The universal declaration of human rights was a response to the widespread outrage that burst out in 1948. The draft for the Universal Declaration was drawn from the worlds religious as well as from the socialist liberal and other social thinking. The fundamental rights of a human being are those which belong without presumption or cost of privilege to all human beings. The fundamental rights include right to self determination, right to liberty, right to dual process of law, right to freedom of movement, right to thought, right to religion, right to expression and right to association. Thus all the individuals are entrusted for all the above rights. It is the utmost responsibility of the individuals to fights for all of the above rights. We have witnessed how Li fought for his right of movement, right of thought, right of self-determination and right of liberty. Whereas in case of Min, we saw how she was forced to testify against her favourite teacher which was not right as it was a breach of her right. But, Min too fought with her right to self determination; even after witnessing the survivalist cruelty she did not succumb to the survivalist mentality and fought hard to secure a Role of the Red Azalia. She did not budge even though Lu attempted to sabotage her chance at participating at the move Red Azalia through sheer animosity and enmity.
Rights and Responsibilities are the two sides of the same coin. Rights are essential for the expansion of the human personality. They offer an individual sufficient scope for free action and prepare a ground for self-development. Rights would become meaningless in the absence of responsibilities. An individual has fundamental rights so that he is able to make contribution to the social good. An individual’s right implies his claims on the society and responsibility indicates the claim of society in the individual. This implies that an individual owns to the society certain obligations as he obtains the rights.