International Human Rights Summit 2015 - Call for Youth Delegates from All Over the World

The 12th annual Youth for Human Rights International Human Rights Summit 2015 to be held in New York from August 27th to the 29th with Conferences at the United Nations Headquarters, brings youth from around the world together to make Human Rights a global reality.

Bringing Reform to Colombian Army and Restoring “Faith in the Cause”

For more than 50 years, Colombia has been torn by internal armed conflict, with the National Army and paramilitary groups waging a counterinsurgency war against left-wing guerrillas. During the bloody conflict, serious human rights violations have been perpetrated.

World Program for Human Rights Education

On December 10, 2004, at the close of the United Nations Decade for Human Rights Education, the UN General Assembly announced the three-phase World Program for Human Rights Education to advance implementation of human rights education programs in all sectors of society.

When Compassion Leads to Advocacy

At the other end of the spectrum from egregious human rights violations by security forces in Colombia, the Bringing Human Rights to Life curriculum of United for Human Rights is taught by classroom teachers worldwide.

12th Annual World Educational Tour to Visit Eleven Countries to Promote Human Rights Education

The 12th World Educational Tour 2015 will circle the globe to countries including Albania, Belgium, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Macedonia, Mexico, Nepal, St. Kitts & Nevis, Taiwan, UK and the USA.

Nepal: Expanding Human Rights Education

It was in the capital city, Katmandu, that the 2004 Youth for Human Rights World Educational Tour launched a grassroots movement that has been infusing human rights education through the entire country ever since.

11th Annual International Human Rights Summit 2014

Youth for Human Rights International hosted the 11th annual International Human Rights Summit at the International Auditorium from September 5th to September 7th, 2014 in Brussels. Youth Delegates from 30 countries joined UN officials, human rights representatives, human rights NGOs, religious leaders and civil society at this Annual International Summit.