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Freedom of expression, explained


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The Declaration of Human Rights of the United Nations from 1948 says “Freedom of expression is a fundamental human right.” But not every nation allows free expression to their people. ExplainityChannel digs into the meaning of freedom of expression and what kind of rights this implicates.

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