Human Rights Day

Human Rights Day

Human Rights Day is observed on the 10th December each year. It falls on the same day that the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights back in 1948. 

This declaration was a huge milestone in proclaiming the inalienable rights which everyone is entitled to as a human being, regardless of their race, colour, religion, sex, language, identity, or any other opinion or feeling.

Did you know? Currently available in 500 languages, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights is the most translated document in the world! 

Recover Better - Stand Up for Human Rights

Human Rights Equality

This year, Human Rights Day directly relates to the impact of COVID-19 and focuses on the requirement to rebuild back to a better and more understanding world whilst ensuring Human Rights are the centralized focus in the recovery efforts.

In order to reach our common global goals, we have to create equal opportunities for everyone by first highlighting failures exposed and exploited by Coronavirus. We must apply human rights standards to begin challenging the entrenched, systematic and inter-generational inequalities alongside exclusion and discrimination.  

Human Rights Day is a core opportunity to focus on the importance of human rights throughout the world and expose the areas where human rights are being infringed upon. After everything that's happened this year, the need for global solidarity and shared humanity is as important as ever!

Human Rights Day 2020 Quiz

Human Rights Quiz

Kahoot have a created a challenging quiz with 15 questions set to test your understanding on human rights and the impact of COVID-19.

Even if you feel you full understand human rights throughout the world we strongly recommend you challenge yourself as you may find out something you didn't know and gain a greater understanding of global human rights.

Take the quiz


Help Joshua Lloyd Stand Up for Human Rights

Human Rights Together

Joshua Lloyd is aiming to engage the general public, our community, partners and families to take trans-formative action and showcase practical and inspirational examples in a bid to contribute to recovering better and more resilient societies. 

As always, we will be sharing information across our social platforms, digital marketing and within our community to further expand and highlight the growing requirement of the adoption of human rights. 

Feel free to share any of our social content around Human Rights Day and help raise awareness to human rights and the problems faced globally! #lloydlabel

But for now, as always: Stay safe and speak to you again very soon! 

Joshua Lloyd

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