Addressing Uganda’s Dropout Crisis with Human Rights Education

Youth for Human Rights Uganda picks up steam by empowering the next generation.

Youth advocates, government officials and experts come together to promote human rights education as the way to create a world of tolerance and peace.
Teacher Raimundo Sousa starts at his home school, but intends to uplift the entire country with human rights.
Charged with preparing students to be citizens of a diverse democracy, social studies teachers rely on United for Human Rights.
In Mumbai, students transform into proud advocates after learning their basic rights.
The 12th annual International Human Rights Summit began with a flourish of flags and 43 young people representing 33 nations in a procession signaling the start of the three-day Summit at United Nations Headquarters in New York.
The legacy of martial law and suppressed freedom of speech and other basic rights under Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos still lives today in the island nation.
Eighty five percent of Youth for Human Rights and Bringing Human Rights to Life Education Packages are ordered by school and university educators.
A law student at the University of Chittagong in southeastern Bangladesh looked for the answer to how to rally the people of his country to demand a change.
The Human Rights Attorney General Office signed a Memorandum of Understanding with United for Human Rights to expand the program’s implementation within every branch of the military and throughout all of Guatemala.
Italian alpine climber Daniele Nardi is one of an elite group who have made it to the summit of five of the 14 highest mountains on Earth, the “eight-thousanders” as they are known because they rise above 8,000 meters (26,200 feet). His mountaineering conquests include reaching the summit of the two tallest peaks: Mount Everest and the notoriously dangerous K2.