Pakistan: Human Rights Education

In 2013 the Character Development Program programs became part of a school curriculum. Later, the provincial government granted permission to expand the programs to all schools within the three towns of Karachi.

Switzerland: Human Rights Education

Geneva is home to the United Nations Office of the High Commissioner of Human Rights and the Human Rights Council as well as other UN offices, almost 200 permanent missions and many non-governmental organizations.

ITALY: Expanding Human Rights Education

Italy is home to one of the oldest cities in the world, Rome. She’s famous for her historic landmarks such as the Coliseum and Leaning Tower of Pisa; leisurely gondola rides in Venice or taking the fast lane in one of the luxury cars such as the Ferrari, Lamborghini or Maserati.

11th Annual World Educational Tour to Visit Nine Countries to Promote Human Rights

The 11th World Educational Tour 2014 will circle the globe to countries including Dominica, Mexico, Mongolia, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, UK and the USA in honor of the United Nations International Day of Peace.

Black History Month Feature: Daisy Bates a First Lady for Desegregation

Daisy Bates was a human rights activist who dedicated herself body and soul to revolutionizing the rights and freedoms of African Americans everywhere. Known best for her part in the movement to end segregation in schools that culminated in the Little Rock Nine incident, Bates has come to be known as an innovative icon in the advance of civil rights.