Make the answers clear and understandable. Part 1: UDHR / Universal Declaration of Human Rights (6 questions) 1.THE STEPS- The seven paragraphs of the PREAMBLE, setting out the reasons for the UDHR,

Make the answers clear and understandable.Part 1: UDHR / Universal Declaration of Human Rights (6 questions)1.THE STEPS- The seven paragraphs of the PREAMBLE, setting out thereasons for the UDHR, represent the steps. How can these 7 paragraphs be seen as the STEPS leading up to the UDHR?2.FOUNDATION BLOCKS- Articles 1 and 2 are theunderlying moral assumptions about humans,with their principles of dignity, liberty, equality, and brotherhood.In what ways do these articles provide the FOUNDATION BLOCKS for the UDHR as a whole?3.1stCOLUMN-The first column (articles 311) constitutesrights of the individual, such as the right to life and the prohibition of slavery.Answer ONE of the following 2 questions -a.Think ofone past issuethatbenefitedfrom an appeal to human rights. Which right (which article) was used?How DID an appeal to human rights help guide our responses to that problem?ORb.Think ofone current issuethatcould benefitby an appeal to human rights. Which right (which article) could be used?How COULD an appeal to human rights help guide our responses to this problem?4.2ndCOLUMN- The second column (articles 1217) constitutes therights of the individual in civil and political society.Answer ONE of the following 2 questions -a.Think ofone past issuethatbenefitedfrom an appeal to human rights. Which right (which article) was used?How DID an appeal to human rights help guide our responses to that problem?ORb.Think ofone current issuethatcould benefitby an appeal to human rights. Which right (which article) could be used?How COULD an appeal to human rights help guide our responses to this problem?5.3rdCOLUMN-The third column (articles 1821) is concerned withspiritual, public and political rightssuch as freedom of religion and freedom of association.Answer ONE of the following 2 questions -a.Think ofone past issuethatbenefitedfrom an appeal to human rights. Which right (which article) was used?How DID an appeal to human rights help guide our responses to that problem?ORb.Think ofone current issuethatcould benefitby an appeal to human rights. Which right (which article) could be used?How COULD an appeal to human rights help guide our responses to this problem?6.4thCOLUMN-The fourth column (articles 2227) sets outsocial, economic and cultural rights.Answer ONE of the following 2 questions -a.Think ofone past issuethatbenefitedfrom an appeal to human rights. Which right (which article) was used?How DID an appeal to human rights help guide our responses to that problem?ORb.Think ofone current issuethatcould benefitby an appeal to human rights. Which right (which article) could be used?How COULD an appeal to human rights help guide our responses to this problem?Part 2: Charlotte Bunch, “Women’s Rights as Human Rights (3 questions)TheLIBERTY RIGHTS/WELFARE RIGHTSdistinction from Judith Boss Moral Theory Summary (p.7) is helpful for thinking about Bunchs position. Intro to Human Rights makes the same distinction, but refers to it asCIVIL & POLITICAL RIGHTS/SOCIAL & ECONOMIC RIGHTS.1.How does Bunch relate violence against women to issues of human rights?2.Briefly summarize each of the 4 basic approaches outlined for linking womens rights to human rights.3.Discuss and evaluate Bunchs general perspective in Womens Rights as Human Rights article OR chose at least one of her points to discuss and evaluate. (Provide at least a significant paragraph or two.)