The general Declaration of human rights accepted and proclaimed in the resolution № 217 A (ІІІ) of General Assembly of the United Nations on 12/10/1948

The general declaration of human rights of 1948 name "the outstanding document in the history of mankind", "the Charter of liberties for all mankind". This declaration fixes fundamental laws and freedom of the human  and the citizen, including the right to life, to freedom and to inviolability of one’s human (item 3); the right to its recognition of legally  subjection (item 6); the right of all people to their equal protection before law and court (item 7); is right to move and select freely to itself a residence within each state; the right to citizenship, etc.

the General declaration of human rights together with two basic reports to it (the International pact about the economic, social and cultural rights And the International pact about the civil and political rights) make so-called Bill about human rights in which all fundamental laws and freedom of the person and the citizen which list isn't settling are fixed, but their observance is guaranteed by the international legislation and should be fixed at level of the national legislation of each democratic state.