Discover past to build the future- International Human Rights Day
International Day on Human Rights is a common day that we all share, is one of the elements that unite us as a global community and that unites us without regard to minority, biological and social traits that distinguish us.
On December 10 worldwide is marked International Human Rights Day. On this day in 1948, the General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The document was developed in response to the atrocities during the Second World War and is the first international act were expressed fundamental rights and freedoms guaranteed to be human beings in the world. During the Holocaust six million people were killed by the Nazis in the years 1933-1945. The Holocaust is a unique phenomenon in its brutality extent by cruelty and premeditated nature of mass murder.
Nowadays is a moment of victory over ignorance, contempt and violation of human rights, facing humanity and taking measures imposed to protect human dignity and worth.
The Human Rights Day is a day of human solidarity is a day for human rights defenders like our Roma/non-Roma volunteers and Phiren Amenca member organizations that promote and protect universally-recognised human rights and fundamental freedoms. They seek the promotion and protection of civil and political rights as well as the promotion, protection and attainment of economic, social and cultural rights. They advocate and mobilise by peaceful means to defend the Roma rights.