Human Rights Quiz

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thank you all for demonstrating your knowledge in our Human Rights Quiz. 
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Correct answers​

  1. Which situation has broken someone’s right?
  • A young girl is not allowed to have a new dress
  • A little boy is sent to bed early for misbehaving
  • A 6 year old boy is no allowed to go to the swimming
  • A country’s government does not allow girls to go to school
  1. Who enjoys human rights?
  • men
  • everybody older than 18 years
  • everybody
  • every working person
  1. How many rights are there in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights?
  • 15
  • 30
  • 35
  • 20
  1. A person who leaves his or her country because of a well-founded fear of persecution due to race, religion, nationality, and political-opinion or social group is ‘legally’ called what?
  • An immigrant
  • A refugee
  • A disadvantaged person
  • An alien
  1. What is the most wide spread violation of human rights today?
  • Torture of political prisoners
  • Violence against women and girls
  • Discrimination against Indigenous Peoples
  • Forced-child-labour
  1. Who can withdraw a person’s human rights?
  • Nobody
  • The king
  • The police
  • The Prime Minister
  1. Which of the following statements about human trafficking is UNTRUE?
  • It is a form of slavery
  • The majority of individuals that are trafficked are women and girls
  • Trafficking is only an issue in conflict ridden countries
  • It is a difficult problem to control
  1. Which of the following groups is NOT granted rights that are unique to them and provide special protection?
  • Women
  • Children
  • Indigenous Peoples
  • The elderly
  1. Who is the UN-Special-Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Cambodia?
  • Surya Prasad Subedi
  • Vom Viva
  • Breab Sovat
  • Auk Sokunkanha
  1. When was the Universal Declaration of Human Rights adopted?
  • 1945
  • 1948
  • 1961
  • 1952
  1. When is International Human Rights Day?
  • 9 December
  • 3 September
  • 10 December
  • 1 January