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UDHR - In World Languages
iOS Universal Education
Saraswathi Foundation for Promoting Education and Environment, India based registered non-Profit organisation is happy to sponsor this updated version of UDHR version 3.0.
UDHR, on 10th December 1948, the world human rights order brought a change to a large extent. However, self interests, ego, and thirst to power still dominating against another individual, communities, and countries. Exceptionally, there are good souls who are looking out for a day, so to that they can do a change, provide a better world for every human life to live the nature way.!
UDHR app, one can call this as an application, a chapter or a promotional material. Intention of this app is to educate about the Rights of every human being in the society, possible in all the native languages. This app developed as a volunteer work YHRI, Youth for Human Rights, an International Non-Profit organisation, who is educating about the Human Rights with UDHR articles around the world.
- Unicode supported world wide languages around 300+
- iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch supported languages
- Share each article
Note : UDHR contents for different languages have been sourced from UNICODE udhr web site, were many contributors have shared their valuable time to convert the UDHR to mother language. Most of these unicode conversion works are still under review, hence there may be mistakes and content errors. If possible, please share such reviews directly with UNICODE UDHR website given below or send a message to my inbox. Will try to address as early as possible.
Vote of thanks : Thanks to Dhayaladevan T & Dviya B for the xml parsing and social site code help.
Languages covered in this release.-(Some languages may not display correct, because iOS font compatibility)
(Crioulo da Guiné)
Azerbaijani, North (Cyrillic)
Azerbaijani, North (Latin)
Chinese, Mandarin (Simplified)
Chinese, Mandarin (Traditional)
Farsi, Western (1)
Farsi, Western (2)
German, Standard (1901)
German, Standard (1996)
Haitian Creole French (Kreyol)
Haitian Creole French (Popular)
Hmong, Northern Qiandong
Hmong, Southern Qiandong
Huastec, San Luís Potosí
Inuktitut, Eastern Canadian
- Updated UDHR Articles
- Icon change.