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U.N. Human Rights Commission Bars Discrimination Based on Race or Religion

The U.N. Commission on Human Rights today adopted a ##se in the proposed Convention on Human Rights and Declaration of Human Rights ##h guarantees that “everyone is entitled to all rights and freedoms set forth in ##s Declaration without distinotion of any kind, such as race, which includes color, ### language, religion, political or other opinion, property status or national so## origin.”

At its last meeting, on Saturday, the Commission adopted a Belgian clause ##cing all scateless persons under the protection of the United Nations and declaring ##t everyone has a right to nationality. It also adopted an article which grants individual freedom to hold or change beliefs and to practice and worship publicly or ##vately and to teach religion.

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