Human Rights and Civil Rights
For a community of human dignity.
If the rights to "life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness" are only effective for a few people in the world, then they are not truly rights; only a rare and lucky condition that may end at any time.
There is a certain "minimum level" of human rights and dignity that is considered "acceptable" in any particular culture. When that minimum level is high, the rights and dignity of all are high and secure. When the minimum level is low, everyone is at risk of falling to that level.
Raise the floor of human dignity. It must not be acceptable for anyone to live in homelessness, rags, hunger, untreated disease, without free speech or any control over their own lives and the decisions that affect them.