Bloggers UNITE for Human Rights


While the words might change from country to country and are sometimes taken for granted, human rights represent one of the universally agreed upon ideas — that all people are born with basic rights and freedoms that include life, liberty, and justice. This year marks the 60th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights adopted by the United Nations.

Bloggers Unite For Human Rights challenges bloggers everywhere to help elevate human rights by drawing attention to the challenges and successes of human rights issues on May 15. What those topics may include — the wrongful imprisonment of journalists covering assemblies, governments that ignore the plight of citizens, and censorship of the Internet. What is important is that on one day, thousands of bloggers unite and share their unified support of human rights everywhere. 
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Estas palabras podran cambiar de pais en pais y a veces son dadas por hecho, sin embargo “los derechos humanos” representan una de las ideas en las que todas las naciones han estado de acuerdo — que todos la humanos nacimos con los mismos derechos y libertades, entre los que incluyen el derechos a la vida, libertad y justicia. Este año sera el 60 aniversario de la Declaracion Universal de los Derechos Humanos.

Bloggers Unite For Human Rights reta a los escritores de blogs a a yudar a elevar los derechos humanos al atraer la atencion hacia los sucesos que se presentan hasta el dia 15 de mayo. Lo importante es que al menos por un dia los bloggers nos unamos y compartamos el apoyo para los derechos humanos. Asi que UNAMONOS, añade un mini poster a tu blog, corramos la voz!!!

 

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