Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR)
SENAA International, in cooperation with the United Nations
Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (UNOHCHR), now offers our
visitors a comprehensive collection of translations of the
Universal Declaration of Human Rights, adopted and proclaimed by
Assembly resolution 217 A (III) of 10 December 1948.
offers the more common translations based on the visitors who
most frequently visit our Web sites and a link to the more than
300 different language versions that are available in HTML, PDF
and graphical forms at the United Nations Office of the High
Commissioner for Human Rights.
How can you help ?
read, understand, copy, print and communicate. Give your feedback
to the UNOHCHR.
- Webmasters: Download
the Declaration and add it to your Web site.
Contribute new or transcribed versions. Read the UNOHCHR's Submission
Guide for more instructions.
American Nations, Communities, and Individuals: We urge
First Nations governing bodies, communities, and individuals
to provide the Declaration in their native languages. Search
the list of available translations in the Alphabetical
Listing section of the OHCHR Web site. If the language of
your people is not available, it probably has not been
submitted to the OHCHR for inclusion. You would be providing your
people an important service by translating the Universal
Declaration of Human Rights into your native language and submitting your work to the
UNOHCHR or to SENAA International for inclusion in our list
of available translations. After submitting your
translation, notify your tribal newspaper or other tribal
media and inform your people that the translation is
available and where it can be found.
SENAA has no
information as to how long it will take the UN to publish
your translation, but we can assure you that your
translation will be published to SENAA International's Web
site as soon as it is put into HTML, PDF, and/or graphical (jpg, gif, or flash)
formats and uploaded to our site. In most cases, the translation will be
published the same day. The person submitting the
translation will receive full credit and words of thanks for
his or her work, and copies of the translation in all
formats will be submitted to the UNOHCHR for inclusion in
new translations can be made to SENAA International via e-mail.
Your translation may be submitted in HTML, text, Microsoft
Word, WordPerfect, Works, PDF, or visual (JPG, GIF, or
Flash) format. If your language requires the
use of a special font for your nation's syllabary or alphabet, please
include a zipped copy of your language font with your
submissions so our publication will be accurate and correct.
Our sincere thanks to
of the High Commissioner for Human Rights for undertaking
the task of making this declaration available in so many
Alphabetical List of
Below is a
list of translations of the UDHR that are on SENAA
International's Web sites and a link to the UNOHCHR's
Alphabetical Listing of more than 300 translations..