International Human Rights Day 2016

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Human Rights Day 2016 “Stand up for someone’s rights today!”

Human Rights Day is observed every year on 10 December. It commemorates the day on which, in 1948, the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of christmas-carol-merry-christmas-xmas-christmas-smiley-emoticon-000562-largeHuman Rights. In 1950, the Assembly passed resolution 423 (V), inviting all States and interested organizations to observe 10 December of each year as Human Rights Day.

This year, Human Rights Day calls on everyone to stand up for someone’s rights! Many of us are fearful about the way the world is smilie-and-chuckie-santasheading. Disrespect for basic human rights continues to be wide-spread in all parts of the globe. Extremist movements subject people to horrific violence. Messages of intolerance and hatred prey on our fears. Humane values are under attack.

We must reaffirm our common humanity. Wherever we are, we can make a real difference. In the street, in school, at work, in public transport; in the voting booth, on social media.

The time for this is now. “We the peoples” can take a stand for rights. And together, we can take a stand for more humanity.

It starts with each of us. Step forward and defend the rights of a refugee or migrant, a person with disabilities, an LGBT person, a woman, a child, indigenous peoples, a minority group, or anyone else at risk of discrimination or violence.

“Where, after all, do universal human rights begin? In small places, close to home – so close and so small that they cannot be seen on any maps of the world. Unless these rights have meaning there, they have little meaning anywhere. Without concerted citizen action to uphold them close to home, we shall look in vain for progress in the larger world.”

Eleanor Roosevelt
Driving force behind the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Eleanor Roosevelt Speech on Human Rights

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Join us and “Stand up for someone’s rights today.” We want to encourage, support and 2343126_125amplify what you do in your everyday life to defend human rights. Together, let’s take action for greater freedoms, stronger respect and more compassion. Many of us are fearful about the way the world is heading. Messages of intolerance and hatred prey on our fears. But we can change the course by reaffirming our common humanity and taking action to support everyone’s human rights.

Video: It starts with you

UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein explains why standing up for someone’s rights helps to provide safety, security and reaffirm humanity in the world.

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Human Rights Day is celebrated by the global human rights community and the whole United Nations family. Activities are planned across the world to commemorate the signature of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948. Read more.

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ABOUT THE UN FOUNDATION

worldsmileyWhen disaster strikes, the world turns to one organisation for hope, help, leadership, and coordination: the United Nations. When there is peace to keep between warring factions, the world asks the UN to mobilise peacekeepers, oversee elections, and create stability. In the face of challenges such as climate change, disease or poverty, the United Nations provides the platform for international cooperation.

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The United Nations Foundation links the UN’s work with others around the world, mobilising the energy and expertise of business and non-governmental organisations to help the UN tackle issues including climate change, global health, peace and security, women’s empowerment, poverty eradication, energy access, and U.S.-UN relations.

The United Nations Foundation is honoured to work with you and the United Nations to foster a more peaceful, prosperous and just world.

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foundersThe United Nations was established to foster global peace, prosperity and justice. It has succeeded in its fundamental mission of preventing a third world war and improving global quality of life. But over the last 60 years, the UN’s mission and membership have been broadened dramatically.

The UN is now asked to tackle the world’s most intractable problemsglobal scale challenges that transcend borders but directly or indirectly affect us all: health, the environment, human rights and justice, peace and security, population, hunger and peacekeeping. The UN has a proud record of accomplishment in helping address key global 7cdab21cchallenges.

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U.N. Panel Moves to Curb Bias Against L.G.B.T. People

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GENEVA The United Nations’ main human rights body on Thursday adopted measures to strengthen protections for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people, despite fierce resistance from Muslim and African countries.

smilie-teacher2The body, the 47-member Human Rights Council, voted to appoint an independent expert to monitor and report on violence against individuals on the basis of sexual orientation rainbowand gender identity. The initiative passed, 23 to 18, with six abstentions.

The vote came after a heated debate during which supporters invoked the victims of the Orlando, Fla., massacre and opponents denounced the measure on religious and cultural grounds.

The debate lasted nearly four hours and was peppered with procedural motions and amendments intended to scuttle the initiative or water it down.

The expert will look into ways to curb violence against gay, bisexual and transgender people; report annually on developments; and support national efforts to combat violence and discrimination based on sexual orientation.

But the Saudi Arabian ambassador, Faisal Bin Hassan, filed a motion to block the resolution, saying that it “ran counter to our beliefs and culture.”

Pakistan’s ambassador, Tehmina Janjua, saying the resolution promoted “certain notions, concepts and lifestyles on which there is no consensus,” proposed a series of amendments on behalf of Islamic states that would have stripped all reference to sexual orientation and gender identity.

“Remember Orlando,” the Mexican ambassador, Jorge Lomónaco, told the packed council chamber. “Let us give hope and dignity to millions.”

discriminationThe Nigerian envoy, Peters Omologbe Emuze, objected even to the title of the resolution: “Protection against violence and discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.”

The British ambassador, Julian Braithwaite, said in response: “By voting against this resolution you are voting to block the U.N. from trying to stop violence and discrimination. How is that acceptable?”

“This affects people in this room, and people in my team who are L.G.B.T.,” he continued. “Are you saying it is O.K. to discriminate against them based on their sexual orientation and gender identity? To hit, torture, or possibly kill them? Because that is what you are supporting, if you vote against this resolution.”

Human rights groups hailed the outcome.

peace“By creating a U.N. expert, the Human Rights Council has given official voice to those facing violations because of their sexual orientation or gender identity the world over,” John Fisher, the Geneva director of Human Rights Watch, said in a statement.

“There can be no turning back.”

Article  for the New York Times bJune 30, 2016

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Wrecked Lives, Corporate Losses and Sluggish Growth: the Real Cost of Discrimination

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Discrimination against lesbian, gay, bi, trans and intersex people doesn’t just hurt people; it hurts corporate profits and costs countries tens of billions of dollars in lost economic output. That’s the message of a new United Nations video, “The Price of Exclusion”, narrated by the actor Zachary Quintosc_xN-space1 and launched at UN Headquarters in New York today as part of a global campaign against homophobia and transphobia.

Free-and-EqualIn recent years, the United Nations has documented serious human rights violations against lesbian, gay, bi, trans and intersex people in countries around the world. In a report presented to the Human Rights Council earlier this year, UN human rights chief Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein pointed to evidence of “pervasive, violent abuse, harassment and discrimination affecting LGBT and intersex persons in all regions.”

peace-gayStigma and abuse begin early – often in school wreathplaygrounds. According to studies carried out in the United States, the United Kingdom and Thailand, between half and two thirds of LGBT students are regularly bullied at school and up to a third skip school to escape harassment.

Bullying, isolation and family rejection drive many LGBT youth to abandon their education altogether, with many ending up homeless on the streets. Up to 40 per cent of homeless youth on the streets of major U.S. cities identify as LGBT or queer, compared with likely less than 10 per cent of the overall youth population.

Peace-Hand-Peace-Sign-Pink-Triangle-Gay-Pride-Flag-ColorsIn study after study, rates of poverty, food insecurity and depression have been found to be far higher in the LGBT community than in the public at large.santa A U.S. study found gay and lesbian youth are four times more likely to contemplate or attempt suicide, compared with the general population – trans youth are ten times more likely.

Those most directly affected are of course the victims themselves – the individuals being discriminated against. gayheartBut it’s not only LGBT people who pay the price; we all do. Every trans youth thrown out of home or forced to miss out on an education is a loss for society. Every gay or lesbian worker denied work or driven to emigrate is a lost opportunity to build a more productive economy.

These losses quickly add up. School drop-outs and talent flight shrink the size of a country’s labour market, lowering economic output, putting pressure on corporate profits, and reducing tax flows – leaving less money for schools, healthcare and other essential services.

According to a pilot study conducted for the World Bank last year, discrimination against santaLGBT people in India could be costing that country’s economy up to $32 billion a year in lost economic output. No wonder UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon recently called ending discrimination against members of the LGBT community “a human rights priority and a development imperative.”

The economic damage caused by discrimination is substantial – and entirely unnecessary. With different laws and policies in place – and, imagesimportantly, a different mind-set – we could and would achieve a different result. The UN is working with governments and, in a new initiative, with companies to bring about change.

In recent years, businesses large and small have taken steps to make the work environment safersanta and more inclusive for their LGBT employees. Many have changed the way they do business with a view to better serving LGBT customers and, in some cases, extracting anti-discrimination commitments from suppliers up and down their supply chains.

waving_crossed_gay_pride_flagsFor the most part, companies are taking action because they believe it’s the right thing to do. But they are also acting in their own interests – and those of their shareholders, customers and the wider community.

clipart-pretty-sexy-lady-smiley-emoticon-371bWatch the UN’s new video to learn more about the business case for inclusion, and visit www.unfe.org for more information on Free & Equal – the UN’s global campaign to end discrimination against LGBT and intersex people everywhere.


Article Posted: Dec 10,2015 ~ Charles Radcliffe Chief, Global Issues, U.N. Human Rights Office, New York


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United Nations officially celebrates 70 years

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This anniversary is an important moment to affirm our support for the UN’s work on behalf of people and the planet.


worldsmiley6418835832832000I want to personally commend the peoples of The United Nations for their service and commitment to humanity since it’s establishment 70 years ago, 1945, that’s 70 years of service to people and planet. In honour of The United Nations, on this the 70th anniversary I want to share a message with you from the President & CEO of the United Nations Foundation , which is available below;


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Today the United Nations officially celebrates 70 years of promoting peace and progress around the world. It’s a special moment for people everywhere to show their support for the vital work of the UN and to rally around the new global goals for sustainable development.

Join the worldwide celebration today by sharing a photo of the UN’s critical efforts for #UN70.

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Today we look back at all the ways the UN has helped make the world a better place since 1945 — promoting peace and human rights, responding to humanitarian crises, improving global health, empowering girls and women, and more. In 70 years, the UN has already made a difference in billions of lives — and with our current global challenges, it’s clear that its work is more important than ever.

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Over the next 15 years, we have unprecedented opportunities to tackle climate change, eradicate poverty and hunger, and set a course for sustainable development, but everyone has to play a role. World leaders, businesses, NGOs, and citizens from all over the world will need to work hand-in-hand to solve our biggest problems, and only the UN has the reach and vision to bring them together. The UN is a one-of-a-kind platform that makes historic change possible, and today is a special chance to show that we stand in support.

Will you celebrate #UN70 by sharing a photo of the UN working for a better world?

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As we take steps to realize the new global goals — starting with a major international climate conference in Paris this December — this anniversary is an important moment to affirm our support for the UN’s work on behalf of people and the planet.

Happy UN Day — thanks for all you do to help the UN make a difference!


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Have A New Years Resolution Yet?

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WHAT IS A MESSENGER OF HUMANITY?


messengerMessengers of Humanity are people who want to save lives and alleviate human suffering. They understand the power of social media and know awareness is a first step to mobilizing action. Through this program, Messengers of Humanity will share stunning imagery depicting the human face of conflict and natural disaster, unbelievable but true important facts and figures surrounding the humanitarian state of the world, messages of hope and action and extremely important information that when shared, could really help change the world. More people than ever need your help, want to lend your voice to Humanitarian Aid? Want to make a difference? then sign up take action and make a difference, be a Messenger of Humanity? and be a voice.



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Humanitarian Hero’s

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OCHA is its people. From over 30 offices around the world, some 1,900 specialized and dedicated OCHA staff work to ensure that effective assistance reaches millions of humanitarian beneficiaries in four continents.


Who We Are


world-smilieOCHA is the part of the United Nations Secretariat responsible for bringing together humanitarian actors to ensure a coherent response to emergencies. OCHA also ensures there is a framework within which each actor can contribute to the overall response effort.


OCHA’s mission is to:

  • Mobilize and coordinate effective and principled humanitarian action in partnership with national and international actors in order to alleviate human suffering in disasters and emergencies.
  • Advocate the rights of people in need.
  • Promote preparedness and prevention.
  • Facilitate sustainable solutions.

How we deliver


thumb_COLOURBOX3251754 OCHA’s Strategic Framework ensures that OCHA delivers on its core mandate, while responding to contemporary global challenges.


OCHA staff in Haiti. Credit: OCHA/Donald Bracken
OCHA staff in Haiti. Credit: OCHA/Donald Bracken

The three pillars of the Strategic Framework are:
1. Partnerships: broadening the coalition for multilateral humanitarian action
The scale and scope of global challenges requires working together in new ways, with new partners. Partnership has always been integral to OCHA’s efforts. Sustained relations, built on trust and mutual respect, are vital when preparing for and responding to humanitarian emergencies. OCHA has a unique position within the international humanitarian system to convene and influence agendas. We will do this more strategically, with the aim of creating a more enabling environment for humanitarian action.

2. Service provider: building a better system
The expectations of OCHA have evolved since humanitarian reform. We will ensure that our services and support to mVQF_X3hKUeYQCU3MoL74Pwpartners also evolve and meet clients’ needs. We are focused on helping partners more predictably through humanitarian coordination leadership, strengthening coordination mechanisms, and improving the evidence base for humanitarian decision-making, planning and resource allocation.

3. Reliability and professionalism: creating better staffing and surge solutions to be there when it counts
OCHA replies on surge solutions to ensure the right people are on the ground immediately after a new disaster. This is coordinated with longer-term staffing to ensure continuity of OCHA presence.


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On Human Rights Day, homosexual activists converged on UN headquarters to make the case that “LGBT rights are human rights.” But only a few countries within the United Nations agree
On Human Rights Day, homosexual activists converged on UN headquarters to make the case that “LGBT rights are human rights.” But only a few countries within the United Nations agree

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Human Rights Day 2014 #Rights365

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?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????10 December 2014 – The universal reach of human rights should not be restricted to one day alone but extended to every day of the year, top United Nations officials declared today as they marked Human Rights Day – an annual UN-backed event commemorating the date on which the General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Spearheaded by the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR), this year’s observance – celebrated under the banner of Human Rights 365 – encompasses the idea that “every day is Human Rights Day” and that “each one of us, everywhere, at all times is entitled to the full range of human rights.”We declare that human rights are for all of us, all the time: whoever we are and wherever we are from; no matter our class, our opinions, our sexual orientation.

4650015890866176“On Human Rights Day we speak out,” Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon proclaimed in his message. “We declare that human rights are for all of us, all the time: whoever we are and wherever we are from; no matter our class, our opinions, our sexual orientation.”

“Violations of human rights are more than personal tragedies,” Mr. Ban continued. “They are alarm bells that may warn of a much bigger crisis.

The Secretary-General explained that as a result of those “alarms,” his Human Rights Up Front campaign – launched in 2013 – sought to anticipate violations before they degenerate into mass atrocities or war crimes while advancing the struggle against injustice, intolerance and extremism.


On Human Rights Day, UN Human Rights Chief Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein reminds us that human rights are the inalienable entitlements of all people, at all times and everywhere, 365 days a year.


10469296_10152558397116872_5280343255790398783_oThe initiative includes training UN staff on the world body’s core purpose of promoting respect for human rights; providing Member States with the information needed to respond to human rights violations; and ensuring that UN personnel around the world are more attuned to situations where there is a risk of serious human rights abuses and are equipped for the responsibilities that such potential crises entail.

The strategy also includes achieving more Organizational coherence by strengthening engagement with the General Assembly, the Security Council and the Geneva-based UN Human Rights Council and providing earlier and more streamlined support to teams on the ground before a crisis emerges; and better organization of human rights staff so that they can identify risks of serious violations of human rights that could lead to atrocities.

images (31)Finally, underpinning all these activities will be better information management on threats and risks to populations for planning operational activities and for sharing with Member States.

In his statement issued for the Day, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein, echoed Mr. Ban’s appeal and underscored the power of the Universal Declaration to “change the world.”

“Human rights are not country-specific. They are not a reward for good behaviour or particular to a certain era or social group. They are the inalienable entitlements of all people, at all times and everywhere, 365 days a year,” affirmed Mr. Zeid.

As part of its celebration of the Day, the OHCHR has launched a social media campaign encouraging the public to explain on a six-second Vine post why year-round human rights matter. The Vine videos will then be collected and published together on OHCHR’s Storify account.

“The UN Human Rights Office stands with the millions of people around the world whose voices are denied,” Mr. Zeid continued, as he called on the public to join OHCHR “via social media or in person.”


“Together, we must demand what should be guaranteed: our human rights, universal, indivisible, inalienable, for everyone, 365 days a year.”


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#MakeChangeHappen on Volunteer Day, 5 December

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Tomorrow, Friday, December 5th is International Volunteer Day (IVD), a day organized by UN Volunteers dedicated to recognizing and appreciating the hundreds of millions of people who volunteer to make the world a better place. On #IVD2014, we not only celebrate and recognize volunteerism, but also pay special tribute to peoples’ participation in making a difference at all levels: locally, nationally and globally. Thanks to the dedication of MY World partners, including thousands of volunteers, millions have participated in the MY World 2015 global survey.

#IVD2014, and this week leading up to it, will be a time of action for the MY World survey – we are extremely close to reaching 7 million people through the survey, and we believe that with the power of volunteering we can achieve this goal within the next few weeks. Please join us in celebrating #IVD2014 by being part of this big push to reach 7 million votes!


HOW CAN YOU CELEBRATE INTERNATIONAL VOLUNTEER DAY WITH MY WORLD?
Here are some ideas:

  • Celebrate tomorrow Friday, December 5th , by carrying out the MY World Survey in your community, with an event, through social media, or through any other channel which is appropriate for you and your organization.
  • Promote volunteerism and #IVD2014 by encouraging people to engage on the priorities they voted for. Use IVD poster and materials and MY World posters and materials.
  • Document & Share your volunteerism by taking a picture of yourself and other volunteers carrying out MY World Outreach. Highlight your MY World outreach efforts on social media using the hashtags #IVD2014, #actioncounts, and #makechangehappen (see below for sample tweets, and IVD’s social media toolkit for more information). Please send pictures and stories to support@myworld2015.org so that we can share them on our blog (for guidelines on blog posts, please see our partner toolkit).

unnamedThe success of the MY World global survey is due to YOU – thousands of enthusiastic and dedicated supporters around the world, including UN Volunteers. Thank you for your incredible volunteerism and commitment to ensuring that people’s voices are heard at the United Nations!

Please do not hesitate to reach out to the MY World 2015 team at support@myworld2015.org to share your stories or if you have any questions about MY World outreach on International Volunteer Day.


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Primary Hashtags: #IVD2014, #makechangehappen, #actioncounts, #volunteer, #post2015
Primary Handles: @myworld2015, @UNVolunteers, @UN
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Sample Tweets supporting MY World Outreach:

  • I #makechangehappen by telling the @UN my priorities for a better world &taking action by volunteering @myworld2015 @UNVolunteers #IVD2014
  • Tell the @UN your priorities for a better world with the @myworld2015 global survey #IVD2014 @UNVolunteers
    Millions have had their say at the @UN with the @myworld2015 global survey thanks to volunteers #IVD2014 @UNVolunteers
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  • I #volunteer because I want YOU to have your voice heard at the @UN #IVD2014 vote.myworld2015.org #makechangehappen, #volunteer
  • Help @myworld2015 reach 7 million votes this #IVD2014. See how at bit.ly/myworldkit Then #volunteer to #makechangehappen
  • 7 million voices is possible w/ your help! Support #IVD2014 by doing @myworld2015 outreach bit.ly/myworldkit
    I #volunteer to help @myworld2015 reach 7 million people. #IVD2014 #actioncounts #makechangehappen @unvolunteers

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  • On 5 December 2014, volunteers around the world will celebrate International Volunteer Day by taking Action in their community. Join them by helping your communities vote in MY World 2015, the United Nations global survey for a better world. Use the partner toolkit to design online and offline outreach strategies: bit.ly/myworldkit. Help us reach 7 million voices!
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  • Reaching 7 million voices is possible! Join volunteers around the world in spreading MY World to your communities this International Volunteer Day, 5 December 2014.
  • I’m celebrating International Volunteer Day by giving voice to the voiceless in my community. Join me – vote.myworld2015.org
  • On International Volunteer Day, 5 December 2014, help MY World reach 7 million voices and promote volunteerism by encouraging people to take action on their priorities. Everybody can volunteer to make change happen!

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