Universal Declaration of Human Rights:
Although the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was written in 1948, many human rights abuses occur through citizens not recognizing what their rights are to begin with. Additionally, with more than 1 in every 10 adult on Earth not being able to read, it is no wonder that most of the population has never read their human rights and if they have, most don't remember what they are or how they apply to their environments. Reform Through Education takes a different approach. We educate with videos and images that illustrate how the rights can be implemented on a global scale. Anyone can understand these materials and through their understanding can help bring about a world where human rights are made a reality.
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was published on December 10, 1948 by Eleanor Roosevelt, Chair of the United Nations Commission, and provided the first standard against which Human Rights could be implemented and taught. Through education and recognition, this standard can be utilized to build the foundation of a better civilization. The problem is that the rights were not made into law. Since that time they have been adopted as a good idea, something to think about, and unfortunately have lost impact. Through education and recognition, it will once again be empowered and become the FOUNDATION on which a better civilization can be built.
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights lists YOUR 30 human rights and they are: