Imagine this: A Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Did you know there even is one? Well there is thanks to the United Nations. It clearly states no one is allowed to be tortured, everyone has the right to move anywhere they want, and everyone has the right to food and shelter. There are 30 Articles in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. There are 6 articles that relate to The Hunger Games and to governments in the real world that deny human rights in order to control their people and to maintain power. The articles are about the right to have freedom, safety, and food. Governments in The Hunger Games and in the real world deny the human rights that are in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

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