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Earth Constitution Article 12 - Bill of Rights for the Citizens of Earth

The inhabitants and citizens of Earth who are within the Federation of Earth shall have certain inalienable rights defined hereunder. It shall be mandatory for the World Parliament, the World Executive, and all organs and agencies of the World Government to honor, implement and enforce these rights, as well as for the national governments of all member nations in the Federation of Earth to do likewise. Individuals or groups suffering violation or neglect of such rights shall have full recourse through the World Ombudsmus, the Enforcement System and the World Courts for redress of grievances. The inalienable rights shall include the following:

Equal rights for all citizens of the Federation of Earth, with no discrimination on grounds of race, color, caste, nationality, sex, religion, political affiliation, property, or social status.

Equal protection and application of world legislation and world laws for all citizens of the Federation of Earth.

Freedom of thought and conscience, speech, press, writing, communication, expression, publication, broadcasting, telecasting, and cinema, except as an overt part of or incitement to violence, armed riot or insurrection.

Freedom of assembly, association, organization, petition and peaceful demonstration.

Freedom to vote without duress, and freedom for political organization and campaigning without censorship or recrimination.

Freedom to profess, practice and promote religious or religious beliefs or no religion or religious belief.

Freedom to profess and promote political beliefs or no political beliefs.

Freedom for investigation, research and reporting.

Freedom to travel without passport or visas or other forms of registration used to limit travel between, among or within nations.

Prohibition against slavery, peonage, involuntary servitude, and conscription of labor.

Prohibition against military conscription.

Safety of person from arbitrary or unreasonable arrest, detention, exile, search or seizure; requirement of warrants for searches and arrests.

Prohibition against physical or psychological duress or torture during any period of investigation, arrest, detention or imprisonment, and against cruel or unusual punishment.

Right of habeas corpus; no ex-post-facto laws; no double jeopardy; right to refuse self-incrimination or the incrimination of another.

Prohibition against private armies and paramilitary organizations as being threats to the common peace and safety.

Safety of property from arbitrary seizure; protection against exercise of the power of eminent domain without reasonable compensation.

Right to family planning and free public assistance to achieve family planning objectives.

Right of privacy of person, family and association; prohibition against surveillance as a means of political control.