Human Rights Day is everyday isn’t it?

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Day is celebrated on the 10th December every year.






"Upholding human-rights is in the interest of all. Respect for HR advances well-being for every individual, stability for every society, and harmony for our interconnected world" -- United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon 



Portrait of HRH Prince Zeid

"It’s time for each of us to step up for HR. There is no action that is too small: wherever you are, you can make a difference. Together, let’s take a stand for more humanity" -- UN High Commissioner for HR Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein




Jane, the Human Rights Activist in Japan has been defending the rights of victims of sexual crimes for nearly 2 decades. She has demonstrated the power of one person and has not hesitated to speak out against any government or person who do not protect people.

Jane says that we, the people, must learn to take a stand for our rights. We must reach out and help defend those who need support.

There are so many victims: Women, men, children and LGBTQIA, minority groups, persons with disabilities, people with disabilities, the aged and infirmed or anyone else at risk of discrimination, or sexual abuse, or violence of any kind.

Jane’s Team of researchers and fellow activists search for solutions and found that the situation is worse than the people are led to believe. This is because so many people never
complain and remain silent (some for the whole life). Some victims are killed and are classified as “suicides”, or “accidental” and domestic violence is ignored by many as they don’t want to interfere.


Basically we Humans have rights but such rights are  permanently linked with our acceptance of Human's Responsibilities.

Let’s not wait until 10 December to take action.

UPDATE July 25, 2017

Soon after writing this post, on May 1, 2017, Jane launched the DOT programme. This innovative modern approach together with Team Jane's 21st Century Family Survival Guide is making a big worldwide impact on how to approach HR.

Defender and Protector (DOT) Program 21st Century Family Survival Guide MAIN INDEX INSTRODUCTION RANDOM ACTS OF KINDNESS ARE HELPING

CHALLENGE: Regardless of how little help someone everyday!

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