There is no doubt that human rights and freedoms must comply with the moral principles of society. Human rights are formed by states and are not permanent, are constantly changing and need improvement, and morality is a constant phenomenon (because the idea of good and evil is almost the same), although it is in some motion at every historical stage changing people's perceptions of justice, honour, etc. . Morality must be considered as an integral part of human rights and freedoms because the latter follows directly from the former. It is from moral postulates that the concept of human rights, which has been developing for a long time, draws its source and inspiration.
Thoughts that morality is an integral part of human rights can be traced back to the works of ancient thinkers and have not lost their significance in later centuries, because it is fair to say that human rights will be fully guaranteed only if the law is moral will of the people. According to his theory, individual freedom and the morality of the law are possible only in a free, legal state, where the rights and freedoms of man and citizen are fulfilled. Thus, the goal of the rule of law in the adoption of laws should be to achieve the most useful and safe human environment, which will be based on the laws of morality and, consequently, justice.
The affirmation of moral principles actually forms the basis of the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights and Freedoms, adopted after the not immoral but over the immoral World War. This document for the first time at the international level proclaimed the foundations of the moral attitude to man, which becomes his right . It should be noted that based on the Declaration in the vast majority of countries adopted their own constitutions and corresponding declarations, despite the cultural differences of countries, the specifics of traditions and religions. However, despite such positive trends, in modern society, there are no guarantees or rational ways to moral consent in society. There can be no such ways also because in modern society there are no opportunities and ways to establish a clear hierarchy of preferences among moral requirements: everyone has their own truth.
1. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted and promulgated by UN General Assembly Resolution 217 A (III) of December 10, 1948. [Electronic resource] .URL: https://zakon.rada.gov.ua/laws/show/995_015