"Would like tor reply to your notice and ur request but am not able to so as I do not have an e mail address to rply.. which makes real communication between members and with you very difficult. and breaks creativity.. .
--in any way to start…"
"We would like to share with you some materials that can be useful to our students , in our opinion, in your winter school on huamn rights.
Please send E mail to email@example.com
Do you think you can consider to dessiminating and discussing the following call ;
YOUTH AS HUMAN RIGHTS MENTORS, CLOSING THE GAP OF DIGNITY.
A site dedicated to Human Rights Learning for social and…"
"I believe that a presentation made at the CSW can be a good and creative part of the tool kit. also an article that apeared in Hufington Post..
--women have to create a new narrative for the future of humanity guided by the holistic and practical…"
"In the youth village what ever the activities are and to prepare the young people for a new narrative and and the possibility for a new future please share with them the "30 points of dignity" -- discuss the meaning of the word…"
"it id not quite a video but could indeed be meaningful to students at all levels thinking about meaningful equality guided by the holistic iand practical mission and vision of huamn rights as relevant to people's daily lives.
Please feel free to provide a short bio about yourself or the work of your organization (no more than 3 paragraphs)
Shula Koenig, recipient of the 2003 UN Human Rights Award. Founder of PDHRE. Facilitated directly and indirectly in more than 60 countries Learning and dialogue about HR as a way of life for social-economic transformation with a gender perspective, relevant to people's daily live, Had the UN declare a Decade for HR educations ; and initiated the “Human Rights Cities” program to strengthen the practical application of the holistic framework of human rights .
Please list the countries and/or regions in which you (or your organization) have direct and significant expertise
Our rongaization works extensivly in Latin America and West and Anglo Africa.
What is your current country of residence (or location of your organization)?
What is your current job (and organization) and/or where and what field are you studying?
New forms of human rights learning for social and economic transformation
Which are your primary sectoral areas of expertise (or the primary sectoral areas of your organization) ?
Democratization, Development, Gender, Civil Society
Which are your primary skills areas(or the primary skill areas of your organization)?
What are some of your current areas of research (if any)?
If appropriate feel free to list several of your (or your organization's) publications
Your work is amazing, and touches on many aspect of human rights, which in many parts of the world are neglected. As an African from a continent that has seen lots of attrocities and violation of human rights, I feel your work is a starting point of asking African leaders an to rethink their strategy of human rights advocacy. One of the stinging issues that come to my mind when I think of human rights is "domesticated slaves" within the confines of our homes in Africa. What am I talking about? The issue of domesticated slaves is an open secret of which even legislators in corridors of power on the African continent are involved and are guilty of. How can we work together to initiate a program of sensitizing citizens in African countries on the need to demand for better wages other than being given plate of corn meal and dry beans when they are forced to toil 24/7?
Dear shulamith, it is a pleasure to meet you on this wonderful peace network. I come from Sierra Leone where I am writing now with an interest in peace, human rights and non-violence. my organization uses creativity and technology as new tactics in raising human rights issues and tools of advocacy against the blatant human rights violation. i hope we will be able to develop new ideas and new vision. warm wishes, Andrew
I believe very strongly that without people knowing and owning human rights rights as a way of life and acknowledging the dignity of the other - the "enemy" --as as a full human being there will never be reconciliation or peace, ( I happen to be a former Israeli and I know it too well, as Israelis have never recognized the Palestinians as full human beings. ..)
Thus the initiative we took via The Government of Benin to cal for human rights learning worldwide to integrate such learning as an ongoing effort in every aspect of our lives. is the first step towards reconciliation and peace.
Please give me your E mail address and I will send you the resolution and other materialism to see if in our research you can look at ways an means to achieve this call.
Thank you, Shula Koenig ; firstname.lastname@example.org
Human rights provdes a vlue sysme polticla dn mral .. the right to be hjamn with eqaulity
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