Human Rights Day commemorates the day the General Assembly of the UN adopted and proclaimed the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The UDHR is one of UN’s major achievements as well as the first enunciation of human rights across the world.
Adopted on 10th December 1948, the Declaration stipulates universal values and a shared standard of achievement for everyone in every country. While the Declaration is not a binding document, it inspired over 60 human rights instruments that today make a common standard of human rights. It is the most translated document around the globe – available in over 500 languages.
This is our school and we believe everyone is unique and individual. It can be hard sometimes to be yourself or feel you do not have a voice but this is not the case. We are all special in our own way and we all are here to make a difference in the world. We can make change, we can work hard, we can change the world, we just have to believe its our world, its our rights.