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This chapter, specifically prepared for the courses taught in post-Soviet countries, aims to show that the value of studying human rights should be searched for in their very intimacy to our everyday's life, since human rights are not something abstract or distant to ourselves and our environments. It introduces the fundamental features, foundations of human rights, and a brief history of the concept of human rights. This chapter also explores why human rights are universal and do not belong todoi:10.5281/zenodo.3908319 fatcat:wgqvz2ehyvffrfjg5csa4b5tva