On 10 December 2019, we celebrate the 71st Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. There will be an unprecedented number of events held around the world to celebrate this anniversary and to greatly increase the awareness of Human Rights. This includes lectures, marches, petition drives, concerts, seminars, art competitions and human rights booths. We especially want to see Human Rights walks and marches in populated areas and collect up petition signatures internationally supporting Human Rights.
Join us and thousands of educators around the world in this celebration by doing a Human Rights lesson with your students or holding your own event. Here are free resources for educators you can use:
Educator manual and booklet: https://www.youthforhumanrights.org/download/
Human Rights posters: https://www.youthforhumanrights.org/download/posters.html
30 Rights. 30 Ads: https://www.youthforhumanrights.org/download/public-service-announcements.html
GREAT EDUCATORS HAVE ALWAYS KNOWN THAT LEARNING IS NOT SOMETHING THAT'S LIMITED TO THE CLASSROOMS, OR THAT SHOULD BE FORCIBLY UNDERTAKEN UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF TEACHERS.
"BEING DOES NOT MEAN ACCEPTING WHAT ONE IS; IT MEANS CREATING ANOTHER SELF THAT DOES NOT EXIST."