Yes, an entire list of human rights is justified in all member countries, because human rights are worth fighting for. A country cannot begin to put laws in place to further human rights if they do not acknowledge what human rights should exist. People, or countries who write down their goals are more likely to achieve them.
Everyone in the world has equal rights. Included in the UN's Universal Declaration of Human Rights are things Americans take for granted. Life, liberty, security, a fair trial, freedom of movement, property and marriage are all listed as equal rights by the United Nations. All of them are justified among the member nations who signed on to the agreement as they form basic human needs in today's contemporary society.