One of the fundamental roles of the UDHR is the protection of rights and freedoms. This is against the background of what took place during WW II (Human Rights, 2015). Hence, human service professionals such as doctors and social workers borrow a lot from the UDHR in relating to their clients. Therefore, the UDHR is relevant to them by seeking consent of the clients before doing anything or establishing the relationship (NHS, 2015). This action is in relation to UDHR article 12 that talks about privacy and individual consent.
Secondly, human service professional borrows a lot from the UDHR because it allows them to know how to relate to different people they work with (NHS, 2015). For instance, different people hold various values and assumption due to their cultures and human service professional must observe and respect them. UDHR Article 27 states that human beings are entitled to their cultural practices and no human being should be overlooked based on traditional practices (UN, 2015). The article is important to human service professionals because it governs their conduct and relationships with people across communities (Carol & Richard, 2003).
Similarly, every individual is entitled to good health and education without discrimination as per Article 25 and 26 (UN, 2015). Therefore, the articles are important to human professional workers because it acts as their motivation and obligation in ensuring they perform the service to fulfill the UDHR. It also reminds of their mission in ensuring they provide good education, and everyone has a good health.
Article 25 of the UDHR states that all individuals have a right to a standard living where they enjoy good health and access to social amenities (UN, 2015). Similarly, it states that motherhood and childhood are entitled to good care regardless of being born outside wedlock (UN, 2015). Therefore, it calls for social protection of individuals wherever