How Can I Work for Human Rights?

December 10 marks the 60th anniversary of the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Conventions implementing the Declaration have been written, ratified, and entered into force, yet human rights violations remain still widespread.
How can the average person make a difference in the human rights movement?

The U.S. Department of State will host a Web chat on December 11 at 9 A.M. EST with Professor Bert Lockwood, a leading human rights scholar and lawyer.
To take part, go to the Web chat’s home page. . No registration is needed. Simply choose "Enter as a Guest," type in your preferred screen name and join the discussion.
The transcript of this web chat will be available on Ask America's Web chat page where information about upcoming web chats is also available.
Bert Lockwood is a distinguished professor of law at the University of Cincinnati and director of the university's Urban Morgan Institute for Human Rights.

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