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Today is #humanrightsday . Here I am in 1996 with my #Uyghur friends in #Kashgar . I’m sharing with you their current sufferings and what they mean to me. Uyghurs are a Turkic ethnic minority with their own language and culture who lives in the NW region of China.These words are from a very vulnerable part of me as I am writing this with tears streaming down my face. My heart aches everyday when I hear about the hundreds of thousands of (and possibly one million+) #Uyghurs who are locked up in internment camps in China. Many of whom simply disappeared without a trace; their families not informed, they did not have a trial, lives lost and torn apart simply because they were born Uyghur. Every single Uyghur across the globe is either feeling the physical torture of being in camps or the psychological torture of having one or more loved ones torn from them without the knowledge of their well being, physical location, or if they are even alive. They simply didn’t come home one day, elderly parents left to care for themselves and their children sent to orphanages.
That pivotal summer, I took part in a cultural exchange program in #Xinjiang . I was immersed in the #Uighur culture and dazzled by their love of music, art, and their hospitality. It was the first time in my life I was forced to confront my ethnic identity as a Chinese-American of Han descent. In a place where ethnic lines of language, culture, and politics were so clearly drawn; I had my feet on one side and my heart on the other. I realized later I was beginning to break down my own barriers of cultural identity and expectations as I never saw the differences between me and my Uyghur friends, I only saw how we were the same. I’ve kept in touch with these friends over the years and now some of them are in the camps. Their culture facing the risk of being erased.
I’m sharing this with you because I want the world to pay attention! I know this issue feels far away from most of us, but it is not as far as you think. If we don’t speak up for the dignity and lives of our fellow humans, we are actually saying that it is ok for the same to happen to us.
I repeat: All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights.
This year, #HumanRightsDay marks the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, a milestone document that proclaimed the inalienable rights which everyone is inherently entitled to as a human being. #humanbeing#humanity#humanrights
@Regran_ed from @sarah_mclean15 - Yesterday was the 70th anniversary of the signing of the United Nations genocide convention as well as the day of remembrance of victims and the prevention of genocide. Today is human rights day and the 70th anniversary of the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights. We must remember now more than ever the mile stones made 70 years ago and keep moving for for human rights for all and a world free of genocide.
#humanrightsday#genocidevictimsday#preventgenocide#StandUp4HumanRights#internationalhumanrightsday - #regrann
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West Papuans’ human rights violated on Human Rights Day
In recognition of Human Rights Day thousands of West Papuans marched in peaceful demonstrations organised across every area of the region.
On a day that was supposed to be about honoring the United Nation’s adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, West Papuans ironically had several of those rights violated by their Indonesian oppressors.
According to an initial report by the Komite Nasional Papua Barat (KNPB) 90 participants were arrested. In the Timka and Merauke regions police confiscated megaphones, pamphlets, and cellphones. Among those arrested were two children, both only one years old.
The KNPB also states that demonstrators were beaten, but specific details of beatings are unknown at this time.
Since the early 1960s, the people of West Papua were supposed to be protected by the United Nations.
As a territory on the list of non-self governing territories, West Papua was supposed to be held in “sacred trust.” According to their own charter, the U.N. had an obligation to bring the country in waiting to self government. They again had a duty to protect the people when West Papua became the first territory the U.N. ever took over administration of as part of a post-conflict resolution. They failed West Papua when they handed over administration to Indonesia within a few months.
The biggest dereliction of duty was in 1969 when the U.N. was supposed to protect West Papuans by supervising the ‘Act of Free Choice.’ The U.N. representative left the territory before the vote was scheduled to take place. The staged vote was carried out without universal adult Papuan suffrage with only 1,026 West Papuan men being allowed to "vote." Their "vote" was to read prepared scripts and raise their hands on camera under the threat of violence. The unanimous results in favor of Indonesian rule raised no challenges or inquiries
by the U.N, but was instead simply ‘noted’ and allowed to become the foundation on which Indonesia has based in sovereignty claim over West Papua ever since.
Read the full article here
Je rêve d’un monde d’égalité, de justice, de paix ✌🏻 et de dignité pour tout être humain sur cette planète. 🌎🌍🌏 #Repost @soulpancake with @get_repost
We’re human. That’s what unites us all. 📸: @cleowade #humanrightsday
A great couple of days listening to these inspiring women on human rights as we celebrate 70 years of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. .
(1-2) First we hear from Malala Yousafzai as she continues her fight for girl's education. She was in Sydney on Monday for a special evening talk. "Education is not just reading and writing, education is the future of girls. All these girls have dreams, they all want to become something in their lives, " said Malala at the Sydney event.
. (3-4) The day before Former President of Australian Human Rights Comission, Emeritus Professor Gillian Triggs, shared strong statements about the future of human rights in Australia. .
"The Universal Declaration of Human Rights remains vivid and as relevant today as it was in those post-war years. Let us look again at that declaration and reinvigorate our advocacy to give it legal effect in Australia, over 70 years after it was passed in the General Assembly," said Professor Triggs.
Link in bio for more.
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Happy #HumanRightsDay ! In celebration of the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, 30 landmarks around the world will shine blue tonight. Visit HRW.org/Blue to learn more. And if you happen to be in one of the cities, take a selfie as a building turns blue and tag us with #Blue4HumanRights ! Or just show your solidarity by taking a selfie wearing blue! We’ll be posting throughout the day, and sharing some of your photos! Thanks for standing with us and for human rights all year!
I can’t stand on my legs after not sleeping for 42 hours and getting woken up by the 5th fire alarm of the year, but I couldn’t be more proud of all of you!! ❤️ Thank you for everyone who joined us for the 24 hours #writeforrights challenge yesterday, we ended up writing 1,966 letters! Also a huge thank you for all the classes, teachers and students popping by to write “only” 1-2 letters. It did make a huge difference ✨🙈
Fare thee well, Dorothy Dawes. From Laos to Eigg, Vietnam to Paris, Cambodia to Cologne, we went everywhere together.
Our last meaningful ride was sticking it to the racists in Parliament Square, but now you're gone, due to me being an idiot and thieving bastards being thieving bastards.
Monday wasn't a good day: brave and brilliant human rights defenders being found guilty of helping fellow humans on #HumanRightsDay , more #brexitchaos , intransigence at #COP24 led by the US, and my beloved bike stolen. But, perhaps, as one chapter of life's story ends another begins. #newadventures
"I am not a child anymore, I am not a child since August 2008. When the world was celebrating the opening of the Summer Olympics 14 years old me and my 9-year-old brother were alone in the city where Russian bombs and rockets were falling from the sky.
The station from where we had to take the bus to our parents did not exist anymore. When we got there, we saw the destroyed buildings with the heavy smell of gunpowder. We could not understand what was happening but I remember the feeling, it was more like an instinct and I was telling myself: Gaga you are the older one and it is your duty to protect your brother." Gaga, Georgian
Dissonanze in Accordo
"We are very proud tonight to host this event here, where we promote made in Italy. It is not just design, technology, but also immaterial value as the capacity of building peace and promote dialogue and solidarity.
Rondine is an unique example of this extraordinary value." Francesco Genualdi, Consule General of Italy in New York, opened "Dissonanze in Accordo"
#HumanRightsDay Shines Unwelcome Spotlight On #Tajikistan
In #Berlin , a group of #Tajik opposition activists rallied outside that country's embassy and then outside the #Bundestag .
#IRPT leader Mihiddin Kabiri was there, leading more than 200 supporters of his own party and Group 24, as well as other opposition activists in calling on authorities to release party members who are currently imprisoned in #Tajikistan .
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📆 10 de Diciembre de 1948, París, la Asamblea General de las Naciones Unidas aprobaba el que sería el documento más traducido de la historia: la Declaración Universal de los Derechos Humanos.
Se estima que durante el último año al menos una persona al día ha muerto por alzar su voz y defender las libertades y derechos de la sociedad.
Por eso ayer, 10 de diciembre, hoy y los 363 días siguientes tenemos que seguir dando voz a esta lucha.
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"It shows how far we have to go, that on #HumanRightsDay so many people need to list groups of marginalized people, declare that they are human and deserve respect. LGBTQ. Refugee. Immigrant. Indigenous. Black. Muslim. One day we won't have to shout that we too are people." -@ilhanmn
We had a great time sharing our music at @jewseum yesterday!
Thanks so much to @SFBrandeis for a yummy mid-day musical nosh here at The CJM! “….’Tis the gift to be simple, ’tis the gift to be free, ’Tis the gift to come down, where we ought to be…” The kids sing simple truth on this day, the last day of #Hanukkah , as well as the 70th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
HUMAN RIGHTS DAY and WATER. In 2010, the UN officially acknowledged the human right to water & sanitation and recognized that clean water and sanitation are essential to the realization of all human rights. NYDG Foundation Executive Director Stephan Bognar recently flew to northern Canada to visit First Nations’ communities to better understand the lack of clean water and the impact on public health (skin infections). Visit www.nydgfoundation.org to learn more about our SKIN HEALTH H2O project.
Ayer 10 de diciembre celebramos el día internacional de los Derechos Humanos.🕊🕊 Estos son fundamentales para toda sociedad y comunidad. Cómo SCORP recordamos la importancia de este día. Pero que la lucha y defensa de ellos debe ser diaria y constante.💪🏻💪🏻 Conozcan sus derechos la importancia de ellos y como velar por ellos.👨🏻👨🏼🎤🧓🏾👳🏽♀👩🏽🔬👨🏿🔬🧕🏼🧑🏼👨🏻💼👩🏼🎨 #ASCEMCOL#HUMANRIGHTSDAY
#Repost of @unleashlab “In my country we have lived through an internal armed conflict for more than five decades. This has contributed to the further weakening of an already weakened education system, particularly in the rural areas. In general, schools and teachers are scarce in rural areas, which are also where most of the violence and conflict occurs. In 2013 founded @sinestesiaong to promote peacebuilding and human rightseducation. We’ve worked with former child soldiers and victims of Colombia’s armed conflict and I want to provide opportunities for them to have a better future” #UNLEASHstories
Diana Carolina Acuña Quintero has dedicated the past 10 years of her career to promoting human rights in Colombia with a keen focus on the right to education. She has founded the civil society organization, Sinestesia ONG, with a group of young friends and have spent over three years working with approximately 200 children and young people. It is an organization created by young people to work with young people. The organization has designed a special, experiential education and knowledge construction methodology based on youth’s previous experiences. #HumanRightsDay
Such an honor to be a part of the @unitednationshumanrights UN Trust Fund to end violence against women luncheon ❤️🙏🏼 I met some incredible people & I am so grateful to be affiliated with such a great organization. Thank you for having me. 🙌🏽 #humanrights#humanrightsday#womensrights#human
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