limitations: a) public order, b) the moral order, c) the rights and freedoms of others. This is summarized in a democratic social welfare. No article of the Declaration may be exercised contrary to the purposes and principles of the United Nations Organization. Article 30. The Declaration of Human Rights can not be performed by: a) individuals, b) groups, c) states to do things against her. No human right can be used for: a) individuals, b) groups, c) governments to violate the Declaration of Human Rights or any of its articles.