December 10 marked the 70th anniversary of the United Nation's universal declaration of human rights.

The document outlined 30 fundamental rights that should form the basis of democratic societies. The UN says it is as relevant today, as it always has been.

However, with multiple examples of genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity, just how enforceable is it? 

Presenter: Imran Khan


Benjamin Zawacki - human rights researcher

Geoff Gilbert - professor of international humanitarian law at the University of Essex

Johannes Mosskin - director of communications at The Right Livelihood Award Foundation

Source: Al Jazeera