Human Rights belong to people because they are human. It is not granted by any authority, person, earned, bought, or derived and human rights are inherent to each individual. 

Human Rights are meaningless without the fundamentals and they are inalienable because:
  • Human Rights cannot be taken away from any individual.  
  • Human Rights cannot be given away, denied, or forfeited, even when other rights have been enjoyed already.
  • Even if an individual fails to use the rights long passage of time. Human rights are indivisible. 
  • Human Rights are universal and relevant beyond national borders regardless of religion, race, sex, political or another opinion, national or social origin. 
  • By all these factors human rights are interdependent and universal.