The United Nations (UN) adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights on 10 December, 1948. This declaration describes the basic rights every human must have. 10th December, therefore, is celebrated every year across the world as Human Rights Day. Learners of Grade III had put up an assembly to mark this day. They emphasized on the ten fundamental rights every person must have. These are equality, freedom, hope, peace, justice, love, dignity, law, trust and prosperity. The assembly ended by sowing the thought how wonderful this earth would be if all the people could enjoy and use the human rights responsibly and meaningfully.