Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Restoring progress in poverty reduction under the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

In 1948, the United Nations presented the universal declaration of human rights outlining human rights for everyone in the world which inspired human rights movements around the world.

The world has made enormous progress in the scope of human rights but there is still work to be done. Today, although everyone is considered equal on paper, we’re still a long way from fully realizing these rights. But it is through the cycle of justice and action that we move closer to a more equal world.

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic reversed the steady progress of poverty reduction.

Poverty is associated with a host of health risks, including elevated rates of heart disease, diabetes, hypertension, cancer, infant mortality, mental illness, undernutrition, lead poisoning, asthma, and dental problems.

Eradicating extreme poverty for all people is a vital goal of Royal Group Charity Foundation for a better world.

Scoring goals of Royal Group Charity Foundation 2023/24

1. Working towards no poverty as our primary goal.

2. Poverty confines human freedom and subdues development.

3. Economic growth has helped in the reduction of poverty, making it clear that there is a strong link between economic growth and poverty reduction.

4. Focus on eradicating poverty as a central priority.

5. Development is the foundation for peace and for human survival and dignity.

6. Working together for a final victory in stepping up the fight against extreme poverty.

Help Support Royal Group in our FIGHT against extreme POVERTY.


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