Any comprehensive social address of criminality must necessarily include the human rights and their violations.
Inspired by the criminal atrocities of World War II, Eleanor Roosevelt led an international delegation in the formulation and adoption of the
Universal Declaration of Human Rights
, representing for the first time in history a global expression of rights to which all humans are inherently entitled.
In that this Declaration contains the thirty rights that together form
the basis for a civilization, it is sobering to realize most people
cannot readily name a few of them.
United for Human Rights
(UHR) is an international non-profit organization dedicated to effectively filling this void—by broadly educating the population of earth on their human rights, and encouraging all human rights activists and groups to unite toward the effective implementation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights at local, regional, national and international levels.
To learn more about UHR and view their beautifully expressed public
service announcements on all thirty human rights, visit www.humanrights.com