It is one theory of human rights that those commonly identified morals are *human* rights regardless of whether social legal fictions enforce them. I personally subscribe to that theory. The efficacy of the theory is supported in one small part by the moral evolution of slavery. A legal fiction granted the right to own slaves in America. That was overcome by a moral reality. It isn't a large leap for a moral realist to just cut out the middle step in such obvious human realities.Not trying to be a pain here - are you now venturing into morality? If so then yes, I think we've identified many morals that I think should be enforced as rights. Freedom of the press, of religious belief (not necessarily practice), etc.