Here are some of the key human rights:
Right to Life: The right to not be arbitrarily deprived of one's life.
Right to Liberty and Security: The right to be free from arbitrary arrest, detention, or exile.
Freedom from Torture and Cruel, Inhuman, or Degrading Treatment or Punishment: The right to be free from torture, inhuman, or degrading treatment.
Freedom from Slavery: The right to not be held in slavery or servitude.
Right to Equality and Non-Discrimination: The right to be treated equally and without discrimination based on race, color, gender, religion, or other characteristics.
Right to Freedom of Thought, Conscience, and Religion: The right to hold and express personal beliefs and to practice religion.
Right to Freedom of Expression: The right to express opinions, thoughts, and ideas through various mediums.
Right to Work and Education: The right to work in favorable conditions and to access education.
Right to Privacy: The right to privacy and protection of personal data.
Right to a Fair Trial: The right to a fair and public trial by an impartial tribunal.
Right to Health: The right to access healthcare and to enjoy the highest attainable standard of physical and mental health.
Right to Adequate Housing: The right to live in safe, secure, and adequate housing.
Right to Food: The right to access sufficient, safe, and nutritious food.
Right to Water: The right to access clean and safe drinking water.
Right to Peaceful Assembly and Association: The right to gather peacefully and form associations or organizations.
Right to Nationality: The right to a nationality and to not be arbitrarily deprived of it.
Rights of Refugees and Asylum Seekers: The rights of individuals seeking refuge from persecution or conflict.
Rights of Children: The rights of children to protection, care, and education.