Wellcome to our site for the 70th anniversary of the UN Universal Declaration on Human Rights. December 10th 2018 will be 70 years since the declaration was proclaimed by the United Nations.
Our MISSION is to contribute to promote the knowledge and application from individual upto supranational level, of the Universal Declaration on Human Rights, and in doing so contribute to the better living of all beings in the world.
WE WOULD LOVE YOU TO JOIN US WITH YOUR PROJECTS!
We want to propose you in view of the upcoming 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration on Human Rigths, to prepare a project, an activity, a video, a conquest, or anything creative but also educational, to promote Human Rights.
Your activity will go be presented to our Council and if suitable will promote it in our website.
WE ARE WAITING FOR YOU ! ! !
We will soon start sending a monthly newsletter with activities happening around Europe and abroad, of people and groups who have joined our efforts for a great 70th Aniversary of the Human Rights Universal Declaration in 2018!
Please subscribe here and do not miss our newsletters ! ! ! Subscribing this newsletter confirms that you accept the GDPR and legal provisions required by law. We will only use your data to keep you informed whenever we haves news of our events or events from other organizations.
REQUEST OF YOUR DATA
(By using this form you allow for the storage and processing of your data by the handler of this website)
A determined Anna Ganzhul sets out to solve in Mykolaiv, what she believes is the source of all its problems, ignorance of human rights. In 2013, a young Ukrainian woman by the name of Anna Ganzhul, Advisor to the Mayor of Mykolaiv and Chairman of Mykolaiv’s Youth Council, discovered Youth for Human Rights (YHR) at a forum.
It is very important to define what are Human Rights. We can not pretend for ourselves or others to comply, defend and protect human rights, if they do not know what they are, what is their role, how can they be applied on a one on one basis. In an attempt defining them, we found …