On December 10, 1948, the United Nations adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. After being formally declared 'Human Rights Day' in 1950, December 10 has since become a day to commemorate human rights, and often the events and organzations that fight for them.
Our NetHope member organizations are among the many that honor this day this year. See how they celebrate human rights today:
On December 10, 1948, the UN adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Children International’s efforts in impoverished communities stem from our belief that children should be treated with dignity and respect. Our program helps with the basic necessities of life—health and dental care, education support and other key areas—while providing a safe social environment and care to children who need it most.
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Today is Human Rights Day and the conclusion of the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence. What are you doing today to show your support for human rights?
Today is Human Rights Day! Here are 3 good reasons to celebrate it: http://firstperson.oxfamamerica.org/2012/12/10/three-reasons-to-celebrate-human-rights-day/
Monday 10th December 2012 is United Nations Human Rights.
The theme this year is the right for all people to make their voice heard in public life and political decision making.
Plan Pakistan Gender Specialist Sofia Naveed blogs that it shouldn’t take another girl like Malala to be shot before we wake up to the cause of girls’ education... what do you think?
On this Human Rights Day, just like every other day, the rights of countless children in care are being violated all over the world, as in-depth research by SOS Children's Villages recently uncovered! Read the appalling results and find out about our holistic approach and cutting-edge practices to fight the status-quo here:
Today is UN Human Rights Day - as good a time as any to celebrate and champion that every human has the right to clean water and sanitation!
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