Non-Derogable Rights

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While most human rights are not absolute and can be limited in their application, some rights are not derogable i.e. know no limitations or exceptions under any conditions, including the following: the right to life; the right not to be subjected to torture, or to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment; freedom from slavery and servitude; freedom of thought, conscience and religion.

UN High Commissioner for Refugees, UNHCR Master Glossary of Terms, June 2006, Rev.1, available at:

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