Celebration of the 60th Anniversary for Human Rights

YHRI-Sweden celebrates 60 years of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948-2008).

“The hope of a secure and livable world lies with disciplined nonconformists who are dedicated to justice, peace and brotherhood.”– Martin Luther King Jr.
“Make human rights a global reality and not just an idealistic dream.” – L. Ron Hubbard


The Sweden branch of Youth for Human Rights International (YHRI-S) presents an opportunity to celebrate the 60th anniversary for human rights.

The Declaration belongs to each and everyone of us – read it, teach it, promote it and claim it as your own.

The anniversary gala will include speeches from the youth, ambassadors, government officials and renown human rights activists from different parts of the world. The audience will as well be entertained by an interlude of a concert of hip hop, classical, pop and exotic music, dance from Africa, Asia, America and Europe.


Andrea Gerak
Gabriela Gonzáles-Toledo
Ineta & Milda Zigure
Mimmi Siegel
Students of Östermalm Private Music School
Nsako Afrodans

Where: Årsta Folketshus
Årsta Torg, Årsta centrum (Stockholm, Sweden)
When: 2008. 10/December 18:00
Doors open at 17:30
Entry: 100.-SEK/50.-SEK for young people under 15 (incl. refreshments)

Contact: Charlotte Scholz Tel: +46-8-912635, +46-765261444 charlotte_scholz{at}yahoo{dot}se

Media partners:
Cityguide.se, Eventful, Facebook, MySpace, Last.fm, Stockholmtown.com, Nordic Africa News, Music Industry News, Starpages

Sponsors: FINT &FÄRDIGT BYGG STOCKHOLM AB, Bättre Hälsa, Martin Ekwall Fotografi, Roseb AB, Performia AB, Comline Rekrytering

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