Rabia Siddique, International Humanitarian Lawyer, Professional Speaker & Author
On this 70th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights it is so important that the younger generation understand and value all of the rights that instill and maintain our humanity as species. This booklet (Pocket Guide) reminds us that today’s young are our tomorrow, and that the future, with their help, should be in safe hands.
We would like to congratulate the Museum of Freedom and Tolerance, the Community Arts Network, the Youth Leaders from the Edmund Rice Centre WA, and eVista on the success of such an important and meaningful event. Our team is proud to have collaborated on the design and production of this project, and to have played a hand in making this event possible. We can’t wait for what the future will hold.
Weren’t able to make it to the event? You’re in luck – simply, get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org for your own copy of the Pocket Guide or chatterbox. If you’d like to hear more about the other empowering, meaningful projects we’ve been working on head on over here.
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