Receipt of international standards. Much of the legal acts of international organizations only have value and are recommended for States that are directed to consider the obligation of good faith, the possibility of meeting the normative act. We need to know that good faith is presumed, be contrary symbolic demonstration. States must adapt, therefore, to international standards as best they can. The International Movement for Human Rights wound to his most important point on 10 December 1948, takes effect when the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, enacted by the General Assembly of the United Nations. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights represents the ideal for which all people and all nations have to effort. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, is a union of civil, economic, social, political and cultural rights that all states should have. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, over the years is accepted as fundamental human rights standards that all must respect and protect. The international movement of human rights is born the International Bill of Human Rights, a document that includes: A) UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS. B) INTERNATIONAL COVENANT ON CIVIL AND POLITICAL. C) OPTIONAL PROTOCOLS. two. D) INTERNATIONAL COVENANT ON ECONOMIC - SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS. From the International Declaration of Human Rights, States have included the articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights both from the standpoint of national and international: A) internally: by a) promotion of human rights by the state that best suit their internal needs, b) by setting up laws to its legal integration of the articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. B) Externally: a) mainly through international treaties and customary law b) statements on guidelines by the principles of public international law.