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Human Rights
apply to:

the aged
children
development
differently abled
discrimination
education
environment
ethnicity
food
health
housing
indigenous peoples
livelihood & land
migrant workers
minorities
peace & disarmament
poverty
race
refugees
religion
sexual orientation
women
work & workers

It is hoped that this web site illustrates the universality, indivisibility, and interconnectedness of human rights. As visitors to this site move from page to page, they will see just how difficult it is to discuss one rights issue without evoking a series of related rights. They will also see quite clearly that rights are the birthright of all the world's peoples, regardless of their nationality, race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, abilities, class or profession.

Visitors can search this site based on their interests in what we call "communities in struggle" -- such as women, workers or refugees -- or "objects of struggle" -- such as education, health, peace or development.

We urge visitors to our pages to download, adapt and use the human rights framework and these materials in their efforts for economic and social justice. Put human rights to work!

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For more information, please contact PDHRE:
The People's Movement for Human Rights Education, 526 West 111th Street, New York, NY 10025
tel: 212.749-3156; fax: 212.666-6325; e-mail: pdhre@igc.org


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