Social Rights are fundamental so that people who live, inhabit and shape cities and territories can have the guarantee of living a freer and more dignified life. In short, they are those that make all people, groups and communities; have a life worth living.

These rights have a historical and political dimension, which accounts for the collective action and social struggles that many groups of people around the world have undertaken in order to achieve the vindication of these rights, for example, the right to education, to health, to work in dignified conditions.

Social rights have an implication that goes beyond personal convictions, since they appeal from their nature to individual and collective rights, since they have a scope in the public, collective and community sphere from ethical, philosophical and legal dimensions, in addition to their comprehensiveness and fairness.