The use of the word 'Dignity' is ambiguous and highly susceptible to cultural bias. Take rickshaws for example - the US military derided their use during the occupation of Japan, saying that it violated the dignity of the operators. Rickshaw drivers lost their jobs doing what now has made a comeback as a lost art form.
I would recommend that the descriptive text remove the word dignity. I don't have a problem in the principle heading, since it is a concise way to convey a right to respect and autonomy.
All humans are due respect. This includes the general public's right to autonomy in day-to-day decisions.
Designing or implementing systems that deliberately or inadvertently violate, or tend to enable the violation of, the autonomy of individuals or groups is ethically unacceptable. Leaders should verify that systems are designed and implemented to protect users' rights to autonomy of thought and action.