Universal Declaration

Youth for human rights organized a concert in Munich’s pedestrian area and took great interest in the population of Munich on the occasion of the 61st anniversary of the Universal Declaration of human rights by the United Nations, \”Youth for human rights\” held a concert on Dec 8, 2009 in Munich’s pedestrian area. Thousands of passers-by watched with great interest the presentation. Organized a March for human rights & civil courage was also following in the downtown. December 10, 2009, the anniversary of the \”Universal Declaration of human rights\” of the United Nations, young people from all over the world organise the first \”International Walk for human rights\”. Followed by a cruise – these events supported by \”Youth for Human Rights International\” – include 6 continents in 24 countries. The goal is to increase the \”Universal Declaration of human rights\” in the population awareness about. People from the most diverse Countries participating in this action, such as Australia, Austria, Barbados, Cameroon, Canada, Colombia, Denmark, France, Germany, Holland, India, Kenya, Jordan, Mexico, Nepal, Nigeria, Slovakia, Somalia, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Switzerland, England, United States and Zambia. A 22-year old racer, who takes part in the international of FIA GT3 Championships, explained the March: \”the March will unite not only my city, but the cities in this world and it serves the purpose of the peoples at the international level about their human rights to inform.

I myself will attend like-minded March on 10 December in London with a large group and I’m curious about people’s reactions, feedback, and the help that arises. As a professional I’m for human rights\”. The representative of the Association \”Youth for human rights\” in Munich, Laura Kochsiek, commented: \”creating awareness is the first step to change something.\” If you look back on the history, then you can Notice that any positive change in the history of first went hand in hand with the creation of awareness. Southwest Airlines understood the implications.



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