UDHR on world languages, iOS app

 

Greetings  :).
I have recently updated the iOS UDHR, Universal Declaration of Human Rights, an app for iPhone and iPad. The latest version includes YHRI, Youth for Human Rights International version of UDHR articles. Additionally, UDHR original articles in  more than 300+ languages. Languages from across the continents and countries.
UDHR app, one can call this as an application, a chapter or a promotional material. Intention of this app is to educate about the Rights of every human being in the society, possible in all the native languages. I have developed this app as a volunteer of YHRI, Youth for Human Rights, an International Non-Profit organisation, who is educating about the Human Rights with UDHR articles around the world.
Note : UDHR contents for different languages have been sourced from UNICODE udhr web site, were many contributors have shared their valuable time to convert the UDHR to mother language. Most of these unicode conversion works are still under review, hence there may be mistakes and content errors. If possible, please share such reviews directly with UNICODE UDHR website given below or send a message to my inbox. Will try to address as early as possible. 
App store link is given below.
Aware of human rights and hail humanity.
Following are the languages, the UDHR is available in unicode format . 
Note: If any of the language is not covered. Please report to devarajan@gmail.com 
Crioulo da Guiné)
(Forro)
(Kimbundo)
(Tetum)
(Umbundo)
Abkhaz
Aceh
Achuar-Shiwiar
Achuar-Shiwiar (1)
Afrikaans
Aguaruna
Aja
Akan (Akuapem)
Akan (Asante)
Akan (Fante)
Albanian, Tosk
Altai, Southern
Amahuaca
Amarakaeri
Amharic
Arabela
Arabic, Standard
Armenian
Asháninka
Ashéninka, Pichis
Ashéninka Perené
Assyrian Neo-Aramaic
Asturian
Auvergnat
Awa-Cuaiquer
Awadhi
Aymara, Central
Azerbaijani, North (Cyrillic)
Azerbaijani, North (Latin)
Baatonum
Bali
Bamanankan
Baoulé
Bari
Basque
Belarusan
Bemba
Bengali
Beti
Bhojpuri
Bicolano, Central
Bislama
Bora
Bosnian (Cyrillic)
Bosnian (Latin)
Breton
Bugis
Bulgarian
Burmese
Candoshi-Shapra
Caquinte
Cashibo-Cacataibo
Cashinahua
Catalan-Valencian-Balear
Cebuano
Chachi
Chamorro
Chayahuita
Cherokee
Chickasaw
Chin, Falam
Chin, Haka
Chin, Tedim
Chinantec, Chiltepec
Chinantec, Ojitlán
Chinese, Mandarin (Simplified)
Chinese, Mandarin (Traditional)
Chiquitano
Chokwe
Chokwe (Angola)
Chuukese
Cofán
Colorado
Corsican
Cree, Swampy
Crioulo, Upper 
Croatian
Czech
Dagaare, Southern
Dagbani
Dangme
Danish
Dendi
Dinka, Northeastern
Ditammari
Dutch
Dzongkha
Edo
Emiliano-Romagnolo
English
Esperanto
Estonian
Even
Evenki
Éwé
Faroese
Farsi, Western (1)
Farsi, Western (2)
Fijian
Finnish
Fon
French
Frisian, Western
Friulian
Ga
Gaelic, Irish
Gaelic, Scottish
Gagauz
Galician
Ganda
Garhwali
Garifuna
Georgian
German, Standard (1901)
German, Standard (1996)
Gonja
Greek (monotonic)
Greek (polytonic)
Guaraní, Paraguayan
Guarayu
Gujarati
Haitian Creole French (Kreyol)
Haitian Creole French (Popular)
Hani
Hausa (Niger)
Hausa (Nigeria)
Hawaiian
Hebrew
Hiligaynon
Hindi
Hmong, Northern Qiandong
Hmong, Southern Qiandong
Hmong Njua
Hoc
Huastec, San Luís Potosí
Huastec, Southeastern
Huastec, Veracruz
Huitoto, Murui
Hungarian
Ibibio
Icelandic
Ido
Igbo
Ilocano
Indonesian
Interlingua
Inuktitut, Eastern Canadian
Inuktitut, Greenlandic
Italian
Japanese
Javanese
Jola-Fonyi
Jula
Kiche, Central
Kabiyé
Kabuverdianu
Kanauji
Kannada
Kanuri, Central
Kaonde
Kaqchikel, Central
Karelian
Kasem
Kashmiri
Kazakh
Khakas
Khasi
Khmer, Central
Kirghiz
Kituba
Konjo
Koongo
Koongo (Angola)
Korean
Kpelle, 
Krio
Kurdish, Central
Ladino
Lamnso
Languedocien
Lao
Latin
Latin (1)
Latvian
Limba, West-Central
Lingala
Lingala (tones)
Lithuanian
Lozi
Luba-Kasai
Lunda
Luvale
Luxembourgeois
Macedonian
Madura
Magahi
Maithili (2)
Makhuwa
Makonde
Malagasy, Plateau
Malay (Arabic)
Malay (Latin)
Malayalam
Maldivian
Maltese
Mam, Northern
Maninkakan, Eastern
Maori
Mapudungun
Marathi
Marshallese
Matsés
Maya, Yucatán
Mazahua Central
Mazatec, Ixcatlán
Mbundu
Mende
Micmac
Mina
Minangkabau
Mískito
Mixtec, Metlatónoc
Mizo
Mongolian, Halh (Cyrillic)
Mongolian, Halh (Mongolian)
Mòoré
Mozarabic

Naga, Ao
Nahuatl, Central
Navajo
Ndebele
Ndonga
Nenets
Nepali
Nga La
Nomatsiguenga
Norwegian, Bokmål
Norwegian, Nynorsk
Nyamwezi
Nyanja (Chechewa)
Nyanja (Chinyanja)
Nyankore
Nyemba
Nzema
Ojibwa, Northwestern
Oromo, Borana-Arsi-Guji
Osetin
Otomi, Mezquital
Otuho
Páez
Palauan
Pampangan
Panjabi, Eastern
Panjabi, Western
Pashto, Northern
Picard
Pidgin, Nigerian
Pijin
Pipil
Pohnpeian
Polish
Portuguese (Brazil)
Portuguese (Portugal)
Provençal
Pulaar
Purepecha
Qeqchi
Quechua, Ambo-Pasco
Quechua, Arequipa-La Unión
Quechua, Ayacucho
Quechua, Cajamarca
Quechua, Chiquián Ancash
Quechua, Cusco
Quechua, Huamalíes-Dos de Mayo Huánuco
Quechua, Huaylas Ancash
Quechua, Margos-Yarowilca-Lauricocha
Quechua, Northern Conchucos Ancash
Quechua, North Junín
Quichua, Calderón Highland
Quichua, Chimborazo Highland
Rarotongan
Romani, Balkan
Romani, Balkan (1)
Romani, Vlax
Romanian (1953)
Romanian (1993)
Romanian (2006)
Romansch
Rundi
Russian
Rwanda
Saami, North
Samoan
Sango
Sanskrit
Sardinian, Logudorese
Saxon, Low
Scots
Secoya
Seraiki
Serbian (Cyrillic)
Serbian (Latin)
Serer-Sine
Seselwa Creole French
Sharanahua
Shilluk
Shipibo-Conibo
Shona
Shor
Shuar
Siona
Slovak
Slovenian
Somali
Soninke
Sorbian, Upper
Sotho, Northern
Sotho, Southern
Spanish
Sukuma
Sunda
Susu
Swahili
Swati
Swedish
Tagalog
Tagalog (Tagalog)
Tahitian
Tajiki
Tamang, Eastern
Tamazight, Central Atlas
Tamazight, Central Atlas (Tifinagh)
Tamizh
Tatar
Tetun
Thai
Themne
Tibetan, Central
Ticuna
Tigrigna
Tiv
Toba
Tojolabal
Tok Pisin
Tonga
Tongan
Totonac, Papantla
Tsonga (Mozambique)
Tswana
Turkish
Turkmen (Cyrillic)
Turkmen (Latin)
Tuva
Tzeltal, Oxchuc
Tzotzil, Chamula
Ukrainian
Umbundu
Urarina
Urdu
Uyghur (Arabic)
Uyghur (Latin)
Uzbek, Northern (Cyrillic)
Uzbek, Northern (Latin)
Venda
Venetian
Veps
Vietnamese
Waama
Walloon
Waorani
Waray-Waray
Wayuu
Welsh
Wolof
Xhosa
Yagua
Yakut
Yanesha
Yanomamö
Yao
Yapese
Yi, Sichuan
Yiddish, Eastern
Yoruba
Yukaghir, Northern
Záparo
Zapotec, Güilá
Zapotec, Miahuatlán
Zhuang, Northern
Zulu

 

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