This is a great question @rickvanmeijel as per this link (https://www.equalityhumanrights.com/en/human-rights/what-are-human-rights), I get the following:
Human rights are the basic rights and freedoms that belong to every person in the world, from birth until death. They apply regardless of where you are from, what you believe or how you choose to live your life.
They can never be taken away, although they can sometimes be restricted – for example if a person breaks the law, or in the interests of national security.
These basic rights are based on shared values like dignity, fairness, equality, respect and independence.
Though to me, from what I have mentioned, biases come into play, and “let the games begin” so to speak. Freedom of Speech (Though nowadays everyone gets easily offended and label something “hate speech”) Freedom of Religion (Same as above).
Laws which prevent people from living the way they choose (I can get arrested for weed, though its a plant found in nature), though we can chug booze and smoke cigarettes to our delight, until either leads us to death (Poor liver and lungs).
I don’t think there is a “true” definition to a Human right, as the biases don’t permit it. As long as we all have different perceptions, due to beliefs, there can never be that “peace” that is longed for.
If we analyze the above statement, lets see what I can get from it:
I do believe human rights can be taken away, just look at the laws that are passed by the leaders. Look at history itself with the likes of Hitler, Ze Dong, Castro, Lenin, etc.
In definition, what would be fairness? In Cuba under a communist regime, a doctor would make as much as janitor, is that fair?
Laws are made to govern right from wrong, though at times most laws don’t benefit others so, they can’t “live” the way they want to.