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English Access Microsholarship Program
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December 10, 2013
International Human Rights Day was established by the United Nations on December 10, 1984 with the signing of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR). Human rights are for all people regardless of where they are from, what they believe, or what language they speak.
As a class, read and discuss the 30 Articles from The Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Next, guide students in a discussion about human rights. Focus on these questions:
- What are human rights and why are they important?
- What might be some different violations of human rights?
- How can governments and citizens support human rights?