Human rights are moral principles that set out certain standards of human behaviour and are regularly protected as legal rights in national and international law. Therefore, it is of great importance that individuals, businesses and organizations know which rights apply.
The concept of human rights may vary from place to place and over time, but it covers a range of rights that we believe are fundamental to humans. Human rights and social justice are having a shared goal: human dignity, equally for all.
This has been articulated in the UN Declaration of Human Rights and the European Convention on Human Rights. The human rights we know today were defined and recorded after World War II to protect individuals from the atrocities that took place during the war.
Keynotes on human rights can focus either on the historical aspects, or it can be used as discussions about rights and social justice – and where society is headed. Keynotes are suitable for education associations, but other groups can also benefit from a keynote on human rights.
Our human rights speakers are journalists, activists, lawyers and entrepreneurs. They are all committed to changing the world and share their great knowledge and experience within human rights. The speakers may address topics such as gender equality, equal rights and diversity.
Regardless of gender, ethnicity and nationality we all have basic human rights and freedoms. However, our rights are not always respected in all cultures. Our human rights speakers will teach you more about human rights and how to make positive changes in the world. They present inspirational keynotes that revolve around their own mission to secure equal rights and social justice.
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