To achieve these objectives, the Commission`s mission is to „collect documents, undertake studies and research on African problems in the field of human and citizens` rights, organize seminars, symposia and conferences, disseminate information, encourage national and local institutions concerned with human and people`s rights and, otherwise, to express their views or make recommendations to governments“.   The Universal Declaration of Human Rights is an ideal standard, held jointly by nations around the world, but it has no legal force. Thus, from 1948 to 1966, the main task of the United Nations Commission on Human Rights was to create, on the basis of the Declaration, an international law on human rights and to put in place the necessary mechanisms to ensure its implementation and enforcement. (1) Men and women of full age have the right to marry and found a family without restriction on account of their race, nationality or religion. They have the right to equal rights with regard to marriage, marriage and its dissolution. 2. Marriage may be concluded only with the free and full agreement of the spouses envisaged. (3) The family is the natural and fundamental group unit of society and is entitled to the protection of society and the State. The European Union (EU) is a political and economic union of 28 countries. These Member States have decided to share part of their sovereignty in order to allow collective decision-making on issues that concern them all.
The EU Charter of Fundamental Rights brings together a wide range of human rights and freedoms in a single document. International human rights instruments are treaties and other international texts that serve as the legal source for international human rights law and the protection of human rights in general.  There are many different species, but most can be classified into two broad categories: declarations adopted by bodies such as the UN General Assembly, which are by nature declarative, i.e. non-legally binding, although they can be politically decisive and very well respected;  and often express guiding principles; and conventions, which are multi-party treaties that are supposed to become legally binding, usually contain a mandatory and very specific language and are usually concluded by a lengthy procedure that often requires ratification by the legislative power of each. Less is known about some „recommendations“ that resemble conventions, as they have been the subject of multilateral agreement, but cannot be ratified and serve to establish common standards.  There may also be administrative guidelines adopted multilaterally by States, as well as the statutes of courts or other institutions. Over time, a particular provision or principle of one of these different international instruments may acquire the status of a right of international use, whether or not it is expressly accepted by a State, simply because it is well recognized and respected over a sufficiently long period. Women delegates from different countries played a key role in the inclusion of women`s rights in the document. The Commission on Human Rights presented two important documents: the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCCPR) and the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (ICESR).
Both became international law in 1976. Together with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, these two alliances form what is known as the „Bill of Human Rights“. In addition to the International Bill of Rights and the basic human rights treaties listed above, there are many other universal human rights instruments. A non-exhaustive selection is available here. As a form of international law, international human rights law consists primarily of contract law – legally binding agreements between States parties – and customary international law – rules of law deriving from the consistent practice of States. . . .