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Human Rights 105: Anti-Oppression and Human Rights

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The human rights webinars introduce participants to the foundations, history, mechanisms and legislation of human rights.

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Human Rights Webinar Series

Facilitated by the John Humphrey Centre for Peace and Human Rights

The foundations for human rights workshops introduce participants to the international architecture and history of human rights as well as the values and pillars of human rights including provision, protection, participation and remedy. Participants gain understanding of how human rights are relevant to local issues and are introduced to the national and provincial legislation that exists to support human rights.

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Human Rights 105: Anti-Oppression and Human Rights

In this session, participants will learn the connection between anti-oppression and human rights and engage in a reflection on the structures and systems that exist around us and how they impact work for human rights.

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Stand up for Human Rights

In the lead-up to the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 2018, people around the world recorded themselves reading an article of the Declaration in their native language. The videos – in over 80 languages, from 130 countries – are posted here.

#StandUp4HumanRights #RightsOutLoud

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