The Center for Civil and Human Rights is celebrating the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights by counting down 70 days of programming, blogs, events, and performances until International Human Rights Day!

See the Press Release here

Read the Interim CEO’s blog post on the 70 Days of UDHR here

We are celebrating 70 Days of the UDHR until December 10! Below are the ways we are celebrating:

Countdown to International Human Rights Day

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Swiss Touch@The Center: Building Sustainable Cities
October 24: 6 PM to 9 PM
Join the Center for Civil and Human Rights, the Office of the Consulate General of Switzerland, and the United Nations for an interactive program discussing sustainability in urban spaces.
World Music Day
October 26: 1 PM to 9 PM
Inspired by the music of the 1968 Olympics, World Music Day is a daylong music event featuring local performers performing musical styles from around the world!
Article V: We Stand Against Torture
November 2: 6 PM to 8:30 PM
In partnership with The Center for Victims of Torture, the Center for Civil and Human Rights is pleased to present to you an engaging workshop on the effects of torture and testimonials of survivors of tortue.
Express Yourself: Social Justice Spoken Word
November 14: 6 PM to 10 PM
The Center for Civil and Human Rights is pleased to provide an opportunity for emerging artists in Fulton County and surrounding communities to address today’s most pressing human rights issues through artistic expression.
Yearning to be Free and Seen
November 28: 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
A dialogue on the immigration crisis of the United States with speakers from different multicultural organizations who focus on immigration and knowing your rights.
Superheroes and Social Justice 
December 13: 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM
The Center for Civil and Human Rights invites you to participate in our community dialogue on the utility of art to address today’s social injustices.

About the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

The UDHR was established in 1948, shortly after World War II and placed before the United Nations (UN) declaring the inalienable rights of all people around the world and attempting to document the lessons learned from past decades of violence and injustice. The document contains thirty articles, which serve as a set of principles for governments to use to remain accountable for their duty to protect the rights and freedoms of all people.

Read more and share your support for #70UDHR here.

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