The Declaration of Human Rights turns 70 years old
The Declaration of Human Rights turns 70 years old.
On December 10, International Human Rights Day we celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Written in 1948 by the United Nations, it gives a point of sanity and an end to barbarism and human violence.
This is one of the most important documents of our planet, it is the symbol that represents an agreement of peace and tolerance among human being;, a point of cooperation between us for greater coexistence.
In spite of the macro event and the presence of many nations to give their approval and place this milestone in the history of humanity, there are many things that have not change:, there are still violations of Human Rights everywhere.
Most of these rights do not have the weight of the law that would support them within a constitution in many countries and they are not taught in schools either. For this reason, the greatest work of United for Human Rights is to make them known, to educate everyone so that they know their Human Rights. On this day we will do it in the most fun way possible, through music.
“Making Human Rights a fact and not idealist dream.” L Ron Hubbard
Rock for Human Rights, is a band dedicated to teaching children, youth and adults each with music, songs and dance. It is a unique experience that is not forgotten.
Go to www.humanrights.com / www.youthforhumanrights.org